Sunday, October 26, 2008

Happy Diwali....


Diwali is amongst the major festivals of India.This festival has its very own importance and it own specialities.We,Tamilians have a different approach towards this festival.This is a festival of joy and light to us.We get to share our happiness amongst our fellow neighbours.We get up early in the morning and take a traditional oil bath which marks the begining of diwali for south indians.After oil bath we are supposed to wear brand new dresses.We then distribute sweets to our neighbours and they reciprocate the same to us.Diwali shopping basically starts prior one week before the festival actually starts.Shopping includes various clothings and especially crackers.Crackers are an integral part of this festival.There is no diwali without festival.I remember few years ago ,we couldn't celebrate this festival owing to my grandfathers death.But after that we are continously celebrating this joyful festival of light.We light diwa's or candle near the home entrance which is a true indication of diwali.The main intention of this festival is to bring light into others life.There may be many people in distress and sorrows.This is the festival to forget all sorrows and get together and celebrate the festival.
I take this opportunity to wish all my friends and readers a very happy diwali.

I plan to take a long break from bloggerville owing to exams and projects.I have scheduled few of my posts .I will be back very soon.








Happy Diwali,Merry Christmas and a very happy New year.Hey guys my birthday is on 24th November ,do remember it :p


PS:Campus Files 3 will be posted soon, what was the idea?? lemme know

10 comments:

  1. a very happy diwali to you stephen and your family :-)
    enjoy and play safe..
    and nice to know about the way you celebrate the same :-)

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  2. Happy Diwali Dude and All the Best !!!

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  3. Hearty Diwali greetings mon ami... A long list of ur articles are pending. Will read them soon. Even am tied down- thanks to some 'wonderful' training sessions...

    Peace.

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  4. Diwali is a new year for Hindus. I'd like to wish you a happy new year dude. BTW, did you check the collection of visit diwaliblog.com posted here

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