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Greetings to you Joseph, I must say your pictures does you credit, Hope you and your family are well.Take care.Yvonne.
Hi Joseph,Happy Onam. It all looks very colourful and jolly as usual - an occasion celebrated by all communities in Kerala.JI
Woww!!!!!! Beautiful Pictures. I Really Wish To See Onam Celebrations Anytime In My Life. Thanks A Lot For Sharing Sir :) :)
Happy Onam-though a tad belatedSimple yet lovely pookkalamThe sadya looks tempting!!The sad part here in cities is that its been years since we have seen thumba poo We make do with jasmine!
Beautiful pictures. All pictures have the sense of your interesting cultures.
Lovely pictures, Joseph. I wasn't sure what Onam meant but I looked it up. Hope you had a very happy day.
ha. love all the colors and the tata there at the end...smiles. great to see your smiling face as well...happy onam!
Wow love th e photos, the food an d saris. Hapy Oman.Today is Raksha Bandhan too.
Happy Onam to you and family, Joseph. I like Banana Leaf Rice. Enjoy the rest of your week! :-)
Happy Onam to you Joseph. You always have the most colorful pictures, I enjoy them very much. Have a nice evening.
Glorious Onam to you, Joe.
Hi Joseph! Happy Onam! Sorry for the rush!! I’ll be off for my official week holiday but Blogtrotter Two will be showing you the road to a wonderful setting: Costa Smeralda!! Enjoy, leave your comments and have a great weekend and week ahead!
Happy Onam to you too.I wonder why our people keep such a dead pan expression (in the first picture)People are lined up on both sides of the street to watch. At least one smile would have made a difference.
friend,I realy like your flower carpet, I hope you enjoyed your harvest fest. Thank you ofr sharing these pictures of a wonderful legend. I always look forward to your posts.
Beautiful pictures...the food seemed amazing!!!Thanks for sharing a generous amount Me. Joseph :))I love the way Melanie describes rangoli as a flower carpet :))
Wow... That's a great Onam Pookalam and looks like a sumptuous Sadya meals!!! Happy Onam Joseph cheta!!!In Search of Pusa HillsOne more LBD - Little Black Dress
Happy belated Onam wishes. That Pookolam looks very beautiful, and of course the elai sapadhu. Must have had a great time with family and friends.Been away for nearly 25 days touring the US, and also visiting our son. Though we thoroughly enjoyed every bit of America, it is good to be back home.Have a great week, Bye.
hi Joseph, beautiful pictures! happy Onam u too and family!Luis
Lovely photographs sir. Onam comes and goes no doubt... but your snaps and script makes it lively and more beautiful. May God bless u and fly.