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Category Archives: Humour

April fools day 2015.

April fool or 1st April is a day to glorify silly moments in life. The moments when we took a knee jerk reaction as a life changing thought. This day today I dusted up some old Mr. Beans movies and reminded myself of the fact how Mr. Beans is in everyone, at least at some moment, especially when we think we are sure to be intelligent and logical.
Mr. Beans is as logical as one can be. Continue reading

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Talking inconsequential

Small talk is no small matter.

Talking or conversing is an attempt to communicate the perceptions. At least that is how I understood it. But now I am told that I am wrong. I am told that in social conversation, nothing should be spoken which is of consequence.

No honest opinions be expressed for it may result in flurry of activity on the part of listeners. Or worse may start introspection which could be in wrong direction or right direction.

This nudging has made me wonder again about my social handicap. It is not improving at all. A year gone by when I had formulated some points about socializing and here I am, back on the same path and same wooden feet. Continue reading


A religious gathering.

Religious Consumption:

Religion is most promising nectar seeking to cure everything that is unpalatable in life. We regularly consume this potion, of course with faith. India is no different. Rather it has a variety of religious potions to embellish the personal religious tavern. I had written about one such new potion about Sai Baba.

About Sri Sukhmani Sahib (श्री सुखमनी साहिब जी):

Until about 30 years ago i.e. before separatist Khalistan movement started in Punjab, Sikh religion and rituals were part of religious rituals of every Punjabi Hindu. At ground level, barring Sikh bigots, situation is same. For all practical purposes there is hardly any distinction for the purpose of bonding though marriage or otherwise. Sri Sukhmani Saheb as this holy Sikh book is called, is part of the supreme Sikh holy book Sri Granth Sahib. The reading of Sri Sukhmani Sahib is supposed to bring peace. In fact ‘sukh’ means peace ‘mani’ relates to mind. Continue reading


Another New Year 2015 and another day.

Welcome to 2015.

New Year 2015 and it’s first day is after all just another day. We discover new things every day and mercifully forget some things while some cruel memories are always haunting as usual.
However what we discover everyday is also indicative of how much we had missed on previous days. How little we had lived because so much was missed everyday. Just a few complete moments lived out of an entire life time.

New Year resolution.

The resolutions, made on New Year or not, fail us. Promises find a way to be ignored. But nothing stops us from chasing resolutions or making new promises. It goes on forever.

No resolution, no promise and no regrets. Doesn’t that sound like resolution?

Who said there would be no resolution ?


Merry Christmas 2014 without water.

Merry Christmas to all the readers.

Christmas is said to be a time or forgiveness and togetherness. In India unless a person is christian or has close links with a christian family, it is just another holiday in which churches are beautifully decorated. In India the counter-part of Christmas is Deepawali or Diwali. Any how, I would share a jest. This morning I received a SMS from somebody I do not know personally. it congratulated me in these words:

“Wish you a happy, prosperous and merry Christmas……”

The message apparently was written in the same fashion as a Diwali greeting which is festival of prosperity. Any how it shows the ignorance of us all about others. I wonder if I am correct about the first line I wrote above, about forgiveness and togetherness.

A cold, parched but moist Christmas:

Winter is here, in New Delhi and Northern India. This year it arrived late but abruptly. Continue reading