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Friday, October 21, 2011

My Grand Daughter Mira

My daughter Bhavana & her daughter Mira are on an annual vacation to India: I present below some of the images captured of Mira in various moods :

34 comments:

  1. A beautiful girl and great shot. Well done.

    A nice weekend to all of you from Norway.

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  2. This must be a real change for your granddaughter.

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  3. Lovely pictures, she looks so happy with her henna.

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  4. Such a pretty girl. I sometimes go camera crazy when with my niece so I can relate. And I love her henna tattoo!

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  5. Namaste, what a delightful family you have and such a beautiful granddaughter.

    thanks for stopping by, oh and the teapot is not mine, its a photo i got from the internet, it was just lovely and i had to use it.

    take care...
    Rhapsody
    http://twitter.com/rhapsodyphoenix

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  6. Hello,

    Let me tell you that the profile write up you have is interesting.

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  7. beautiful girls!!! thank you for your comments on my blog :)

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  8. Hi Ram! Sorry for the absence, but these last two months have been rather nasty! My mother (90) was in hospital for more than three weeks and the post-surgery was hard! My father (94) seemed to be an orphan while my mother was out and felt into some kind of depression... The economy is a disaster and the media only bring bad news... The € Euro is rescued every day, only to be known that it needs to be rescued again and again next morning... What else? Well, maybe «Midnight in Paris»... The problem is that the Gil there is a different one... ;)

    Congratulations! She looks great!!

    Blogtrotter Two wanders currently around pre-historical Corsica, where it seems all this will be leading to... ;) Enjoy and have a wonderful week ahead!

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  9. She is very cute! Beautiful captures! :)

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  10. Enjoyed going through your blog. Mira is cute. I love her.

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  11. There is something so special about grandchildren - it is difficult to express the exact feeling - maybe it is seeing our own child as the provider and care giver that makes it such a wonderful inexplicable joy to behold - thanks for sharing Ramu

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  12. What an enchanting little girl Mira is - and what a highly educated and inspirational family she has been born into.
    I love mehndi too - and it has been so very long since I have had the pleasure of its scent and feel on my fingers...

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  13. Thank you all for your nice comments. The following additional comments have been received thro e-mail:
    @Nitya:She is beautiful Ramu mama!

    @ Moorthy Mama: Excellent

    @Janaki Narayanan: Very Sweet !

    @Natarajan:Nice photos, Ramu.
    She is replica of Bhavana as I remember.

    @Anna Manni: Nice photos

    @Raji:She is too cute. Looks a regular vaalu.What is she doing at a construction site. and how she loves the mehndi

    @Lalitha Chitthi: Dear Shoba Ramu,Your grand dughter looks adorable . I wish I could see her now.Thank you for the Pictures.

    @Seetha Suresh alias Viji:Little Mira is a wee charmer
    and to me...
    she looks just like her mother
    who I remember, when little,
    sported a similar sweet smile.
    As memories rush forth from decades ago
    images hurriedly merge child and mother
    like Spring blooming into Summer !

    God bless little Mira.
    Viji

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  14. Lovely....
    kids really enjoy there stay with grand parents as grand parents do....i often see this joy of both side whenever we visit to my hometown....

    BTW thanks for the visit n comments Sir, feeling honored....hope to see you more often...Thank you.

    Regards,
    irfan.

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  15. Awww...Lovely photos...looks like you all had a blast...

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  16. Sam Moorthy commented thro e-mail: Ramu anna,I remember meeting Shoba manni, Bhavana and Mira in 2007 when we were with Lakshmi. Spending time with Mira was an absolute treat. A very friendly kid, she took to us all and it was tough to leave Bhavana's house. Thanks for sharing the pics. She looks lovely.

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  17. Ramakrishnan ji, Thanks for your comment on my blog.
    I read your about me and it amazed me to read it. Read about your granddaughter there and the post is also about her. What a sweet little angel. Captured well too in different moods...

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  18. Mira is cute and pretty. Bet she'll be my friend should I meet her face to face - just see how she smiles:)

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  19. she is sooo cute! thanks for stopping by :)

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  20. Hi, I am also a Meera ( not Mira though) so I was drawn to this post. Your grand daughter is very cute and you are probably a fond grand father. BTW you may like to read my post " The name of the rose" http://meerareflections.blogspot.com/2011/07/name-of-rose.html where I discuss my name -Meera

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  21. Aawww ... so sweet! My warm wishes to Mira, God bless.

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  22. Proud grandfather :)

    I liked the Hina photograph....I love getting hina done :)

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  23. Nice pictures! Must have been wonderful for all of you to spend Diwali together after many years. I too think that Mira looks like Bhavana, although several people have mentioned that she looks like me....Bridget Rosario

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  24. Greetings to you. I have enjoyed the photos of your granddaughter, Mira, and of the rest of your lovely family. I see that her family lives in Boise - I have friends (a DR and his family) who also live in Boise.

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  25. cutie pie she is...:)

    I guess you love photography...and I am amazed by the way you capture these small moments:)

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