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Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Haiku Heights #284 ~ September Heights Day 11 ~ Tradition



                            Bride's first step
                   nuptial home now her own
                    keeps tradition alive .                            
                                                       
                                                                                                                   





Your Well-being...            

  Sister puts tilak
         prays for  brother well being       
            maintain  bhaiduj  tradition.   











Family praying at Diwali photo


Blessed by parents
 family prays on Diwali night
                its celebration time. 









pics  courtesy google


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27 comments:

  1. bride's first step reminded me of my own first day in sasural. loved all the three :)

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    1. Yes Jigyasa, no girl can forget her entry to her saural. It is an emotional moment.

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  2. And that's India for you...
    Rich with traditions...
    Nice!

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    1. Yes Satya there are many more traditional rituals in our country which are memorable.Thanks.

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  3. All the three different Haiku point toward our rich traditions and culture. The first image of a bride entering with Laxmi feet is so beautiful.

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    1. Thank you Kalpana.Our country has so many rich traditions of great significance.

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  4. Ma'am, The first Haiku and the pic is a delight.

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    1. Welcome Sunita to my post. I am glad you liked it.

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  5. Nice pictures and haiku about our traditions.

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    1. Thank you Rama. We get a satisfaction when we adhere to our traditions.

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  6. these wonderful moments are our life force so lovingly described by you......great haiku experience Ushaji..

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    1. Thanks Sumana.All these traditions are part of our rich culture.

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  7. This sums up the Indian traditions so articulately, Usha. Well done!

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    1. Out traditions depict our rich culture. Is'nt it Panchali?

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  8. Some old customs and traditions which have withstood the test of time, as we still see it practiced!!

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    1. YES Nanka, they have mingled very well in our daily life.

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  9. Some really beautiful traditions that we follow :-)

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    1. Thank you Amrit. Some of our customs are really interesting.

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  10. Wonderful :D. Loved all of them.

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    1. Thanks Gaurang. Glad that you liked them.

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    1. You are correct. All traditions are very powerful.

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  12. The articulation of tradition here has come very dainty.

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