Saturday, March 24, 2007

In Your Grandeur !


If a lazy person is given a tough and unwilling job to perform, he would utter words like above if the tools to perform that job are broken in between.

This is an old Punjabi saying, meaning, "Thank god, my spinning wheel is broken freeing my soul of such a trouble." ( Jind = life/soul -- Ajaabon = problem/trouble).



These are lines of famous Punjabi heartbroken Poet, Shiv Kumar Batalvi, written for a looser lover, meaning, "That's good that now you (beloved) belongs to someone else, at least mine worries of (How to) own you are over."

Now the link.

These lines are here in the grandeur of our "Oh Ah Ayaee Blue (now red, black & blue all over) Cricket Team. The 'Chrkha' is broken so no wait till 28th April and tension to get that cup is over as well.

6 comments:

Juneli said...

Beautiful lines....

Very well said about the Indian team....

Anonymous said...

Yesterday I saw the film Traffic Signal. Simply I loved this film and you know why it is..... you have already mentioned there.

I know that climax is abrupt but I like the ending of the film. It has an open end. And in reality we don't know how long it takes a criminal get a punishment (if they really gets) otherwise, after few years you find those criminals are out and doing crime because of not having any pukhta saboot...

So it's very good ending....

Juneli

Anonymous said...

You made me rember Shiv Kumar Batalvi. Sad about indian cricket.

Praney said...

Thanks Juneli, and nice you watched and appreciated the movie, the end as i wrote in my post had no other option, poor Silsilla could not fought those elements at his own alone, he did what he could do.

Thanks Anony and yeah its really sad.

Manish said...

You get what you deserve. Now I want rolling of heads.

Praney said...

Manish: I hope you will get the news in the first week of April.

And just pray the rolling of heads would make a positive effect on the performance.