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Let the Festivities BEGIN!

MY most favorite part of the year has officially begun!
The Navratras and Durga Puja, kick start the festival season... and Oh BOY! Ain't I in my usual, festival spirit! :)





Even the stupid economic crisis that I talked about in my previous post can go take a hike. Because, even if I am not celebrating the festivals, the whole spirit of the festivals just gets to you. It is the time to be happy and thankful for all that we have got in life. And, the happy spirit that these festivals infuse in all of us, makes up for the crappy times that have gone behind.

So here is wishing All of You- A VERY HAPPY NAVRATRAS and a VERY PROSPEROUS DURGA PUJA!!!

May Maa Durga, bring us all lots of Happiness, Prosperity & Peace! 

Comments

Unknown said…
sabko hardik shubhkaamnaayein :)
raj alakshendra said…
in eastern part puja fever starts from a month back .. people do so much of planning .... u can feel it in the air ...
pandals , chat thelas , jhulas all have come up in the city ...

to all of us my ma durga give her best blessings ..

enjoy

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