Twitter Dazzles with #TweetToLight, Diwali Spirits are High
As the entire India is lighting up to the Diwali glory, Twitter is all sparkles with its most trending #TweetToLight.
"If winter comes, can spring be far behind?" I rendered this one from P. B. Shelly’s classic, ‘Ode to the West Wind’, for a reason. It’s very relevant to this pre-Diwali mood in the entire Indian nation, at the moment. As the whole country lights up to this festival of brilliance, all the social platforms including Twitter, raises it to #TweetToLight.
The hashtag got started with The State Bank of India’s Diwali video tweet:
Let the spirit of fun, feast, and fervour shine bright this Diwali. #TweetToLight and witness magic unfurl before your eyes.— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) October 25, 2019
Following the ad, posts, images, tweets started pouring in which all had the Diwali spirit in common.
They are ready☺Come out from you home to give small contribution in their happiness— Rotaract SunCity (@rotaractsuncity) October 26, 2019
Celebrate this Diwali together
Darkness cannot drive out darkness ,only light can do that. #TweetToLight pic.twitter.com/tyX59FHLSW
Diwali happens to be an all-embracing festival in India, that knows no creed, cast, race, gender or religion. With love, happiness and peace at its core, the beams of this fest have reached the faraway land of America.
Diwali has been celebrated in the White House, this Thursday. Former US President, Barack Obama was the pioneer of this trend down there, and the current President Donald Trump is holding up with it.
— Reshma Khan (@ReshmaK49761729) October 26, 2019
— Himanshu Singh (@khiltasooraj) October 26, 2019
It's time to drive away darkness called with a No-plastic Diwali celebration. Swipe left for surprise. #TogetherWeCan #Diwalifeel #DiwaliSpecial #SayNoToPlastic #Rangoli #TweetToLight #lightsup #FestiveSeason #Diwali2019 #diwali #DiwaliSpecial #housedecoration pic.twitter.com/R6v9QTvmXh— Kashish (srk 🎂🎂🎁🎈 2nd November) (@my_pride_india_) October 26, 2019
How’s your Diwali going to look like? Share with photographs in the comments below. And yes, have a very Happy Diwali!