Mon Oct 27 12:27:47 2008 Email: ravi.singh.chunderkhatoor@tatatel.co.in
Comment: Happy diwali

Mon Oct 27 12:28:43 2008 Email: rongibson@rediffmail.com
Comment: It is just a nuisnace that spoils the atmosphere and deafen human beings


Mon Oct 27 12:29:17 2008 Email: sanykad007@rediffmail.com
Comment: wish u a happy deepavali means festival of lights celebrate with crackers and enjoy diwali sweets from sanjay


Mon Oct 27 12:43:05 2008 Email: balalied@airtelmail.in
Comment: Though it is construed that it is the wish of Demon Narakasura to the people to enjoy this day with lighting lamps, bursting of crackers came latter to the connivance of people. Infact it is on this day lord Sree Ramachandraji was Coronated after his return to Ayoudhya with Maa Seeta Devi. Balasubramanian - Bangalore


Mon Oct 27 12:49:03 2008 Email: ambasthask@rediffmail.com
Comment: TAMSOMA JYOTIRGAMAYA


Mon Oct 27 13:03:01 2008 Email: snsngh1987@rediffmail.com
Comment: Diwali, also called Deepavali or Divali, is a major Hindu festival that is very significant in Hinduism, Sikhism and Jainism. Known as the "Festival of Lights," it symbolises the victory of good over evil, and lamps are lit as a sign of celebration and hope for mankind. Celebrations focus on lights and lamps, particularly traditional dpa (earthen lamp, as illustrated). Fireworks are associated with the festival. Diwali is a colloquial name used in North India, while the festival is formally called Deepavali(= theepam + oli ), and is called in South India as such. Diwali is celebrated for five consecutive days at the end of Hindu month of Ashwayuja. It usually occurs in October/November, and is one of the most popular and eagerly awaited festivals in India. Diwali comes exactly twenty days after Dussehra. Hindus and Sikhs alike regard it as a celebration of life and use the occasion to strengthen family and social relationships. For Hindus it is one of the most important festivals, and beginning of the year in some Hindu calendars. There are several beliefs regarding the origin of the holiday. The most repeated version is that Hindus celebrate Diwali to mark the time when Lord Rama achieved victory over Ravana. Some also view it as the day Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura or in honor of the day Bali went to rule the nether-world, obeying the order of Vishnu. It is also a significant festival for the Sikh faith. In India, Diwali is now considered to be more of a national festival, and the aesthetic aspect of the festival is enjoyed by most Indians regardless of faith.


Mon Oct 27 13:08:53 2008 Email: sauhard.gautam@rediff.com
Comment: Diwali is a festival of light which teaches us how to overcome from darkness


Mon Oct 27 13:14:16 2008 Email: meenakshikallshetty2007@rediffmail.com
Comment: Diwali is a festival of happiness,enjoyment and all the people from different region and language come together and celebrate the festival together.In diwali we get lots of sweets and gifts.We also give gifts and sweets to friends and relatives.We do lots of shopping for ourself as well as to other also.Every year I desperately wait for Diwali to enjoy a lot with family and friends .


Mon Oct 27 13:37:56 2008 Email: p.soumyaranjan@gmail.com
Comment: getting together with friends & family,having fun,sharing sweets & dry fruits,lightening diyas & cracking crackers


Mon Oct 27 13:49:39 2008 Email: kissmumbai@gmail.com
Comment: Diwali means "Light", the Light that removes darkness from our mind & heart and brings joy, happiness & Prosperity to every One. ...


Mon Oct 27 13:55:51 2008 Email: kishoradhia@rediffmail.com
Comment: may all statesmen of the world be kind,honest, sincere, efficient.


Mon Oct 27 14:08:03 2008 Email: mkd53@rediff.com
Comment: Cleaning of house, heart and environment for a better living


Mon Oct 27 14:10:07 2008 Email: rabi_jaan@rediffmail.com
Comment: Fortunate is the one who has learned to Admire, but not to envy. Good Wishes for a joyous Diwali and a Happy New Year with a plenty of Peace and Prosperity.


Mon Oct 27 14:16:42 2008 Email: sambesange@gmail.com
Comment: Tamso Ma Jotir Gamay !! From darkness to light. The darkeness of AGYAN to light of PRAGYA. This is an awkening of the soul. The celebration of joy for inner journey.


Mon Oct 27 14:24:15 2008 Email: prmpwr@rediffmail.com
Comment: DIWALI IS FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS AND NOT DARK. SO LIFE SHOULD BLOOM AND SPARK LIKE LIGHT.


Mon Oct 27 14:26:59 2008 Email: drvirsingh@rediffmail.com
Comment: Being the Light I am the light of the universe For what else can I be? I was there in the first explosion. For where else could I come from? Whatever I touch, whatever I see It is all light In its various manifestations. When my mind works I feel it is shining light Reflecting the Big Light of the universe. I eat a meal and smile to myself All my food is but light transformed. I try to understand it all Deep down I know it is Light That is trying to understand itself. Henryk Skolimowski Dr. Prof. Vir Singh GB Pant University of Agriculture & Technology Pantnagar 263145 (Uttarakhand) India Mobile: 9410116962 e-: drvirsingh@rediffmail.com


Mon Oct 27 15:49:58 2008 Email: balachandrat@gmail.com
Comment: Making a honest effort ourselves to lead our life on a rightful path


Mon Oct 27 15:56:16 2008 Email: shrivastavapooja@rediffmail.com
Comment: Diwali means you light up your life with your efforts & spread your strength in the world just like deepak.


Mon Oct 27 16:18:54 2008 Email: thebanerjees@rediffmail.com
Comment: Dear All, Wish U all a very happy and prosperous Diwali. My only message would be to all by fellow citizen - DO not blow your hard earned money in Crackers. Regards


Tue Oct 28 03:11:48 2008 Email: humortum@rediffmail.com
Comment: This is the time where we learn the real meaning of life. Everyone is at peace,happy to greet each other. If there is heaven, this is the time that reminds me of being a human being. Just wish everyday is Diwali, so we won't have to go through all this hatred against each other. Live and Let Live. HAPPY DIWALI


Tue Oct 28 11:47:08 2008 Email: rebatiranjanpaul@gmail.com
Comment: Diwali is a festival when we not only clean the house but purify our mind with new aspiration and dedication to live together. R.R.Paul


Tue Oct 28 13:05:23 2008 Email: juzerfidaali@rediffmail.com
Comment: Burn all sorrows,all sins,all frustrations,all enemities,and start a new life full of love friendship & true patriotship for our country,blooming flower everywhere & peace be there always


Tue Oct 28 13:17:25 2008 Email: hkhan_ctk@rediffmail.com
Comment: It is a festival for prosperity,love and happiness.


Tue Oct 28 13:35:19 2008 Email: bkdash43@rediffmail.com
Comment: DIWALI MEANS FUN MAKING,MAKING BIG NOISE ,BRUSTING HUGE CRACKERS,FROLICIKING WITH FIRE PLAY EATING DELICIOUS FOOD WITH FRIENDS AND RELATIVES AND BROWING NET AFTER HAVING A STOMACH FULL OF SWEETS.


Tue Oct 28 15:50:25 2008 Email: ramesh_g_hort@rediffmail.com
Comment: EACH AND EVERY INDIVIDUAL IS UNIQUE AND DIVINE. MAN APART FROM BEING A BIOLOGICAL ENTITY, IS A SPIRITUAL ENTITY.EACH AND EVERY INDIVIDUAL HAS ESSENCE OF TRUE LOVE AND RADIATES LIGHT OF POWER AND PURITY.TODAY MAN HAS BECOME A SLAVE TO MONEY AND POWER .MAN HAS LOST HIS TRUE VIRTUES AND POTENTIALITIES.HE IS IN A QUGMIRE OF DARKNESS AND IGNORENCE.NO POLITICAL LEADER, IAS OFFICER,RELIGIOUS HEAD AND SOCIAL REFORMER CAN BRING UPLIFT THE SOCIETY. IT IS ONLY THE SUPREME ALMIGHTY SHIVA WHO CAN ENLIGHTEN US AND TAKE US FROM UNTRUTH TO TRUTH,DARKNESS TO LIGHT.YES THE SUPREME SHIVA (FATHER OF ALL SOULS) HAS DESCENDED IN THE CORPOREAL BODY OF PURANA PURUSHA/MANU/ADINATHA/ADIDEVA/ADAM/ADHAM TO BRING ABOUT THE WORLD TRANSFORMATION. IN THE DAYS TO COME ENTIRE WORLD WILL BE TRANSFORMED AND BROUGHT ON TO A COMMON PLATFORM AND THIS WILLBE CALLED AS JANNATH / GARDEN OF EDEN/ SWARG. TO RECOGNISE THIS IMPORTANT TASK OF ALMIGHTY SHIVA, WE HAVE TO ENLIGHTEN OURSELVES AND OPEN UP OUR DIVINE EYES.THEN WE HAVE TO LIGHTEN ALL OTHER SOULS WITH THE TRUE KNOWLEDGE. EK DEEPAK SE EK BADA DEEPAK UJWAL HOOTHA HAI.BADE DEEPAK SE SAB CHOTE DEEPAK UJWAL HOTHE HAI THIS IS CALLE DEEPMALA OR TRUE DEEPAVALI


Tue Oct 28 17:27:54 2008 Email: riyaz_mokashi@rediffmail.com
Comment: deepavali festival is very happienes and cheerful. this festival is not only indias. foreign countrys people are celebrates deepavali.


Tue Oct 28 17:46:13 2008 Email: kale_milind64@rediffmail.com
Comment: Diwali means relaxation, buying new articles, clothes and meeting closed ones.


Tue Oct 28 17:53:10 2008 Email: sriram_sachu@yahoo.com
Comment: Diwali is a festival of lights,it is an occassion of sharing joy and happiness with family and friends.It is a festival of unity and diversity.


Tue Oct 28 18:01:15 2008 Email: shobanasunflower@rediffmail.com
Comment: Happy Deepawali to all our country men here and abroad,may this Deepawali bring in light of peace prosperity and harmony in the universe,and burn all the evil in the minds of one and all and help all to live an equal and united life of sharing and caring.Let strong hands hold the weak ones and help them stand with pride in the society of equality to all,let us all pledge to burn our egos and selfcenteredness with the flame of light and knowledge and rise from darkness,with lamps of this Deepawali.


Tue Oct 28 18:48:48 2008 Email: rajesh.ruby@hotmail.com
Comment: Happy Diwali from Toronto, Canada. Diwali means message of Lord Rama - hold righteneous even if one has to undergo pains, hold truth and compassion. Regards, Rajesh


Tue Oct 28 23:02:22 2008 Email: doctorvkk@yahoo.com
Comment: Hi,It is a pleasure.It is a celebration.Evil get lost,good things come fresh.Loss is gone and prosperity and ISHWARYAM results. V.K.Kanniappan


Tue Oct 28 23:24:12 2008 Email: devrishigupta@gmail.com
Comment: What a independence day is to a Nation, Diwali is same to Hindus..


Wed Oct 29 00:40:05 2008 Email: sunilrd99@yahoo.com
Comment: A great cultural and national festival for Indians to ptomote communal harmony, secularism and asense of brotherhood.


Wed Oct 29 04:16:10 2008 Email: kchatterjea@rediffmail.com
Comment: When millions of my country people are deprived of one squire meal a day, Diwali is just another means of wastage money. Our so called Environmentalists forget how many thousands of trees are fallen to use fire crackers, how much various gases are released to atmosphere. How much power we waste ?


Wed Oct 29 20:25:03 2008 Email: shobanasunflower@rediffmail.com
Comment: Diwali is a festival of lights,this years Diwali lights should bring in some light into the minds of our politicians making them think more about the benifit of the people and not the number of votes they have to get during elections.And may the people of this nation learn to share and care for one and all be they from their own state or other state.Be an Indian first and last as well.