Friday, November 13, 2015

Diwali 2015

The thought of spending the first Diwali away from home was driving me into a state of depression since days altogether. But things started to look good when one of my close friend from office invited me over for lunch. The thought of going over to their place made me all excited and happy. The visit itself turned out to be awesome. Great company together with fabulous food.

What increased the happiness was the fact that my roommate was also here for Diwali and she had this rangoli and a mini celebration thing all planned. So all in all it was not a depressing, boring diwali I had thought it to be.In fact it was quite the opposite. I will let the pictures do all the talking.

Do let me know about your diwali in the comments below:



  1. Awesome Rangoli, Sneha and glad you had fun. You are dazzling in white like the swan:)

  2. A white swan ex post facto black swan event.

    Clear sky after nemesis.

    Beautiful world with no admirer.

  3. Sorry I was a bit late in reading this post, but never mind, I can still share my view.

    Good to know you had a great Diwali. Everything in the photos is bright and nice - you, your friend and the rangoli with diyas :)

    I have been living in England since 2011, so never got the chance to celebrate a proper Diwali but the festival means a lot to me as I spend time with friends, chat on skype with family and eat lots of special food and Indian sweets :)