As can be seen from the above photo, much fun was had in Bangalore, on a rainy night with lots of drinks and delicious food. Thanks go to the wonderful folks of Bangalore, (who have more hair on their head than the people of Hyderabad – Hyderabadis of course have more facial hair.)
in other news, there is a lot more to Bangalore in the back streets :)
I am a bit late on this, but I hope all of you have a very happy Diwali (17th Oct 2009) and may you all have a great year ahead as well. no picature this time, as i have been busy with various things that i shall explain shortly :)
It was a bit of a crazy year wasn’t it? especially towards the end there. it wasn’t too bad personally, but the usual crap raged on around the world. but we silly humans, cant avoid this little thing called hope. so let us all hope for a better 2008, if not work towards it. have a happy new year’s and try not to get a hangover on the very first day, people!
Diwali, or Deepavali, is the traditional indian festival of lights which some of you probably already know. it’s basically an indian food-snorkel, followed by lots and lots of fireworks, which are going off even as i type.