Diwali ’11

Waiting for Diwali is like waiting for your birthday. You wait the whole year and then ‘BANG’ it’s gone in a jiffy.
But, its a different story that I don’t wait for birthdays anymore, because they bring news of you getting older. On the other hand, it also means my son is growing up. You see, I have this wierd habit of straying from the topic. So, shall we go back to Diwali.

This was our first Diwali outside Bangalore, away from home, in our new home. 🙂
It was a memorable one. I have to thank GOD that I had a couple of friends with me and some very nice neighbours who helped make our Diwali really bright and happy.

I hadn’t seen so many lights during Diwali, before. Everyone (almost) decorates their balconies with serial lights.
The shopping malls and all shops are bursting at the seems with people. Shopping, shopping and more shopping. Not to mention, eating and more eating.
Being in an apartment complex has some plus points. The evening of Diwali saw everyone come down in the garden area and there was a grand display of fireworks.

Leaving you with some pictures.

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