Sunday, December 24, 2017

Io Saturnalia!

It's right around holiday time, so we're on vacation in our living room for a day or two. In the meantime, please enjoy the season yourselves!

Whether you're observing Mandala Puja or celebrating Yemanja at the turn of the new year (or any other religion or festival of your choice), we hope you're having an awesome time!


  1. Happy Everything! May the turning of the world's axis bringing more light to the Northern Hemisphere over a period of 6 months be a joyous time of year for you.

    1. More sunlight is the BEST! It is a joyous time!

    2. Glad to hear it, lol. -Looks outside in Canada land- I will be happy when the sun stops setting at 4:15, that would make me happy

  2. You know, I had to go look up what on earth Mandala Puja even is, since in Kolkata we pretty much just celebrate Christmas :)

    Merry Christmas everybody! :D

    P.S. In case anyone is wondering what the last pic is saying, it's 'Many Many Auspicious Wishes for the New Year'. :)

    1. Hrmmm...auspicious wishes. That sounds strange for some reason. But is accurate. I even had to double check that I knew what auspicious meant.

    2. If it helps, what it's saying is 'Naye saal ki bahut bahut shubhkaamnaye'

      Naye = new

      saal = year

      ki = of

      bahut x 2 = many x 2

      shubh = auspicious

      kaamnaye = wishes/hopes

      Tidbit : Shubh is an alternate name for one of Ganesha's sons, when he's not called Kshema, and has similar roots to Shiva, whose name means 'The Ever Auspicious One'