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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Cheer Leader Photos

Cheer Leaders pictures from the sports like cricket and foot ball. Recently in Chennai, India, there was a controversy whether to allow cheer leaders are not. The reason stated was because of the dress code. Here you can find IPL Chennai Cheer Leaders also.

















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Kate Beckinsale Model Photos.

Very cute photography of bar girls. These pictures can be used as your desktop wallpapers.



















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Photos of Girls in India Celebrating Holi Festival

One of the major festivals of India, Holi is celebrated with enthusiasm and gaiety on the full moon day in the month of Phalgun which is the month of March as per the Gregorian calendar.
Holi festival may be celebrated with various names and people of different states might be following different traditions. But, what makes Holi so unique and special is the spirit of it which remains the same throughout the country and even across the globe, wherever it is celebrated.
Preparations
Entire country wears a festive look when it is time for Holi celebration. Market places get abuzz with activity as frenzied shoppers start making preparations for the festival. Heaps of various hues of gulal and abeer can be seen on the roadside days before the festival. Pichkaris in innovative and modern design too come up every year to lure the children who wish to collect them as Holi memorabilia and of course, to drench everybody in the town.
Womenfolk too start making early preparations for the holi festival as they cook loads of gujiya, mathri and papri for the family and also for the relatives. At some places specially in the north women also make papads and potato chips at this time. 
Season of Bloom
Everybody gets delighted at the arrival of Holi as the season itself is so gay. Holi is also called the Spring Festival - as it marks the arrival of spring the season of hope and joy. The gloom of the winter goes as Holi promises of bright summer days. Nature too, it seems rejoices at the arrival of Holi and wears its best clothes. Fields get filled with crops promising a good harvest to the farmers and flowers bloom colouring the surroundings and filling fragrance in the air. 
Legends
A Hindu festival, Holi has various legends associated with it. The foremost is the legend of demon King Hiranyakashyap who demanded everybody in his kingdom to worship him but his pious son, Prahlad became a devotee of Lord Vishnu. Hiranyakashyap wanted his son to be killed. He asked his sister Holika to enter a blazing fire with Prahlad in her lap as Holika had a boon which made he immune to fire. Story goes that Prahlad was saved by lord himself for his extreme devotion and evil minded Holika was burnt to ashes, for her boon worked only when she entered the fire alone.
Since that time, people light a bonfire, called Holika on the eve of Holi festival and celebrate the victory of good over evil and also the triumph of devotion to god. Children take special delight in the tradition and this has another legend attached to it. It says that there was once an ogress Dhundhi who used to trouble children in the kingdom of Prithu. She was chased away by children on the day of Holi. Therefore, children are allowed to play pranks at the time of 'Holika Dahan'. 
Some also celebrate the death of evil minded Pootana. The ogress tried to Lord Krishna as an infant by feeding it poisonous milk while executing the plan of Kansa, Krishna's devil uncle. However, Krishna sucked her blood and brought her end. Some who view the origin of festivals from seasonal cycles believe that Pootana represents winter and her death the cessation and end of winter.
In South India, people worship Kaamadeva- the god of love and passion for his extreme sacrifice. According to a legend, Kaamadeva shot his powerful love arrow on Lord Shiva to revoke his interest in the worldly affairs in the interest of the earth. However, Lord Shiva was enraged as he was in deep mediation and opened his third eye which reduced Kaamadeva to ashes. Though, later on the request of Rati, Kaamadeva's wife, Shiva was pleased to restore him back.
Holika Dahan
On the eve of Holi, called Chhoti or Small Holi people gather at important crossroads and light huge bonfires, the ceremony is called Holika Dahan. This tradition is also followed in Gujarat and Orissa. To render greatfulness to Agni, god of Fire, gram and stalks from the harvest are also offered to Agni with all humility. Ash left from this bonfire is also considered sacred and people apply it on their foreheads. People believe that the ash protects them from evil forces. 
Play of Colors
Holi FestivalGreat excitement can be seen in people on the next day when it is actually the time for the play of colours. Shops and offices remain closed for the day and people get all the time to get crazy and whacky. Bright colours of gulal and abeer fill the air and people take turns in pouring colour water over each other. Children take special delight in spraying colours on one another with their pichkaris and throwing water balloons and passers by. Women and senior citizen form groups called tolis and move in colonies - applying colours and exchanging greetings. Songs, dance on the rhythm of dholak and mouthwatering Holi delicacies are the other highlights of the day. 
Expression of Love
Lovers too long to apply colours on their beloved. This has a popular legend behind it. It is said that the naughty and mischievous Lord Krishna started the trend of playing colours. He applied colour on her beloved Radha to make her one like him. The trend soon gained popularity amongst the masses. No wonder, there is no match to the Holi of Mathura, Vrindavan and Barsana - the places associated with the birth and childhood of Radha and Krishna. 
Ecstasy of Bhang
There is also a tradition of consuming the very intoxicating bhang on this day to further enhance the spirit of Holi. It is so much fun to watch the otherwise sober people making a clown of themselves in full public display. Some, however, take bhang in excess and spoil the spirit. Caution should therefore be taken while consuming bhang delicacies. 
Sober Evening
After a funfilled and exciting day, the evenings the spent in sobriety when people meet friends and relatives and exchange sweets and festive greetings. 
It is said the spirit of Holi encourages the feeling of brotherhood in society and even the enemies turn friend on this day. People of all communities and even religions participate in this joyous and colouful festival and strenthen the secular fabric of the nation. 




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Photos of Girls Preparing Rangoli in College Competition

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Photos of Girls Preparing Rangoli in College competition. Rangoli is a festival of colours in Indian and this is enjoyed by everyone including actress of Bollywood and this is telecasted in channels where actress perorm their celebrations. For this time why not we put the lights on some colleges where this wonderful festival is being carried out among friends. By now everyone has seen most of my photos collection of celebrities and housewives as i have been hubbing for the past 10 months. New face models becoem popular through albums and i also make their photo galleries but my fans are more interseted with photos of Real life Situation Photos.Indian girls will be the main essence in the www.IndianGirlsPhotos.com site. May be you think that they are models or actress. They are not at all celebrities or any well known actress, but they are ordinary ever loving beauties who are just married. India is always rich with beauties of this kind and in these editions most of these women are from rich families and these pictures were taken by them when they were on pleasure trips or tours to places for enjoying their luxurious life. Saree photos showing the traditional value of Indian culture is also included so that its memories will not fad away on seeing modern dress like jeans and salwars. . These are just taken pieces that is here for your full entertainment and is best than all of the heroines in indian cinema. Many of them are from Kerala and are looking very beautiful when they appear in saree which is suitable for many celebration occassions.
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Actress illeana Hot Pics in Black Jeans Orange Tops

Telugu actress illeana in a recent telugu movie in black jeans and orange tops. Illeana films are block busters in tollywood movie industry. Very soon she is going to act in bollywood movies.
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Actress Anushka and Mumaith Khan Bikini




Actress anushka bikini in telugu film Billa and actress Mumaith Khan Bikini.
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Color Color Which Color Do You Choose

Presenting a collection of pakistani girls photos.
Hot pakistani girls in different colors.

So now..........

Color color which color do you chooooose ........ ???






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21yrs Old Indian Girl Preethi

Hot Indian Girl Prity Picture

Gender: Girls
Age: 21
Location: India
Self Description: i m so simple girl.make new friends r my hobby...k
Smoke: No
Drink: No
Marital Status: Single
Zodiac Sign: Aries
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Sexy Young Lahore Girls Photo

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Attention please now we are publishing Shagufta’s profile that is our regular reader from Lahore Pakistan. She is bright and cheerful, at first when you meet her she says, “ I am quiet but once I know you, I talk a lot. I am a diligent worker and know what to do to get something done”.
Shagufta loves to meet someone really simple, nice, cool, normal people, warm hearted, deeply cares about her. More about her she loves listening music, likes cooking, making friends, watching TV. She is looking for friends who will help her in need
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Innocent Pakistani University Girls

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Here is a pretty Pakistani girl Mahnoor Choudary who has been beautified with the flowers in her green garden. She belongs to heart of Punjab Lahore and doing her M.A education from Punjab University.
Mahnoor Choudary likes flowers and writes that flowers are not only the beauty of nature but also the symbol of love and friendship. Flowers can express your feelings and can make your love ones happy. Different colours of flowers convey unreliable meaning. For example red rose is taken as a symbol of love, white rose represents purity and innocence, yellow rose means friendship, pink is a symbol of passion and joy and blue rose is a sign of mystery.
Girls use flowers in different ways to enhance their beauty, like in hands, in hair, or in the form of earrings. The selection of the flowers is according to the colour and design of the dress worn by the girl.
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Karachi Girls Photos

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Karachi is the heart of Pakistan and it has variety of activities to enjoy. The traditional shopping in Karachi is famous among the people of the country. Girls from all over Pakistan love to visit Karachi for shopping and fun.
Mehwish has sent us her picture and told us that she was attending her cousin’s wedding in Karachi. Mehwish is wearing dark colored clothes, with little makeup on her face and she is looking simple but gorgeous. Mehwish likes Indian tradition, she loves music and dance especially on wedding you can see in the background some music player’s portrait. She writes that any body has the same interest please comment I will soon contact.
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