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” Ek Chiraiya… ”

 

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Ek chiraiya ghonsle ko chhod udd udd jaaye
Aur ye soche kaash aisa ho kadam mud jaaye

Ik chiraiya ghonsle ko chhod ud ud jaaye
Aur ye soche kaash aisa ho kadam mud jaaye

Tinka tinka kar batora aur banaaya ghar
Par samay ki barishon ne kar diya beghar
Kar diya beghar.. kar diya begharr..

O musafir dheer dhar
Aayega sooraj idhar
Kaahe bhaage.. kaahe bhaage..
Door jitna jaayega
Laut phir naa paayega
Kaahe bhaage.. kaahe bhaage..

Ek charraiya ko paraaya des kaise bhaaye
Gaaon ka peepal puraana yaad usko aaye
Tinka tinka kar batora aur banaaya gharr
Par samay ki barishon ne kar diya begharr
Kar diya beghar.. kar diya begharr..

Yeh jo asuan ki ladi
Beh rahi hai har ghadi
Tere aage.. tere aage..
Yaad rakh har mod par
Ek nayi subah khadi
Kaahe bhage.. kaahe bhaage..

Ik chiraiya aansuon se lad jhagad so jaaye
Raah pathreeli hai lekin hausla na jaaye
Tinka tinka kar batora aur banaaya gharr
Par samay ki baarishon ne kar diya begharr
Kar diya beghar.. kar diya begharr..!!!

Happy uttrayan..!!!

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Hu Chu Gujarati…!!! (I Am Gujju)

“Hu Chu Gujarati” if someone tell u this line believe that he/she has his/her own personality, which is something unique & different. Gujjus have their own way of thinking about food, fashion, moneymaking,etc.

Here are some typical Gujju’s thoughts..

We take the constitution very seriously, everybody is called “bhai” and “ben”.

” When someone asks about a person, we say GENTLEMAN MANAS CCHEY!! ”

“Bombay + Gujarat +London+ America= whole world.
Nothing else exists for us.”

“Vile Parle and New Jersey feels like home , Apduj 6…!!”

” We are everywhere, all over the globe – deal with it…!!!”

” The first rule of money – never use your own!!! ”

” All our conversations begin with kem 6, maja ma ne, and end with, koi saaru investment batavo ne…! ”

” Sensex interests us more…!!! ”

” At least 50% of your contacts on you phone book end with the word BHAI. ”

” Time spent at a party – Dancing (10 minutes), Chitchat (10 minutes), Dinner (100 minutes). ”

” Dandiya is our Prom. ”

” If u do not go for Navratri, u didn’t exist. ”

” Falguni Pathak is Britney Spears for us. ”

” We can do Garba on any song in the world. ”

“Su nava juni” is our version of wassup?

” Being Punjabi means more chapati, less rice; being Mallu means less chapati, more rice. Being Gujju – just eat more yaar, shu farak pade 6, he?? ”

” We eat home made theplas with chhundo and athanu on business class flight. ”

” Chhas is our beer! ”

” Be it seven in the morning or 1am, gaathiyas are always welcome. ”

” Gujjus believe Narendra Modi is the solution for everything – from fashion style to nation’s progress. ”

” We can speak any language of the world in Gujarati! ”

” Hindi humko jara bi nahi faata hai…! ”

” CATBURY is the generic name for chocolate..”

” You pack according to a 5 night 6 day holiday when going for a one day picnic. ”

At last i just want to say…
” jya jya vase Gujarati tya tya vase Gujarat”

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I Am A LonelY RoaD Of BrokeN DreamZ…. ,
It’S A BoulevarD ThaT I Am SearchinG
FoR….!

ThesE StarZ R VerY DulL…., It’S A MooN
ThaT I Am SearchinG FoR….!

HappinesS R So AngrY At Me…., It’S LifE
ThaT I Am SearchinG FoR….!

TherE Is A CrowD ArounD Me At AlL TimE….,
It’S A FrienD ThaT I Am SearchinG FoR….!

My LifE Is JusT LikE A PatH…., It’S A
Destinatio N ThaT I Am SearchinG FoR….!

Don’T KnoW WhaT It Is ThaT I’hV LosT….,
MaY Be It’S’ME’Th aT I Am SearchinG FoR….!!!

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If cricket is a religion then Sachin
Tendulkar is definitely a God. The
statement has been passed on from father to son like a family tradition in the cricket frenzy nation. India’s obsession with cricket is a well known fact and no conversation about cricket is complete without mentioning the Little Master.

           Whether it’s a street match that gets into stoppage time because the teens are fighting to don the name Sachin Tendulkar or the national stadium where a 15-year-old is being taught to emulate the Master Blaster’s signature straight drive by his coach, the lives of millions of Indians has been affected by a
Mumbaikar – who changed India’s
attitude towards the sport.

The little known facts about the Master Blaster:

-Sachin Tendulkar was the first batsman to have been declared run out by a third umpire against South Africa in 1992.

-He was the first overseas cricketer to play for Yorkshire CCC in 1993.

-Shane Warne famously remarked after the Australian tour of India, and then Sharjah in 1998, that his nightmares are
full of “Sachin coming, dancing down the track and lofting me over for yet another six!”

-Tendulkar has 13 coins from his coach Ramakant Achrekar. He would win a coin if he got through an entire net session without being dismissed.

-Holds the unique distinction of scoring a century on debut in Ranji Trophy, Irani Trophy and Duleep Trophy.

-Sachin Tendulkar was the first batsman to have been declared run out by a third umpire against South Africa in 1992.

-He was the first overseas cricketer to play for Yorkshire CCC in 1993.

-Shane Warne famously remarked after the Australian tour of India, and then Sharjah in 1998, that his nightmares are full of “Sachin coming, dancing down the track and lofting me over for yet another six!”

-Tendulkar has 13 coins from his coach Ramakant Achrekar. He would win a coin if he got through an entire net session without being dismissed.

-Holds the unique distinction of scoring a century on debut in Ranji Trophy, Irani Trophy and Duleep Trophy.

-Tendulkar was the first individual without an aviation background to be awarded the honorary rank of Group Captain by the Indian Air Force.

-There are two wards in New Delhi’s Tihar Jail, one named after Tendulkar and another after Vinod Kambli. The duo shared a 664-run unbroken partnership
in a school.

-Receives Arjuna Award for achievements in cricket.
   
      And now, the 40-year-old Tendulkar last week announced his decision to retire from Test cricket after playing his landmark
200th match, bringing an end to the intense speculation about his future.

World without END…!!!

Fri. Sep. 13
Today i want to start to write my daily story…!!

Aaj ka din wese to bohut bura tha.. Par wo log kehte na..always kuch acha socho..to us hisab se bolu to bahut kuch sikhne ko mila..!!!

Wese ye week placement ka chal rha he..Aaj Elitecore company aayi thi college  me…kya pakaya yrr uske technical head ne..sala hua pathhar utha k maru uske sir pe..!!!! Anyways selection to nai hua lekin ye pta chal gya that agar esi koi company jisme jana hi nai he to sala itne mehnat kare kon… Sale 7 baje tak to clg me rakhte hee…bdw kal Indian Navy me interview dena h..bina preparaction k interview dena jese aadat si ban gai he..lolzz😛
Thats all.

Bdw idk mene is ka title “world without END” gyu rakha may b coz akki says me today that there is no End…so Aaj se start kare rha Hu, enjoyed it.
Gn.

Simple Joys Of Life :)

Ye Meri Hai Kahaani

Here, I have just tried to find simple joys of our lives that are not so costly yet so meaningful. You can add somemore in comments that i may forgot.

Feeding sparrow with your hand
– Finding window sit in bus/train
– Wi-Fi without password
– Garba
– Meet with an old school friend accidently
– Hmmmmm
– Cloud9 + Music
– Make mother laugh with your PJs
– plug near bed for mobile charge
– Having very good topic to write
– Leaving your past behind for a few moments
– Shradhha kapoor on laptop wallpaper
–  Chhosing queue that moves faster than its side
– Kids walking like penguin to school
– When your crush texts you
– Riding a bike faster than a dog behind
– Finding a perfect emotion on whatsapp
– Smell of earth after first rain
– Proving L.H.S. = R.H.S. in maths…

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The sudden ascent of stocky,
62 year old Narendra Modi as a serious
contender for the nation’s leadership
has taken people by surprise. The
general election is still a year away but
the average, open minded, middle-of-
the-road Indian wonders how to think
about the polarizing chief minister of
Gujarat. Either you love him or hate
him, which is precisely why one must
not react with a knee-jerk but try and
go beyond the shallow surface of a
flawed but remarkable human being.
India today is discontented
and troubled as a result of corruption
scandals, high inflation, declining
growth, and a government in denial.
Sick of the drift and paralysis, people
desperately seek a strong leader, and
insistently ask if Narendra Modi might
be the one. Clearly, he has proven the
ability to build a vibrant economy and
usher in corrupt free governance. Could
he be India’s best chance to ungum the
bureaucracy, tackle corruption and
restore the economy to health? But
Modi also has a clear downside: he is
dictatorial with communal tendencies.
Should one risk India’s precious
secular and collaborative traditions for
the sake of good governance and
prosperity? It is a dreadful moral
dilemma between equally important
values–a classic dharma-sankat.
No Indian leader in recent
times has spoken with such passion
about ‘governance’ and ‘development’.
His talk of ‘less government and more
governance’ resonates with the aspiring
young middle class. He has changed the
language of politics with words like
outcomes, accountability, and
unbureaucratic service delivery. Visit a
municipal office, he says, and you will
only see clerks; but an urbanizing
nation needs technical people to solve
sanitation, transport and infrastructure
problems; so, he hired engineer interns
and gave them an opportunity to solve
municipal problems in Gujarat.
Implementation is his obsession and he
compares two canals of equal size–the
Sujalam Sufalam Yojana, which he
completed in two years while the old
Sardar Sarovar canal from Nehru’s days
is still incomplete.
Every country must protect its
environment, he argues, but none stops
750 industrial projects and delays them
for years. By covering Gujarat’s canals
with solar panels, he is conserving
water and has made Gujarat a model of
solar power. India’s schools face a
serious problem of quality, and the
Right to Education Act refuses to
measure outcomes; so, he plans to
make Gujarat’s schools accountable
through continuous, quality testing. He
inspires young people, saying ‘IT + IT =
IT’ (Indian Talent + Information
Technology = India’s Tomorrow.) Not
since Jawaharlal Nehru has a politician
given people such a sense of
possibilities. They see in Modi an
underdog, a David challenging the
Goliath of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty.
But every temptation has a
price. Modi is considered anti-Muslim
and many cannot forgive him for the
events in Gujarat in 2002. He may not
have actively connived in the violence,
they say, but why doesn’t he show
remorse? After all, it happened under
his watch, and he is responsible. By
polarizing the country, people fear he
might alienate India’s Muslims and this
might enhance the risk of domestic
terror. The temptation to vote for
prosperity and good governance must
be tempered by the imperative to keep
the nation united and secular.
Those who dismiss the middle
class’ impact on elections forget that a
new generation of voters has joined the
middle class after 1991, and it is in a
rage over violence against women and
children and longs for a leader who is
tough against crime. But it also does
not want an Indira Gandhi who will
subvert the institutions of democracy.
Modi is not likeable–Rahul Gandhi is
far more affable–but people today seek
an effective, not a friendly leader.
India’s dilemma is that Modi is the most
likely candidate to provide corrupt free
governance and restore the economy to
high growth, create masses of jobs and
lift millions into the middle class. But
his communal past is a threat. In the
end, each voter will have to choose in
2014 between several imperfect
candidates and make a trade-off. Those
who think corrupt free governance and
prosperity are more important will vote
for Modi. Those who worry about
communal harmony and domestic
security, will not vote for him. It is an
unhappy but unambiguous choice.

Ye tune kya kiya…!!!

Music Director: Pritam Chakraborty
Lyrics: Rajat Arora
Singer: Javed Bashir

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Ishq wo bala hai
Ishq wo bala hai
Jisko chhua isne, woh jala hai
Dil se hota hai shuru..
Dil se hota hai shuru
Par kambakht sir pe chadha hai
Kabhi khud se, kabhi khuda se, kabhi
zamaane se lada hai
Itna hua badnaam phir bhi
Har zubaan pe ada hai
Ishq ki.. saazishein..
Ishq ki.. baaziyaan..
Hara baat khel ke..
Do dilon.. ka jua..
Kyun tune meri fursat ki
Kyun dil mein itni harkat ki
Ishq mein itni barkat ki
Ye tune kya kiya
Phiroon ab maara maara main
Chaad se bichda taara mein
Dil se itna kyun haara mein
Ye tune kya kiya
Saari duniya se jeet ke mein
Aaya hoon idhar
Tere aage hi mein haara kiya
Tune kya asar
(Mein dil ka raaz kehta hoon
Ke jab jab saansein leta hoon
Tera hi naam leta hoon
Ye tune kya kiya)
Meri baahon ko teri saanson ki
Jo aadatein lagin hai kaisi
Jee leta hoon ab main thoda aur
Mere dil ki ret pe aankhon ki
Jo pade parchhayi teri
Pee leta hoon tab main thoda aur
Jaane kaun hai tu meri
Main na jaanoon ye magar
Jahan jaun main karun main
Wahan tera hi zikar
(Mujhe tu raazi lagti hai
Jeeti hui baazi lagti hai
Tabiyat taazi lagti hai
Ye tune kya kiya)
Mein dil ka raaz kehta hoon
Ke jab jab saansein leta hoon
Tera hi naam leta hoon
Ye tune kya kiya
Dil karta hai teri baatein sunu
Sote main adhoore chunoon
Muft ka hua ye faayda
Kyun khud ko main barbaad karun
Fana hoke tujhse milun
Ishq ka ajab hai kaayada
Teri raahon se jo guzri hai meri dagar
Main bhi aage badh gaya hoon hoke thoda
befikar
Kaho to kisse marzi loon
Kaho to kisko arzi doon
Hasta ab thoda farzi hoon
Ye tune kya kiya
(Main dil ka raaz kehta hoon
Ke jab jab saansein leta hoon
Tera hi naam leta hoon
Ye tune kya kiya)
Ishq ki.. saazishein..
Ishq ki.. baaziyaan..
Hara baat khel ke..
Do dilon.. ka jua…!!!

Image Kya ye pal yuhi gujar jayega…..
Waqt kaha humare liye tehar payega…
Lamho se bhare in palo mein duriyo ka pal kaise samayega…
setting krane k liye dosto ko manana,
aur baad me kuch na hone par usi ko datna, 
College ke naam par canteen jana aur movie dekhna,
Roz naye bahane dekar lecture na jana
Yaro se zagadna aur manana ,unki choti choti bato pe hasna,
Kaha se launga ye pal ,kaha se launga vo waqt?
Kya ye pal yuhi …..
 
pehle bench par ki vo mastiya, attendence na hone par vo teacher ki galiya,
vo aakhri din me shuru karna padhai, aur Result na aane par clg ko dena duhai,
sikha aur samja kuch nai humne, par jana DOSTI ka matlab humne,
alvida kehkar jaa rhe honge dosto, kon jane kab milenge dosto,
 Kya ye pal yuhi gujar jayega…..
Waqt kaha humare liye tehar payega…!!!
 
 
Dedicated to all my clg friends.. who makes my life memorable…!!!!
Thank you.
       By :- Sachin Panchal 
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