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Diwali light

24th November 2011

Aane ke hi saath jagat mein kehlaya jaane wala. Swagat ke hi saath vida ki hoti dekhi tayaari.

This is a line from Madhushala by Dr. Hariwansh Rai Bachhan and it translates to—“The moment someone comes to this world, he is known as someone who will one day leave. At the welcome, I saw the prepararions of farewell.” There is no better place to see this than an Indian wedding. The wedding is still in progress when the decorators start pulling down the tents and the decorations and by the time the wedding ceremony is complete, they are setting up that very same material at another location for another wedding. Other than that, we are also always 2-3 hours behind the schedule at a wedding ceremony and a lot of people have already had their dinner even before the bride and the groom reach the venue.


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