Festivals – A reason to celebrate and frame
Award festival, Business Festival, Christmas, Dance Festival, Easter, Food Festival, Good Friday, Holi, Music Festival, movie festival, Diwali, Dhanteras, Eid, Ramzan, Thanksgiving and the names go on when we think of the word festival. Every day is a festival for those who want to celebrate. The celebration is the reason for festivals. The reasons to celebrate entitle to many opportunities and entertainment. Festivals are a multipurpose activity which:
- Allows people to unite, socialize and get together.
- Understand spiritual rituals, imbibe traditional values in a lifestyle
- Gets a break from the daily routine and do something different both in terms of activity and food
- Stimulates the brain through varied experiences during the celebrations
- Lets social activity to be performed in small groups which cannot be accomplished by a single person alone.
A festival has its own scientific significance. It is not just the spiritual reason behind every celebration. Happiness is spread through festivals where people meet, eat, drink and be merry. Traditionally festivals were celebrated to remind a particular event. That means, there was a reason to celebrate. Even now festivals have their own reasons. By modernity, many people do not know or understand the reason behind the celebration. Say for instance it is well known that Christmas is to celebrate the Birth of Jesus Christ whereas Diwali is to celebrate the end of evil. Not everyone knows it, so to know more go to talk talk number. Generations and their lifestyle give less opportunity and time to dig over the reasons. With the changing world, celebrations are unlimited and the causes are many. Festivals are a reason to enjoy, socialize and spend some peaceful time away from the routine activities. A fresh start rejuvenates the mind and body. Also, festivals become the reason to imbibe changes. Say, for instance, the New Year resolutions which are popular amongst people as a means to change for the better. A celebration that is meaningful is always filled with joy and love removing the negative energy.
A festival may last a day long or a week based on the religion and region. Such festivals are a memory. And memories are captured in cameras and printed to frame. Let us discuss a little bit about the most interesting part of the festivals – photo gallery. Happiness all around with colorful lights, makeovers, decorations and of course people dressed up all well. With so many good things it is a must for the best pictures to be framed. A gallery for every celebration is the basic need and yes we spend a lot to capture the best pictures. Diwali – the festival of lights and crackers can never go unnoticed from a camera. The Christmas bells and stars should reach the frame and clicks are everywhere in a film festival, for instance, the Cannes film festival. The celebrations and photos go hand in hand. It is the aftermath of a celebration. People meet for a celebration and meet again to relive the beautiful moments by seeing the pictures captured.