#DiwaliWithFamily

#Diwali­With­Fam­i­ly

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Diwali is one of the pre­cious time when we make sure that fam­i­ly be togeth­er and enjoy every moment of it.…
And where fam­i­ly is involved hap­pi­ness is always there .…so your this fam­i­ly can nev­er for­get you and from food­ie fam­i­ly I am hap­py to announce my first give­away in col­lab­o­ra­tion with CREATIVE CREATION

Please read care­ful­ly and start enter­ing your entries 


CONTEST ONLY FOR MUMBAI AND THANE RESIDENTS

Manda­to­ry Rules #Diwali­With­Fam­i­ly
1. Fol­low our blog http://forfoodiefamily.wordpress.com
2. Fol­low us on FBwww.facebook.com/forfoodiefamily
3. Fol­low on Twit­ter - @ruchis28
4. Fol­low our spon­sor on FBhttps://www.facebook.com/creativecorner59 and Twit­ter @creativec59
5. Com­ment below DONE with your FB pro­file link and Twit­ter han­dler you fol­lowed us.
6. Answer sim­ple Ques­tion ” How you plan safe­ty for your fam­i­ly this Diwali ?” (Hint: check blog post http://wp.me/p51VX6-ao )
7. One lucky win­ner will be receive GIFT from our spon­sor part­ner CREATIVE CORNER.
8. Win­ner will be pure­ly decid­ed on basis on WHO FOLLOWS ALL RULES + CREATIVE ANSWER TO GIVEAWAY POST ON BLOG & ACTIVE PARTICIPATION
9. Last date for sub­mit­ting answer: 11th Nov 2015
10 . Win­ner announce­ment: 16th Nov 2015 

Tips to be a win­ner: Max­i­mum active par­tic­i­pa­tion + Max­i­mum invit­ing friends + Max­i­mum involve­ment on blog ?

The more you active ‚more chances to be a win­ner !!

Get set gooooooooo!!!!! Hap­py & Safe Diwali 

And the win­ner on basis of answer and active par­tic­i­pa­tion is.… 

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CONGRATULATIONS

Con­nect us via Face­book to claim your prize spon­sored by Cre­ative cor­ner with­in 24 hrs …

8 thoughts on “#DiwaliWithFamily

  1. Twit­ter : @patilpreksha977
    I will plan safe­ty for my fam­i­ly on this Diwali by
    Not atall burst­ing crack­ers as it real­ly caus­es noise pol­lu­tion.
    If atall any­one is bursting,I ll make sure dat there is a gau­r­dian with small ones inorder for safe­ty so that they dont get hurt.
    To throw all the used crack­ers in d dump­bin as small ones may tend to eat it or due to dose ash­es or dust,it can affect eyes…
    Thank you

  2. kanchan advani says:

    hi
    thnxxxx for bring­ing this con­test 🙂
    fol­lowed all steps 🙂
    fb link : https://www.facebook.com/kanchan.advani.5/posts/907232712663223?pnref=story
    twit­ter link : https://twitter.com/advanikanchan/status/662676988759556096
    my safe­ty tips for fam­i­ly this Diwali :
    One adult should always accom­pa­ny the kids when they burst crack­ers .
    . Make sure that kids are wear­ing full sleeves cot­ton clothes and closed shoes so that they don’t burn their feet acci­den­tal­ly.
    Wish you a Hap­py & Safe Diwali 🙂

    • Hey !! Thanks kan­chan for par­tic­i­pat­ing… ? All d best …
      Till then keep spread­ing words and invit­ing friends !!! It’s always fun to play eith friends!!! 

      Hap­py & Safe Diwali ????

  3. hi
    thnxxx for bring­ing this con­test 🙂
    fol­lowed all steps :
    fb link : https://www.facebook.com/kanchan.advani.5/posts/907232712663223?pnref=story
    twit­ter link : https://twitter.com/advanikanchan/status/662676988759556096
    my safe­ty tips for fam­i­ly on this Diwali :
    one adult should accom­pa­ny with kids when they burst crack­ers .
    make sure kids are wear­ing full sleeves clothes and closed shoes so that they don’t burn them­selves acci­den­tal­ly.
    Have a Hap­py & Safe Diwali 🙂

  4. Surbhi Agrawal says:

    Thank you so much for the con­test

    Fol­lowed the steps :
    Fb Link: https://www.facebook.com/surbhi.g.agrawal
    Twit­ter: https://twitter.com/SurbhiA1

    Safe­ty for my fam­i­ly this Diwali:

    Diwali for us is a fam­i­ly affair with more of enjoy­ment, puja fes­tiv­i­ties , food fun n excite­ment. The entire fam­i­ly gets togeth­er and the fun begins.

    In my fam­i­ly we do not burst many fire­works as it increas­es the air and noise pol­lu­tion to a great extent. We only burst some inhouse crack­ers like Chakris, Anar and Sparklers(fuljhadi) and kids fire the crack­ers in super­vi­sion of elders.

    Kids are rather pro­vid­ed with ran­goli col­ors so that they can enjoy them­selves and have fun.

    Also water and first aid is kept handy incase any mishap occurs

    Home is dec­o­rat­ed with more of diyas and flow­ers and col­or­ful lights. Diyas are lit all through the house and great care is tak­en to keep chil­dren at bay from them. 

    Sweets are also home made espe­cial­ly dur­ing such fes­ti­vals to avoid con­sump­tion of adul­ter­at­ed sweets caus­ing health haz­ards lat­er on.

    Keep­ing in mind all of the above points we cel­e­brate this fes­ti­vals of lights

    With this we wish you and your fam­i­ly a very hap­py and safe Deep­awali and a pros­per­ous new year ahead. 🙂

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