Festival

Photo Friday (25) – Bonfire Memories

WP_20160115_002As I had shared earlier, the night before Magh Bihu (also known as Bhogali Bihu) is known as Uruka. On this festive night, along with community/family feast, another thing I love is the tradition of setting up of a big bonfire and the whole group sitting around it. (more…)

Happy Bihu!

WP_20160114_002Wishing all my readers a very happy Bhogali Bihu!

Its also the time for Pongal, Uttarayan & Makar Sankranti….my best wishes to everyone who is celebrating either of these. 🙂

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Photo Friday (23) – Merry Christmas!

InstagramCapture_9720d79a-8d49-486f-979c-318c82b65d7b_jpg May all the sweet magic of Christmas touch each one of our lives making it brighter, happier & healthier…..wish one and all a very Merry Christmas! Spread the cheer! 🙂

By the way, that is my mini-Christmas tree, which I put up yesterday near my DIY light. That lighted up corner is making me happy and the spirit of Christmas has already filled me with hope & joy. I wish the same for all my readers.  🙂 And special thanks to The Glass Bangle & Points to Ponder for your letters & gifts…..you made my day and I really feel blessed to have you in my life! 🙂

Happy Diwali!

May the Festival of Lights brighten up the lives of each one of us with happiness, joy and prosperity…

Happy Diwali!! 🙂

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In the mean time I leave you with this post that inspires us to celebrate a smoke and noise free Diwali; at least it made me think and act on how I celebrate Diwali this year. Do check it out-

http://www.indiatimes.com/news/india/12-powerful-messages-you-need-to-see-this-diwali-228084.html

Also, you can read my earlier Diwali posts here – Festival of Lights (2012) & Diwali – Lighting up our lives! (2013).

 

Happy Holi !

3D-happy-holi-image-wallpaper Image – Google

Today is the day to be silly, laugh our lungs out with our loudest laughters & get covered in multiple hues!

Wishing everyone the colours of love & happiness & the sweetness of mithais in our lives…today & always!

Happy Holi!! 🙂

For my non-Indian readers, here is some whys & hows about Holi – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holi