Friday, October 24, 2008

Happy Diwali

I want to wish all my friends a very very happy deepawali ......Many of my friends might not be knowing that this a very big festival in India. It is a festival of light. Just like Christmas we celebrate it for many days. This time diwali is on 28 th but 3 days prior to this there are many other ceremonies. This has a gr8 importance in India as it is related to our Gods...Especially it is said that if you pray sincerely to goddess Laxmi (Goddess of wealth ) then all your wishes come true. Every house is lighted by lights and candles.People visit each other and wish evey one with good wishes. It is very similar to christmas.So I wish you all - A very happy Diwali - And pray for good health, happiness, success, fame & wealth....from &


mary alice gerken said...

and a very happy Diwali to you also. May Laxmi bring you wealth and happiness for the coming year

Cate Starrr said...

thanks for this info- and Happy Diwali!

Alfee Teoh said...

Happy Deepawali ,Happy New Year to you!

Ashutosh Datta said...

Myspace Diwali Comments

Tegin Nitefey said...

HAPPY DIWALI. Growing up this was always one of my favorite times of year. My Auntie and Uncle who lived next door would always bring a big tray of goodies and food. My favorite and you will have to excuse me if I spell this wrong was the pershade. It was a wonderful dessert made from cream of wheat cereal. I would give my left arm to have a recipe for it now so I could make some for my son. I can still taste it to this day. I will see if I can talk my dad into picking up some Pistachio Barfie.(Sorry for anything I have spelled wrong here) Blessings to yo this Diwali. HUGS

RituBala-Astrologer Vastu Consultant said...

I want to thank you all and I wish you all were here and we could celebrate this festival. Its nice to hear from you,sidhequeen about your old memories.....and I wish you were here......That is parshad and the sweet dish you hv mentioned is called kheer, Today we buy gold or silver and then special prayers are done...I too did litle bit of shopping today....I think I will be busy with all the excitement of the festival for next two day....I will try and visit you all...but if I am not able to visit...please understand...You all will be in my prayers....HAPPY DIWALI TO ALL OF YOU..

Tegin Nitefey said...

Ritu my sweet friend, I wish I was there with you too.:) Thank you so much for telling me about the parshad. I found some recipies for it the other day after writing this and tired one but it wasn't right so I will be sure to look for ones under that name. The one I made was okay but my Aunties was much richer and more smooth and tasty.:)
As for visiting don't you worry about a thing, you just be sure to enjoy your Diwali and may you receive all the blessings, wealth, luck and love that you so richly deserve. HAPPY DIWALI and HUGS

RituBala-Astrologer Vastu Consultant said...

Thanks for your good wishes I wish you all the same


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