Diwali 09 Photos

by | Monday, October 19, 2009

The Lansing temple recently organized a special Diwali program. My daughter Shreya participated in a dance and I, as always, took photographs of the event. Click here or the image below to see all 161 of the photographs I took.

Diwali 09

Enjoy.

You can also read a poem written by Shreya on Diwali on her blog Uniquely Mine.

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1 Comment

  1. Sau.asha & Rajabhau Joshi

    Fantastic Pictures.
    Viewed over and over.
    Thanks.
    Regards.
    Sincerely,
    Joshis

    Reply

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