Durga Puja is the time when thumping of the Dhol, no longer disturbs the soul. That time of the year when the sound coming from the temple becomes more enchanting.
Be prepared people as Durga Puja is round the corner and like every year, a lot of plans have already been decided in our heads. Celebrated in the month of October, Durga Puja resembles victory over evil. Giving up the grievances and embracing the contentment, seems to be everyone’s primary goal. Enthusiastically and with the utmost zeal, the entire nation participates in the celebration.
Today, as I sit on my study table, trying to do some basic budgeting, a thought struck me. Lately, I have been facing a situation, where I’m a part of happiness, yet I don’t feel like I’m a part of it. I’m diabetic but that doesn’t mean I’m completely prohibited from having sweets or other delicious food.
Festivals, a perfect time when people wear well and eat well. However, after being hit by diabetes, it seems that my life has taken a U-turn. Sweets and good delicacies have completely parted ways from my life. I have started envying people, who enjoy good food without any restrictions.
However, I’m not letting any of these spoil my Durga Puja this year. Like everyone, even I have big plans and I’ll make sure, nothing comes between me and the fun. Apart from the fun, food is another thing that I need to take care of. Food has always been the troublemaker in my life. For the past few months, the craving for good and delicious desserts has always made me upset. But, this Puja all my cravings are going to be served, as now I’ve got hold of the best sugar substitute- Kaloree1.
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