There are many Hindu festivals in a year , each with deeper meaning of life , righteousness , mindfulness , duty , phases of life , family life. Of all , Diwali is the festival of lights ; signifying triumph of good over evil. We keep small clay made lamps in the house . The name “Diwali” comes from “Deepavali ” which means row of lamps ( “Deepa” or “Diya”).
It’s my little in-house joke – I remember we all work on certain technologies only when new iphones arrive in the market with all its updated features and newer iOS version. Everyone I know , everyone I read/ see in real life talks about iphone features , colors , versions , marketing strategies ; even people who are nowhere close to technology tweet about cool phone colors and OS performance. Continue reading “Fridays!”→
Have you ever felt that your life has been a popular stage show and every other person wanted to rewrite your script? And maybe , you are actually not glossophobic but people think of you something like that because you choose to ignore things most of the times !
Some moments change your life , others just change the season. 🙂
I love balloons; to me , they signify colors of butterfly , freedom of birds ; yet they are life-less. When you let them fly you don’t worry about their safety in an unknown destination; you can cut all material attachments easily and let your love fly away. Continue reading “Story of a Blue Balloon & little sky”→
I grew up in a country where ” conventional love”s are not what we read on books ! If we are talking about Girl meets the Boy and falls in love , eventually gets married to him and lives happily there after – then YES with a twist! Continue reading “A Lot Like Love….”→
Too many incidents happen in this world just because we are too involved in ourselves , our city boundary, our habits, our culture , our country , our food, our religion – as if we are going to give up living just to prove “ours is the only way”. History shows that “ours is the only way” caused many incidents – not the good ones , of course.. Continue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge :Culture : The Never changing Moon”→