A small hope... that i will be there... in your heart And Some illusion... in my mind... that i won't there I have dreamed... i have thought... that you are my world Oooo my dear... i have also thought that... you are my everything.
I am sorry Here poetry is missing But meaning is similar
Bathukamma, the symbol of Telangana’s cultural identity. It's a festival that celebrates the inherent relationship between the Earth, water and the human beings. Bathukamma festival begins on the day of Mahalaya Amavasya (in the later half of monsoon and before the onset of winter) and the festival continues till nine days. The monsoon brings plenty of water into rivers and Ponds and due which wild flowers bloom in vibrant colors even in the barren lands. Thangedu and Gunuka are the abundantly used flowers. Even Banthi, Pattukuchulu, Roses, Teku Puvvulu, Gummadi Puvvulu are the other flowers used. Heralding the beauty of nature in vibrant colors of multitudinous flowers, the women of Telangana celebrate Bathukamma. For about a week, women make small Bathukamma or Boddemma (A deity of Gowri) and play around them every evening and immerse them in a pond nearby (in villages) or in artificially made ponds (in cities and towns). This festival ends on the day of Durgastami that falls on a day or two days before Vijaya Dashami (Dussera) and celebrated it as SADDULA BATHUKAMMA, the grand finale day