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10 Aug, 19 04:24
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Take a Break!

August is one of the most celebrated months in the year in Udaipur.Afew weeks ofrain has already painted the city green, and now amid those droplets of monsoon, we have a series of festivities to enjoy. From Teej to Rakshabandhan to Krishna Janmashtami, the August has it all. The celebratory mood of the city is upbeat. People have preferences for their choice of festivals, but generally, all festivals bring a new color to the family. This year the Independence Day and Rakshabandhan are falling the same day, but the good news is that its Thursday. So if someone can plan an off on Friday, it could be a long weekend. And since its beginning at a festival, a holiday with family should be the idea. The life, on the one hand, is getting more comfortable every other day but at the same time, the complexities are reaching us from the backdoor. And in such an age which is more discomfortthanease,thesefestivities servethepurposeandmake you take and enjoy a break. It is almost impossible to separate professional and personal lives. The two are well connected, and one depends on the other and vice versa. But these festivities give you a much-needed break that your brain needs. And not just the job, your interest in politics, sports, economy, and so on can also add to the stress you do not need to assume. End of the day, numerous such things play on your mind and keep you stressed for no reason for your concern. Festivities are appropriately planned and keep on introducing the ecstasy and freedom you need to revive the brain. This brings us to a more critical issue about being ultramodern and avoiding these festivities on one or other pretexts. Some say that they do not believe in the reasons why these festivals are celebrated. That, of course, can be a valid reason but then which occasion can you believe to be perfect for a celebration. But then, you still can enjoy it without believing in it. The same way we watch movies, but we may or may not believe in the ideas presented there. People who take good breaksaremoreproductive thanthosewholook towork continuously. Now, if you agree to this point, again a point rises that you cannot be on v Take a Break! August is one of the most celebrated months in the year in Udaipur.Afew weeks ofrain has already painted the city green, and now amid those droplets of monsoon, we have a series of festivities to enjoy. From Teej to Rakshabandhan to Krishna Janmashtami, the August has it all. The celebratory mood of the city is upbeat. People have preferences for their choice of festivals, but generally, all festivals bring a new color to the family. This year the Independence Day and Rakshabandhan are falling the same day, but the good news is that its Thursday. So if someone can plan an off on Friday, it could be a long weekend. And since its beginning at a festival, a holiday with family should be the idea. The life, on the one hand, is getting more comfortable every other day but at the same time, the complexities are reaching us from the backdoor. And in such an age which is more discomfortthanease,thesefestivities servethepurposeandmake you take and enjoy a break. It is almost impossible to separate professional and personal lives. The two are well connected, and one depends on the other and vice versa. But these festivities give you a much-needed break that your brain needs. And not just the job, your interest in politics, sports, economy, and so on can also add to the stress you do not need to assume. End of the day, numerous such things play on your mind and keep you stressed for no reason for your concern. Festivities are appropriately planned and keep on introducing the ecstasy and freedom you need to revive the brain. This brings us to a more critical issue about being ultramodern and avoiding these festivities on one or other pretexts. Some say that they do not believe in the reasons why these festivals are celebrated. That, of course, can be a valid reason but then which occasion can you believe to be perfect for a celebration. But then, you still can enjoy it without believing in it. The same way we watch movies, but we may or may not believe in the ideas presented there. People who take good breaks are more productive than those who look to work continuously. Now, if you agree to this point, again a point rises that you cannot be on vacation every weekend. Yes, of course, that is why we have festivals that come at a regular interval. If you do not plan a big break, you can simply follow the sun and enjoy these special days even though you do not believe in them; you can still make the most of it. Now, plan a break overthe next festival and no matter what, enjoy every bit of it. Your family will love it, and your own soul will love you back. acation every weekend.Yes, of course, that is why we have festivals that come at a regular interval. If you do not plan a big break, you can simply follow the sun and enjoy these special days even though you do not believe in them; you can still make the most of it. Now, plan a break overthe next festival and no matter what, enjoy every bit of it. Your family will love it, and your own soul will love you back.


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