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Support Local Artisans and buy earthen lamps #PottersKiDiwali
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Say no to imported lights and buy diyas from people who wait for this festival all year.
Please dont bargain with them.

Try giving diyas as gifts.

#GoLocal

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Thanks For Sharing This…:)

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sid007 wrote:

Thanks For Sharing This…:)

Please do share it with others as well smile

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Wontdisplaymyname wrote:

Please do share it with others as well smile

Yes Of Course. Neki Or Puchh Puchh. smile stuck_out_tongue grinning

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Good plus1
I buy local hand made diyas, not the machine pressesd designer ones.

For rice lightnings no option from refraining from china ones.

Appeal to all use local hand made plain diyas.
Happy Deepawali

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I and my family always do that.

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Good, will do the same

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Common-man wrote:

Good
I buy local hand made diyas, not the machine pressesd designer ones.

For rice lightnings no option from refraining from china ones.

Appeal to all use local hand made plain diyas.
Happy Deepawali

You can skip the imported rice lights.

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We do both, lights & diyas.

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Common-man wrote:

Good
I buy local hand made diyas, not the machine pressesd designer ones.

For rice lightnings no option from refraining from china ones.

Appeal to all use local hand made plain diyas.
Happy Deepawali

No, there’re Indian rice lightning also available. More during, price might be higher compared to Chinese ones. But it lasts for 3-4 times more than Chinese.

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iamybs wrote:

No, there’re Indian rice lightning also available. More during, price might be higher compared to Chinese ones. But it lasts for 3-4 times more than Chinese.

All the years before china was discovered ,
for dumping cheap , environment hazardous , use and throw low quality products,
we used to use indian hand made lightings or got it made from our electrician, but now neither its possible for us to make nor are the electricians interested..

Shopkeepers also pass on Chinese products only,
if we insist , the product comes in new packaging but looks the same with inflated price .

But Your suggestion is undoubtedly good plus1 ,will try to go the golden way.

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Wontdisplaymyname wrote:

You can skip the imported rice lights.

Will try.

Have one from last year.
When it goes bad will definitely go for the olden way.
Thanks.

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Common-man wrote:

All the years before china was discovered ,
for dumping cheap , environment hazardous , use and throw low quality products,
we used to use indian hand made lightings or got it made from our electrician, but now neither its possible for us to make nor are the electricians interested..

Shopkeepers also pass on Chinese products only,
if we insist , the product comes in new packaging but looks the same with inflated price .

But Your suggestion is undoubtedly good plus1 ,will try to go the golden way.

We used buy Chinese one, which would last 2 year. But then we bought Indian & we’re using it from last 5 years, it’ll be 6th year this diwali. Still intact, wires very good & not even a single led is faulty. Find a good Indian one & you won’t have to bring new one on every other Diwali.

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Common-man wrote:

Diyas are important tradition. You can do as many electric lighting as you want but it’s not diwali until you light some diyas. I don’t think people can celebrate diwali without diya.

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iamybs wrote:

Diyas are important tradition. You can do as many electric lighting as you want but it’s not diwali until you light some diyas. I don’t think people can celebrate diwali without diya.

A lot of people say similar things for Teen Patti, Poker etc in relation to diwali

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cocay wrote:

A lot of people say similar things for Teen Patti, Poker etc in relation to diwali

Please don’t spoil the thread.

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cocay wrote:

A lot of people say similar things for Teen Patti, Poker etc in relation to diwali

That’s why South India calls it DeepavaLi.

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We never use LED lights. Only local, handmade, mud deepas for lighting during DeepavaLi.

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Common-man wrote:

Please don’t spoil the thread.

A splash of reality spoils the thread? ROFL laughing

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cocay wrote:

A lot of people say similar things for Teen Patti, Poker etc in relation to diwali

😆

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cocay wrote:

A lot of people say similar things for Teen Patti, Poker etc in relation to diwali

Everything here is subjective. Its not a compulsion.

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Wontdisplaymyname wrote:

Everything here is subjective. Its not a compulsion.

Right, you sound sensible unlike a lot of others here.
Btw, have you collected all Google Pay stamps? I was wondering if you could gift me a flower or Rangoli? Not to mention, I’ll return your gift grinning

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cocay wrote:

Right, you sound sensible unlike a lot of others here.
Btw, have you collected all Google Pay stamps? I was wondering if you could gift me a flower or Rangoli? Not to mention, I’ll return your gift grinning

I would if I had, but I dont.

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cocay wrote:

A splash of reality spoils the thread? ROFL laughing

People are free to think anything however those activities are illegal and can ruin people(s)/family(s) life. Some will say – no diwali (or dipawali) without alcohol or drugs. It’s their perspective and they can think whatever they want to.

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Wontdisplaymyname wrote:

I would if I had, but I dont.

That’s bad. No one’s gifting me anything this Diwali pensive

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cocay wrote:

That’s bad. No one’s gifting me anything this Diwali pensive

Gift yourself something this diwali smile

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Wontdisplaymyname wrote:

Gift yourself something this diwali smile

That’s what I thought but then Flipkart put a condition that I must have an SBI Card to gift myself… weary

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