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A time to celebrate..

Is this a compliment?




Indian Institute of Mass Communication(IIMC),Dhenkanal


A sunset at Dhenkanal






To all my readers....

This is my 26th post and it calls for celebration.I want to dedicate this post to my hometown-Dhenkanal(Orissa,India).
Famous Laxmi Puja of Dhenkanal
(14th October-23 October,2008)
I'll be back soon,till then keep smiling....

Comments

Harshita said…
Nice post... :)

Do come back soon.
ANWESA said…
@harshita,
thanx..
mayz said…
come back soon...n enjoy d pujas :)
Kartz said…
Ah... Pooja time! Glory days in Kolkata...

Have fun. Peace and blessed be.
Vinz aka Vinu said…
native place always stay close to heart..enjoy your times..!!

:)
Rakesh said…
hehe congo congo
Priya Joyce said…
njoy the poojas dear cum bakk soon hav fun
Pooja said…
Happy Puja dear...

wen i saw "A Time To Celebrate" as d topic of ur post...i was lyk,"since wen has dis gurl startd celebratn' end of internals"...;)
Pooja said…
Cuttack rocks in DP...
RiverSoul said…
Seek blessings for everyone there.
:)
Its not all who are lucky to be there at the time of pooja.
:)
Enjoy.
:)
Be right back
:)
Diana said…
Hi Anwesa...Happy Dusshera n Laxmi Puja.....Badhiya lageni ehi time ta...with so much festivity in air......

BTW, ur tagged...check out my post
Hemanth Potluri said…
Good pics anwe...and Have a good time with the poja's..:)..and come bac soon :)..will be missin u :)..

urs..hemu..
brocasarea said…
enjoy the brk!!...:)...congrats!
ANWESA said…
@mayz,
i'll b back soon,i'll b bac b4 puja..
ANWESA said…
@kartz,
thanx,wish i cud see kolkatta during durga puja..
ANWESA said…
@vinz aka vinu,
thanx 4 complimenting..
ANWESA said…
@rakesh,
wat did u say?
ANWESA said…
@priya joyce,
hey,i'll b back too soon..
ANWESA said…
@pooja,
ya,it was a coincidence dat the class tests ended at this tym.ya,cuttack rocks in dp,happy tyms ahead..
ANWESA said…
@riversoul,
i'll pray 4 evry1 4 sure,i'll b bac in a jiffy..
ANWESA said…
@diana,
puja abhinandan..
well,i tried the "need" tag n guess wat..my own posts n comments came in results..so i guess its a nice feeling..i don't think i need anything else...
ANWESA said…
@hemanth potluri,
thanx 4 appreciating,i'll b bac too soon..
ANWESA said…
@brocasarea,
thanx 4 wishing me..
Divya said…
enjoy =)

and lovely cake :D
Keshi said…
Happy 26th post hun!

Genius u r! :)

Keshi.
Trinaa said…
i want that cake!!!
ANWESA said…
@divya,
thanx,take a piece of it(cake) dearie..
ANWESA said…
@keshi,
thanx 4 d compliment..
ANWESA said…
@trinaa,
its all urs beby..
ANWESA said…
@peter,
thanx,same 2 u..
Rajesh said…
Too good....nice pics
ANWESA said…
@rajesh,
thanx..
Wow
Well done... Silver Jublieeee congrats :)

Keep writin gal :)
ANWESA said…
@me mini mini mouse,
thanx..
*~*{Sameera}*~* said…
My blog has the same reading level too :)

The cake is sooo yummy!Nice pics dear.
ANWESA said…
@sameera,
thanx...
ROSA E OLIVIER said…
"love is the one who masters all things."

Mawlãnã Rumi...for you

your blog is beautiful!thank....oh i like poems of India!
ANWESA said…
@rosa e olivier,
thanx 4 reading..keep blogging n visiting..
Aneesh said…
Congrats for the 26th post...
Keep posting..
see yah
:)
Aparna said…
the pics are so good!
ANWESA said…
@APARNA,
THANX..

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