Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Godavari Glory - Godavari Nitya Haarathi : Rajahmundry

Yesterday we had a wonderful experience of  Godavari Nitya Haarathi..It's a regular event conducted in Rajahmudry by govt.of Andhra Pradesh since Godavari Pushkaralu..Here I'm sharing few pics of that memorable experience..
The sunset view
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The golden tresses of Godavari
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నాగరాజ్ said...

వేదంలా ఘోషించే గోదావరి, అమరధామంలా విలసిల్లే రాజమహేంద్రి పాట మరోసారి గుర్తొచ్చిందండీ! మీరు గానీ.. మీడియో ఫొటోగ్రాఫరుగా గానీ పనిచేస్తున్నారండీ, ఫొటోలు భలేగా తీశారు :)

Rajlakshmi said...

The reflection looks gorgeous. Beautiful captures.

Unknown said...

వావ్ చాలా బాగున్నాయి ఫొటోలు . సెలవలు బాగా ఎంజాయ్ చేస్తున్నట్టున్నారు:)
మీ గోరింటాకు కూడా బాగుంది :)రాధిక (నాని)

Found In Folsom said...

Thank you for sharing, Nagini...beautiful...okkasari pandu vennallo aa godaramma vodduna koorchovalani undi..happy Duessara to you and your family.

Privy Trifles said...

Hey even I was at Rajahmundry two days ago. The pictures are so lovely! Thanks so much for sharing.... loved them!

vajra deep said...

Awesome. Sometimes Pictures speaks more and that one is proved in your post. Devotion and Nature met in the Godavari River. Thank you for the Post.

Mahathi Ramya said...

Pictures are lovely :-)

Bikram said...

wowow those are beautiful photos .. thank you for sharing :)


A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Nagh Raj garu,
అంటే నేను ఈ మధ్య మీడియా వాళ్ళతో సావాసం చేస్తున్నానండీ ..ఆ తీవ్రమైన ఎఫెక్ట్ అనుకుంటా :P !!! ధన్యవాదాలు..ధన్యవాదాలు :)
@ Rajlakshmi,
Thank you so much girl !! Long time..How u doing ??

@ Radhika garu,
చాలా థాంక్స్ రాధిక గారు :) అవునండీ,మరో రెండ్రోజులు ఈ వైభోగం.. మళ్ళీ రొటీన్ ఉరకలు పరుగులు.. ఎలా ఉన్నారు మీరు ??

@ Found in Folsom,
లతా జీ ,అబ్బా ఎన్ని రోజులకీ..మీ కామెంట్ చూసి చాలా హ్యాపీ అనిపించింది..మీక్కూడా దసరా శుభాకాంక్షలు.. థాంక్స్ అండీ :)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Privy Trifles,
Long time dear..:) Woww,you at Rajahmundry,nice to know yaar..Glad to hear from you..Thank you :)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Vajra,
Very true Vajra..Thank you so much for your words..Glad to have you here.. :)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Mahathi Ramya,
Thank you so much girl :)
@ Bikram,
Thanks a ton Bikram..Howz u ? :)

kulpreet yadav said...

The pictures are breathtaking, particularly the reflection in the water. You must take this hobby to professional levels.

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Prasad Np said...

Beautiful post.. I had no idea that such Aarti is performed on Godavari Banks

Rat said...

Beautiful captures.. :)
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