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hey aint this design from last years 'vanitha'??:-Denjoyed onam??TC,Divs.
you see uh we guys dont read vanitha:P and the girls were kept out of the entire decision making process .I could have happend, but i bet the lady teachers who judged were also vanitha readers and would have noticed THAT!
i dont knw ne thing abt athapoo other thn its done for onm n its made of flowers...
@Divya Wow Photographic memory
I saw the same pic in another blog. Guess it was your college mate. And I reiterate, this has to be one of the best athapoo I have seen in a long time.
well this is a design from last yr vanitha onam special or watever n this is exactly the design we liked from the set and were considering....:) so wondering how u came up the exact same design n the same color combo......*wondering oh so innnocently*:PDivs
@DivyaAll said and done it was a tough nut to crack. Simply because of the size of the Athapookalam. The amount of work involved was around 15 people working for 15 hrs thats 225 manhours. Think about it. The original design was small where as ours was exactly 3m diameter. @Silverine Yep we are classmates and close friends too. :D AND we were involved in this.
@Divs...I'd like to see you gals do this atham in all its geometrical perfection....Did you read how it was created?
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