Diwali 2023: Desi Internet Welcomes Festival Season With 'Diwali Ki Safaai' Memes And Jokes

Diwali 2023: Desi Internet Welcomes Festival Season With 'Diwali Ki Safaai' Memes And Jokes

Picture yourself waking up to the vibrant sound of bustling activity resonating through an Indian home. For many young desis, this daily chorus can sometimes feel a tad overwhelming. Yet, the true whirlwind of excitement and energy comes alive as the auspicious festival of Diwali draws near.

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What’s The Fuss About?

Internet Starts Diwali Celebrations With Memes

Indian households transform into a whirlwind of energy and enthusiasm as every family member rolls up their socks to spruce up every nook and cranny. Walls receive a careful brush, floors gleam with a fresh makeover and furniture sparkles. Every room and closet is meticulously reorganised, ensuring that no corner is left untouched for the grand Diwali celebration.

While the Festival of Lights undeniably holds a special place in the hearts of Indians, the tradition of ‘Diwali Ki Safai’ (Diwali cleaning) stands as an equally significant ritual, symbolising the annual preparation for the grand festivities.

Amidst these bustling moments of housework, people often take refuge with relatable memes shared across social media platforms. 

Where Did It All Start?

Internet Starts Diwali Celebrations With Memes

The memes can primarily be found on X, or Twitter. While many others also use social media platforms like Instagram and Reddit to spread the joy.

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When Is Diwali This Year?

Internet Starts Diwali Celebrations With Memes

In 2023, the festival of lights in India will be celebrated on Sunday, November 12.

Why Do People Clean Their Homes Before Diwali?

Internet Starts Diwali Celebrations With Memes

The essence of cleaning and decorating one’s living space during Diwali lies in the profound gesture of spreading light, positivity, and joy. A clean, embellished, and radiant home inherently becomes a magnet for positive energy. Not only does it uplift the spirits of those who reside within, but it also extends a warm welcome to anyone who steps through its doors.

A meticulously maintained home has the remarkable power to create an atmosphere brimming with positivity. It all begins at the entrance, where the gentle glow of lights welcomes guests, setting the tone for the celebration. Some individuals choose to add a personal touch by adorning the footsteps with the image of Goddess Lakshmi, decorating the space with a spiritual aura.

How Is The Internet Getting Ready For Diwali?

People on the internet were quick to greet the festive season with a burst of laughter as memes went viral on social media. 

‘Diwali ki safaai’ startsspiders: pic.twitter.com/hGTWUHGSJv

— Kartik🔥 (@KaiseAanaHuaaa) October 16, 2022

Me after doing only 1 task during diwali ki safaai pic.twitter.com/dmy0i1sq1i

— AnuragKetchup (@anuragkechup) March 30, 2023

Dad: Diwali aarahi hai ghar ki saaf safaai karni hai tujhe pic.twitter.com/kVb4x8dxyi

— Befikra ❣ (@Beparwaazz) October 25, 2021

Things you get to find in Diwali ki Safaai.😀 pic.twitter.com/XSHolZFJyn

— Kapil (@kapsology) October 31, 2021

When dad sees a cockroach while doing diwali ki safaai: pic.twitter.com/Ko0Mspnx5j

— Tanmay Sinha (@srcasticwriter) October 20, 2022

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When you wanna relax but every corner of the house reminds you of “Diwali ki safaai” pic.twitter.com/Jx0vNkxiMl

— Aarohi Tripathy 🇮🇳 (@aarohi_vns) October 1, 2022

Social media par diwali saaf safaai ke post daalne waali ladki ko jab mummy kuch kaam bataye…… pic.twitter.com/8mpa3AH8r4

— chintubaba (@chintamani0d) October 21, 2022

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