Which festival do you like to celebrate the most?
June 6, 2007 10:08pm CST
The most awaited and celebrated festival for me is DIWALI. I love that festival very much becuase that brings me new dresses, lots of fun with friends and family, brings the people closer as we go to meet them and distribute sweets. The I use crackers and have lots of sweets and all. I go out with friends. Its around 4 days festival that is fully celebrated. I love this festival very much. What about you? Which festival do you like?
7 Jun 07
My favourite fesitval is spring festival of china.It is because in this period,our family memebers could gather together.Each year,our family members are separeted in three places,so we all look forward to the spring festival to gather together.Usually,it will last half a month,and we treasure this time very much.
11 Jul 07
Dear rakhii Just like you I love the festival Diwali .. I really like the lights, decoration though I don't like sweets .. I will not lie about this .. I simply avoid sweets but will eat dry fruits without any second thought .. lol .. I really love to do prayer that day .. because it's a very different kind of prayer.. I love to look at other people's house that day .. the lights decoration done by them makes me feel nice .. and it looks so nice .. I love to meet my friends, relatives on that day and so the enjoyment begins ....
11 Jul 07
I like to celebrate eid bcoz its my fav.festival.we wear new clothes and eat tasty items too,great day to enjoy. we also meet our friends and relatives on that day. Its special for me bcoz it comes after ramazan in which we have to fast for one whole month and then break our months fast on eid.
20 Dec 08
hi friend, its a very nice question you are ask over here. i have seen this type of question first time on mylot.friend, basically i have like all the festival over the world.as a Indian i like all different Indian festival.basically i like diwali,holi,rakhsha bandan. and as a global festive like christmas i like it also. i am also celebrating the new year as a festival too. happy mylotting