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Welcome Back….😇


I had a exceptionally bustling day today. And guess who joined me and my better half on our work today? None other than my little nephew BabyKiyaan😘. He was away on a small outing with his family and I missed his presence a lot. I met my little cutie after longest fifteen days 😘. I fall in love with him every time, I see his love for me❤️. “ Maasi Halo” (Aunty Lets go ) were his words when he saw me today and I ran to embrace my little baby. Mind you my dearest your hugs and kisses were missed every day! I and your Chotu (a pet name given by my nephew to my husband 😋) had a very lovely time today 😘. 

(My husband and my Nephew gesturing me that they were not ready for a click 😅)  

Thank you for making our morning lovely by your presence and filling joy and happiness in our life😘😍🙂

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A Candle of Hope



Sometimes we have to face a situation that we never think would occur in our life. We cry, we feel sad, but we have to go through it and face it no matter what. If we run away from the situation, we are avoiding the problem, but in reality our problem won’t leave us. So What should one do? The answer lies within you. First, there won’t always be happy moments in our life. One will have memories to cherish, happiness to celebrate, sadness and bad times that will help to learn a lesson or feel a new experience. In all this, one should try to move on with life with a hope that the time will be pass and soon the good times will replace the bad times. So just the way Diwali signifies the victory of good over evil, light a candle of hope in your life and that light will help you move on and will enhance the positivity within you. 

-Heta Gala Naidu

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Diwali Memories


Hey folks,

So like I had said that India’s one of the biggest festivals Diwali was round the corner and I was totally occupied with it🙂. I had a great Diwali 😀. I had decorated my home 😊,  lighted it with diyas all around , had lots of sweets, went out and enjoyed my festival. To me, Diwali doesnt mean that I have to burst crackers, instead I love decorating my home, being traditional , having a peaceful time with my family, celebrating it by going out with them. I had a great time and I thank God for blessing me with beautiful souls around. Also, I am just back from a short trip from Ahmedabad  and soon I will post about it here. 

Till then bye guys and stay Happy. 


(A click of me, my Husband and my elder sister. Happy Us 🙂) 

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Diwali time


Hey folks,

Hope all of you doing good😀? Well its Diwali time in India, and the preparations have already started😊. Almost a month prior, cleaning of our house becomes utmost important for us. Almost in every household, before Diwali this is the most important thing that rings a bell🙍🏽and obviously later would be cooking delicious different sweet desserts👩🏽‍🍳. 
Now people who don’t know what is this festival all about, I would like to say something about it. Diwali is the Hindu festival of lights which signifies the triumph of good over evil. It is a five day celebration where people decorate their homes and light them to show the power of light over darkness. Gifts and sweets are bought and exchanged with families and friends. Rangolis are made in homes and the house is lightened by diyas all around. 
Now I and my husband got time yesterday for cleaning our home and I know that we are already late😕! So we had to clean in a day’s time and that’s a big task in itself😐. So we started around 1pm in the afternoon and without any breaks in between, we went on constant till 7pm and we made it, we cleaned our house🤓. Still, we had to shop for a few things and after quickly taking shower, doing our evening Pooja we left for our other task. We were just on water the complete day and were very hungry🙁, but we made sure we bought our stuff first and then thought of relaxing! We came back at home late 12:30am, with happiness on our face of making sure our Diwali is full of lights and happiness around😄.

Though today, we got up with severe pains in our body🤕🤧😓 and still we have to do a few things before our Diwali days start. Doing things together, be it cleaning or shopping or decorating, I enjoy it completely and thanks to my husband who made sure I am not alone in anything👫. Love him for doing everything possible and not thinking that it’s only my job to do. Celebrating Diwali together with your family adds up to your happiness and I will surely miss my family who is on a small trip to our village and especially my nephew Kiyaan 😘who is too away on a trip. Will upload some photos soon on my blog 🙂. 

So guys Wish you a very Happy Diwali🎇🎉 and enjoy your Diwali and be safe and let others be safe too. Spread Happiness 🙂. 

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The bitter truth of life- 2



Don’t ask questions to someone,

Whose answer you know is going to hurt you.

Because it won’t have any impact on the person who is replying,

But it will definitely affect you 

And hurt you within.

It’s not possible to make everyone understand,

And if you have to repeat the same every time,

You need to realize that 

The person is never going to understand you or your feelings. 

So one must accept the fact and stop expecting from others.

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The other side of the Happiness 


 Sometimes you are happy, 

By seeing others happy.

One does everything to please them, to maintain their happiness.

But at times, those things come at a cost.

The path of making others happy is not easy,

One has to sacrifice a lot, 

Also sometimes one’s own happiness.

Making others happy is good,

But it could cost a lifetime sorrow for some.

Even after all this, 

The most difficult part of the life is,

Keeping a smile on the face,

So that no one can see the actual darkness lying within you.

Heta Gala Naidu

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I miss you



Reliving the moments, I had with you,

Each place I visited reminded me of you.

Those lanes, our long walks, the beautiful weather, 

The bench on which we sat and had witnessed the beautiful nature. 

Though you are far,

Let me tell you I miss you.

All I wish now is to see you soon,

Share my journey, which was incomplete without you.

-Heta Gala Naidu