Festival of lights…

Its Diwali today ,the colourful festival of lights..
Light -a source which expels darkness and illuminates our surroundings and us.

In Indian culture , traditional diyas are used to light up every home .

Every corner,every door and each passage is lighted!

True! a corner always needs more light than anything else,for the corners always reamian in dark whether in mind or heart.

Today I just want to wish all my fellow bloggers A very happy Diwali and would love to share the celebration at my homeplace…

With light ! O! LOrd!

Bestow on us the divine grace,

For we grope in darkness..

and keep falling more!….

With your Gracious presence ..

we shall be endowed

with a ray to illuminate our souls…

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  1. Thank you and Happy Diwali to you and your family Soumyav! Your daughter is precious and lovely and your home is beautiful! Be forever blessed my sister!

    • Thank you so much Wendell for your kind and lovely wishes! My family joins me in thanking you for the same!

    • Thanks my dear! and wish you a very happy diwali too! hope its more wonderful in Singapore!

  2. Happy Dipawali to all my friends here!
    And the post was beautiful, the night flashed back!
    I am celebrating it again today….woooo!!!

  3. Hi Soumya,
    Beatiful pics. Thanks for sharing them with us. It is nice to see your sweet daughter with here cute mother. My loving greeting to your sweet little daughter :-)

  4. lovely pictures soumya… happy diwali. I hope you enjoyed it! :-) and your daughter is so cute..just love her pics!

  5. Happy Diwali to you my good friend, and all your family – I have very fond memories of celebrating Diwali with friends over the years..

    • Thank you very much for your wishes! would surely like to hear about the experience in one of your stories someday!

  6. happy all your times ,,, happy Diwali for you :) and may GOD bless all your days
    very nice photos and place :)

      • it was a hard week because of so many things,, enough it is the exams season at my university,,, fortunately, we have 2d as vacation thursday and friday.
        thank you soo much Soumya, you are so kind, missed your poems a lot.

    • Thank you so much for going through this! Iam glad you could know about this festival from my post! its the most important one of India,where the every nook and corner of a city,town,village,house is decorated and lighted up with lights,specially made from mud clay,filled with oil in it and wick is burnt .This traditional way of lighting gives a different aura to the atmosphere than the usual electrical lights..

  7. Your rangoli and decorations were just fabulous dear! I loved all your pics. Simply amazing. Hope you really enjoyed diwali in every way.

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