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December, 2010

A Doubt in Mahabharat
  • December 24, 2010

In some remote village of India, one masterji is teaching the Mahabharat katha to class 6 students. He is at the ‘krishnajanma’ part of it.

Masterji: “Kansa heard the akashwani that his sister’s 8th child is going to kill him. He was furious. He ordered to put vasudev n devki behind the bars.

First son is born, and kansa kills him by poisoning… Second one is born n kansa throws him off the mountain peak. Third one is born…”

Now Ramu, who is smartest of the lot, puts up his hand. Masterji, I have a doubt (sounding nervous n confused)

Masterji: “Ramu bete, whole India does not have doubt in mahabharata then how come u have one?”

Ramu : Masterji, if Kansa knew that Devaki’s 8th child was going to Kill him,


What Is The Best Punishment For A Woman?
  • December 15, 2010

Give her new clothes

Matching her jewelry

And nice cosmetics

And then

Lock her in a room without mirror.

The Dark Candle
  • December 15, 2010

A man had a little daughter–an only and much beloved child. He lived only for her, she was his life. So when she became ill and her illness resisted the efforts of the best obtainable physicians, he became like a man possessed, moving heaven and earth to bring about her restoration to health.

His best efforts proved fruitless, however, and the child died. The father was totally irreconcilable. He became a bitter recluse, shutting himself away from his many friends, refusing every activity that might restore his poise and bring him back to his normal self.

Then one night he had a dream. He was in heaven and witnessing a grand pageant of all the little child angels. They were marching in an apparently endless line past the Great White Throne. Every white-robed, angelic tot carried a candle. He noticed, however, that one child’s candle was not lit. Then he saw that the child with the dark candle was his own little girl. Rushing towards her, while the pageant faltered, he seized her in his arms, caressed her tenderly, and asked, “How is that your candle is the only one not lit?” “Father, they often relight it, but your tears … Read More »

The Horse Who Wanted More Beauty
  • December 11, 2010

A cosmic god had a horse. The horse was beautiful and also it had many good qualities. But it wanted to be more perfect in every way. It especially wanted to become beauty unparalleled.

One day the horse said to the cosmic god, “O Lord, you have given me beauty. You have given me other good qualities. I am so grateful to you. But how I wish you could make me more beautiful. I would be extremely, extremely grateful if you could make me more beautiful.”

The cosmic god said, “I am more than ready to make you more beautiful. Tell me in what way you want to be changed.”

The horse said, “It seems to me that I am not well proportioned. My neck is too short. If you can make my neck a little longer, my upper body will be infinitely more beautiful. And if you can make my legs much longer and thinner, then I will look infinitely more beautiful in my lower body.”

The cosmic god said, “Amen!” Then immediately he made a camel appear in place of the horse. The horse was so disheartened that it started to cry, “0 Lord, I wanted to become … Read More »

Semmozhiyana Tamil Mozhiyam
  • December 9, 2010
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Thanks for Listening So Patiently…
  • December 6, 2010

Thanks for Listening so Patiently Dude… I really appreciate It…











Rare Fact about Indian Coins…
  • December 6, 2010

Indian coins are mainly produced in 4 cities:

1. Delhi

2. Mumbai

3. Hyderabad

4. Kolkata

The production in city puts an identification mark under the year of issue. Coins produced in:

1. Delhi – have a dot

2. Mumbai – have a diamond

3. Hyderabad – have a star

4. Kolkata – Nothing beneath the year

Isn’t it amazing?

Most of us don’t know this……..Now put your hand inside your pocket/ wallet/ purse and check out!!!!

It is not the Amount that Matters but the Thought and Care
  • December 2, 2010
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Many years ago my wife and I were on a trip to Carmel, California for some shopping and exploring. On the way we stopped at a service station. As soon as we parked our car in front of the pumps, a young man, about eighteen or nineteen, came bouncing out to the car and with a big smile said, “Can I help you?”

“Yes,” I answered. “A full tank of gas, please.” I wasn’t prepared for what followed. In this day and age of self-service and deteriorating customer treatment, this young man checked every tire, washed every window – even the sunroof – singing and whistling the whole time. We couldn’t believe both the quality of service and his upbeat attitude about his work.

When he brought the bill I said to the young man, “Hey, you really have taken good care of us. I appreciate it.”

He replied, “I really enjoy working. It’s fun for me and I get to meet nice people like you.”

This kid was really something!

I said, “We’re on our way to Carmel and we want to get some milkshakes. Can you tell us where we can find the nearest Baskin-Robbins?”

“Baskin-Robbins is just … Read More »