Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Our world


Garlands on sale in Matunga.

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29 comments:

  1. Oh, what beautiful garlands!! I love them!! Wonderful, colorful capture!!

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  2. Wow! A marvel of human enterprise.

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  3. cool photo - what are the garlands used for?

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    1. Thank you Amy. The garlands are used for a variety of religious and other felicitating functions

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  4. Absolute beauty. I remember the first time I bought gajra was from outside of Vashi station. Lovely picture.

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  5. Lei of India! We share the custom

    ALOHA from Honolulu,
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  6. A fresh and fragrant picture to start my day... :-)

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  7. Beautiful garlands. The flowers in them are so pretty.

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  8. The garlands are simply beautiful.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  9. It's a part of our beautiful culture..lovely shot..

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  10. lovely. The one who makes these are very talented

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  11. very beautiful and colorful indeed .. I can almost smell the fragrance :)

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  12. I think one can find the thickest one in Matunga.
    Used to explore this place about four decades ago, when I used to take my sister for the Bharatanatyam classes!!

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  13. Thank you for sharing such nice post .

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  14. That's a very lovely sight Deepak.

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  15. That's a very lovely sight Deepak.

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  16. Nice colorful garlands, beautiful image!

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  17. Garlands in general signify happiness..... :) A nice click..

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  18. The garland is beautiful, great capture! Enjoy your day!

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