Bigg Boss 14 Winner Rubina Dilaik Celebrates Diwali With Her Family After Almost 10 Years; Pens An Emotional NoteReality ShowsTV Shows
Stunning Television star Rubina Dilaik pens an emotional long note about celebrating Diwali in her village after ten years. Sharing a couple of pics, Rubina penned an emotional note. Read on to know more
The stunning Indian television star Rubina Dilaik won the hearts of her fans and audiences in her long illustrious career in the television industry with many hit serials like Choti Bahu, Shakti, and so on.
She also made her ever-growing fan army and netizens fall in love with her in Bigg Boss 14 and is also the winner of the previous season of the Bigg Boss franchise.
Ever since then on, even her fans also started shipping her as the strong boss lady who is not scared of anyone and always wait eagerly to witness more of her stunning pictures with Abhinav which take the social media by storm each time as these pictures and videos end up going viral on social media and break the internet as well.
She took to her Instagram handle a few minutes back and giving a sweetest surprise to her growing army of fans on instagram finally dropped a series of amazing pictures and video that mentioned how she celebrated her Diwali this year at her village after an entire decade and penned a long note which also mentioned that the tradition of celebrating Diwali in their village is very unique and different as the procession and the celebration is high on local music and dance .
Revealing more about their village’s special traditions related to Diwali she also penned how their deity Shirgul Maharaj which is (Lord Shiva) from Dewat temple is then taken out on a Palki and all the villagers celebrate the festival for two days, folk songs and local cuisines attract hundreds of devotees from the neighbouring village as well.
Mentioning in more depth and detail about the procession in the temple she also added how this procession heads to the main Kuldevi mandir which is the Thor Mata Temple also known as ( Durga Maa) in Shantha where Jagra (local term for Diwali) is seen happening and everyone dances their hearts out in praise of their local deities.
In the pictures she is seen being all happy and smiles with her family and is celebrating Diwali with lots of pomp and joy in their unique village traditions and in a video post she is also seen seeking blessings from the temple and there’s an aura of serenity around her followed by the last video which shows how the people in her village are seen happily bringing in the festival of lights Diwali and are seen happily rejoicing as well.