It’s not that time of the year without…..
..the city prepped for Diwali!
…so is our Home!
..the moon for Karwa Chauth!
…and my happy Boo!
I am co-hosting #WordsMatter Monthly Blog Hop along with Corinne from The Frangipani Creative and Parul from Happiness and Food. The prompt for this month is ‘It’s Not That Time of the Year Without’.
There are 38 of us on this Blog Hop and it will be spread over three days – 4, 5, and 6 October. Do follow the #WordsMatter Blog Hop and prepare to be surprised! The next blog hop will only be next month. So stay on the lookout in the last week of this month for the announcement of the prompt.
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I received this tag from Corinne and it is my pleasure to pass on the tag to Balaka.
Please read the posts of the three hosts (us!) and the posts of the bloggers you link up. It would be great if you could read all the posts and share as many as you can on social media.
Have a wonderful celebration of words because Words Matter!
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Pragya Bhatt says
Wonderful images on your blog!
Corinne Rodrigues says
Such beautiful pictures! I’m sure you know which one is my absolute favourite!
Esha M Dutta says
Such a uniquely festive and colourful post, Shalini! You’ve captured the essence of the season so beautifully through your photographs! Loved them all. But the last one a little more than the rest. ❤
Parul Thakur says
Omg! I absolutely love your pictures. Love love love. Now I know why you were so excited about the prompt. Such a heartwarming post, Shalini.
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Jyothi Nair says
I love the first one the most. I have a similar hanging lamp in my home in Kerala. Lighting it in the evening and watching it glow is one of the highlights of the days I spent there.
Dr.Amrita Basu says
Yes to everything.The lights make the world so beautiful.
Lata Sunil says
Love the picts and the quotes..lovely lights..looks so festive already.
Shilpa Garg says
Oh yes, it’s the season of love and lights. Simply beautiful captures, Shalini!! And a fab take on the prompt!
Reema D'souza says
This post made me smile. Loved the pictures, especially Muffy’s 😀
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What gorgeous gorgeous pictures. They make me feel festive already.
Those are some beautiful pictures you shared, Shalini. Loved all of them. ❤
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Very festive setting in all the pictures Shalini. The view of the lights in the valley below is stunning to say the least. Here’s wishing your family a much loved and blessed festival of lights
Sunita Saldhana says
This was such a lovely post to go through early in the morning. It has made me so happy!
Suchita Agarwal says
This is the time of year when all my wallpapers either sport candles or fairy lights. Lovely post, quotes and images.
What lovely lights you have captured! Love your pensive Muffy. May there always be light in your life. And may you continue to get lighter 😉
Anamika Agnihotri says
Your house looks too beautiful all lighted up for the Diwali. Nice pictures.
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Shubhra Rastogi says
Lovely quotes and beautiful pictures. It is indeed that time of the year! #WordsMatter
PS: I love your photographs! I always feel that the person you are just seeps into the pixels! 🙂
Love the photos and the quotes.
Rohan Kachalia says
Such lovely pictures and yes, it definitely is not that time of the year without all the fun and frolic Diwali brings in.
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Modern Gypsy says
Beautiful photographs! Love your happy boo – he’s grown SO fast! – and your home all lit up for Diwali! ❤
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Apeksha Rao says
Lovely festive lights. I just adore your sweet sweet Boo-boy.
Kala Ravi says
Lights – I cannot have enough of them in my house during the festivities! Loved the clicks Shalini!
Shilpa Gupte says
Loved loved loved all the clicks…especially of your little bachchaa! <3
what a delightful set of photographs. The bokeh one is absolutely fabulous. Loved your take on the prompt.
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Balaka Basu says
I loved the photos, especially the one where an enlightened city as a backdrop against Muffy. Your home is beautiful and very similar to my childhood home in Sikkim. I love wood houses. These days all these houses are getting replaced by flats in the hilly cities. I miss them, therefore it felt good to see your home.