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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Halloween Costumes, Funny Halloween Costumes, Free Halloween Costumes E Cards

Halloween Costumes are always special. And when they are particularly made for Halloween, they become more special. Funny Halloween costumes are wonderfully designed in such a way they can create an atmosphere of horror and fun. Halloween Costumes can be of different types; like Adult Halloween costumes, Kids Halloween Costumes, Sexy Halloween Costumes- Angels & Devils Halloween costumes, Gothic and Vampire Halloween costumes, Plus size Halloween costumes etc. There are few Halloween costumes links which will give you a clear idea of design and price of Halloween costumes:

You can choose and buy Halloween costumes from these aforesaid sites. If you wish to send free Halloween costumes ecards and Halloween costumes greetings to your near and dear ones just for fun, you can use the following link:

Happy Halloween.

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Ping Pong Robot, Ping Pong Printer

Ping pong robot is a very interesting robot that helps you to practice your ping pong, table tennis. Ping pong printer is a ping pong robot that prints on the ping pong ball. Here you can check the ping pong robot videos.

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It's A Halloween Horror Night, Halloween Horror Nights 2008, Reflection Of Fear, Bloody Mary

Halloween Horror Nights is a Halloween event presented annually at the Universal Orlando Resort. Beginning in 1991 in Universal Studios Florida with only one haunted house, it has continued annually for 18 years to become one of the largest Halloween events in the United States. In its later years the event has split time between its original park and the more recently built Islands of Adventure. Universal's design team has created five original icons for the event and have also used many of the Universal Monsters. Recently, they made a deal with New Line Cinema to bring more recent horror icons to the event.

Reflections of Fear(I Dare You to Say it One More Time...) in 2008, Bloody Mary's own haunted house, where guests step through the mirror and into her world.

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Monday, October 27, 2008

Diwali Shayari, Deepavali Shayari, Diwali SMS, Diwali Messages, Diwali Poem, Happy Diwali

Say Happy Diwali with these Diwali Shayari, Deepavali Shayari, Diwali SMS, Diwali Messages, Diwali Poem, Happy Diwali text messages.

Diwali Shayari

Muskarte hanste deep tum jalana
Jivan main nai khusiya lana
Dukh dard apne bhool kar
Sabko gale lagna

Sukh sampda aapke jivan main aaye
Laxmi ji aapke ghar main saamye
Bhul kar bhee aap ke jivan main
Ek bhee dukh na aaye

Jagmag Jagmag jalte ye sunder deep
Charo taraf roshni hee roshi ho
Mukesh kee duha yahee
Honto par aapki hardam hansi hee hansi ho

Diwali Ki Shubh Kamna

Andhera hua dur raat ke saath
Nayi subha aayi diwali leky sath
Ab ankhne kholo dekho ek msg aaya ha
Diwali ki shubh kamna sath layi hai
Happy Diwali

DeEp Jalty jagmagate rahin

DeEp Jalte jagmagate rahin,
Hum aapko Aap hame yaad aate rahin,
Jab tak zindagi hai, dua hai hamari
‘Aap Chand ki tarah Zagmagate rahin…’
Happy Diwali

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Diwali Wallpapers, Deepavali wallpaper, Divali wallpaper, Free diwali pictures, Diwali images, Diwali screensavers

Want some cool free diwali wallpapers, diwali pictures, diwali screensavers and divali images? Here is a list of best diwali wallpapers, deepavali wallpapers, divali wallpaper sites from where you can download free diwali wallpapers, diwali images, desktop diwali wallpapers, diwali screensavers and lot more for happy diwali. check out these sites for diwali wallpapers and diwali screensavers.

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Diwali Crackers, Diwali fireworks - Anar, charka, phuljhari, rockets, pet sparklers

Diwali is a special occasion,we can burst crackers and have a blast.Diwali is the festival of light and brilliant display of crackers and fireworks - Anar, charka, phuljhari are some of various kinds of crackers that are busted on Diwali.Each year on the dark night of Diwali, Crackers of varied colors and sounds fill the skies heralding India's favourite festival.

There are high flying rockets, mild flower pots, electric crackers and the explosive and almost ear deafening bombs.The custom of fireworks during festivities related to Diwali illuminates the sky and portrays a stunning scene of lights and sound on the sky. The charm of the fireworks is so immense that people from all age group in addition to every social section like to take part in the tradition of fireworks at the time of Diwali.

Every year on the dark night of Diwali, crackers of diverse colors as well as sounds pervade the skies proclaiming India’s major festival.The common types of firecrackers consist of the mild flower pots, the electric crackers, the common ground wheel also referred to as charka, the rockets that fly high into the sky, the pet sparklers and obviously the cracker that explode with a deafening sound.The colourful twin angles, a new entrant in the cracker market has caught the fancy of many customers. A combination of all the above makes an exclusive festive package which delights young and old alike.

Diwali symbolising the triumph of the good over evil continues to be grandiose in spirit and celebrated throughout the country. Firecrackers add to the festivities and as the rows of lamps glow one can hear the crackers go off and see the sparklers being waved by children and adults alike.

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Saturday, October 25, 2008

Free Diwali Cards, Diwali E cards, Deepavali Greetings, Diwali Resources, Diwali Websites

Here is a list of relevant Diwali websites and divali resources to send free diwali cards, diwali e cards, diwali greetings, diwali greeting cards, diwali greetings card, diwali wishes to your friends and family. You can find all information about diwali calendar 2008, diwali 2008, happy diwali 2008, diali diyas, diwali rangoli, diwali cards, diwali lamps, diwali fireworks, diwali recipes, marathi diwali, diwali dipavali, diwali history, diwali rituals, dhanteras, bhai phota, bhai duj and lot more diwali fun and diwali sms, diwali quotes.

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Spooky Halloween Cards, Free Spooky Halloween E cards, Scary Halloween Greetings, Happy Halloween 2008, Halloween Horror E cards

Hi folks! Here is Halloween. It's the time to wish your friends with spooky halloween cards and scary halloween greetings. Here is a list of scary halloween websites where you can choose lots of spooky halloween cards and free spooky halloween e cards. These are no doubt the best free halloween resources to greet your near and dear ones with scary halloween greetings. All these spooky halloween cards are absolutely free and very easy to send. So guys, lets start the Halloween horror e cards. It's absolutely fun, scary and nice ecards to say Happy Halloween 2008.

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It's Halloween Night! Have a haunting time!
Halloween Horror night is right here! Beware! Halloween is ready to grab you in thrills. Have a haunting time with Halloween ghosts, skeletons, Halloween witches, spooks and scare up a whole lotta fun with all you know. Have a chilling and spook-tacular time with friends/ kids/ all your dear ones as you send in Scary Halloween Cards.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Diwali Masti, Happy Diwali, Diwali aai, masti chai, rangi rangoli

Happy Diwali!!
Diwali aai, masti chaai, rangi rangoli,
deep jalaye, Dhoom Dhadaka,
chhoda phataka, jali Phuljadiyan,
Sabko Bhaye, Happy Diwali

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Halloween Cards, Halloween E cards, Halloween Greetings, Spooky Halloween Ecards, Scary Halloween Ecard

Spooky Halloween is here! Haunted house in the woods invites you for a visit!

Halloween is the time of Ghosts, Goblins, Gravestones and Graveyards

It's Halloween! Whether you want to scare your friend silly, trick or treat or wish all your friends and family a very Happy Halloween, this Halloween site can help you reach out with spooktacular Halloween Ecards, Free Ecards for Halloween, Halloween Egreetings, Halloween Scary Greeting Cards and Halloween Horror Cards and add a little zing to your boo day! And a very Happy Spooky Halloween!

Diwali Pictures, Mumbai Diwali Night, Dazzling Diwali Fireworks

These diwali pictures are of the night sky in mumbai and any other indian city resembles the same. Mumbai Diwali nights are dazzling with beautiful fireworks in the sky.
Diwali(Deepavali) in India is one of the biggest indian festivals, it is a festival of lights, which is celebrated to mark the victory of good over evil.

Diwali Shopping, Diwali Gifts, Vacations, Family and friends bonding, Fireworks and general spending are at its peak during this festival.
These diwali pictures display Rangoli (Designs made by Fine powder), Kandil (lantern) and fireworks.

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Halloween Pranks, 5 Funny Halloween Pranks, Halloween Jokes

Halloween is less than 10 days out! For most people, this means cool creepy Halloween decorations, candy, scary movies, and an excessive amount of children and pumpkins.

But to many, it is just the excuse needed to pull some great Halloween pranks on friends, and get away with it. Before we move on, we must tell you that some of the following pranks can severely frighten someone, so really take the victim of the prank into consideration before you do any of these. The elderly, young children, pregnant women, people with heart problems, people with disabilities, people that are at extreme risk of suffering a serious injury during a fall, people much larger than you, violent people, fighting or martial arts experts, and people that are armed, are all considered very, very bad choices to pull these Halloween gags on.

Without further ado, here are 5 funny, and probably unethical, pranks to pull this Halloween.

#5 – Hide In The Fridge
Ok, so the first few pranks aren’t THAT bad. For this one, you will need access to someone’s home, so this is a good one to pull on someone you live with, or a very close friend. You will also need to be sure that the person will be going to the fridge soon, which is without a doubt the hardest part of this prank.

The best way to do this is to have someone that is close to your friend call them and say something like “Hey, will you do me a favor and look in the fridge to see if I left ‘whatever’ in there?”, or, have another person in on the prank with you simply ask the victim to grab them something from the fridge.

Now, preparation for the trick is usually quite easy. Simply empty out the refrigerator, and obviously hide the contents out of sight somewhere. Then, pull the shelving out of the fridge, and any drawers that may be at the bottom. Now, we also recommend unscrewing the light bulb that is inside the fridge, as well as making sure the kitchen and surrounding lights are off, as this will increase the effectiveness of the prank.

Now, just crawl on in, close the door, and wait. Once the victim opens the door, you need to scream as loud as you possibly can, and jump out towards them. If you really want them to freak out, wear a scary mask.

#4 – Shower Surprise
I have personally witnessed this prank, and let me just say, it is hilarious. You need to first find a place that has a tub/shower that is near the toilet in the bathroom. You also need to be sure that anyone that may use the bathroom is someone you know very well, as if you were to pull this prank on someone you don’t know, you could very likely go to jail.

Aside from the above, the execution of this one is very simple. Hide in the shower, and when someone comes in and begins using the bathroom, pop out with a fierce and frightening scream. Whoever this prank is pulled on is likely to start running before their brain can process what is going on and tell them to first “stop” going to the bathroom. This is a pretty sick, mean prank, but hey, boring pranks are for boring websites, and we aren’t one of them.

#3 – Backseat Killer
Ok, this one is pretty mean (just wait until you see the top two), but just like the above prank, I have seen this one in person on numerous occasions, and it never fails to be hilarious. This prank is great to play on a roommate or close friend!

First, you need access to their car, which will hopefully be a car with a back seat, or a 4 door truck, as a 2 seater vehicle just doesn’t work here. So, go ahead and find the keys and unlock the car, and then be sure to put the keys back where you found them.

Now, if you really want this one to be memorable, go ahead and put on a black jacket, but be sure it isn’t something you are commonly seen wearing, otherwise you will be more easily recognizable, and the victim won’t freak out as much. To top it off, a black ski mask, which can be found for a few dollars at any sporting goods store, will really make them jump.

Once nightfall comes, go out to the victim’s car and hop in. Be sure to lock the door behind you, unless they never lock the door, or it was unlocked prior to you unlocking it or getting in. Now, wearing completely black clothing will help keep you hidden, so it is highly suggested. What you want to do here is make sure there is no garbage or personal belongings that will make noise when you move around. If there is, just move it out of the way. Now, lie down on the back seat, but try to keep your feet in the center of the vehicle as much as possible.

Once the victim gets in the vehicle, wait for them to get situated and comfortable. Then, as quietly as possible, sit up prominently in the center of the back seat, and scoot yourself forward so your body is positioned just behind the backs of the front seats. When the poor victim looks in the rear view mirror, they will freak out, to say the least. I would suggest keeping your hands on the backs of the front seats, as most people’s reaction is to immediately slam on the brakes as hard as possible, which really sucks for you when you aren’t holding on to something!

#2 – Serial Killer
Ok, we are down to the last two. Now, to be honest, we wanted to list more pranks on here, but these are some of the absolute best, and we simply don’t know of any pranks that are more screwed up and downright wrong and terrifying than these last two.

First of all, you really need to consider who you pull this one on. If you plan on doing it to someone, really think it through first. You have been warned. Once you choose your Halloween victim, you need to figure out where the circuit breaker box is within their home. It is usually found on the outside wall of the home, or in a closet. In the circuit breaker, there will be a main switch that will kill power to the entire home, make sure you know where this switch is.

Get dressed up. Don’t go too crazy with a costume, but look scary, and look serious. Now, if the switch is inside the house, simply wait until the victim is in another part of the home, then switch the breaker, and stand right inside the door, and wait…

If the switch is on the outside of the house, you can either have a friend flip the switch for you, or, you can flip the switch and then stand right on the other side of whichever door would lead from the house to the switch. In either case, the victim will nearly bump right into you, and when they do so, they will experience fear that is like no other. This is likely to ruin friendships, and give the victim nightmares for weeks to come.

#1 – Death
Last, but definitely not least, this prank is just downright wrong. The emotions that you will instill in the victim are usually unrecoverable. This will likely make someone hate you if done correctly, so be careful.
This one is best performed in your own home, as you won’t seem out of place or anything. You will usually prepare for a few hours before pulling the prank, and then you will have a specific time for your victim to arrive at your house. You will need them to walk in, so be sure to say something like “Ok, just walk in when you get here, I’ll leave the door unlocked” when you talk to them.

Preparing the scene takes some work. What you want to do is make a certain area of your home look like an actual murder or suicide (the choice is up to you) has occurred, with you being the victim. Because it is Halloween, you can get all of the stuff you need from a local Halloween or costume store. Get plenty of fake blood, and make sure you get the expensive stuff, as it looks much more realistic, and you can usually find a large bottle, which you will need. You should also get some fake wound material, which is usually just silicone and some make-up for effects.

If you need some ideas on making fake wounds that look real, go scour YouTube, and search for something like “special effects makeup”. You can usually get some very good how-to videos, and then you will be on your way to the most horrific prank you’ve ever pulled. Now, personally, I would do this prank in either the kitchen or bathroom area, as they are likely to have hard flooring which won’t stain. Remember, there will be lots of fake blood everywhere, so carpet and drapery are bad.

Now that you have your makeup done, your fake founds, and your clothing of choice, go ahead and prepare the actual area you are going to be “dead” in. Start by taking some of the fake blood and lightly drizzle it onto nearby surfaces, including walls, appliances, counter tops, etc. If you would like to add to the realism, you can take a straw and dip it in the bottle of fake blood, then place your finger tightly at the top of the straw and remove it. This will keep the straw full of fake blood, and then you can place it in your mouth and blow in one hard and fast motion, like a sneeze, to create a “spray and spatter” effect.

Next, rub some fake blood on your hand, and find a surface near where your “body” will be, and go ahead and place your hand flat on the surface, then slide it in a downward motion. Finally, strategically cover yourself in fake blood, and then create a good puddle on the floor. Place your murder weapon of choice, whether it be a knife, a gun, or a baseball bat, nearby, and be sure to cover it in blood. If you choose to use a blunt object, such as a bad, stick, brick, etc., then be sure to put a good amount of fake blood on your head and face, and it also never hurts to find some hair, whether real or fake, and rub it in the blood that is on the blunt object.

The horror is in the details.

I would go on to explain what your victims reaction would be once they walked in your home, but I feel bad for them already, so you can use your imagination.

This is truly one of the sickest, most horrifying pranks ever. But then again, isn’t that the point?

Diwali Candles, Sparkling Diwali Lamps, Diwali Diyas and Candles

Diwali Candle is a minute mud lamp to light particularly on Indian fiesta Of Lights Deepavali. They are generally prepared using mud. We can use oil or ghee as the oomph & cotton swindle to make the wick. Even though in today’s era electric lights have substituted mud Candles (Diyas), at a standstill the appeal of customary Diwali Hindu oil lamps is present. These Diwali Candles are used to offer wishes to supernatural being & the late relatives, they are hovered on leaves above the sacred watercourses example like the Ganges next to Haridwar. They have extensively been connected with Diwali customs & are nowadays mainly essential part of all the Diwali streamers.

Rituals of Diwali Candles:

It is being thought that as soon as Lord Rama arrived to Ayodhya from past 14 years of expel, the public was joyful to see Rama alongside Sita & Lakshman. As it happened to be a no moon nighttime, citizens lit up candles & Diyas down Lord Rama’s passageway. On one occasion he arrives at his house, there was moreover a stunning show of explosives. Everyone chanted songs & hopped in merriment and received their emperor with open arms & spirit. From the time then, every year that date is renowned as Deepavali &the Deepavali Diyas turned out to be most obvious trait. Nowadays these little mud lamps are found lit in each house, workplace & place of worship.

Varieties of Diwali Candles:

Marvelously skilled Candles gesture interest for consumers. The mud Candles used on the celebration of Diwali replicate early drawing sagacity that is easy & dazzling in idea & widespread in application. The Diwali period sees an explosion of clay imagination varying from normal candles to fashionable Candles exhibited in fine art & sculpture boutiques.

On behalf of Diwali, different shops display sparkling Diwali Lamps & Candles crafted via earthenware stylish designers from every nook & corner of the nation. There are as well Diyas made using zari & mirror in enthusiastic shades. Charmingly, creative Diyas with stridently sliced boundaries, embroidered with cut effort are enclosed & packed through magnificent painted wax.

Mirror exertion & zari embroidered profound, conventional Diyas in addition to those embroidered by means of perfumed arid flowers, Ganesha & Lakshmi Diyas by means of 12 or 24 spurts, Diyas fashioned similar to porcelain leaves & shaded roses, small Parvati Ganesha Candles & several other devise compete for consideration. Finished out of mud, the Diyas in bright blushes of golden, red, blue, yellow, pink & gray are finely crafted.

Bhai Duj, Bhaiya Duj, Bhai Phota, Bhav Bij, Bhai Bij, Bhau Bij

The fifth day of Deepavali or Diwali is celebrated as Bhaiya Dooj, popularly know as Bhai Dooj or Bhai Duj. The name itself denotes the day of the festival i.e it falls on Dooj, the second day after the new moon. This day Yamaraj went to his sister's house who put an auspicious mark on his forehead for his welfare. Thus, on this day sisters perform puja for their brothers safety and well being. Brothers in return give gifts to their sisters as a token of love.

Another version is after killing Narakasur, Lord Krishna, went to his sister Subhadra who welcomed him in the traditional way by showing him a light and putting on his forehead a tilak of her sisterly protection. Another myth behind this begins as when Bhagawaan Mahavir found nirvana, his brother Raja Nandivardhan was distressed because he missed him and was comforted by his sister Sudarshana. Since then, women have been revered during this festival.

The festival of Diwali is not complete without "Bhaiyya Duj" in the Hindi-speaking belt, "Bhav Bij" in the Marathi-speaking communities, "Bhai Phota" to the Bengalees and in Nepal by the name of "Bhai-Tika".

Diwali is a personal, people-oriented festival when enmities are forgotten, families and friends meet, enjoy and establish a word of closeness. Reflecting this essence, Bhai dooj has its own importance in continuing to maintain the love between brothers and sisters for it is the day of food-sharing, gift-giving and reaching out to the inner most depths of the hearts.

As a festival of light and beauty it encourages artistic expressions through home-decorations stage-plays, elocution competitions singing and dancing programmes, making gift items and making delectable sweets thereby discovering new talents of younger people. As a result innumerable communities with varying cultures and customs mingle together to make Bhai Dooj celebrations a very happy occasion for all.

Diwali Diyas, Happy Diwali, Deepavali Diya, Subh Deepavali

The significance of Deepawali or Deewali lies in the victory of good over evil; and it is with each Deepawali and the lights that illuminate the homes and hearts, that this simple truth finds new reason and hope. Since baked-mud 'diyas' or 'deeps' are considered more holy and auspicious, they are purchased to light on the Diwali night, particularly before the idols or photographs of gods and goddesses while offering prayers.

deewali 2008, diwali diyaA Diwali Diya is a small earthen lamp that is lit especially at Diwali. They are usually made of clay. Ghee or oil is used as the fuel and cotton wool as the wick. Sometimes they are made by part filling a glass with colored water, Ghee is floated on top, and again cotton wool used as a wick. Children could make there own Diya with air dried clay or play dough. For safety reason these diyas should not be lit with Ghee and cotton wool.

Beautifully crafted diyas beckon attention of the buyers. The earthen diya used on the occasion of Diwali, reflects ancient design sense that is simple and stunning in concept and universal in appeal. The Diwali season sees a proliferation of clay creativity ranging from roadside agals to designer diyas displayed in art and craft boutiques.

During Diwali, various shops showcases brilliant diyas and lamps crafted by ceramic designers from all over the country. There are also diyas with zari and mirror in exuberant colours. Delightfully, imaginative diyas with sharply cut edges, embellished with cut work are covered and filled with bright coloured wax.

Mirror work and zari embellished deep, traditional diyas as well as those embellished with fragrant dried flowers, Ganesha and Lakshmi diyas with 21 or 11 spouts, diyas shaped like China leaves and shaded roses, tiny Parvati Ganesha lamps and many other design vie for attention. Made out of clay, the diyas in vivid shades of yellow, blue, pink, gold and silver are well crafted.

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Marathi Diwali SMS, Diwali Text Messages, Marathi SMS For Diwali

Aaj 2 log aapke bareme puch rahe the maine usko aapka mobile no. de diya hai,woh jald hi aapke pass ate hi honge, unka naam hai KHUSI AUR KAMYABI. "WISH U HAPPY DIWALI & NEWYEAR"

. -. .- . ". ." " . " Hearty wishes to u & ur family on d festival of lights ... Let happiness light up and sorrows burn out. "HAPPY DIWALI"

Ur eyes Pataka,Ur lip Rocket, Ur ear chakri, Ur smile Phuljadi, Ur style Anar, Ur personality Bomb, BACH NIKAL LE.. I am coming wid MOMBATTI.. HAPPY DIWALI

Sakali hastes
Dupari hastes
Sandhyakali hastes
Ratri hastes
Gharat hastes
Rastyat hastes
Yetana baghun hastes
Jatana baghun hastes
Tila kay vaatte
Tu ektich dat ghastes?

Deepak ka prakash har pal aapke Jivan me ek nayi roshni de, bas yahi shubhkamna hai hamari aapke liye Diwali ke is pawan avsar par. !! Happy Diwali !!

Jevha tula aagdi ekta vaatel
Najre samor dhuka vaatel
Aaspaas konich disnar naahi
Saagle jaag andhuk houn jail
Tevha tu majhya kade ye
Me tula
Dolyanchya doctor kade gheun jain

Me phule magitli
Tu mala pushpaguchya dilas
Me dagad magitla
Tu mala sundar murti dilis
Me morpis magitle
Tu mala mor dilas
bahiri aahes ki kay?

Tu mala havi aahes
Majya sobat
Ekhadya chanshya hotel madhe
aikache aahet te
Premache teen shabda
me bill bharte...

Gul ne gulshan se gulfam bheja hai, sitaro ne gagan se salam bheja hai, Mubarak ho apko ye "DIWALI" Humne tahe dil se yeh paigam bheja hai.

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Diwali Greetings, Free Diwali Greetings, Deepavali Greetings, Diwali Cards, Diwali E cards

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If you are planning to send Diwali or dipavali wishes to your near and dear ones; there are plenty of sites which offers you free diwali e-cards or animated cards. Here is one good collection from archies online; which comes with 20 cards for starting 0f 4$ to 8$ which is good one; instead of sending e-mails. I am not marketing archies; I thought this is the best way to wish diwali to your near and dear ones with low budget and the best quality.

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Monday, October 20, 2008

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Sarah Palin Saturday Night Live Video..It's funny. Sarah Palin in SNL raising the roof and bobbing her head...LOL. Wath the Sarah Palin Saturday Night Live Video with Tina Fey here..Juicy Celebrity Oops.

Friday, October 17, 2008

Halloween 2008 Jokes, Funny Halloween Jokes, Halloween Fun, Halloween Humor

Halloween jokes for Halloween 2008..What more guys?Halloween 2008 is on October 31st, 2008, Friday. On Halloween 2008, you can have fun with these short Halloween jokes, Halloween jokes for Kids, Halloween jokes for Adults. Without Halloween jokes, the fun of Halloween is not complete. Celebrate this Halloween with these funny Halloween jokes and Halloween Pranks. Check out more funny jokes at jokes, prank. You can get scary halloween stories, short halloween stories, ghost stories and halloween horror stories here at paranormal, ghost, UFO

Q: What do call the ratio of a jack-o-lantern’s circumference to it’s diameter?
A: Pumpkin π.

Q: Why didn't the skeleton cross the road? A: He had no guts.

Q. Why do vampires scare people? A. They are bored to death!

Q. How can you tell a vampire likes baseball? A. Every night he turns into a bat.

Q. What's it like to be kissed by a vampire? A. It's a pain in the neck.

Q. Why did the ghost go into the bar? A. For the Boos.

Q. Why was the girl afraid of the vampire? A. He was all bite and no bark.

Q. Why did the game warden arrest the ghost? A. He didn't have a haunting license.

Q. Why didn't the skeleton dance at the party? A. He had no body to dance with.

Q. Where does Count Dracula usually eat his lunch? A. At the casketeria.

Q. What happens when a ghost gets lost in the fog? A. He is mist.

Q. Where did the goblin throw the football? A. Over the ghoul line.

Q. Why doesn't Dracula mind the doctor looking at his throat. A. Because of the coffin.

Q. Why is a ghost such a messy eater? A. Because he is always a goblin.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Diwali Rangoli Patterns And Designs - Rangoli Designs For Diwali, Deepavali, Kali Puja

Rangoli designs for Diwali and decorate your courtyard on this auspicious Diwali Festival.
Rangoli is an integral part in the dazzling celebrations of Diwali.'Rangoli' is a Sanskrit word which means a creative expression of art through the use of color.The word rangoli may also have come from "rang" (color) + "aavalli" (row), which means row of colors.The patterns are made with finger using rice powder, crushed lime stone, or colored chalk. They may be topped with grains, pulses, beads, or flowers. Since the entire objective of making rangoli in diwali
is to welcome Goddess Laxmi. Check out this beautiful Diwali Rangoli designs and patterns.

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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Halloween, halloween costumes, halloween ideas, halloween party, halloween decorations - All Halloween Resources

Halloween, or Hallowe’en, is a holiday celebrated on the night of October 31. Halloween activities include trick-or-treating, ghost tours, bonfires, costume parties, visiting "haunted houses", carving Jack-o'-lanterns, reading scary stories and watching horror movies. Irish immigrants carried versions of the tradition to North America in the nineteenth century.The carved pumpkin, lit by a candle inside, is one of Halloween's most prominent symbols in America, and is commonly called a jack-o'-lantern. Now here you can find a list of halloween sites that will help you to give all halloween information and halloween resources at one one go.List of Halloween sites will now help you find everything from Halloween history, Halloween greeting cards, Halloween screensavers, Halloween jokes, halloween costumes for kids, halloween costumes for adults, halloween costumes ideas for the physically challenged, Halloween Movies, last minute costume ideas. From Halloween games, to Halloween safety to trick or treating and halloween food, halloween recipe to Halloween events, and everything in between.

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Monday, October 13, 2008

Diwali Myspace Comments, Myspace Diwali Comments, Orkut, Hi5

Diwali Comments, Diwali Graphics for myspace, friendster, hi5, orkut, and other community websites.Diwali Scraps, Diwali MySpace Layouts, Diwali Orkut Scraps.Deewali or Diwali or Deepavali is a festival of lights, joy, brightness and happiness. It is celebrated with great enthusiasm by all Indians all around the world.

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Diwali Poem, Diwali Poetry, Diwali Love Poem, Deepavali wish

Diwali is the festive season of light, the season of Divine power.Here is a beautiful Diwali Love Poem, a Diwali poem to show love and to thank our heavenly GOD, the spirit of power.

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Diwali Recipes, Diwali Sweets - Laddu,Soan Papdi,Barfi

Diwali is the festive season of light, joy and fun. It adds extra fun if you can make diwali sweets at home and can serve to your friends and family. Nothing can be better than this home made Diwali Recipe of Diwali Sweets. Here you can fine the diwali recipes of making Laddu,Soan Papdi,Besan ki Barfi,Gujia,Malpua.

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Diwali 2008, Diwali Greetings, Diwali Gifts, Diwali SMS, Happy Diwali, Deepavali Wishes

Diwali, or Deepavali or Tihar and Swanti (in Nepal) is a major Indian and Nepalese festival, and a significant festival in Hinduism, Sikhism and Jainism. Many legends are associated with Diwali. Today it is celebrated by Hindus, Jains and Sikhs across the globe as the "Festival of Light," where the lights or lamps signify victory of good over the evil within every human being .The festival is also celebrated by Buddhists of Nepal, particularly the Newar Buddhists.

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Diwali celebrations are spread over six days in some of North India and Nepal. All the days except Diwali are named according to their designation in the Hindu calendar.
Diwali being festival of lights, across India people celebrate it via symbolic diyas or kandils (colorful paper lanterns) as an integral part of Diwali decorations.

1. Vasu Baras (27 Ashvin or 12 Krishna Paksha Ashvin): Baras means 12th day and vasu means cow. On this day cow and calf is worshipped. Since it is believed that cow is symbol of God, Diwali is begun by worshipping cow and calf.

2. Dhanatrayodashi or Dhan teras (28 Ashvin or 13 Krishna Paksha Ashvin): Dhan means "wealth" and Trayodashi means "13th day". Thus, as the name implies, this day falls on the 13th day of the second half of the lunar month. It is an auspicious day for shopping of utensils and gold.This day is also regarded as the Jayanti of God Dhanvantri who came out during the churning of the great ocean by the gods and the demons. Dhanvantri Jayanti

3. Choti Diwali or Naraka Chaturdashi (29 Ashvin or 14 Krishna Paksha Ashvin): Chaturdashi is the fourteenth day on which demon Narakasura was killed. It signifies the victory of good over evil and light over darkness (Gujarati: Kali Chaudas).

In south India, this is the actual day of festivities. Hindus wake up way before dawn as early as 2:00 in the morning, have a fragrant oil bath and wear new clothes. They light small lamps all around the house and draw elaborate kolams /rangolis outside their homes. They perform a special puja with offerings to Lord Sri Krishna or Lord Sri Vishnu, as he liberated the world from the demon Narakasura on this day. It is believed that taking a bath before sunrise, when the stars are still visible in the sky is equivalent to taking a bath in the holy Ganges. Hence, when people greet each other in the morning, they ask "Have you performed your Ganga Snaanam?".

After the puja, children burst firecrackers heralding the defeat of the demon. As this is a day of rejoicing, many will have very elaborate breakfasts and lunches and meet family and friends. In the evening, lamps are again lit and Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped and offered special dishes. This being a no moon day, many will offer special tarpana (offerings of water and sesame seeds) to their ancestors. This day is also called as Roop Chaturdashi

4. Lakshmi Puja (30 Ashvin or 15 Krishna Paksha Ashvin): Lakshmi Puja marks the most important day of Diwali celebrations. Hindu homes worship Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, and Ganesh, the God of auspicious beginnings, and then light lamps all across the streets and homes to welcome prosperity and wellbeing.

5. Govardhan Puja (1 Kartika or 1 Shukla Paksha Kartika) : Also called Annakut, is celebrated as the day Krishna defeated Indra. Lord Krishna taught people to worship nature, as mountains bring rains to earth. That was the reason to stop worshiping Indra. His was the message that we should take care of our nature. For Annakut a mountain of food is decorated symbolizing Govardhan mountain lifted by Lord Krishna. In Maharashtra it is celebrated as Padva or BaliPratipada. The day commemorates King Bali. Men present gifts to their wives on this day.In Gujarat, it is celebrated as New Year, as Vikram Samvat starts on this day.

6. Bhaiduj (also Bhayyaduj, Bhaubeej or Bhayitika) (2 Kartikaor 2 Shukla Paksha Kartika): on this day, brothers and sisters meet to express their love and affection for each other (Gujarati: Bhai Bij, Bengali: Bhai Phota). Most Indian festivals bring together families, Bhaiduj brings together married sisters and brothers, and is a significant festive day.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Celebrate Durga Puja, Durgotsab, Durga Pooja Festival

Durga Puja, also known as Durgotsab is an auspicious occasion which is prominently celebrated in the Indian state of West Bengal or Bengal. In the nine days long celebrations of Durga Puja festival, Goddess Durga, one of the most revered Goddess for the Hindus, is worshiped in
different forms like as goddess of valor, wisdom and wealth. Although the festival of Durga Puja is celebrated mainly in the state of West Bengal but the festive spirit and joy is omnipresent throughout India and the other states of India like Manipur, Orissa, Assam, Bihar, Delhi, Maharashtra and Jharkhand also enjoy the jubilance of Durga Puja with great enthusiasm and devotion.

Apart from being a festival, Durga Pooja has become a social-cultural event that celebrates the cheerfulness of life, the vibrant culture, the set rituals and traditions. During the celebrations of Durga Puja, huge puja pandals are erected in which idols of Goddess Durga along with Goddess Saraswati and Lord Ganesha are placed and worshiped. Lots of dancing, singing devotional songs in praise of Goddess Durga, preparation of special festive dishes are also an integral part of
Durga Puja celebrations.

Different Names of Durga Puja Festival
Durga Puja festival is known and celebrated with different names in in various parts of India like: in Bengal, Durga Pooja is also known as Akalbodhan (untimely awakening of Durga), Durgotsab (festival of Durga), Maayer Pujo (worship of the Mother). Durga Puja festival is also called Navratri Puja in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Delhi. It is celebrated as Kullu Dussehra in Kullu Valley, Himachal Pradesh.

When is Durga Pooja
Durga Pooja is celebrated twice a year, once in the month of Chaitra (April-May) and then in Ashwin (September-October). On both occasions nine different forms of Goddess Durga is worshipped threfore called Durga Navratri (nine nights). According to the Hindu Calendar Durga
Pooja festival starts on the first day and ends on tenth day of bright half (Shukla Paksha) of Ashwin month.

In year 2008 Durga Puja festival will be celebrated from 30th September-09th October.

Celebrations of Durga Puja Festival
Durga pooja is celebrated extensively all over India but West Bengal, Assam, Jharkhand, Orissa, Bihar are the states where beautiful idols of the Mother Goddess are worshipped in elaborate pandals, durga temples for nine days, and on the tenth day, these are carried out in
procession for visarjan (immersion) in a river or pond.

The festivities start with the first day called Mahalaya. It is also the day of the beginning of the countdown to the Durga Puja. The face of the goddess remains covered until the bodhon (unveiling) ritual is performed on Sasthi - the sixth day of the moon. Fast is observed on
this day by women for the well being of their families.

The Goddess is worshipped as a kumari or young girl, and reveals herself in her true form Mahasaptami (the seventh day of the moon). On Mahastami (eighth day) and Mahanavami (ninth day) the celebrations reach a fever pitch. New shining clothes, smiling faces, dancing
devotees, chantings of Mantras, spectacular display of lights and the rhythmic beat of dhak (drums) adds excitement to the festive occasion. On Vijay Dashami (tenth day) the idol of Durga is immersed in water after performing customary rituals. The ten-armed goddess dazzles the
devotees with her splendour and appearance of fiery valour during her short stay every year.

Significance of Durga Pooja Festival
Durga is an incarnation of power the resides in every element of this universe. The literary meaning of 'Durga' is 'difficult to approach'. Being Durga, Goddess Durga is the embodiment of intelligence, power, wealth, beauty and mercy that is creator, preserver and destroyer of
this universe.

During Durga Puja festival, nine different forms of Goddess Durga is worshipped. The whole image of ten-headed and multi-armed mother goddess riding on a Lion is shown destroying buffalo-demon Mahishasura. This image signifies the victory of Good over Evil and also tells to invoke divinity by controlling the senses to get diverted to bad habits.

Durga Pooja festival is a celebration of life and its traditional and valuable culture.

Legends of Durga Puja
According to a Puranic legend attached to this day, demon Mahishasur vanquished the gods and their king, Indra, who approached the Holy Trinity, Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. They in turn sought the help of the divine mother Durga who, equipped with lethal weapons, riding a
ferocious lion, in all her awesome majesty, killed Mahishasur. This day, thus, also celebrates the magnificence and omnipotence of Goddess Durga.

The festival of Durga Pooja has its link with Pandavas. According to the great Indian epic the Mahabharat, the Pandavas had to spend 12 years wandering in the forest and one year in camouflaged form. The Pandavas spent their last year in the court of Virat. On the end of
one year Pandavas regained their arms from the shammi tree and declared their true identification. It was the day of Vijay Dashmi. Since that day the exchange of Shami leaves has become the symbol glory and triumph.

Friday, October 3, 2008

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Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Leading Hotels of the World offering US$19.28 per night for the most-coveted hotel rooms

Leading Hotels of the World, LHW, is celebrating its 80th birthday today.The Leading Hotels of the World, the luxury hospitality organization representing nearly 450 of the world’s finest hotels, will release today a limited number of the world’s most-coveted hotel rooms at the unprecedented rate of US$19.28 per night. For 80 minutes only, consumers will be able to secure the celebratory US$ 19.28 rate and experience a myriad of the organization’s iconic members.Leading Hotels of the World started in october 1, 1928.To celebrate the birthday and to honor birth date october 1, 1928. Leading Hotels of the World 1928 is offering today same rate of 1928.

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