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Seasonal logos - 2006


New Year Logo
Date: December-22-2006

MouthShut wishes all its members a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year!

 
Christmas Logo
Date: December-22-2006

Wishing all the members a Very Happy Christmas.

 
Eid Logo
Date: October-23-2006

Eid-ul-Fitr is the time to seek God's blessings. May this Eid bring in everlasting peace and happiness in our lives.

 
Diwali Logo
Date: October-19-2006

A very Happy Diwali to all MouthShut members. May you add sparkle to your life.

 
Independence Day Logo
Date: August-15-2006

MouthShut celebrates India's Independence Day with its new logo and prays for universal peace and harmony. Happy Independence Day.

 
Monsoon Logo
Date: July-10-2006

The rains are here to usher in a period of regeneration. The new MoutShut Logo celebrates the monsoons.

 
World Cup Logo
Date: June-26-2006

The World Cup fever is on. The MouthShut logo celebrates the spirit of one of the biggest sporting events.

 
Mother's Day Logo
Date: May-13-2006

As someone rightly said, ‘God could not be everywhere and therefore he created mothers’. The new MouhShut logo celebrates Mother’s Day.

 
Easter Logo
Date: Apr-15-2006

St. Augustine says that Jesus disappeared from our sight so that we may return. MouthShut celebrates the essence of life and timelessness as symbolized by Easter.

 
Holi Logo
Date: Mar-14-2006

The most colorful of all festivals is here. Let us all soak in the very happiness and unbridled joy of Holi . Happy Holi to all MouthShut members!

 
Valentine's Day Logo
Date: Feb-13-2006

What the world really needs is more love. On the occasion of Valentine's Day, MouthShut urges all its friends to spread the message of love and peace.

 
Republic Day Logo
Date: Jan-25-2006

On this Republic Day let us all pledge to contribute to the best of our ability. Only then, in the words of our Hon'ble President, can “India become a developed nation”. Jai Hind!

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