write everybody's name on a seperate chit of paper. fold and place in a container.Ask everyone to pick one chit and keep it to themselves(without disclosing it). Do this a few days before the celebration. If someone recieves the chit with one's own name, ask the person to replace.Ask everyone to bring a small gift for their secret friend (name on the chit)(keep a nominal price, say 50- 100 Rs/ or arrange token gift on behalf of the company itself) .

Tell everyone, that on the day of celebration, they have to discribe all the good qualities of the secret friend (not telling the name or personal details as-designation, department....),and others have to identify , who he/she is talking about.Once everyone has identified and the person has been described, hand over the gift.

When somebody describes the good points, it gives a moral boost, as well as happiness to the person. Also when others put on their guesses based on the good qualities, everyone tries to find those qualities in themselves. also some qualities which are known to others and unknown to ourselves are revealed.

I think it will be a fun as well as team strengthening activity.

hope u like it.



From India, Pune
Hi Priyanka,
You could organize a traditional fashion show.
ask contribution from collegues and donate dresses and sweets to the under privileged so that even they have Diwali in its true sense.
Share the Joys.
my best wishes to you and your endeavor.

From India, Pune
Diwali is afestival of joy and fun. Suggest visit a senior citizen/oldage home entertain them with your songs quiz,antakshari and distribute sweets and make them to participate with you. Then enjoy the joy in their face.nishadht
From India, Bangalore
Hi Priyanka,
Happy dipawali in advance....
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From India, Surat
Hi All,
Thank you very much for the appreciation and new suggestions....
I completed the activity of tree plantation with my volunteers (shadow Awareness Trust) of 40 on 24th around 150 plants in the hill named as Nattham, 13 Kms away from Vellore.
It was a great experience for all of us.
Wish you all a very happy diwali.
Aswini V

From India, Madras
hi, I have this virtual diwali ppt... send it to ur employees let them enjoy... thanks for n number of ideas, they r good n interesting. Regards Neha
From India, Chandigarh

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I think your idea is very good. It spreads the message of positive thinking, getting rid of negative feelings about others and team building automatically.
This way all will go home happy.
Other ideas were also very good, but they were all the same.
No hard feelings to others just speaking my mind folks.
Aj Singh

From India, Gurgaon
Hello Team ,
This is to inform you that , i need to plan something in office for employee engagement on the occasion of Diwali to celebrate in a better way so that employees can have fun.
Anyone please suggest me some interesting ideas.
Thanks & Regards,
Shivani Aggarwal

From India, Noida

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