Sunday, 20 September 2009

Pink Wall

Painting a wall or two is a big part of our Diwali or festive preparations.... We had some pink paint (this is definitely pink! - rani pink.... I know there are a few in my household who think its Red... anyway!!!) So with the extra paint, we painted the wall adjacent to the Yellow wall... This is the passage that leads to my bedroom... These shells were a gift from Rose from her Goa trip (about two years ago!!) I finally found a home for them...
What do you think of my painted wall??
Krishnaji stands and plays the flute on the little table. The little diya (nearly camouflaged).... was a gift from Laly (my office colleague) from Kerala.
Do you like my pink wall???

18 comments:

  1. Love the color of your wall and the shells with the Ganesha statue looks very aesthetic.

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  2. wow! the wall colour is awesome!! very different and the lines of shells give it that sense of height! very cool!!!!

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  3. My favorite deity in a wonderful atmosphere. Nice backdrop, the shell drops adds more beauty to it.

    cheers!

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  4. Like it ... nooooo .... I love it ... girlie ... you pulled off a great do ... its wow ... really really lovely .And I love your tradition of painting the walls for Diwali ... well I'll catch up on that next Diwali ... when I too can go all over board with colors in my own house ... :)... till then I;ll keep staring at your pinky wall :)

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  5. It looks good. Only that it is not pink but maroon. Seen the wall change colours . What I really like about this ritual is that it is so much of family event. Everyone has something to contribute towards the wall. Keep it going!!

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  6. Hey..pretty pretty...n the shells look awesome against the rani pink...really love your ritual of painting a wall every year...

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  7. Loved it Pat - your pink wall looks fabolous !! :) You are like an ant; you will always keep doing something or the other that's enriching :) Keep it up, Patricia !!

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  8. oh man .. love it .. the beads on the wall and Krishna ... good job girl

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  9. What a gorgeous RED wall!!! ; )

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  10. Love red too, in fact in a process of a red post! Fab.

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  11. oh my god. i think it is absolutely lovely patricia. i love the sea shells too. i have seen room dividers such as those in a restaurant here and i have been in love with them ever since. i want to do that to my spiritual room. i lovve the rani pink. :) the krishna is stunning against the pink.

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  12. Oh yes, I really do. It makes such an impact. And I love the way you have framed the murti with the hanging shells behind. It's just the right touch.

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  13. the close up image with krishnaji looks awesome.

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  14. I loved ur pink wall. It seems to be tastefully decorated. I also loved ur gifts.

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  15. The wall is looking gorgeous! And I love how you have put everything together - so pretteh! :)

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  16. I am sure that Lord Krishna is showering His choicest blessings on you! Very colourful and aesthetic wall decor!

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