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Festival Greetings to All Indian Members

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This topic contains 7 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  Harleena Singh 3 years, 1 month ago.

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  • #8970

    Vinay Kachhara
    Keymaster

    Harleena and I wish you a very happy and prosperous Diwali! Have a blast. 🙂

     

    seasons greetings

     

    May there be light in your life. May you spread light in the world.

  • #9017

    Thanks for wishing us all.:)
    I wish you both of you to have a happy Diwali with your family which may bring new stand for your life. This day is best to enjoy with our family members as all come together to celebrate this day. I remember when I used to burn crackers with my brothers. Its amazing to enjoy with our family. Hopefully you both have enjoyed today. Sorry I am so late to wish you.

    • #9019

      Harleena Singh
      Keymaster

      Thanks so much for your kind wishes, Ravi! Yes, this is one well known festival for Indians to enjoy with their families, and I hope you too took a break and went home for Diwali. Not late at all 🙂

    • #9029

      Yeah! I took break for three days that’s why I am not able to present here in day time because just trying to spend some quality time with my family.
      Hopefully after two days I will go back for my studies.

  • #9021

    Ikechi Awazie
    Participant

    Hurray! happy Diwali! May your family, friends and loved ones be blessed and prosperous all the days of their lives

    • #9023

      Harleena Singh
      Keymaster

      Thanks so much Ikechi for your kind wishes. May there be light all around 🙂

  • #9063

    Swadhin Agrawal
    Participant

    Wish you all a very happy (belated) Diwali friends 🙂

    • #9069

      Harleena Singh
      Keymaster

      Thanks Swadhin, and we hope you too had a great Diwali 🙂

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