Meet The Heroes Who Stay Away From Their Home Just To Make Our Diwali ‘Brighter’

The Logical Indian

November 8th, 2015 / 12:55 PM

Most of us have been planning since months to have a happening Diwali with our family and friends. While we will be celebrating the festival of lights with our loved ones, there are these heroes who won’t even get a chance meet and greet their family this festive season. This Diwali, let us convey our purest wishes to these heroes with #ShudhKaamnayein.

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While we will be eating sweets and living the moments, the watchmen would be guarding our housing complexes and the ATMs, the firefighters would remain alert to avoid any fire mishaps, the doctors at emergency hours would help a kid heal who accidentally got harmed with a cracker, the police officers would ensure the safety of the people and city and there are many such heroes, who will just comfort their families with a false promise of being at home next Diwali.

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This Diwali, send your wishes to light up their day! All you need is a pack of sweets, couple of Diyas and a warm heart which can offer a big hug!

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We encourage you to celebrate the Diwali evening with such super heroes!  Upload your celebration pictures on your social profiles with the hashtag #ShudhKaamnayein. We will share your pictures on our Facebook page.

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This Diwali, let’s spread smiles across their faces!


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