Celebrating the festival of lights

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Happy Deepavali all. Please be careful during this extra-long weekend/Deepavali/Awal Muharam holiday.

Published in: on November 1, 2013 at 23:00  Comments (4)  

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  1. To all Malaysian of Hindu faith,

    “Fortunate is the one who has learned to admire, but not to envy”.

    May you be blessed with good fortune as long as Ganeshji’s trunk, wealth and prosperity as big as his stomach, happiness as sweet as his ladoos and may your trouble be as small as his mouse.

    Happy Diwali.

  2. Today October the 2nd marks the biggest and the brightest of all Hindu festivals. It brights up the air of freedom. The festival brings about unity and the charitable hearts to forget and forgive the wrongs done by others.

    Along the joy of freedom of October the 2nd in 1966, the Adjustment Act entered force, allowing 123,000 Cubans the opportunity to apply for permanent residence in the United States.

    Taking this very special opportunity, we wish all our Hindus brothers and sisters, light up your life in celebrating each of the four days of this great festival of lights. We share with you the remaining truth in the celebration of life, its enjoyment and goodness in our beloved country Malaysia. Happy Deepavali

  3. Maaf, it should be November not October. Masa berjalan terlalu cepat, sometime cannot catch up with time.

  4. Happy Deepavali


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