Sunday, 18 October 2009 | By: AbhiLaSH RuHeLa

Diwali-Yes it was Happy

            71TH BLOG ------>>>>>


            Happy Diwali to all of you...Sitting and reading out my 71st blog..So how was your Diwali..please share it with me...Was it interesting or was it a matter of dissappointment?..From last 3 days , my mobile was continuously ringing...Text messages piled together in the numbers of Hundreds..This was the first time when I received so much of wishes of Diwali..There were many from the unknown numbers..Wanted to know them but my network sent me a message on 16th oct that your message will be charged tomorrow @ 1rs/per message.So my guts and my empty pocket didnt couraged me to reply to every wish..But Would like to send my wishes to each one of them...I'll reply them personally on 19th..But then too accept it here as Belated are always half-heart touched and doesnt give that happiness which we receive on the day itself..

             Morning, Woke up in a hurry to prepare for the final day DIWALI for which we were engaged right from 5th OCT...Changed all the covers of my Sofa..Changed Bedsheets,pillow covers..Cushions..New utensils were used for the whole day..Special dishes..In short we were trying to make everything special for today..Just did every tast to impress god and charm the almighty..What I took an oath for today was that I'll avoid using bad words even when i'll be talking to myself in my soul..And I wasnt successful in that But Yaa..I used least of them today...and thats what made me feel that my Diwali was Happy...After we did an excellent make-up of our house, me and my father went to the Panvel streets to witness the Diwali's  ascent in the city..We were dissappointed..Last year we were in Nashik and there Diwali was celebrated with Enthusiasm...but here people seems to be busy in something else...In many houses there were not even Diyas...then we came to a conclusion that This is Mumbai, where people run behing materialistic things and they search for the opportunity where they can print money for themselves..and so they dont get engaged in this activities of enlightening their house for the biggest festival..But whatever..It is said..try to change yourself..hope the anti-thinkers in respect to your thinkings will feel an effect...and will start following the good thing you are engaged within..Hope someone of the Mumbaikar would have felt to celebrate Diwali with their heart and soul after watching my Balcony which was all bright...

          Then Papa and I returned...Mummy gave a job...Which Im doing right from my childhood...The special dishes which my mummy prepare to welcome the guest on the Diwali mail-milaap, I go and give it to the managed relations all around...A wish from our side which is shown with an affection by offering them sweets and dishes...and then we welcomed Chakraborty uncle , aunty and Abhinav..They came to greet us with the wishes of Diwali and that was the moment I really felt that Its a festival to re-unite people again from their Busy schedules...There were many Gupshups...Papa and uncle were engaged in their boring topic and me and Abhinav were discussing some online stuffs...But enjoyed a lot with them..So this is how My Diwali ended up with all the goodies around...


          Tomorrow theres a big list of guest coming to my house...Will be discussing it with you tomorrow and will also tell about my friendship relation with Pranjali who is celebrating her birthday on 18th OCT...thats Today itself...Writing blog took a time and therefore this Hour needle has touched 12 and its 18th now...So we will meet tomorrow..Till then HaPPy DiWaLi Once More...


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ABHILASH RUHELA - VEERU

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abhinav said...

hey bhaiya... 1st of all i wud lyk 2 thank u for givin me my 1st HONOURS (mention) in ur blog... Dat 2 on d auspicious day of Deepawali...
Wel writin abt ur blog... I wud lyk 2 disagree on 1 pt dat v Mumbaikars r 2 materialistic... I feel i can point out many incidents which undermine ur allegation... Mumbaikars hav given 2 many experiences 2 suggest dat dey r nythin else than 'MATERIALISTIC'... Also i wud lyk 2 applaud u on writin dat yes, Diwali is truly d fest of MEL-MILAAP... V really had a gud tym last nite...
Dis is my only 2nd comment... Hope u lykd my Maa's paneer makhani...

Honestly Yours,
Abhinav

Abhilash Ruhela said...

Abhinav, i dont say that mumbaikar are always materialistic..but I felt that yesterday there were very less of them who celebrated and participated in this Diwali festival...I dont know wat was d reason...
And yes Abhinav..Really..I enjoyed yesterday..my Diwali wud have been incomplete if u and ur family wudnt have visited my house...U really made our day...papa and uncle were in their useless talks but both of us enjoyed...Diwali went successful just bcoz of ur family's visit...
And yes,I ate the paneer makhani of auntiji and came 2 know dat why she got the prize for the best dish at the ganpati function in our society...It was really tasty....Muaah to paneer makhani...

Thanx for commenting..my dear bro..
yours, Abhilash...

Rohit Rohela said...

Hey Abhilash.... great to learn that you had a Rocking Diwali... Best Wishes for the Future!!

W!L$H!RE said...

I too had a blast this Diwali!
Last year my Diwali was a mega-flop.
But this year it is totally a hit!
Even the cute girl next door spent the whole evening and night with me on the terrace!
Wow! What a day! But I still regret that I could not put in my 100% in the celebrations.
Daddy gave me a very long list of phone numbers whom I had to SMS with daddy's name. But at the end of it all they kept calling me and SMSing me thinking that it is my daddy! I got SMSes from many unknown numbers too!
I too would like to share a funny incident with you:
Last night (17th Oct.) I took the bike and went to my friend's house to surprise him. it was 9:30PM at that time. We roamed about and when we returned to his house to take my bike and go home I found the main gate locked! It was 11:30PM at that time. And the person who had the key of the main gate was not there. So I was forced to spend the night with my friend at his house.
I had dinner at his house, watched a movie, and slept there too. It was fun.
All in all, I had a great Diwali.
I just regret that I couldn't burn my ex-GF to death this Diwali!

Abhilash Ruhela said...

yes bhaai I really enjoyed this Diwali....everytime it used to be with friends but this time with family and family friends..mostly Chakraborty's family which are near to us....they are always for the support...

how was yours in London??

Yours lovingly..Abhilash..

Abhilash Ruhela said...

Hahaha...the funniest writing on my blog till date...Wow..Wilshire...U really is a funny person..I just enjoy reading wat u write everyday on my blog and the thing u hv written today..mindblowing...

First of all congratulations that after a mega-flop diwali u had a blast this year...
and I wud lyk to ask a personal question that For the whole night...Wat were you and dat next door gal were engaged on the terrace?? I dont think that u all just played with the crackers...

It also wud have been a great experience to pick every call and been treated as it was ur father..atleast got that respect naa wich u werent capable of..hahaha....

and after that funny incident of ur X-ray getting flown up...this was again sumthing funny...hahaha...atleast for me...

and the last sentence of ur comment...hahaha...hehehe...huhuhu.....wat a hatredness for ur ex-gf...hahaha....I would have just enjoyed to hear ur news on SANSANI...why u missed that opportunity my dear bro...hahaha....even I would have got an article for the blog that...my regular reader and commenter Wilshire is now behind bars..just pray for him this Diwali...hahaha.....hope ur current gf would be reading this comment of urs...and wud get prepared for the consequences after the break up....

yours lovingly...Abhilash

hens night said...

A heavy Diwali feast takes you to a dizziness.All food items become an aversion.To come back from the peak to normal there should be an item like a dessert But dessert is usually a sweet course or dish, as of fruit, ice cream, or pastry, served at the end of a meal.But Diwali is full of desserts only.

AbhiLaSH RuHeLa said...

:-)

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