Monday, October 31, 2005

Diwali lights!!

I am again back to my efforts with the camera. I love this season. The twinkling little lights, the shopping, the sound of music and laughter from every house. I hate the crackers though. But I guess you can't have everything.

The first pic is from my bedroom window, the second from the front balcony. The lights look so pretty and everything has a festive feel to it.

The third pic is my bedroom balcony. I plan to put up some more lights tonight. The fourth picture is the building entrace seen from high up, all lit up. I spent a lot of time hanging over the balcony and watching the lights.

The last pic is from my kitchen window. The lights outside are not too clear but I liked the pic.

Happy Diwali to all. Have fun, guys.


Anonymous sherriff said...

Wishing you and your family a very happy Diwali...I remember in my childhood I was so excited for this festival...use to start busting crackers two week before the festival...and now three days ago I was asking a colleague....when is Diwali..on 1st or 2nd...where has all the fun has become synonymous with after another....anyway lets forget all this and enjoy the festivities with family and freind

2:59 pm  
Blogger Ashish Gupta said...

wow! celebrating the 'festival of lights' :)
me gotta get a hang of these too by moving out in city- nothing much on college campus :(
And hows ur leg? I wish it to be well off by now.
Hey wish you too an amazing diwali and a fruitful year ahead :) take care.

5:14 pm  
Blogger Chakra Sampath said...

Happy Diwali Anumita!

7:21 pm  
Blogger Sujit said...

its nice to see things with lamps.. something beautiful about it!!.. HAppy deepavali..

9:32 pm  
Blogger Prerona said...

hey! happy diwali! twinkling little lights ... nice :)

feeling to lethargi to get caught up in the holiday spirit

9:52 pm  
Anonymous Sudarshan said...

Hey anumita...real nice pics u've put up here..wish you and your family a very happy diwali and a prosperous new year..hope you have fun!!
Cheers and Keep Posting..

10:17 pm  
Anonymous Ash said...

Happy Deepavali to you and your family, have a wonderful year ahead !

11:21 pm  
Blogger Parna said...

pretty pics Anumita. Thanks.

A very Happy Diwali to you and your family. have a great year ahead.

1:49 am  
Blogger shub said...

pretty pretty pics! :) deepavali wishes to you too!
really nice ssing the pics...reminds me of home...yes I did take your advice, and went put and bought some diyas :D

5:25 am  
Blogger Nupur said...

Very pretty pics!! :D

Happy Deepawali to you too.....
My your and your loved ones' lives be full to happiness and light!

5:32 am  
Blogger anahita said...

Wishing you and your loved ones a very Happy Diwali.. Lovely pics!

9:14 am  
Blogger Abhishek said...

hi,wishing u,ur family,n ppl close to u a very happy diwali...liked the pics.

3:20 pm  
Blogger Abhishek said...

one more thing......although no 1 has tagged me.
i'll try my hand @ the 7 tag...lets c if i'll get it right.

3:28 pm  
Blogger transience said...

that's just lovely. happy diwali.

5:00 pm  
Blogger Arz000n said...

There are lotsa lights outside your window's...


Me need to see what all is around mine now...I can only hear firecrackers right now..hehehe

Happy Diwali!!
Enjoy and take care

8:21 pm  
Blogger The Comic Project said...

nice lights...great blog...agree with you on Bombay (oct 04 post)

9:17 pm  
Blogger Arundhati said...

Good job with the camera :-)! Happy Diwali Girl..also Happy Diwali to all the guys and gals above!


11:38 pm  
Blogger GratisGab said...

Love the kitchen drapes!

12:58 am  
Blogger Swathi said...

Thanks a ton for the wishes and hope u had a great Diwali.

have to agree with Gabby - luv those kitchen curtains

1:29 pm  
Blogger Stone said...

Hope u had fabulous time!!!!

2:02 pm  
Blogger Rat said...

To you too. Hope it was fun. Lovely photos.

3:24 pm  
Blogger anumita said...

sherriff: Thanks. Diwali was on the 1st but you can celebrate the whole week. :)

ashish: Leg is good enough to leap, plunge and dance! So did you get out and see the lights?

chakra: Thank you and I know you had fun at your party.

sujit: You are right. I did put a few oil diyas on the balcony but too much breeze to last long.

prerona: And what did you do?

sudarshan: Thank you very much.

ash: Thanks and I hope you had a lovely time too.

parna: You too? Did you have a party?

shub: Great! I hope you ate some nice Indian sweets too and have a lovely time.

nupur: And how's diwali in Melbourne? I am sure you cooked up some amazing stuff.

anahita: Welcome and I wish you a very happy diwali too.

abhishek: Thank you. Go ahead. There is no right or wrong in a tag thing. Just a way of knowing someone better.

transience: Thanks dear.

arz000n: Yes, plenty of pretty lights all around here. How about your side?

the comic project: Thank you and welcome.

arundhati: Thanks. Did you guys do anything special?

gratis: thanks :)

swathi:Thank you too.

stone: I did. You?

rat: Thank you. It was wonderful.

7:33 pm  
Blogger Truth Fairy said...

Happy Diwali :-)

9:00 pm  
Blogger kickassso said...

no celebrations for me:(

6:30 am  
Blogger Arz000n said...

I neva peeped outta window.. misssing diwali and its lightings now


Anyway, Greetz!!
Have a nice Sunday ahead.

10:30 am  
Blogger Weary Hag said...

As you know, I am a stranger to this holiday, but while reading through some people's posts, I'm beginning to learn about it! I hope you had a most wonderful time ... it sure sounds it! I love the photos. Keep them coming!

5:49 pm  
Anonymous pallavi said...

bhal ahise... you will learn only when you keep clicking.. click anything that you see...

12:44 pm  
Blogger UD said...

good pics.

1:55 am  

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