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Aftermath of Holi

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This was my first Holi in Delhi and I chose not to step out of the house. People were throwing colours from one building to another, which was preceded by throwing water balloons since the past two days. We have a lot of children living in our colony, so that explains everything.

Holi, back home, in Imphal almost go on for a week. Locally termed as Yaosang, it is more or less like an occasion for hosting sports and cultural activities. Children would usually walk house to house collecting monetary donations or Nakadeng, dressed in colourful traditional attire. Young girls and boys  go for Thabal Chongba, (moonlit dance) which is descriptively a friendly way of meeting or checking out girls/boys from their locality.

I hope to go there someday.

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Doolittle-II

neo1IMG_5678IMG_5630IMG_5745IMG_5710IMG_5707Starting this year with another very honest post 🙂

Here’s my nephew who just celebrated his second birthday on the first day of this year. Couldn’t be there for his birthday but heard he started licking the knife before blowing out the candles.

He happens to be probably the first kid I have ever photographed and damn it wasn’t easy. He kept chasing the camera, running around and pulling my hair.

One good thing, he loves the camera !!

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Circling Girl

 

 

People do not wish to become a fool until they are alone. I do not mind such consequences……….. sometimes!

Anyways, do you wanna listen to this beautiful song?

 

 

 


The Kids are Alright

One room.  Two Semi-Kids.  Fun is balloons.

Balloons are fun.

Not without the colours_

Red Blue White.   We have all Kinds.

But how does it matter?

Well…….

The Kids are alright


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