Festival Of Lights

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Happy Diwali, Folks.

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  1. Happy Diwali to you too, NS. πŸ™‚

    • πŸ™‚ How is your Diwali going? Written about it yet? (Am little behind reading blogs right now)

  2. Hey there! I don’t know how I landed on your blog, but I am glad I did. Have been reading your posts, and loved them. Blogrolling you. Will be back to read more.

    I am a big lover of travel, too, and hence could relate to your posts a lot. Particularly loved your posts on travel in Gujarat. I am a Tam-Brahm, brought up in Ahmedabad, now settled in Bangalore. I didn’t even know there were so many places to explore in Gujarat in spite of having lived there for 25 years!!

    • πŸ˜€ Thank u so much!

      Glad to know that you liked Ahmedabad. Many outsiders don’t like Gujarat, but well, you weren’t an outsider, I suppose. 25 years! Long time! Bangalore would have been a big contrast no??

      • @NS

        Yes, Bangalore was quite different from Ahmedabad, but I have gotten to love this place too, after being here for 4 years now. πŸ™‚

        I wasn’t an outsider in Ahmedabad. I am more of a Gujju than a Tamilian, leaning more towards Gujju food and culture than Tamilian.

        I have always heard of people who go to Ahmedabad falling in love with it – for different reasons, its food, its peace, the shopping, the clothes, the people, its small-town yet mega-city experience, etc etc.

        I LOVE Ahmedabad. It will be home to me always, though, very soon, I won’t have my family house there any more.

      • Same like me! We are originally from Maharashtra (though Hindi speaking) and have been here since 25+ years. You are right about Ahmedabad – its a total cosmo place. People from all kinds of state live there and love to live their forever.

        Sad that you will letting go of the family home 😦

        PS: I am not Gujju but like you, am an adopted Gujju πŸ™‚

      • Are you a Gujju, too?

  3. Belated Diwali wishes to you Neha. I meant to send this to you a long time ago –http://www.dnambiartravelblog.com/2012/11/notable-travel-posts-tipsyfromthetrip.html

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Btw, When’s SJ happening?

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