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George, Ringo and Pattie on George’s 25th birthday in Rishikesh, India, 1968
"I arranged a special cake for George, with white icing and pink flowers and an Indian greeting - ‘Jai Guru Deva’ - written across the top in gold letters. Then I bought a bundle of fireworks and some streamers, balloons and so forth. Earlier on I had bought an Indian banjo as my own gift to George.
The weather was good on the day itself so we were able to have an outdoor party. Pattie wore a lovely yellow sari for the occasion. We put decorations up in the trees and everyone had garlands of flowers to put round George’s neck. In fact he disappeared beneath a colourful and fiowery mountain of garlands before we’d finished! Then there was the special surprise of the evening - at the suggestion of the others I’d organised a band of local Indian musicians and a singer to perform at the party. Maharishi made a nice little speech about George, presented his gift and then we got down to letting off the fireworks and listening to the music.”- Mal Evans, The Beatles Book, June 1968
I think I know how I want to celebrate my 25th!
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