Manasa with her kith and kin was the darling of the day. Her ethnic attire was a feast to all eyes. The silken threads that constituted the attire were woven to perfection. The smile she wore on her face glittered more than the jewellery she was adorning. The velveteen layers of the garland she was bedecked with flawlessly matched her attire. The colourful balloons gave a nifty spectacle. The entire venue sported a festive look as the ceremony was about to begin.
Happiness knows no bounds, the ecstasy created hops from the child to you.
Momentary glow on your face, the lively radiance, never abates to continue.
Manasa’s sister, the fairy with pink wings descended down to provide happiness to everyone around. Her innocent smile captivated the hearts. The butterfly tiara adorning her cute head was brilliant and was exuding charm. Her blue and green ethnic wear was splendid and adorable. As the parents of the sister duo came as a family for a family portrait, exhilaration was brimming in their eyes.
The measure of happiness is the longevity of a smile, the long the jubilant.
Treasures in life are the bounty of happiness, the more, more the exultant.
It was time for little Manasa to get her ears pierced. The momentary cry as her ears were pierced sent panic emotions to the surrounding souls. As she recouped from the pain of the piercing needle, the surrounding souls too recouped with smiles filled with contentment. The Abdhapoorthi function of Manasa was a grand affair and our Abdhapoorthi photography was one of our best as we ventured capturing emotions.