Happy Diwali to everyone!

Diwali also called the festival of lights is one of the important festivals in India. This day is celebrated to mark the triumph of good over evil and light over darkness. It’s one of those unique Indian festivals that is widely celebrated cutting across all barriers. It is the vibrancy and electricity associated with the festival that is perhaps illuminating our hearts with joy. Customs and rituals associated with this festival such as lighting diyas, wearing new attire, sharing sweets & gifts with neighbors and bursting crackers add joy by a manifold. The custom of bursting crackers is symbolic of driving the evil forces away. Many families decorate their entrance of their homes with a colorful rangoli, a common practice during this festival.

These days when we hardly have time for ourselves, a festival like Diwali allows us to bond with our near and dear ones and allows us to reinvigorate ourselves in the process. We guess you must be all excited and pepped up. So are we!

On behalf of our team, we wish all our patrons and their families a very happy and Safe Diwali.  Diwali is such an awesome time to celebrate with loved ones. May you get to create a lot of special memories from the mirth and merriment of this amazing festival.  We hope this Diwali brings lots of luck to your lives and fulfill all your dreams and desires. Happy Diwali!

Special Tournament

To end the festival holidays on a high note, participate in our Mega Diwali Dhoom tourney on Oct 22 at 3:30 PM. You can refer our blog entry to know how to get the free tickets for this tourney. Prizepool in this tournament is Rs. 200000, so this is going to be huge. Alternatively, you can also buy tickets for this tournament for Rs. 500. Participate in this tourney and win some mammoth cash prizes. Keep rocking!

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