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Saturday, October 25, 2008

Celebrating Diwali the Telugu way Round-the-world


Telugu Cultural Association of Greater Toronto's Greetings For the Deepavali


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  • 20 comments:

    Buddha said...

    Do you know if there is a Hindu community in Los Angeles?

    Tan.wiratchada said...

    Hi! I am a Buddhism. But I pray Ganesha at home every week as I believe by blessing.

    Thank you for sharing this knowledge.

    "May Divine Blessings Shine Upon You! Happy Diwali~*"

    Best Regards,
    Tan;)

    Dual said...

    Hello my friend..
    very beautiful and interesting post.
    Good day
    Dual

    @_raj said...

    Happy Deepawali. May this deepawali bring peace and properity to you and your family. Take care and enjOy the festive season.

    Annie said...

    Festival of lights and happy Deepavali to all Hindu devotees.

    AnAestheticBard said...

    May this auspicious festival of lights illumine your mind’s sky and bring you all happiness. I wish you a very happy Deepavali. Let the effulgence of your Self bask in the
    glory of pure existence, knowledge and bliss.

    Soma said...

    Hi thanks for leaving a message. Happy Diwali!

    Come over to www.ecurry.com and visit me too:-D

    regards
    Soma

    Vishnu Ghimire said...

    Good Colletion of Blog you have.. Keep it up..

    All the best!

    timethief said...

    May this wonderful festival of light be an ausipcious occasion for all.

    "May the long time sun shine upon you, all love surround you, and the pure light within you, Guide your way on."

    Happy Diwali

    Mel Avila Alarilla said...

    Happy Diwali to you and your family. Peace and blessings be upon you all. Thanks for the post. God bless.

    Madhu said...

    Wishing you a Happy Diwali glowing with peace, joy and prosperity for all your family members. your collection is amazing and thinkingful....

    Thanks
    Hyderbadbazar

    Silentsurfur said...

    Hello everyone from FL.

    Happy Dipavali...

    SBA said...

    What a wonderful celebration. Happiness to all during this season.

    Dexter(QuoteGuy) said...

    Happy Diwali. Celebrate a little extra for me. FYI...I was born in Trinidad so it's great to see that this festival of lights is celebrated all over the world. I knew we were connected. Have a great time. Many blessings!

    Free Money Maker said...

    happy diwali guys.Hope it will bring more happines and peace for you and your family.I am from blog vata;louge,thank for your wshes i my dashboard.

    Bangladeshi Hindu said...

    Great Post! Happy Diwali to the Hyderabadi brothers! Hope you all getting the most of this occasion.

    "But I pray Ganesha at home every week as I believe by blessing."

    Great to know, tan.wiratchada. I have a small ganesha murti right beside my computer. It motivates me to keep going.

    Hopefully it does the same for you.

    Jai Sri Ram!

    kavya said...

    Nice blog.

    Happy Diwali to you and your family.

    Vivek Barun said...

    happy diwali to you too.

    IndianPie said...

    With gleam of Diyas
    And the Echo of the Chants
    May Happiness and Contentment Fill Your life
    Wishing you a very happy and prosperous Diwali !

    Vijay said...

    Cool post.

    Very interesting blog with various types of posts.

    Keep up the service.