Sunday, September 15, 2013

ONAM CELEBRATIONS IN KERALA

ONAM FESTIVAL HAS COME AGAIN. KERALITES ARE SPENDING HUGE AMOUNT OF MONEY IN BUY CLOTHES,DECORATING THEIR HOUSES WITH POOKALAM, BUYING TV'S,FRIDES AND OTHER ELECTRONIC GOODS. THERE ARE COLORFUL PROCESSIONS ALL OVER THE PLACE. HERE ARE SOME PHOTOS FOR YOUR VIEWING PLEASURE. ENJOY
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19 comments:

  1. oh wow...those men painted as tigers is awesome...happy celebration Joseph! thanks for the view in...and so great to see you...it has been some time...

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  2. Wonderful photos. Thanks for stopping by my blog today.

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  3. thanks for sharing these colourful festivities!

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  4. Thanks for you comment. Photos are fascinating but it sound almost American that these folks are spending more money than they need to. Isn't food, drink and fellowship enough? I love the painted bellies...not everyone can carry that look well.

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  5. What colorful photos! The painted bodies are very interesting.

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  6. Namaste....
    wonderful delights for the eyes. What is the purpose of ONAM?

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  7. Thank you for your visit and comment, your pictures are very good, and so many costumes, In the one picture it looks like they are wearing stilts! Where do you live? You said my blog name is your church's motto, what church do you attend? I see you have been blogging for about three years...

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  8. Beautiful photos, and looks like a fun event!

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  9. Thank you for capturing and sharing the spirit of festivities.

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  10. Hello Smart Indian, many thanks for leaving a comment. Unfortunately I am unable to get your blog. Please look into the problem.

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  11. As usual you have captured the festival mood perfectly. I liked the Maveli. I think it was from the starting point.

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  12. You live in such a colorful culture. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  13. Hi Joseph! Hope everything is fine with you and that you are having a great holiday season! Sorry for the absence, but work and concerns are keeping me away from Blogtrotter... Anyhow, enjoy my latest post at Tobago, and have a great season!
    Wish you all the best for 2014, hopefully better than 2013!

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  14. merry christmas joseph...
    i hope that your holidays are full of light and love...

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  15. Blessings and Merry Christmas to you and yours. May this season of love be the season that runs through you, your home, your family throughout the year.

    peace.

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