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Thursday, September 9, 2010

Well Done Monsoon! And...Happy Ganesh Chaturthi!

The South West Monsoon has been very generous this year. It has rained nearly 130% of normal rainfall in Mumbai and Maharashtra. That is to say, so far! The Monsoon is most likely to stay for the whole month of September. There is a  mood of celebration though in some areas excessive rainfall has threatened to cause damage to selected crops. Mumbai, suffering from 30% water cut since times immemorial, is now free of any cuts. The most enjoyable part of the Monsoon this time is that the rainfall had been spread uniformly. Nature did not finish its quota furiously in just one day or in few days and so Mumbai was free of major breakdowns.




Celebrations, of course! The festival season is just about to begin! The 11 day mega Ganesh Festival starts on Friday night with idols being installed and Ganesh Chaturthi Puja on Saturday morning. Ramzan month is culminating with Id on Friday too. Then comes the nine-day Navratri ushering in the fortnight of goddess worshipping-the shakti cult. Durga Puja follows for four days and then the festival of lights—Diwali or Kali Puja. With a brief breather it’s Christmas times and New Year! So, you are booked for a non-stop celebration this festive season!



You do have the cause and the spirit for celebrations. Of course, you must adhere to the dos and don’ts, in regard to the security concerns, the environmental perspective, causing disturbance to others and all that. It’s always healthy to add ‘share and care’ to all celebrations. Isn’t it?



Happy Festive Times!
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