Dasara in Houston

Navaratri Alakarana

Devi Avatar Decorations for Dasara
Devi Avatar Alakarana for Navaratri ~ at Sri Meenakshi Temple, Houston

Bommala Koluvu, Gollu at Meenakshi Temple, Houston
Bommala Koluvu for Navaratri ~ at Sri Meenakshi Temple, Houston

Maa Durge, Maa Ambe, Maa Jagdambe, Maa Bhawani, Maa Sheetla, Maa Vaishnao,
Maa Chandi, Mata Devi. Jai Mata Di.
Shubha Dasara, dear family and friends.


13 Responses to “Dasara in Houston”

  1. The idols are splendid, so is the decoration..

    Wishing you and your family a joyous time..

  2. vani says:

    thankyou for the lovely pics….. beautiful decoration and also wishing you and your family a happy navratri.

  3. harini-jaya says:

    gr8 pics…Happy Dasara to u all

  4. Nishi says:

    The goddess as well as the decoration are just beautiful. Thanks for posting 🙂

  5. ఎంత అందంగా ఉంది.. విజయదశమి శుభాకాంక్షలు ఇందిర…

  6. vandya says:

    Lovely clicks, Indira

  7. kalva says:

    thanks so much for the pictures..

  8. Sarada says:

    The pictures are a divine bliss. Thank You.

  9. souj says:

    Thank you so much for the photos. I love your website and my aunt stays in Houston too. If you don’t mind let me know where you stay and I would like to meet you. I will be very happy to meet such a wonderful person like you. I need your autograph and pic with you… Thanks once again.

  10. madhuri says:

    2 kallu saripotam ledu indira…the pictures are a divine bliss indeed .Thanks for sharing

  11. Shobana says:

    Hi Indira

    Now-a-days, I made it a point to visit your website before any festival or cooking. I missed your lovely idea of making Ganapathi with clay.

    Lovely photos. As Souj said, I was planning to visit Houston just for the sake of meeting you (Never been there). Can you pl. share your garden photos too (the whole of your garden)?

    Also, what vegetables can we grow during winter in CA? Your suggestions are greatly appreciated.


  12. Narayan says:

    Amazing pics and they are so beautifully arranged and in India (at least in Mumbai) there is so much garish display of Durga, with little tradition and devotion.. Just an excuse for making noise and dancing on streets!

    It takes staying away to get back to roots.

  13. Kay says:

    Beautiful. It must have been even amazing to see them in person right? Mine was a small and simple arrangement at home being my first time.

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