Diwali 2018 is finally here, and people across the country are busy lighting lamps, decorating the walls with fairy lights, making colourful Rangolis and much more. With delicious meals, mouth-watering desserts and sweets to indulge in, folks are engrossed in the festive mode. Despite some limitations, Indians are also managing to burst crackers. Nevertheless, to keep the festival fun and alive, netizens are on full swing with their festive humour right on point. Capturing the essence of the festivities such as ‘Diwali ki Safai’ and ‘Soan Papdi’ memes, Twitter is now filled with hilarious jokes. So if you are bummed about not getting to burst crackers, keep yourself entertained with these rib-tickling jokes shared by netizens on Twitter. Stickers on Whatsapp: Download Festive Sticker Image Packs for Sending Funny Diwali 2018 Greetings & Messages, Watch Video.
From absurd traditions to the regular tasks, each moment on Diwali 2018 gives way to ideas for some funny memes that are bound leave you in splits. What makes them so side-splitting is that they are so relatable! Here we have compiled a few jokes and memes that are trending on our very own social media platforms. NASA’s Fake Image From Space on Diwali Goes Viral Again! Will Netizens Ever Stop Forwarding It?
It has to start with the popular mithai!
* When a relative gives soan papdi in a chocolate box *
— Freelance 007 (@James_Beyond) November 6, 2018
Recycling soan papdi...
Soan papdi during Diwali pic.twitter.com/zubeS4UGF2
— Reena Kamat 🇮🇳 (@_r33na__) November 6, 2018
Did you forward those WhatsApp stickers too?
— Angoor Stark 🍇🇮🇳 (@ladywithflaws) November 7, 2018
Demonetisation jokes can never get old!
Diwali is on 7th November. Spend all your 2000 Rs notes on sweets, lights and crackers. Because, the next day is 8th November
— The Bad Doctor (@DOCTORATLARGE) November 6, 2018
Switch to bubble wraps!
Crackers before and after 10:00 PM pic.twitter.com/s1lg67Snig
— Sanskari_stud 🎃 (@sanskari_stud) November 6, 2018
Worst deal ever...
— Rishav Mishra 🙇 (@theNormieGuy) November 5, 2018
The memes flooded on Twitter set our mood right for the mega festival. Diwali is that time of the year when we choose to replace the darkness in our lives by making our surrounding bright in the festival of lights. The country looks the prettiest during Deepavali 2018. Keeping all the jokes aside, make an attempt to avoid the firecrackers and observe Diwali 2018 with love and blessings from your family members. Spent more time together and enjoy the festival of lights. Happy Diwali!