A few memories, sentiments and tales of my travels mainly in India, an attempt at photography, and at times, some reflections on other topics.
same to you too
Happy Diwali to you Celine !
Happy Deepavali Celine ..will check regarding guest posts from writers from abroad
The world is a fun place, there is always something to celebrate!
Gorgeous graphic. And Happy Diwali! I've enjoyed reading last year's post as well. each daisy blossoms from a plant that has its own spot where its roots are embedded--so true for all of us.I still think about Lahiri's book as well as the film which I've recommended to anyone who has had to 'leave home.' Just finished 'Death of Vishnu.'Take good care and have a Diwali sweet for me!
And a Happy Diwali to you!Also a happy Samhain on Friday!
So how did you celebrate Diwali this year Celine.
Vicky,Thanks. I hope you had a good time!?:)
Cuckoo,Thank you. And I wish you the same.:)
Lakshmi,Thank you for the wishes, and for checking out the info for me. Appreciated.:)
Zhu,Hey, I whole heartedly agree with you.:)
Noni,Thank you. Oh, so you read so much of Indian-related stuff? That's so interesting.:)The connotation of the daisy and its plant is still applicable in my case and it made me smile to learn in your case too.;)
Maalie,Thank you for the good wishes. It's interesting to read about Samhain, thanks for that link. I wish you a happy Samhain Maalie.:)
Mridula, as usual, it was a normal working day for us here. However, towards evening, I walked over (rather than drive in the snail-paced traffic of the day in that area) to mingle with the jubilating crowd. Most gather at Salmiya - an area where Indians are concentrated having quite a few Indian schools located nearby. Then it was an attempt to enjoy the display of fireworks with the deafening noise.It made me smile to see though that each year the security in this area increases. I'm not sure if the law and order enforcement officials are comfortable as yet with the ruckus caused by Diwali celebration by the Indian community in this country. More police cars were patrolling Salmiya this time, and there was even a fire engine ready at hand.:)Then it was a good dinner time with a group of friends in one of the best Indian restaurants here. That's it for now. Perhaps more this weekend, which is almost round the corner.;)
Hi Celine,Happy Diwali to you too.
A very happy Diwali,may there be nothing but joy for you!
Hi Celine! Happy Deepavali!Now, I bet you won’t discover where Blogtrotter has landed, until you get there to see… ;) Enjoy, comment and have a great week!
Thank You for droping by.I wish you a very 'Happy Diwali'.I Malaysia we celebrate Diwali with harmony.
Hope you had a wonderful Diwali (or Deepavali) too!
Comes a lil late. Belated wishes :)
Same to you, Pl visit my blog for Rangaavali Exhibition.
Merisi,Thanks for those lovely wishes.:)
GMG:Gil, thank you. You have a lovely week too. I'm back from visiting Armenia..lol..I meant virtually, thanks to your blog.:)
Uncleawang:Thank you for your visit, and good wishes. Good to hear about the Malaysian spirit of harmony during the Diwali time.:)
Shantanu,I did, thanks. I hope you enjoyed a good Diwali too.:)
Ravi,Good wishes are always welcome. Thank you.:)
Harekrishnaji,Thank you. I'll be right over.:)
HiThe pic of the diwali thali in your post is amazing!You may also wish to browse my Diwali Gifts to India Blog to read more about Diwali and download free diwali wallpapers
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