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happy birthday gandhi !!!


enjoy n may u reach greater heights in maruti ...

m going to see match so chote post mein manage kar le :)

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Ankit said…
Thanks a lot TWM for your wishes...I've got the best bday gift ever :-)
Happy Birthday,Gandhi! Hope you have a great day! :)
Ankit said…
Thanks mannu! yup, wat more could have I asked for.
Happy Birthday G-man! And as you said, what a birthday gift!
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raj alakshendra said…
gandhi tera is duniya mein aana safal ho gaya :)
perfect gift for u ...
Ankit said…
Thanks Dion & Raj :-) The infectious exuberance & festive energy are something that I won't be able to forget for years to come! Afterall its not everyday the nation celebrates on ur bday & u get such a pleasant gift. The whole nation had smiles on their faces!

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