Happy Vijaya 2014


To the readers
 

The Happy Vijaya Greeting

A graphic image on Happy Vijaya Greeting is displayed here. After the Sharod Festival, this is a social custom to wish happiness to each other and for all. This is called Subho Vijaya (Happy Vijaya). I greet all of my friends and bloggers of WordPress (above 50), Facebook (above 250), Twitter (100 of 990), Google (above 80), Linked In (above 100) and all other 12 to 14 connected blogs that contain many more friends/bloggers; about six hundred bloggers & friends’ images are displayed here for greeting them on behalf of my WordPress blog. Thank you!

Happy Vijaya 2014

Happy Vijaya 2014

Bengal Blogaru

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About নীলসীন neelseen

নীলোৎপল সিংহ ( জন্ম.১৯৬০ ) কলকাতায় (ক্যালকাটা, ভারত ) বসবাস করেন। একজন কলকাতাবাসী শিল্পী হিসাবে তিনি দীর্ঘ ত্রিশবছর ব্যাপী চিত্রকলা ও নিউ মিডিয়া প্রকল্প চর্চার সঙ্গে যুক্ত আছেন। Nilotpal Sinha ( b.1960 ) lives in Kolkata (Calcutta, India ), Being a Kolkata based artist he is engaged in painting and new media projects during last thirty years.
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2 Responses to Happy Vijaya 2014

  1. nabaach says:

    happy bijoya.many many thanks to u and ur family.love all- naba

  2. To the readers/bloggers,
    This is to notify that I wrote here ” I greet all of my friends and bloggers of WordPress (above 50),..”; it’s wrong. Today I suddenly discover it in “settings” that at present the number of enlisted friends/bloggers are 174, not above 50! So I greet all these 174 bloggers/friends and congratulation to all of you.
    Thank you,
    Regards,
    neelseen

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