Monday, 13 October 2014

Diwali With Family

Diwali is an important festival of India, our nation.
Diwali is called the "Festival of Lights"as there's illumination.

 

During celebrations it is sad to be away from one's family.
Festivals are for get-together & to enjoy together happily!

Wishing over phone or through emails or SMS is not as much fun...
Everyone dreams of real meetings & being a part of the celebration.

A Diwali Meeting is much better than an SMS Greeting-
One is real & face-to-face; while the other is in digital space! :)

'Characters-limit' between the two may be noted!
Real Meeting=Unlimited Talktime ; SMS Greeting=Limited!

This Diwali, no e-milan (e-meeting)
Celebrate with Family with sweets, FUN & real greeting!

Being with our family, hearts can be filled with cheer!
How lovely to celebrate together with near & dear!

This year, October 23rd is Diwali.
Hope you get to celebrate Diwali with your Family!


Happy Diwali to you & your Family!
Be safe & enjoy a sweet & sparkling Diwali happily!

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26 comments:

  1. No e Milan indeed. I am taking a flight home this 18th to be with my family after 10 whole months. I am soooooooo excited.

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    1. That's lovely, Red :) Wow! Milan with family after 10 months :)
      Happy Diwali! Enjoy!

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  2. Of course I am...
    I had planned my travel 60 days before and tickets were booked.
    But, every recently came to know that in Kerala, Diwali will be celebrated on 22nd Oct.
    I will reach on 23rd only.
    Apart from that hitch, all is well I guess!

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    1. Aww! Now just a day late...
      Wish we could just change/update the travel date.
      Anyway, it's Diwali when we are with loved ones.
      Plus, you can always celebrate on 23rd with the rest of the nation!
      Best wishes! Happy Diwali :)

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  3. Ya I'm... it's too early to wish you... and do I have to remind you not to play with sound :-P

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    1. Never mind, Anunoy. Advance wishes all the same :)
      I love Diwali for many other reasons than the sound :P Cheers!

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  4. I sure intend to, provided work permits me to :(

    Sad that something that is only a small aspect of your life should make you miss out on the larger things in life, simply because it pays you.

    Cheers
    CRD

    Do drop by mine

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    1. True.
      Hope you get to visit your family.
      Whenever we are together with our family, it's time for festivity!
      Special festivals like Diwali makes it more special.
      Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. I'll be working on Diwali but should beat hone to munch on mithai, my dinner. Absolutely love festival of light:)

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    1. That's great, Vishal!
      Enjoy the mithai!
      Happy Diwali!

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  6. 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 Happy Diwali Quotes posted here

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    1. Thanks Dhaval :)
      Welcome to my Blog!
      Wish you a Happy Diwali!

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  7. Of course yes!! I never want to miss Diwali with my family. I am traveling this weekend and going to have an extended stay. Can't wait any more!!

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    1. That's wonderful to know, Madhavi!
      Best wishes to you & your family!

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  8. Feeling sad... We are not able to be with our family during this Deepavali but, the very next week we would be in native :( Feeling more sad because, people fire too much crackers here :(

    Anyways, TC... Keep smiling :)

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    1. Aww! Never mind, Sindhu!
      Have a safe & Happy Diwali wherever you are.
      Wish everyone was a bit more sensitive while bursting crackers...
      Tough for the very young, the elderly & the sick... and also tough for sensitive people like you and me...

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    2. Thank you dear :) Yes, I wish the same...

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    3. Thanks dear :) Hope you enjoyed!

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  9. To celebrate festival with family...nothing can be happier and more joyful...:-)

    Wish you and your family a very happy Diwali Anita... :-)

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    1. Truly Mani!
      A very Happy Diwali to you & your family :)

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  10. So, Diwali is celebrated today there! :)
    Happy Diwali :)

    Btw, is it normal for this blog to keep asking for word verification or do I look like spam? :D

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    1. Teny, yes Diwali is celebrated today here. I guess in the South, it was celebrated yesterday, right?
      Happy Diwali!

      No, I have disabled word verification as I despise it. You shouldn't be asked the same from my Blog...
      Pretty strange. Need to check... Sorry for the inconvenience.

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  11. A very happy Diwali to you and your family !

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    1. Thanks Paresh! Happy Diwali to you & your family :)

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