Amidst people starving to death, poverty, lack of employment, loss of crops, house and property damaged due to flood, there are numerous celebrations – both by public as well as by the public elected government. Festivals, one after another, clad in all possible glory, colour, glamour and show is being celebrated across the state. Thanks to the media strategies and people, who are caught by those gimmicks, the news of the non-glamorous, darker side of poverty and downtrodden people are hidden under those lights and shows. People getting addicted to the pomp and show, glamour and celebration day by day, without paying any single attention to the underlying darkness, that needs attention for overall development. Thus, glorification, glamour, show, beauty hides all the realities of the state and the common people.