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दीपावली फोटो शूट - घर Pariwaar

For the IT Next Photo Profile Shoot at bhubaneswar, for the magazine NEXT 100 I picked up Padma (the Photographer) and reach residence of Sri Mukesh Mishra (A.G.M -Revenue & IT). While the Situation at my end was very hectic for the family Deepawali festival at home, where the whole community, our Joint Family , get together for the Grand Dinner, and the Photoshoot was to be done today as Mr। Mishra is leaving for Hyderabad tomorrow. Mr.Mukesh Misha is very down to earth person , and very cooperative with us, also sometime very Shy even . Overall it was a very good time , watching the Photo session and having Diwali sweets at ther residence.
The food prepared is really delicious and the taste multiplied due to the get together.
Crackers and fireworks are the usual part of Deepawali festival, including the special home made Dosa called "Pithaa" and other Oriya Sweets apart from the variety of Sugar candy Sweets , which were present in the form of Animal and other cute characters.




We had our Photo Shoot completed by 4.pm and back to home. This time Besan-Culliflower gravy Curry and Cuttack Famous Dahi Bara was prepared by Subhash bhai, and certainly assisted by me:)

Diwali brings more wishes than any other festival in India, with the sparkling lights throughout the streets, Villages, road....just you turn arroungd and get the Lights in there blinking and dancing modes.

Wish you all a Very Happy Deepawali.

Song: Yeh Sham Mastani (Kati Patang -Kishore Kumar)
Food : Besan Gobi Curry, Dahi Bara Special,
Mood : Juviliant, Happy

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