Diwali Games on Festivals are all about fun, and when it is Diwali, the fun gets doubled and tripled. In the old days, people used to celebrate Diwali at their homes. Nowadays, people love to celebrate this holy occasion with their relatives, friends too. For that, a lot of parties and functions are organized by rich people for celebrations. It is quite usual that celebrations are useless without games.
Here below are games which one can enjoy on this holy and joyfull event (Diwali) :-
Fancy Dress Competition
The kids dressed like Ram, Laxman or Sita can add stars into the beauty of the parties as that will provide immense pleasure to kids along with adding definition to the holy festival’s celebration.
Whether a school or a family is celebrating Diwali, Rangoli competition is an inevitable option as it can help us to know the hidden talents along with playing the role of decorating floors.
Lighting the candles with single matchstick
Lighting the candles with so many of matchsticks is quite effortless, but when it comes to light the candles with a single matchstick, then it would be fun counting the number of candles lightened by a participant.
Blowing the candles off
It would be quite fun challenging the kids for blowing off the candles as the competitive spirit in participants and motivation provided by spectators will embed stars into the beauty of celebrations.
Alphabetical arrangement of Diyas
To play this game, drawing the 26 alphabets on diyas is the first task to do by the organizer. After that, players will have to arrange those diyas in alphabetical order, and the person with low timing will get the triumph.
Even if there is not any celebration, still you can try playing these games to multiply the happiness and fun on the festival day. Diwali can become more interesting and joyful with the play of these games and activities as the kids’ voices make a house a home.
I hope this have helped you a lot in multiplying the joy. I wish you a very Happy Diwali and don’t forget to share Diwali Games with your friends, cousin, brother, sister, etc.