Mahima Dundy
Green, Red, Yellow coloured chandelier style kandeels are dangling from the banyan tree. Every time a gust of wind comes, ...
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Twinkling Diyas

On the day of Nutan Varsh, I with my family in the temple town of Nathdwara, Rajasthan, were walking briskly ...
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Traditions Ver 2.0

Diwali doesn't need an introduction. The Festival of Lights, is celebrated with equal fervour and gaiety by the young and ...
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The Unforgettable Diwali Night

My Wretched Diwali Diwali is the festival of light and colour, the only time when the entire city drapes a ...
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My Wretched Diwali

0/5 0 ratings 0 ratingsX 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Exactly 70 years ago, when Hindus and Muslims of India ...
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Diwali Diaries 1947

October 22nd 1956. A date that changed my life completely. I know it’s hard to believe, that a simple date ...
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When I Met My Sunil Dutt..

"Hurry up”, Jayu said to her older brother Shrikant. They were running late; it was 10 am. All the other ...
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Diwali 1970

I was phasing out again. It wasn't a pleasant scene for anyone to see. Like the rotten fruit that a ...
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Hold The Light

“Ajji, where are you?” Kamala looked up from the frying pan bubbling with the jaggery paste, to locate the source ...
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A New Beginning

Diwali has always been a hassle. We would shrink seeing the neighbours making endless trips to the market and bringing ...
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The Cost of Smiles

Imran was extremely happy about two things as he left his dilapidated apartment in a Mahim chawl. One, that it ...
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The Inner Light

It was a Diwali when I was born. It is not auspicious. I am Ishaque Ali. I was born in ...
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Let There Be Light