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vinu_scorpion
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 8:24 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Before reading this, please dont think of the person you love

A true, touching love story that happened in the Jammu & Kashmir (border) areas.

The headman of a big tribe had a beautiful daughter, who fell in love
with a boy who was an ordinary poor person. When the people of the tribe came to know about their love, they did not like it at all, and so began to protest about it. Now it happened that the two lovers left their homes for a happy future.

The people of the tribe started searching for the two lovers but they could not find them. At last,they accepted their love and asked them in a newspaper to come back. The people said that if u both come back we will marry u, we accept that u loved each other truly. So in this way their
love won and the age old attitude of the tribe took a beating.

The couple went to the city for shopping for the wedding. He was wearing a white traditional dress, and was crossing the road when a car came and hit him and he died on the spot. The girl lost her senses. After a long time she recovered and accepted that her love has died.

One night she was sleeping in her home with her family. Her mother had dream in which she saw a fairy. That fairy asked her mother to wash the blood spots of the guy from her daughter's clothes as soon as possible. But her mother ignored the dream.


Next night the father saw the same dream, he also ignored it. Then when the girl had the same dream the next night, she woke up and told her mother about the dream.

Her mother asked her to wash the clothes on which there were blood spots. She washed the spots but some remained. Next night she
again had the same dream she again washed the spots but some still remained.

Next night she again had the same dream and this time that fairy gave her last warning to wash the blood spots, else something terrible will happen. This time the girl tried her best to wash the spots, the clothes tore, but some spots still remained.

In the evening on same day when she was alone, someone knocked the door, when she opened the door she saw the fairy at the door. She got very scared and fainted. The fairy woke her up..., and gave her
an object.

That awe-struck girl asked "what is this..? to which the fairy replied :

......"kaise bhi daag ho,

jaise bhi daag ho........

Surf Excel hai na..."


I know what u are feeling now... But don't look for me...
I'm searching for the person who mailed this to me... icon_smile.gif
I know you want to kill me for this!!!
I felt the same!!

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vinu_scorpion
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 2:26 am Reply with quoteBack to top

This may be not a true story, But still if it was true that was the Cruel God's mistake .

It was the day of my son's XII results and I was so tensed. I sat beside him while he logged on the website with his registration no.

" Ma" , he screamed in excitement," I scored 1191, with centum in 4 subjects. I cant believe it. "

I kinda became numb in my excitement. My eyes became wet. I kissed him on his forehead and smiled. Soon we realized that he stood first in he state. Oh, my joy knew no bounds when Reporters and media persons soon swamped my house for interviews and photos. I was so honored to join him in the snaps.


I wanted to call my "wrong-number-friend to tell him the news......I was so excited. He was someone whom I have known for more than 20 years.

I still do not remember when we became friends, but certainly cannot forget the first day he called me when I blasted him for giving me so many wrong calls.....after that he had called up a week later asking apology, for he had now got the right no of his friend whom he wanted to talk to .We spoke for an hour that day...even without knowing each other's names.


Though he kept pestering me to reveal my name I never did and so he kept a name...Sweety. I used to get so shy whenever he called me 'Sweety'. I was doing first year of BSc. Maths then, and he was a Computer Engineering student.

From then he used to call me very often . We almost discussed everything.... By the final year of my college, we probably we were in ove, but I had been cautious.


I was in a dilemma whether to tell him. But what if he was of a different religion? Do I have the courage to talk to my parents about it? ..........all these questions ran through my mind.

I decided I'll not talk to him thereafter. When he called next time I lied to him I that I was going to Delhi for my post graduation. He gave me his office number and asked me to ring him up once I reach there. I never called .......


A couple of months later my marriage got fixed with a guy of my parent's choice. I was not happy but I did not complain; rather accepted it as an obedient daughter. At times I felt I missed my wrong- number-friend.......

My hubby was a moody person; I have hardly spent any good time with him-but he was genuine indeed and never bothered my personal space. After 2 years we had a boy...Yet,I was not very happy with my married life...


One day I happened to browse through my diary and found I still had my old friend's office phone no that he had given me. I dialed it and spoke with him. He said he was married and got a kid too. I was happy for him though in the bottom of the heart I felt bad that I could not marry him.

From then I used to occasionally call him on that number. I never gave him mine as I felt that would put me in trouble... And till today I almost shared everything with him including my relationship with my hubby.....today I was so happy and I wanted to call him.


Just then I got a call. "Your husband met with an accident and died on the spot" I banged the phone down. I broke. I did not call my friend.....I somehow started feeling guilty. I have never tried to talk to him properly when he was alive or moved close with him....

I felt I had been a bad wife........A couple of years passed and one day my son brought home a Bengali girl and said they wanted to get married. I got them married as I did not want my son to go through what I did.


I decided to give my son his father's room and started clearing it. There was a phone book. I gently opened it to find, "Wrong no Sweety 26538887"

God always puts the right numbers together. Its we who interpret it wrong

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 14, 2006 3:22 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Valentines Day is NOT only for Lovers


Valentines Day can create stress for some people. They hate to see Valentines Day come around. Some have ended relationships and feel lonely while others have not yet met that someone special. Valentines Day should be a day to share love with those around you. Below are 10 thoughts you can do on Valentines Day to make the day special for you:

1. Look around you and appreciate those who care about you, be thankful they are in your life.

2. Rather than expect a card, send a card to someone special in your life (your mum, a relative, a friend) and thank them for being them.

3. Treat yourself on Valentines Day… if you don't love yourself then you will never be able to love others in a meaningful way.

4. Call your mum or your dad, or that someone who made a difference in your life and thank them for caring about you.

5. Enjoy your day, remember, that you are exchanging a day of your life.

6. Take 5 minutes and sit quietly and reflect on all the blessings in your life. Remember there are always those who are in a worse situation than you.

7. Do something nice for someone today. . . it may be as simple as smiling at someone in an elevator to buying someone a coffee.

8. Call that friend or relative that you have not talked with in awhile.

9. Cook or buy your favorite meal for dinner.

10. Last but not least, don't feel sorry for yourself; be thankful for all the good in your life!

Create a day for yourself, rather than letting the day stress you out!

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