Howdy!!! To R.E.S.P.E.C.T. someone is not something that can be taught; neither can it be imposed on someone by some laws. What is happening nowadays in country is known to all of you. So, let’s not go into the background. What my point is, it can only be stopped once people will learn to R.E.S.P.E.C.T.. [...]
Archive for March, 2011
It had been too long since I was away from here. Actually I have nothing in my mind but for the sake of not forgetting this place I am just going to write this. So if you are not doing any productive work, you can read this otherwise just skip it. But keep checking. I’ll be back soon, as I say at the end of every post.
The thing is; nothing is happening in my life. If I say this, I am completely lying (few people know this). In fact a lot of things are happening in my life, but the problem is this that they are too personal to write about. So I am letting them go to the person who is actually worth of it. It’s true that a lot of things happen in your life let it be bad or good. You need someone with you can discuss them. But here comes the difference, you can share every good moment with any of your friends, but to share worst kindda moments you need someone good. Then according to this theory (which many of you believe I think), you need to have some good rather extremely good friends in your life. When we were in schools we were asked to write short essays on “My Best Friend”; and as far as I am concerned and remember I really didn’t know who the best friend was. But now not only I know the meaning of these two words but I believe in adding one ‘s’ at the end, that is Best FriendS. According to me, if you have more than one best friend, may be three or four, you are richer than 99 percent of people on this earth. But again, not all friends can be one of the best friends.
I think, no I am sure I have two. But I’ll rather not write their names here (others will kill me ). After long (theoretically) but most important four years of life, which seems like only four days, our college life is slowly crawling towards the end. We have started to look towards our future. But I am not going to forget those two persons; may be for different reasons but they cannot be compared. It’s not too far. Only about 2 months are left and I am going to be alone, starting my new life at Mahindra Satyam with almost no one familiar. I am really going to miss them.
Will be here soon.
Howdy Folks !!!
It started just as a normal day, though it was somehow (for some cannot be told reasons) difficult day for me. I woke up late (as usual) and missed the first class. Attended second one. And after that I had no more strength left in me for attending next class (again as usual). I was sitting in the Ramu Gumti and after having 2-3 cups of tea I was feeling pretty much bore.
I decided to play table tennis. Actually nowadays I haven’t got strength to play even two singles games. I feel too much tired after that. So I went to TT room and played 3 doubles and 2 single games. I was completely exhausted. Then suddenly I remembered that I had to go to my project advisor for giving technical seminar’s report and presentation. I completed this task and spent some time inside campus. Now I was feeling a bit relaxed. Therefore I thought its show time again. At about six I went to play Volley Ball. Since few days back I have started playing Volley Ball. Just for fun. I played 3 games. Although I didn’t get chance to be involved in the game, because fortunately or unfortunately I was playing from the position where ball was coming seldom. But we were shouting too much; again I was exhausted. But not completely. After having last cup of tea of Ramu I came back to hostel. I did some work related to my project and then went to Tamya’s for my day’s last cup of tea.
Suddenly I saw my friends were moving towards lawn tennis and basket ball court. I decided to give’em company. Our college has organized a lawn tennis training camp which I had attended last year. I have not participated in this camp this time because of same reason (I feel exhausted very soon). Coach was still giving training to students and I went there and sat for few while. Then I don’t know what came to my mind I started playing Basket Ball. Again I played for 15-20 minutes and then shifted myself towards lawn tennis. Actually from last year’s training the coach recognizes me. When he saw me in Jeans and shirt he asked me with a smile, “Kya hua sanyas (retirement) le liye kya?, Apka toh pura style hi change ho gaya hai.” I smiled back to him and said, “Ab final year me aa gaye hai isliye sara game khelne ka soch rahe hai”.
I tried few shots in lawn tennis too and even after a year I was playing correct shots. I played for about 15-20 minutes and then again played basket ball. I finally came back to my room at about 9. After about half an hour Shashank called me to see his carom match (double’s first round, his partner was Sushant). Finally I went to the common room but the match was not yet started. So I played carom too. Now I think you people may guess that what the title of this post is suggesting. I played one game, and then I saw the match. This time, unfortunately they lost. After that finally (final time) time came for pool match. Shailesh was in the finals so we had to see the match. But again match was delayed due to unavailability of players. And thus, finally I played sixth game of the day. I played one match of pool and after that final started. In the end Shailesh won the title.
Finally I continued my project work after coming back to my room. I could not sleep after that and last but not the least I took ~bed tea at Ramu Gumti at six in the morning. Since I could not sleep last day, so there was no point of waking up, and I attended both of the classes. Yes I played six different games in a day, and then there were no more.
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Of course, my favorite spot in college to spend time is Ramu Gumti. But few days’ back something happened and subsequently this (where I am sitting right now) became my new favorite spot. After coming back from internals, I came to Ramu Gumti, and I could not find a seat in there because during exams everybody comes to college which results in huge rush in Ramu. I was a little tense so I wanted silence and loneliness. I thought of going back in college campus, but as I said these days everyone comes to college. Suddenly I saw this place (for all my friends I can explain very easily). Opposite to Ramu Gumti, there is a small hotel kinda shop, which is generally famous among girls. The front porch of that hotel kinda shop looked just fine to spend some time alone in silence and loneliness. I did that and sat for about 15-20 minutes. Then my Bhabhi called and started to talked to her. While I was talking to her, Shanu (the one who works in Munna Gumti) came and sat next to me. When I finished talking, I had this little conversation with him. I am going to write this in Hindi language, because if I’ll translate it in English you won’t be able to feel what I felt. Also, he is an Oriya, so his Hindi is not so good.
When I hung up the phone, I looked at him and smiled. He asked me, “Kis se baat kar raha tha”?
I didn’t know whether he will understand this Bhabhi word or not, so I explained, “Mere bade bhai ki wife, Bhabhi. Samjha”?
“Haan”, he smiled and replied back.
Then suddenly he asked me a weird question (it was weir at that moment only, afterwards I came to know why he asked me this). He asked, “Tumhara Maa (mother) nahi hai”?
First I smiled at his childish mind and then I said, “Haan hai. Kyun Puchha”?
“Aise hi”, he replied.
“Kyun puchha batao na”, I insisted him.
“Kabhi baat karte nahi dekha tumko Maa se, isliye”,He said.
I smiled and replied, “Haan karte hai na, kabhi kabhi hum udhar ghumte hai na toh hum baat karte hai”.
“Tum baat karega?” I asked him. “Naa”, he replied quickly.
“Kyun”? “Mera Maa nahi hai”, he thought I am asking about his mother.
I was not sure what to say, I was unable to think of anything, I asked him, “mera maa se baat karega”?
He said, “Naa”.
“Humko accha nahi lagta”, He replied quickly and shouted loudly in Oriya, “coming”. He said to me, “Ruko aa rahe”.
I was staring to him, I didn’t hear any one calling his name, and suddenly he disappeared.
Now, every time I feel or want to be alone, I like to sit here.
Will be here soon