Happy Diwali to u too Rauf Uncle!The 'rockets' started being launched in my flats last evening... My favourites(when I was a kid) used to be anaar, kambi mathapu and vishnu chakras - the ones that emit those colourful sparks and don't make noise that threatens to tear my tympanum.Ghar mein saare sweets thayyaar hain...my contribution - gaajar ka halva banaya aur thengaa burfi.aapko pasand hai?Looking forward to a great photo post on the diwali celebrations...don't forget the sweets!Take care Rauf Uncle:)
No Diwali here in France of course. I wish I could see it in India one day, it must be so spectacular.But they are starting to hang Christmas lights in the streets at the moment. Not very eco-friendly to have all those light bulbs on, but people like it because it brightens the cold winter nights...
Rauf you might be interested in reading about "India town" in Paris, in Peter Olson's blog this week :Link http://peter-olson.blogspot.com/2007/11/india-town.html
Happy Diwali, rauf. Reading what Pingu wrote about fireworks helped me imagine you these days, out and about, so much excitement on the streets.And Nathalie, India in Paris? Sounds like a heavenly combination.rauf, I wish you all the light, enjoy your friends and the celebrations. Eat all the sweets you want, but don't get a tummy ache. Safe journey.
Hey Raufhave a fun Diwali.. enjoy ur trip to Pollachi and bring back loads of memories[for u to cherish] n picturess[for us to feast on]For me, its gonna be a day of family n more family.. all land here at granparents house tomorro eve and stay on till thur nite.. wake up early(3-4am)..shower n burst some crackers(my uncle's duty) n rest of the day goes chit chatting,watching some tv(more of surfing thru the Supposed to be special shows) and eve am off to watch Om Shanti Om[preview show]... :)see ya wen ur back~~ happy diwali to all those who come here... :)
Very bright and shiny Divali to you, my dear Rauf. I hope you are spending this holiday with your loved ones, being spoiled and fed all your favorite treats :-)
When I lived in Mexico, I was accustomed to street festivals. I would walk to the jardin each day, wondering who was celebrating what. There was always something happening. I really miss that. You are so fortunate to live in a place where people celebrate life on a regular basis, even if there are kookie gurus involved. I presume we'll see pictures soon:D
Happy Diwali to you too, Rauf.
Enjoy Diwali with its light and joy.
And the same to you, Rauf! You are part of my blog post today,so, if you get a chance stop by and see how. Though if you were to participate, I can see that it would be one humoungus undertaking!
Went to a Diwali party. Had a great time. Stuffed myself with onion bhajis n butter chicken n bombay aloo n lots and lots of beer.Danced the night away to Bangra music. Magic!
Wish you and fmaily a very happy diwali as well..We had a nice pataka phooljhari anar time..went for kerala 5 day trip.will update details later..how have u been whats up
Uncle Rauf, where are YOU?
Happy Thanksgiving, Rauf, wherever you are!
You ok mate? Very quiet. You normally say when you're off on your travels.I'm a worrier...
Hi Rauf , Hi!!!!!!Just thinking of you and you don't have to worrie ( I hope) just be happy , sat that too, and enjoy life, Still celebrating DIWALI???Or... no time to renew your post , whatever, just be happy! that counts my dear Rauf:0)Thanks for your comments before last week, I am still showing a new typical HUGH big (many photo's!!!) 'serie of Paris' .Please come and see, have a good week ,month or year, I see you when you have time:)JoAnn:)
Hi dearest Rauf!Maybe it me but I do not see another post after this one:) (I am not so smart haha!) No maybe you have another blog? Anyway you are still a very dear blogfriend to me:)( I love INDIA) again a happy DIWALI, why not wishing you tht again, there is already so much war in this world, wasteless , I love peace and helping people, so that we understand each other better, for a BETTER world? Be happy:)Stay happy my friend:)I showed today something really DUTCH, we celebrate it mostly for the children a "Sinterklaas" evening with presents and sweet candies, The Sinterklaas and his helpers are all dressed up for the children, come and see:)Greetings see you:) JoAnn
Hi dear RAUF,Thanks for your sweet comments I wish you the best the coming days!I posted again some Paris Pics in case you are interested, just visit my blog and look:)I wish you a good and HAPPY weekend Greetings JoAnn:)
RAuf hi !Long time no see. I hope things are great with you.I remember having seen some lovely Theyyam shots on your blog in the early days.I am thinking of gonig to Kannur one of these days and take some pot shots with the camera.Please do let me know what theyyam place did you go to and if there is anyone out there who can give me some inputs.With best regardsAnoopCopy of this sent by email.
RAuf hi !Long time no see. I hope things are great with you.I remmber having seen some lovely Theyyam shots on your blog in the early days.I am thinking of gonig to Kannur one of these days and take some pot shots with the camera.Please do let me know what theyyam place did you go to and if there is anyone out there who can give me some inputs.With best regardsAnoop
hi Rauf, missing you againg, please let us know all is well with you x
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