Saturday, September 6, 2008

Ganpati Bappa Morya!


M back after a bit of a hiatus. This year (as every year) in our society, we come together and make the decorations (or makar) for Ganesh Chaturthi. The main contributors are

Archana (The creative mind behind everything)

Chetan ( Lots of experience and inputs)

Abhijeet ( Specially flown in from London)

Ishan ( No comments!)

and Me

This year's theme was a open book. And this is how it turned out...(The ganpati in the book is made using pulses..)

Looks quite good na.. :-)



Krithika S Koundinya.. said...

Hey.. beautiful art work!! good work yaar.. I did not think u were capable of it!! :P jokes apart. its nice.. keep it up!!

Kavita said...

Hey really nice.. But do you remember you were gonna use those grains.. So did you cook....


jerry said...

heyyy read ur blog posts and found some of them to be wow.. u write well...btw u shud write more often....alll d best...chao :)

Kunal Mudgal said...

@ kriti

yes i am capable...glad u liked it..comment more often


those grains had fevicol on them...


thanks man!! wil post more often..

Directionless Wanderer said...

great work! .... its nice to see Ganesh Chaturthi alive and well even in this age .... a great ocassion for social get-togethers .... Mumbai really comes alive and this seems to be a small yet significant part of the beautiful melee that defines GC