Emirates spreads happiness among local residents for Diwali

Oct 19 2017

Emirates’ Cabin Crew recently surprised and delighted residents of all ages in the heart of Dubai, marking the start of Diwali. Emirates’ crew spread festive joy by distributing traditional sweet treats and confections under the twinkling festive lights of Bur Dubai.

Emirates’ Cabin Crew gave out hundreds of decorated boxes of sweets in Meena Bazaar, a popular area in Dubai known for its ethnic shops and bustling streets where many people shop for their traditional Diwali essentials. The crew members also helped create a traditional Rangoli to celebrate the festival of lights.

Travellers can get a taste of Diwali delicacies available onboard this year on all India-bound Emirates flights during the week of Diwali celebrations, which is set to start on October 19. Sweets distributed included Ladoos and Khajur burfi, along with other specialities like Moong Dal burfi, all embellished, representing the traditional decoration of Diwali.


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