After 48 hours you will be meeting and greeting the aunty you meet once-a-year, the bari tayee ammi you only see at a close wedding and the dur ke cousins you never existed, come to town and celebrate Eid with you. And as much fun it sounds, because its Choti Eid, it’s also going to be super entertaining.
So, brace yourself, and get ready to share your room with because you apparently are the lucky one to have air-conditioning in your room so these rishtedaar take over EID.
THE “ENNA SAADA SUIT PAYA”
For this rishtedaar, the term personal style does not exist, therefore they will not understand your love for “chic minimalism”. The chamakta dhamkata your suit, the lovelier you’ll look on Eid. So, the next time you meet them, RUN!
THE “KITNAY ROZAY RAKHAY”
You will always have this one relative who will neither give you Eidee, nor compliment on how you look, but they will be concerned if you fasted all Ramzan or how many rozay did you miss. BE PREPARED TO BE JUDGED!
THE “ONE WHO STILL GIVES 50 RS”
The Taya Jaan who in this day and age will still give you 50 Rs and worse ask you to split it with your younger brother. Like LITERALLY while our hearts bleed inside.
THE “ONE WHO WAKES YOU UP AT 6 AM”
He is your father’s childhood BFF or the uncle you generally avoid because he shows up way before time for Eid ki namaaz and wakes you all up because uncle agaye hain.
THE “SUSRAAL SE KIA AYA”
There will always be that one old and irksome aunty who will be inquisitive about susraal ki eidi, where the suit was from, kon kon aya denay types. And if you’re engaged to be married, then that would be worse as you will be required to answer A LOT of questions.