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Friday, August 19, 2005


Raksha Bandhan

Just read this warning:
Agar aap bus, train, plane ya kahin se bhi aa jaa rahe hoon
aur kisi mahila/ ladki ke hath mein phool, dhaga, chain ya chamakti hue koi bhi vastu dekhein
to turant wahan se bhag jaye.
Ye vastu RAKHI ho sakti hai.
Apki zara se laaparwahi apko BHAI bana sakti hai.

Bharat Sarkar dwara purush hit me Jaari.

Looks like women need the rakhsha, while men want the bandhan :p

On second thought I miss my sisters dearly. As most of us know, it is this affection and love that is celebrated on the Raksha Bandhan. It is the day that strengthens the family ties, it is this festival that magnifies the sibling relations. It is this festival that underlines the love and companionship of siblings in mind and sole forever. It is the festival that spreads the feeling of brotherhood.

Everybody ought to have a sibling... I am strictly against the one child per family policy. Who would single children fight with? Argue with? Make plans for the vacations with? Cry with? Laugh with? Make faces at? Irritate?

A poem dedicated to my sisters:
A sister is love that you never outgrow.

No matter where our paths may wind,
those childhood days we left behind
are with me in my heart and mind,
as I remember you...

Each memory I'll hold so near
of my sister's love most dear
to ever relish through the years
as I remember you...

For time can't change the bond we share
miles can't change how much I care
you're always with me everywhere
as I remember you.

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