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Life, People and Ideas. Connecting India and Indian diaspora around the world. Your one stop blog for all things India right from business, technology to arts, films and entertainment and more.

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By: beth

Sun, 22 Oct 2006 19:41:06 +0000

Sadly no sweets, but I did have yummy dinner at one of Champaign's three Indian restaurants on Friday...and ate so much that I didn't have room for a lassi - very sad!

By: kamlabhatt

Sun, 22 Oct 2006 15:48:11 +0000

Thanks Beth for your comment, especially since you work in a museum and are a librarian par excellence. Yes, the encyclopedia information is great, but it lacks the personal touch. I had fun interviewing the folks from different parts of the world...and realized that everybody yearns for the same things: happiness, friendship and love. So your sentiment is not corny at all. Hope you got to eat at least one mithai or sweet :-) Kamla

By: beth

Sun, 22 Oct 2006 15:40:53 +0000

Lovely post! As someone new to Diwali, it was so fun to hear different voices talk about it at a personal, family-friends level, as opposed to the encyclopedia-type info which is what I usually have to turn to as I learn about India! The Indian Student Association put candles out on our university quad last night; it was beautiful to see but even more beautiful to realize how many people were stopping to look and to wonder. And that's a phenomenon I wish we had more of every day (and is one reason I love working in a museum)! A little corny, I know, but true.