Diwali Celebrations

Euclide software solutions found yet another reason to celebrate. So this Diwali, we took advantage of the festivities and did something of our own to celebrate Diwali with the family we have in our spaces.  Not just the dress code, but there was a lot more up the team’s sleeves. It is the season of festivities and the entire team of ESS got together to celebrate the festival of lights. A closed office affair, we celebrated in-house as a family. The festivities were enjoyed across the company in three segments. Members of ESS itself performed the three segments.

Office Decoration:

Team Atishbazi participated in the very first segment which was to deck up space in flowers and diyas to bring the essence of Diwali indoors into our space.

Making of Rangoli:

By showing the creativity Team Rango ki chakkri did a great job in the second segment of Rangoli making by adding colors to the festival.

Be it any competition (work and fun both), it remains incomplete without any rewards and appreciation. Thereby it was decided to give awards at the last day followed by the last segment for:

  1. Best traditional attire (male)- Titled by Mr. Patakha
  2. Best traditional attire (female)- Titled by Miss Patakha
MR. PATAKHA MISS PATAKHA

      MR. PATAKHA                                                                     MISS PATAKHA

While the sight of lamps and flowers greeted you at the door, it was the ethnic dresses that were the real eye catcher.

This is how the Euclide software solutions family grows; work needs to be appreciated at every point. However, the day went quite smooth and energetic with celebration and the competition. By the end of the day before leaving for home, everyone had a Diwali gift, lots of fun, and memorable moments.

Euclide software solutions work hard to showcase the diversity and talent here. The members of ESS wanted to do something special to mark this year’s Diwali, a festival of lights celebrated throughout the world.

Trip to Kasauli

Today I will be sharing my experience about the last trip that we planned to Kasauli, HP on 2nd July, 2016.

I would like to start off by saying that such a trip/outing was much needed since I was working continuously for the last 3-months without taking a break. But as June came to an end, I was evident that I needed to get some time out to go to the hills. So, as the company planned a trip to Kasauli, I was excited to go there.

I was so excited that I actually woke up at 5’o clock in the morning. I came to the venue by 8.30am where everybody was all set to go on an amazing trip. We left around 9.00am and soon we were trailing around the foothills of HP. 2 hours into the trip, be stopped by a train track to take some pictures. It was an awesome location and the light drizzling added to the essence of the environment. We reached Kasauli by half past 12 and I could clearly feel the nature besides me. Such a cool and lovely environment caught my attention and all my post-work stress that had been building up for the last couple of months was actually being cured. I could clearly see the clouds beneath the hills. Before starting our nature walk around the place, we stopped by a local shop to have a brunch. I ate a burger which I think was not bad. As soon as we finished eating, we started our walk around the trail which ran through Sunset Point and ultimately led to Lover’s Point.

Sunset Point had the best view and the view from Lover’s point was equally over-whelming. We enjoyed a lot, took pictures and had fun. Time flew by and we were already set to go back. Around 4.00pm we started our journey back to Punjab. We made one stop at “Sekhon Dhaba” to eat late afternoon lunch. And by 8.00pm we were back in Punjab- with a lot of memories.

In the end, I would like to say that the trip was just awesome, to say the least. I wish there are more trips like this one in future.