Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Rakhi update

I might never admit it in person, but deep down, I do like the small little traditions we've grown up being a part of.
Like the puja before diwali..... or the Puri Chane mom makes on kanjak (the 9th day of navratri)..... Yes, i've debated over the futility of religious practices, more than once....but these are the harmless little tidbits of identity that I can relate to.

aah...who am I kidding....I can never stay mad forver..it takes two hands to clap......spoke to my cousins...there's a rakhi on my wrist now...

Happy Rakhi, Mohit.

:)

4 comments:

Madhu said...

u finally did get it on ur wrist eh?? Look who was cribbing about it a day before..:P :D

mohit said...

wt cn I say Madhu, I'm a cribber ;)

Madhu said...

i know that just too well now..:P :D

suruchi said...

Haha...Mohit, by the time I came here...you vowed to have a free wrist and then got a rakhi on it too!
Wow!
See, many things in life appear futile...
But then they make the fabric of a reason to get together...
A reason to use emotional dialogues like... “kya isse din ke liye meine tumhe rakhi baandhi the?”
Or sing emotional songs like “bhaiya mere rakhi ke bandhan ko nibhana” when u want something desperately from ur sibling;-)

Sometimes we must adorn our thinking caps...but at other times, we must leave the head bare for thoughts n breeze of simple joys can flow in!