Friday, September 29, 2006

It's been long since I blog here but than I am sure you must be visiting the main kidsfreesouls website blog.

Well, remember the days when Grannies told the stories and we listened in rapt attention with all emotions changing as we heard them. On September 27, Ancestor's day was celebrated I head but than we do have the Grandparents day celebrated every year and this Ancestor day is just like our 'Shraddh Period' i.e. 15 days of remembering our ancestors and cooking a delicacy called 'Kheer' (Milk mixed with cooked rice & nuts). We eat and remember our loved ones who are no more with us. Flooded memories come back and we really miss them.

Many of our children must be missing their grandparents and miss those stories but here is a site and I am sure, you will love to listen to these tales by great story tellers. Why, you can even find a book of your choice. Enjoy!

- ilaxi patel


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Shalvi said...

Got my password back...thanks for the comment...does feel good seeing one's name at Kidsfreesouls.

Shalvi Agarwal