Hi All, Can anyone suggest to me some good ideas for Diwali celebrations in office, something different... not rangoli or lantern making and all... we have already done that earlier... something very creative and fun :) do post in ur comments & suggestions :)

From India, Mumbai
arrange some games,
enjoy with firecrackers,
give them (employee) sweet boxes, chocolates, etc
make a trip,
arranges some fun topic presentation,
arrange some computation- game, songs, debates, etc.
or if you interested in social work and all those things, so arrange blood donation camp,
help to child relief community,
also, you can fund to any social community who can work for poor people, orphanages, animal orphanages, CRY, etc.
With Regards,
Ravikumar Kulkarni
Apsora India Pvt. Ltd Pune.

From India, Mumbai
Hi, Priyanka,
this is suloke , i this diwali, Open a bank box FOR POOR CHILDREN, and your will see next year its create a big amount for help them ,
use your money for them they dont have support, enjoy your diwali for others not for you.thats the best way to clebration. becasue your are differnet from others.
what do you think? if i m wrong the sorry , and happy diwali

From India, Calcutta
Thankyou Suloke... i very well agree with your point :) ofcourse we hv our own corporate social responsibility towards the society...and v do contribute :) bt as an organization and management , we are liable to answer our employees too. Its jus a lil fun we tryin to bring in from their day to day chores.... This will cheer dem up too ...

From India, Mumbai
Y dont u arrange some quiz competitions, give them prizes for winnig & some fire crackers along. Regards Tabassum
From India, Bangalore
you can have dress code like saree for girls and kurta pajama for boys..also you can keep chit system..
one who gets no.1 will get choclate box and who gets no.2 will get mithai box..like that..it will be fun..or you can ask everyone to bring gifts and blind fold employees and can exchange gifts..
Rashmi Malhotra

From India, Delhi
Hi Everyone,
I am really happy to see the replies of our friends.
Most of the replies are about helping the poorer..........
But my pinch of taught is different. As we all knew the world badly requires green revolution, we can keep the first step to save the nature in order to save our future generation.
Helping poor is good but more than that helping our self is essential.
Actually in my center we were planning for Tree Plantation!!!
A minimum of 100 forest plants near by mountains/hills.
Hope it will give funnest outdoor experience and they will have the satisfaction of planting at-least one in their lifetime. ( we can add up the outdoor games to make that day much more interesting).
hope u like it

From India, Madras

Firstly wishing you a very Happy Diwali.
May be you could have some desk decoration and the best desk receives a prize.
Rangoli done in a different way, may be some cardboard rangoli, all females to be dressed in saree and all males in kurta/pyjama etc. The best dressed male and female could get a prize each.
Arrange for some games like antakshari, dumb shreyas, may be some employees kids doing a performance or a skit.
Have a great day.

From India
Some things you can do are :
Buy wholesale crackers for the Associates and sell it to them at a lower price, organize some place where they can burst these crackers and have fun, u can add games and sweets to increase the excitement.

From India, Bangalore
Hi Aswini,
You can ask your staff to come in traditional dress .
Decorate your office, take help of office boys, tell them to do it in night or early morning when staff is not there. It will be a surprise for them.
Organize a small party for staff and then u can have some games, if space allows go for drum shardes or Musical Chair.
If Space is less, you can ask employees to vote for the employee they appreciate the most. Give a gift to the most employee with maximum votes.
Or you can Organize a family party where in u can ask employees to bring in your families also to the party. You can organize this outside office, then u can have crackers too.
All the best.
Happy Diwali :)

From India, Chandigarh

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