Saturday, October 17, 2009

!!!Happy diwali!!!

My last Diwali!!in College.
Venue:In front of LH(ladies hostel).It was never called Girls hostel as every girl there seems to be old enough to be called as a girl.
Time around 7:30 p.m.

We assembled around the LH for the Diwali celebration.The show had already got its momentum.Rockets targetted to blow off the LH were shot.Sky bedizened with shimmering colors.Boom blast everywhere.Arena of thick smoke all around.Guards whistled,shouted,warned and then they subsequentaly gave up.As usual, Mallus were holding up the show.Every year they tend to bring truck loads of crackers.In my 4 year stay at college,the Diwali Law I conceived was "number of crackers is directly proportional to number of girls impressed".Still I never tried it.

Another oppurtunity Diwali gave to boys was a healthy way on to initiate the conversation with girl they liked.Many use to go to their crushes, wish them happy diwali ,shook hands, talk a bit and then, they were on Cloud No.9, as if they just had a date with Megan Fox.Late nights,when we ask them..How was it? Their respose: "Yeeeaahhh(stretching as long as possible),nothing special guys,just we had a nice time together.Seems like our frequency matches.See,what turns up tomorrow".Their conversation was just like a 2min HUTCH Zoo Zoos advertisement but they describe it like as big as an entire Mahabharata episode.AND the very next day,the same girl is on a date with some other guy.

AAAHHH,deviated yet again from the topic:Back on track

Our clan had around 20 members.4 girls included.The charm factor was their contribution.We started bursting our part of crackers.Its always a fun to watch girls blowing off crackers.They show truck loads of blushing and flushing but,this time it was a bit different.They lite crackers like match sticks.No dearth of courage.Lot of zeal inside.After an hour,when all fire cracking got ceased,we did something rather memorable.We collected all the cartoon, waste papers,dabbas etc and in the central part of the road, we burnt it.Around that we started to sing and dance.remind me of HOLIKA DEHEN.This event started with the famous national song of our college...Dilwalo ke Dil ka karaar lootney,mein aayi hoon UP,Bihar lootney followed by JHINGALALA HOO HOO-2.Title track of kahaani ghar-2 ki and kyunki saans bhi kabhi bahu thi was not spared even.Cant forget the live chorus performance of the most besura version of "miley sur mera tumhara"We were loud enough to attract the dullards around.Everyone was rather amazed "what the hell they are doing" This mega event carried on upto,well,you can guess,until girls where present.Girls gone,charm gone,SHOW OVER.

At last,I must confess that last Diwali was the 1st day which made me feel that this is my LAST year at college.Felt really BROKEN.
Happy Dilwai to one and all.Back to my 1st year experiences in the next post.

11 comments:

ηανєєη said...

had a blast i see ..gr8 ....

Karthik said...

Awesome man. It brought back my memories. Got a bit nostalgic. :-) Thank you!
Enjoyed reading. :-)
And Happy Diwali! Have fun! :-)

Ravsss said...

awesome bhai....bt i ws nt thr in clg
missd u bhai on This Diwali too...

Raghu V N said...

Your natural style of writing impressed me...great work.. Keep posting!

Varun said...

[b][green] Nice... seems u actually enjoyed a lot...

waiting for a post on this diwali[:p]

Nethra said...

I don't know how it is to stay at hostel. I have always been at home. I burn with jealousy when I read or hear something about it. Anyways, nice story. :)

sajith viswam said...

Oh man u took me back to my college days.. our celebrations. Very nostalgic.. I should call a friend nw!!! You just pushed me to that era....

Im callingg....


Cheers buddy...

Keep up the good work!!

vedicanbest said...

must have enjoyed the time spent outside ladies hostel....cant expect a better diwali....cheers.

Pooja Menon said...

Nice one.. Made me remind of my college days too.. The para wherein you claimed that you deviated was an interesting read.. :-D

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Tanima said...

Belated happy diwali! Wonderful post...you have captured the charm of diwali adeptly.