1st of all I would like to wish Happy Deepavali to those who celebrate it today. Diwali or Dīpāvali, the most colourful Indian festival, is celebrated on the Kartika Amavasya or New Moon, which falls during October/November. This year it is on the 17th October, 2009. A colorful festival that is celebrated by all Hindus worldwide is Deepavali, which is also known as the festival of lights. This festival usually falls around late October and November. One important practice that the Hindus follow during the festival is to light oil lamps in their homes on Deepavali morning. By lighting the oil lamps, the Hindus are thanking the gods for the happiness, knowledge, peace and wealth that they have received. The Hindus consider Deepavali as one of the most important festivals to celebrate.

I went to one of my friend house and celebrate it. What I do? Eat…Eat…and Eat again…

Homemade biscuits. Chocolate, quite nice and she got skill to baked ^^.

Homemade biscuits. Have a lot of hazelnut leh…haha…all people “rebut-rebut” to finish it ^^

The place they keep all the biscuit.

Fried Chicken.

I dont know this one what leh =.=”

Curry chicken.

Sauce for tosai.





1st Round…

2nd Round…

3rd Round…

4tg Round…Fried Chicken!