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Sharjah to Malaysia: How Indians celebrate Onam

Last updated on: September 14, 2016 18:00 IST

We'd asked you, dear readers, to share your Onam pics
Presenting the latest set of responses.

Take a look.

IMAGE: Savita Borkar, 30 from Mumbai sent us this lovely pookalam made at her office in Mumbai.

IMAGE: Pratish Nair, 34 shared this picture of a pookalam made by his wife Lathamobi Nair, 31.
Their one-year old daughter Tanishqa is seen marvelling at the pookalam in the photo. The Malaysia-based couple celebrate Onam by "making traditional Kerala food at home and sharing it with Malaysian neighbours."

IMAGE: Sushil from Yahoo, Bangalore shared this image of him along with with colleagues competing in vadam vali (tug of war) to celebrate Onam.

IMAGE: Jessy John shared this rather creative Onam portrait.

IMAGE: Deepu from Chembur, Mumbai shared this photo and wrote: "Onam is celebrated with a colourful pookkalam and the grand sadya in a vazhayila (plantain leaf). Get together with family is the essence of this celebration."

IMAGE: Here's a closer shot of the pookalam.

IMAGE: Deepika from Nagercoil sent us this image of a colourful pookalam.

IMAGE: Akash, 20 from Periyar, Kerala shared this image of Onam celebrations with a cute companion posing next to the pookalam.

IMAGE: Sandesh Nambiar, 21 shared this image of pookalam put together by Youth Wing members of Kannur Welfare Association (KANWA), Kalyan.

IMAGE: Saj Sadanand shared this image of his niece Shravika posing next to her pookalam.

IMAGE: And lastly, we have Sangeeth Mega, 34, from Sharjah, UAE shared this bright and colourful pookalam

Send us your Onam pookalam pictures to getahead@rediff.co.in (subject line: Onam Pics) and tell us how you celebrate the festival. 

Don't forget to add your NAME, AGE and the place where you LIVE.

We will feature the best responses right here on Rediff.com.

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