Diwali is over, and most of us are missing all the fun, laughter and food we enjoyed. It’s time to get back to our daily grind, even if many of us might feel like going back. Actor turned Yoga Expert Anu Aggarwal shares the similar emotion. She talks about how tough it is to go back to her usual routine once Diwali ends and how she gets over the festival hangover. “Yes, I feel the same during Christmas and New Year celebrations each year. Diwali festival is really positive and awe-inspiring as it is the defeat of evil and victory of the positive power; something we all aspire for in our individual lives,” she says.
Anu, therefore, does not see Diwali coming to an end. “I see it as a start to festivities and celebrations for Christmas. My routine remains undaunted. I still wake up before sunrise, practice mind-balancing-rejuvenating practices like yoga, meditation, Anufun each day, so that part of my routine pretty much remains the same,” she adds.
When it comes to hangovers, she is quick to clarify that it all depends on what once means by the work. “My family doesn’t really consume alcohol as a part of this so I don’t have that kind of a hangover (she jokes). For me the end of this festivity is amazingly fresh as I have cleared the clutter in my house. And the vibes are magical at this time of the year,” she ends with a smile.