Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Good morning/Good afternoon/Good evening my friends, wherever you are! This is 11:30 pm., 10th October, Wednesday here in India and I’m sitting in front of my P.C. for you! Hope you all are doing well. I’m fine as well as.
Friends, 11 days to go for Durga Puja! Happy days are almost started. This is the season when a plenty of Siuli (a white, fragrant, autumnal flower) and Kash (a kind of white, autumnal flower) we can see in India; especially West Bengal. These flowers are symbol of autumn in India. They are messengers of Ma Durga; symbol of happiness for Bengalis. Siuli is an essential flower in prayer of Goddess Durga and Kass is used at the top of Dhak (an Indian musical instrument, is used in many festivals) for decoration. So, to see these flowers, we are getting very happy and starting the countdown for the Shard Utsav (the Autumn Festival).
That’s all for today.  Have a nice day/afternoon/evening! Namaskar.


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