Yesterday was Diwali and as usual I was way too excited for it. Sharing some pictures. Have a look!


Oh, hi that’s me doing random. haha


This is my rangoli. Praise me later please! haha

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Also, happy diwali! 😀


25 Comments Add yours

  1. Happy Diwali Khushboo!! ❤ I love all your pics and you are so adorable!! 🙂

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  2. izza ifzaal says:

    Happy diwali. .great shots

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    1. Thanks. And happy diwali to you too.


  3. msbukky says:

    Hindi movies introduced me to world of Diwali celebration. Can’t wait to visit India. Happy Diwali, Khushboo.

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    1. You’re more than welcome here. Come, we’ll meet (maybe). Happy Diwali to you too. Lots of love. ❤

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  4. Bhavika says:

    Love all your pictures! Happy Diwali xo

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    1. More love to you. ❤

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      1. Bhavika says:

        Thank you that’s very sweet of you

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  5. Ooh I love the third pic the most. So colourful! *-*
    What is in it? Flower petals and candels?

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    1. Yeah, Flower petals and diyas. It took me one big hour. 😀

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      1. What is diyas… colours?

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      2. Diyas are small cup-shaped oil lamp made of baked clay, with a cotton wick dipped in ghee or vegetable oils.

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    1. Indeed! You should also try it. 🙂

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  6. faixie says:

    Wow lovely decorations

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  7. Happy celebration though belated. I am still to learn about Diwali. Please, tell me. What is it?

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    1. Hey! thanks. Diwali is celebrated to commemorate the victory of good over the evil, when Lord Rama defeated Ravana and rescued his wife Sita from his custody. It is predominantly a five-day festival, with a number of customs and rituals followed during each day. People prepare themselves for the festival weeks ahead, by cleaning and decorating their homes. Everyone dress up in new clothes on this day to illuminate their home with diyas (Light lamps made of clay). People share sweets and gifts with their relatives and friends. It symbolizes the victory of righteousness and the lifting of spiritual darkness. It is the celebration of victory of good over evil – and the glory of light. 🙂


      1. It is really a big celebration. Thank you very much for giving me this very good explanation.

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      2. My pleasure sir. 🙂


  8. Bahut Khub.Khushboo ji.

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