Happy Diwali Drugb.

Drugb posted:

Bai like yuh got druggie on yuh mind night and day!   Druggie ain't got any black bigan fuh give yuh, you got to ask caribj. 

My father was a farmer and he has grown bata began in commercial quantities in his living days. Baigan grows plentiful in Port-Mourant where the mighty Jagan has lived. The story of baigan is what made Berbicians who they are. If you don't value the birth and life of baigan, you should never call yourself Guyanese. I don't believe CaribJ would be insensitive to something that fed the people of Guyana for ages.  

Prince posted:
Drugb posted:

Bai like yuh got druggie on yuh mind night and day!   Druggie ain't got any black bigan fuh give yuh, you got to ask caribj. 

My father was a farmer and he has grown bata began in commercial quantities in his living days. Baigan grows plentiful in Port-Mourant where the mighty Jagan has lived. The story of baigan is what made Berbicians who they are. If you don't value the birth and life of baigan, you should never call yourself Guyanese. I don't believe CaribJ would be insensitive to something that fed the people of Guyana for ages.  

You are familiar with bigan,  then you must know the magic of bigan choka, a dish with many variation across cultures. Roasted over fire and mixed with different condiments depending on culture. The greek, turks, italians and arabs have their own version of this dish but none can match the guyanese version. 

CaribJ does not appreciate bigan choka, that boy thinks it is a sexual instrument. 

Drugb posted:
Prince posted:
Drugb posted:

Bai like yuh got druggie on yuh mind night and day!   Druggie ain't got any black bigan fuh give yuh, you got to ask caribj. 

My father was a farmer and he has grown bata began in commercial quantities in his living days. Baigan grows plentiful in Port-Mourant where the mighty Jagan has lived. The story of baigan is what made Berbicians who they are. If you don't value the birth and life of baigan, you should never call yourself Guyanese. I don't believe CaribJ would be insensitive to something that fed the people of Guyana for ages.  

You are familiar with bigan,  then you must know the magic of bigan choka, a dish with many variation across cultures. Roasted over fire and mixed with different condiments depending on culture. The greek, turks, italians and arabs have their own version of this dish but none can match the guyanese version. 

CaribJ does not appreciate bigan choka,that boy thinks it is a sexual instrument. 

I see Caribj as a human being who speaks freely of what he believes in. You as an Indian or Hindu supposedly should offer kindness to him since Diwali signify good over evil. 

BTW, Diwali is tomorrow:

Diwali/Deepavali in India

Diwali (Dīvali, Dīpāwali, Deepavali, Dipabali) is a festival of lights and is a gazetted holiday in India. Followers of Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism and Sikhism observe various customs related to Diwali.

Beautiful sky lanterns made of colorful cloth for sale for the Diwali festival in India.
Beautiful sky lanterns made of colorful cloth for sale for the Diwali festival in India.
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What Do People Do?

Diwali celebrations may last for up to five days. Many people decorate their home and workplaces with tiny electric lights or small clay oil lamps. Bowls of water with candles and flowers floating on the surface are also popular decorations.

Many people make a special effort to clean their homes and yards before Diwali. They may also wash themselves with water and fragrant oils, wear new clothes and give gifts of sweets to family members, close friends and business associates. Fireworks are set off in the evening in some areas. Melas (fairs) are held in many towns and villages.

People in different regions in India may celebrate Diwali on various dates. This is because traditional lunar calendars can be interpreted in different ways. For example, Deepavali in Tamil Nadu is celebrated in the Tamil month of Aipasi.

Public Life

Government offices, post offices and banks are closed in India on Diwali. Stores and other businesses and organizations may be closed or have reduced opening hours. Transport is usually unaffected as many locals travel for religious celebrations. However those wishing to use public transport on the day should check with the local transport authorities on public transit schedules.

Background

Deepawali or Diwali is a festival of lights symbolizing the victory of righteousness and the lifting of spiritual darkness.  The word “Deepawali” refers to rows of diyas, or clay lamps. This is one of the most popular festivals in the Hindu calendar. It is celebrated on the 15th day of Kartika, according to the Hindu calendar. This festival commemorates Lord Rama's return to his kingdom Ayodhya after completing his 14-year exile. The myths around Rama and Ravana are told during another holiday, known as Dussehra or Vijaya Dashami.

The Goddess Lakshmi was Vishnu’s consort and she symbolizes wealth and prosperity. She is also worshipped on Diwali. This festival is celebrated in West Bengal as "Kali Puja", and Kali, Shiva's consort, is worshipped during Diwali. The Diwali festival in southern India often commemorates the conquering of the Asura Naraka, a king of Assam who imprisoned many people. It is believed that Krishna freed the prisoners.

Many Buddhists in India mark anniversary of the Emperor Ashoka’s conversion to Buddhism around the time of Diwali. Many scholars believe that Ashoka lived between 270BCE and 232 BCE. Many people who observe Jainism mark the anniversary of Mahavira's (or Lord Mahavir) attainment of nirvana on October 15, 527 BCE. Mahavira established the central spiritual ideas of Jainism. Many Jains celebrate the Festival of Lights in his honor.

Bandi Chhorh Divas, which is the Sikh celebration of the sixth Nanak's (Guru Har Gobind) return from detention in the Gwalior Fort, coincides with Diwali. This coincidence has resulted in the similarity of celebrating the day among many Sikhs and Hindus.

Symbols

Electric lights, small oil lamps made of clay and flames are important Diwali symbols. They represent both physical and spiritual aspects of light.

About Diwali/Deepavali in other countries

Read more about Diwali/Deepavali.

Diwali/Deepavali Observances

Note: During a gazetted holiday, government offices and most businesses are closed so people have a day off work.

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yuji22 posted:

DrugB Fish Up Prince Royally.

Prince will have to take his black baigan and staan easy.

Do you speak Diwali and your gutter mind baigan with the same breath? Do you speak Hinduism to kids like that?

Do you feel proud of things you say today to regret later?

yuji22 posted:

India from space on Diwali Night:

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Yugi you are a liar. This is a picture from 2012. You are busted. The Truth will always conquer your lies.  An inspection of the elements of this imbedded picture reveals: 
 
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Bibi Haniffa posted:
Mitwah posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

Am I the only poster on this forum who thinks that Prince is having a mental breakdown???

Happy Diwali, Oh GNI Maha-Raani. 

Happy Diwali, Oh My Dear Rawan!  You clear up the date with Ramjhaat?

You are looking for a date? 

Cobra posted:

I notice in recent days, some members live and die for Jagdeo and the PPP, and when you call them out individually, they denied their involvement. Help me make some sense here , Mitwah. 

I humbly defer this to Madame Secretary.

yuji22 posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

Am I the only poster on this forum who thinks that Prince is having a mental breakdown???

What is interesting is that Prince and Cobra both lost their minds at the same time. Interesting.

Why don't you take what you presumed to know at face value and move on? Don't recreate confusion for others. 

Zed posted:

Happy Diwali to everyone here!

I seems that Diwali is celebrated today by most of the people on my area. Only one dia was lit around our area last night. 

That's Guyana,religious holidays are not out, of the political biasness.

This evening is incorrect for the celebration,today is New Moon for this hemisphere according to scientific calculations.

Zed posted:

Happy Diwali to everyone here!

I seems that Diwali is celebrated today by most of the people on my area. Only one dia was lit around our area last night. 

Today is New Moon according to the Hindu Lunar Calendar. Toronto Celebrated Diwali yesterday. Shubd Diwali! 

yuji22 posted:
Zed posted:

Happy Diwali to everyone here!

I seems that Diwali is celebrated today by most of the people on my area. Only one dia was lit around our area last night. 

Today is the correct day to celebrate Diwali. 

Happy Diwali.

Prove it !!!

Mitwah posted:
yuji22 posted:
Zed posted:

Happy Diwali to everyone here!

I seems that Diwali is celebrated today by most of the people on my area. Only one dia was lit around our area last night. 

Today is the correct day to celebrate Diwali. 

Happy Diwali.

Check here for the moon phases for Toronto: https://www.google.ca/search?s...i131k1.0.apsH-z3tSxk

Why worry with Yugiski.

Seems they are linking the date it's celebrated in India to the Americas.

Django posted:
Mitwah posted:
yuji22 posted:
Zed posted:

Happy Diwali to everyone here!

I seems that Diwali is celebrated today by most of the people on my area. Only one dia was lit around our area last night. 

Today is the correct day to celebrate Diwali. 

Happy Diwali.

Check here for the moon phases for Toronto: https://www.google.ca/search?s...i131k1.0.apsH-z3tSxk

Why worry with Yugiski.

Seems they are linking the date it's celebrated in India to the Americas.

May Diwali remove his ignorance. 

Mitwah posted:
Django posted:
Mitwah posted:
yuji22 posted:
Zed posted:

Happy Diwali to everyone here!

I seems that Diwali is celebrated today by most of the people on my area. Only one dia was lit around our area last night. 

Today is the correct day to celebrate Diwali. 

Happy Diwali.

Check here for the moon phases for Toronto: https://www.google.ca/search?s...i131k1.0.apsH-z3tSxk

Why worry with Yugiski.

Seems they are linking the date it's celebrated in India to the Americas.

May Diwali remove his ignorance. 

I have run into a few followers of ISKON,they seem to think they are more knowledgeable and pious than other folks.

In my book they can't fool Django.

Django posted:
Mitwah posted:
Django posted:
Mitwah posted:
yuji22 posted:
Zed posted:

Happy Diwali to everyone here!

I seems that Diwali is celebrated today by most of the people on my area. Only one dia was lit around our area last night. 

Today is the correct day to celebrate Diwali. 

Happy Diwali.

Check here for the moon phases for Toronto: https://www.google.ca/search?s...i131k1.0.apsH-z3tSxk

Why worry with Yugiski.

Seems they are linking the date it's celebrated in India to the Americas.

May Diwali remove his ignorance. 

I have run into a few followers of ISKON,they seem to think they are more knowledgeable and pious than other folks.

In my book they can't fool Django.

They are brainwashed.

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