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August 16, 2006

Krishna Nee Begane Baaro!

Come back as Jesus,
Come back and save the world .
Bless all the future of every boy and girl.
Come back as Rama, Forgive us for what we've done
Come back as Allah, Come back as anyone...

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

She looks sooooooo divine!!!!

lakshmi

Anonymous said...

Cheedai ellam saaptacha?

lakshmi

Tharini said...

Awww Boo. She's such a cutie. Delightful picture.

Happy Janmashtami with your little butter thief!

Nee said...

OMG, she looks so adorable! So did you use her feet for the traditional Krishna footprints?

மகேந்திரன்.பெ said...

krishnaa nee peganee ?

colonial cusins?

S... said...

cho chweet.. what else can I say?

The Kid said...

Aawwwwww! you must be very happy to have such a cute baby!

The Inquisitive Akka said...

Romba shweeta irukka!!

Thava said...

Looks so sweet...

Mylapore mami said...

panjakaccham, mutthumaalai,vangi, kuzhal.. besh besh! yaaru panjakacham kattivitta? romba romba nanna irukku

Drushti pattuvida poradu.

Premalatha said...

Awwwwwwwwwww. That is it. I want one (a baby).
:)

B o o said...

Thank you for all the cho-chweets! :)

மகேந்திரன் - அதே, அதே!

Latha - You can have mine!! ;) *was waiting to tell this dialogue for ages, 15 1/2 months to be precise!!*

kuttichuvaru said...

too cute!!

The Inquisitive Akka said...

You are linked!I finally did it!

Dadoji said...

Awesome pose. Great photo. Lovely song.

your said...

phentermine nice :)

--Sunrise-- said...

lovely picture! :)

i'm the 'o anonymous reader' by the way, that commented on your previous posts...

can i add you to my blogroll please? i love your blog!

- o anonymous reader

Mad Mad said...

IS there a mandate that all kids have to be dressed up like lord Krishna? Or maybe its that it wont look as cute if we dressed adults up like Him!

ashok said...

sweet!!!

Anonymous said...

ipa than pathen mudle suthi podu kuzhanthai ku,kanu pada poradhu,
chennai mami.

MumbaiGirl said...

She looks lovely.

B o o said...

Thanks again guys!

Sunrise, ofcourse you can! :)

Madhu - The only reason I dressed up Ashu was to shut my mum up with this photo when she asks me what I did(read as made!) for Krishna Jayanthi! And it worked like a charm! ;)

Chennai Mami - Will sure do! :)

Priya said...

Sho shweet! :-)

Did she put the kutti-krishnar-kaal-signs-in-white-maavu (for want of a better term!) in your house this year? ;-)

dimbulb said...

Pray, Do explain how you dressed her up?

The panchakachcham: Ready made or tied?

And HOW On EARTH did she stay still for so long?
Our janmashtami is a month or so later and I'm thinking of dressing up wriggly Mr.13 months ... and I'm starting at TNC : Totally No Clue:)

Aqua said...

she looks SO cute

and i love this hymn. my hubby's cousin sang it for us once and i just fell in love with this song!

B o o said...

Priya - Like I answered Madhu, dressing her up and taking the photo was the only thing I did on that day! :)

dimbulb - That panchakacham is my Dupatta! :) I just folded it into half, wrapped her and brought from the front to the back and inserted it. She was ok while I dressed her up. But she did nt stay still at all when I was taking photos. She was in a very bad mood and thats why the non-smiling krishna!

aqua - Good to see you here. I was a regular to your baby blog and after the long gap, I thought you have stopped writing. Good to see that you are back! :) I love the song too.

Anonymous said...

I am not going to be original this time, so all I am going to say that your blog rocks, sad that I don't have suck a writing skills