Happy Deepavali !!!

One more Deepavali is in front of us; firstly let me wish you all “A Very Happy & Prosperous Deepavali to you and your Family

Everyone knows Deepavali is a festival of colours and most of them enjoy by burning crackers, This in other side causes a Environment, Sound pollution etc… However I don’t have right to ask people stop doing this but everyone should take care minimum precautions about environment like not dumping the empty cartoons, half burned crackers on road etc.

It is everyone’s responsibility to protect our environment & keep our city clean!

4 Comments so far

  1. PSU (unregistered) on October 21st, 2006 @ 7:30 pm

    Happy Deepawali to ALL

    Please keep the colorful pictures of the markets bustling with people in their colorful clothes, the temples full of people in their finery and the bursting patakis!! We expats would love to see such scenes. I just drooled over the pictures of the diyas. Now light them and send them on to us :-)

    HAPPY DEEPAWALI again to one and all

  2. sou (unregistered) on October 22nd, 2006 @ 1:17 pm

    if any non-kannada speaking people want to know how to wish “happy diwali” in kannada, it’s..

    “DeepavaLiya SubhaashayagaLu” :)

  3. Good_info (unregistered) on October 23rd, 2006 @ 1:07 pm
  4. Satish (unregistered) on October 24th, 2006 @ 11:57 am

    The last few days in Bangalore were real hell for me. It was a potent mix of air and noise pollution. The whole city was engulfed in smoke and noise and people blatantly disregarded directives by the police not to burst crackers in residential areas, near hospitals and on the main roads. There had been a death in my flat and the people staying there had not yet recovered from that. Yet people in the entire residential area were making merry, bursting crackers, even after 10 pm, the deadline set by the police.

    Diwali is becoming a festival of noise, destroying the very sanctity of the festival in India. What is at display is ugly exhibition of money power and a pathetic demonstration of how a few people can make life hell for others.

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