Can you smell the freshly cut paddy? Do you see colourful kites in the sky and colourful rangolis in front of homes? Have you come across bonfires in courtyards at the break of dawn?
If yes, then the spring season is upon us. Which for all the Telugus across the world means it’s Sankranthi time…
Here’s wishing all ye folks a Happy Bhogi, Cheerful Sankranthi and a fun filled Pongal.
Folks, it’s the time of the year again when we usher in the new and flog out the old! some might say it is the onset of the spring and the departure of the winter but sure doesn’t feel like that!
Here’s wishing you and your loved ones a very Happy Bhogi, a Prosperous Bhogi and a Cheerful Sankranthi…
Wishing you all a Very Happy & Prosperous New Year! May 2012 not end as soon as the Mayans predicted…
P.S: If you didn’t read my ‘Old’ New Year Poem yet, suggest you head over here and check it out.
Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas! & a Happy New Year to follow…
Here’s wishing all of you and your near and dear ones a very Happy Diwali. Despite what Coca-Cola tells you, light only as many diyas as you need
The Telugu New Year will be upon us shortly and here’s wishing you all a very Happy Ugadi. It’s been a week or so late this year…we’re into April already!
I’m not sure but this new year is called the Khara Nama Savatsaram. Not the Hindi type of Khara I suppose
I bid a fond farewell to the bygone year
2010 is gone and 2011 is here
Long and hard did I sit and think
But in the end I just edited the link
A good poem had I last year penned
Dunno if all you who read it sneered
Words may be new but the feeling is the same
May the New Year bring you happiness and fame
The decade ended and the year even
Wishing you all a Happy New Year 2011