The twinkling lights and the shimmering flame of the earthen lamps create a mesmerizing view of India’s biggest religious celebration. The alluring festival of light, that celebrates the victory of good over evil, came into being after Lord Ram ended his 14 years in exile and returned back to Ayodhya. But today the very essence of the festival is dwindling in the smoke and crackle of crackers, leaving us exasperated with nothing more than a longing for an ounce of fresh air.
The desire for an escape grows in leaps and bounds as the crackers begin to burst and unfurl the evil all around, enveloping you and your loved ones in a blanket of toxins. Is it the only way to celebrate this auspicious festival? Should we watch the essence burn into flames? Diwali is not just about the victory of good over evil but was actually a revolution, a revolution that ended the tyranny of an evil king and brought the rule of a just king. So why not we follow the same, and lead a revolution. A revolution that
will show others that there is another way of celebrating Diwali, one that keeps its essence alive.
At The Golden Tusk, we celebrate Diwali in oneness with nature, keeping the goodness in the festival alive. Nestled in the lap of the famous Jim Corbett National park and surrounded by the hills of Kumaon, the resort has established itself as an amazing escape pod for city dwellers. So how does this escape pod provides an ideal launchpad for our revolution? Besides giving you an unparalleled view of the lush green jungle, we are all prepped up to celebrate the festival with you. All you need to do is sit back and relax, as you are taken on a journey of experiencing the cultural facades of Kumaon with a folk dance and a mouth watering tour of the local cuisines.
And finally, when the celebration comes to an end, the resort becomes your very own peaceful abode where you can enjoy with your family, as you spend your days away
from the evil lurking in the city. Because after all festivals are all about enjoyment and keeping the goodness in it alive.