It is that time of the year when the country is immersed with the joy of various festivals. The nine days of Navratri is more than just fasting and so
It is that time of the year when the country is immersed with the joy of various festivals. The nine days of Navratri is more than just fasting and solemn prayers.
Marking the start of the festive season, people are all ready to celebrate it with full fanfare. One of the biggest festivals in India, people across the country gripped in Navratri fever.
With all fashion stores going on sale and sweet shops having a huge crowd, you can sense the festivity around you. With colorful rangolis, new dresses to wear, its also about dancing to the beats of dhol and folk songs. The young among the crowd practice and adopt new dance styles to be the center of attraction. Many communities even organize dance competitions during Navratri. If you are looking for some inspirational and funny choreography make sure you check out the Chaplin and Mr. Bean-style Garba this season.
The social media is also witnessing the excitement, as the festival commenced on 21st September this year. The netizens are all excited about the grand festival celebrated to worship Goddess Durga in her nine avatars.
Twitter is flooding with greetings and devotional messages for the festival, but there are a bunch of people who are tickling funny bone with hilarious memes and gifs.
Take a look at the funniest tweets doing the rounds of internet:
Waiter writing down my order for chicken before Navratri starts pic.twitter.com/ZAdY6FR1vx
— Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) September 20, 2017
Pic1 – Gujrati girls on normal days
Pic2 – Gujrati girls during navratri. pic.twitter.com/f6Bq7slFGq
— Mask (@Mr_LoLwa) September 21, 2017
Gujratis during navratri!! pic.twitter.com/yZ4yMszQys
— Mask (@Mr_LoLwa) September 20, 2017
Mata Ji booking flight tickets to India for Navratri Celebration. pic.twitter.com/2TV73l3lWR
— Deputy (@JhoothaChal) September 20, 2017
COMPAREDADA wishes you a very happy and prosperous Navratri.