Happy Diwali

Diwali is a festival of lights.To me,it is associated with happiness,joy,togetherness,exchanging sweets,wearing new clothes,having fun galore with friends and family.

Firecrackers and fireworks have always been synonymous with Diwali.But over the years they have been known to have adverse impacts in the form of pollution and accidents.

So this year lets celebrate Diwali without fireworks and ensure a better,cleaner and safer surrounding to live in.

Heres wishing you all a safe Diwali.Have a great day!

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26 thoughts on “Happy Diwali

      1. Just finished making rasgullas. Will make Biryani in the evening.

        D: Rasgullas?? yummy yummy yum yum! Enikkum venam πŸ™‚

        In couple of hours will decorate our home with tea light candles, then 2-3 sparklers for daughter, her Dad and me. That is our Happy Diwali! πŸ™‚

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  1. Deepavali deepavali…ni thandi….

    😳 this is not the right song to sing here? :mrgreen:

    One pataka kiss for Namnu from her Sakshi didi and wishing you and N a happy diwali too…and all late commentators here too…

    Me first!!! Don never aims for the first comment…so according to Donadda rules I am first πŸ˜›

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    1. WOW,Saksh..your taste in music is out of the world!! What a song for the occasion!! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

      So how are you going to celebrate the festival amidst all the snowing?

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    2. Ayyo it was supposed to be wishing you and R :oops:. I think I had some other person’s husband in mind when I wrote N here 😦 :mrgreen:

      Diwali for us starts here with almost 3 hours of non stop calling up people in India….sigh!!! By the time the battery discharges totally from all the mobiles, we are pretty discharged too πŸ˜› some rest and frolicking and then diwali celebrations in a nearby Temple with friends πŸ™‚ and yup I get to gorge on sweets :mrgreen:

      What are you guys up to?

      D: πŸ˜† .R & I lit some diyas,N blew them off thinking they were b’day candles and then when told not to do so,she stood up with her hands folded and started praying πŸ™‚ .Thats how our celebration started!Then we had brief fun with some pop-pop snappers πŸ™‚

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  2. Happy Diwali Deepu and R and special wishes to my Nammukutty πŸ™‚

    Pls pass on my wishes to aunty too πŸ˜€

    D: Will do,sweetie..thank you πŸ™‚

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  3. Diwali is almost over? and I think I already wished ?? do I have to do it again ? πŸ˜‰

    D: ROFL….Vimmuuuuuuu..you’re just impossible!! It wont cost you anything if you wish anyone n number of times,will it..now c’mon wish us all again with a dedicated mail to each one of us πŸ˜› πŸ˜€

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  4. Belated Diwali wishes, Deeps! Nammukutty had a good time? I just saw in a comment above that Namnam wanted to blow out the candles – here Kunju was exactly the same! She was just not happy with so many candles and not blowing it out πŸ™‚

    Lots of hugs and ummas for Namnam!

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  5. Diwali – in fact all festivals are evolving as they must ,with the changing times πŸ™‚ Glad we are becoming environment conscious!
    A very Happy eco friendly green Diwali to you, and to all our great grand children for whom we are sacrificing our fireworks πŸ˜‰

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