Jai Vasavi Mata Jai
Good Morning to all my readers and viewers of my blog – https://deccanvysya.blogspot.com/
Yesterday, I celebrated my birthday traditionally like every year in my life.
Early morning, I woke up - done nice head bath, wear new clothes, went to pooja room and took blessings from my parents. I would like to describe that after many years my birthday falls on October 24th of the DUSSEHRA festival.
With my brother with his wife (New Married couples – July 31st, 2020)
We went to SUBBAYYA GARI HOTEL in Kukatpally (Hyderabad) reserved a table, had 32+ food items- pure vegetarian which is served in Banana Leaf.
From there we went to INORBIT MALL (Hyderabad) been, searching to buy a dress for my birthday and festival too after a long shopping finally found new trends collection in LIFESTYLE SHOP.
In fact, I have a habit of giving charity inform of books on my birthday. The budget is only 500 Rupees. Last year I gifted 50 books in Hanuman temple in my area where I gave for different age groups.
This time, the Corona Virus was spreading badly so I decided to do charity by giving face masks for everyone but due to rules kept by the government for temples, I decided not to do it.
So, I found another way, when I visited the shopping floor in Inorbit mall I have saw the WATER AID INDIA COUNTRY OFFICE inside the mall where they are seeking money to build bathrooms for poor people for a healthy life. There my brother gifted amount of 500 Rupees to them in form in my name – MADDALI LAXMI SWETHA - https://www.wateraidindia.in/
And mainly I want to express my words that for the first-time mehndi on my hands came a red colour. I went to KARACHI BAKERY where mehndi persons are there, I asked them to apply for my hands and the design name – ARABIC MEHNDI DESIGN.
At around 8:20PM, cake cutting event in my parents’ home, I wore my new birthday dress – Cake name - ALMOND CAKE.
The one rule I also follow NO CANDLES. and audience list – My mother, my father, my brother and his wife…of course me too…I am the centre of attraction.
Finally, I would like to show you
my saree which I wear in my brother’s marriage brought it from WEAVERS
EMPORIUM (Kukatpally) - PEACH COLOUR - KANCHIPATTU SAREE (cost
of saree around Rupees - 15000
) see the image below. At night, I had a happy sleep.
Jai Vasavi Mata Jai
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Maddali Swetha, MBA (HR)
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