Diwali is just a couple of days away and it’s time to finish cleaning the house. But due to Covid-19, there is no external help and so the task seems tougher this year! Television stars share how they plan to complete it…
When I was a kid, my father and I always used to clean our house together. But since the last few years, while staying in Mumbai, I have always had a house help. This year, Diwali cleaning is making me nostalgic. I am not calling anyone for help because of the pandemic. My strategy is that if you clean your house a little bit every day, then you can finish the entire cleaning by Diwali.
Get started Rajshri Rani
Due to the pandemic, there is no one to help out. But, on the other hand, it’s good as you get to know about your strengths! There are no tricks for cleaning because it’s not science or maths. It’s really simple; take a dry cloth and a wet cloth…aur ho jao shuru.
Together we can
Ajay Singh Chaudhary
Diwali cleaning has begun. We have one house help, so it is not that big an issue. But during the initial three-four months of the lockdown, my maid was away to her hometown. Those months taught us a lesson. And we have a child also, so we all have to pitch in for Diwali cleaning!
Furry friends Prakriti Nautiyal
My Diwali cleaning has already begun, as it was much-needed. I have five cats, so there is fur in all the nooks and corners. I am also going to give away a lot of stuff this Diwali – cosmetics, clothes, bags and more.
Paint it red! Prateek Rana
The cleaning has already begun and we are planning to paint our home this Diwali, all by ourselves! Many of us are aware of the belief that Goddess Lakshmi will grace a clean and nicely decorated home. So, it’s a ritual to clean the house and deck it up with lights. It is important to dispose off unused things.