Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Dhoom Pichak lyrics

Chand ke hai sang sitare
Saath rahte hai ab sare
Mai akela re.
Khilkhilati hai ye nadiyan
Nadiyan mein ek naiya
naiya ka mai hu ek bhaiya
Kyon akela re
Ab aa bhi ja
Sabko bata
Kya tera mera nata re
Tum ho meri main tumhara
Chhota sa sansar hamara
Age jaane Ram kya hoga
Kahta hai jo kahe zamana
Tera mera pyar purana
Aage jaane Ram kya hoga
Kaise diya aur bati
Sare sukh dukh ke hum saathi
Bahke purvaiya hi gaati
Main tumhara re
Rat meri din hai tere
Tere aansu hai ab mere
Pyar ke honge savere
Na ghabrana re
Ab na sharma sab ko bata
Kya tera mera nata re
Tum ho meri main tumhara
Chhota sa sansar hamara
Age jaane Ram kya hoga
Mera dushman sara zamana
Sath mera chhod na jaana
Aage jaane Ram kya hoga
E maajhi re
Tohar bina majhi mon e nai maane
Phire asi jatai marta se
Jatan kare rakhibo toke
Mor buker modhye, majhi re
Aa bhi ja, aa bhi ja
Saans meri pukare hardin
Aa bhi ja, na sata
nahi jeena tere bin
Kyon ki
Tum ho meri main tumhara
Chhota sa sansar hamara
Age jaane Ram kya hoga
Kahta hai jo kahe zamana
Tera mera pyar purana
Aage jaane Ram kya hoga



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Friday, April 17, 2009

Suvendu Roy of Titan Industries shares his inspirational encounter with a rickshaw driver in Mumbai

Last Sunday, my wife, kid and I had to travel to Andheri from Bandra. When I waved at a passing auto rickshaw, little did I expect that this ride would be any different.

As we set off, my eyes fell on a few magazines (kept in an aircraft style pouch) behind the driver's back rest. I looked in front and there was a small TV. The driver had put on the Doordarshan channel. My wife and I looked at each other with disbelief and amusement. In front of me was a small first-aid box with cotton, dettol and some medicines. This was enough for me to realise that I was in a special vehicle. Then I looked around again, and discovered more -there was a radio, fire extinguisher, wall clock, calendar, and pictures and symbols of all faiths - from Islam and Christianity to Buddhism, Hinduism and Sikhism. There were also pictures of the heroes of 26/11- Kamte, Salaskar, Karkare and Unnikrishnan. I realised that not only my vehicle, but also my driver was special.

I started chatting with him and the initial sense of ridicule and disbelief gradually diminished. I gathered that he had been driving an auto rickshaw for the past 8-9 years; he had lost his job when his employer's plastic company was shut down. He had two school-going children, and he drove from 8 in the morning till 10 at night. No break unless he was unwell. "Sahab, ghar mein baith ke TV dekh kar kya faida? Do paisa income karega toh future mein kaam aayega." (Sir, what's the use of simply sitting at home and watching TV? If I earn some income, then it will be useful in the future.)

We realised that we had come across a man who represents Mumbai - the spirit of work, the spirit of travel and the spirit of excelling in life. I asked him whether he does anything else as I figured that he did not have too much spare time. He said that he goes to an old age home for women in Andheri once a week or whenever he has some extra income, where he donates tooth brushes, toothpastes, soap, hair oil, and other items of daily use. He pointed out to a painted message below the meter that read: "25 per cent discount on metered fare for the handicapped. Free rides for blind passengers up to Rs50". He also said that his auto was mentioned on Radio Mirchi twice by the station RJs. The Marathi press in Mumbai know about him and have written a few pieces on him and his vehicle.

My wife and I were struck with awe. The man was a HERO! A hero who deserves all our respect. I know that my son, once he grows up, will realise that we have met a genuine hero. He has put questions to me such as why should we help other people? I will try to keep this incident alive in his memory.

Our journey came to an end; 45 minutes of a lesson in humility, selflessness and of a hero-worshipping Mumbai - my temporary home. We disembarked, and all I could do was to pay him a tip that would hardly cover a free ride for a blind man.

I hope, one day, you too have a chance to meet Mr Sandeep Bachhe in his auto rickshaw - MH-02-Z-8508.

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Thursday, April 16, 2009

Check out the performance of the MPs online...

Check out the performance of the MPs of the 14th Lok Sabha at

http://governance.cplash.com/

You can also compare average performance Statewise and Partywise to analyze the performance of the MPs before deciding to cast your votes!

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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Movies watched in the flight while coming back from USA.

On my return journey from USA, I saw three movie's in the filght. I could have seen more but I couldn't control my sleep.

I saw Yes Man, Forever Strong and Rabbit proof fence.

I wanted to write something on thoses movie but I was so busy. (Again its excuse :).

I follow a simple law of nature if you do not Through everything out and empty your mind for new things, then you are unable to digest new things.
:)

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Monday, April 13, 2009

Masakali Masakali - DELHI - 6 Movie Songs Lyrics

(Aye Masakali Masakali, Ud Mataakali Mataakali) - 2
Aye Masakali Masa Masa Kali, Ud Mataakali Mataakali
Masakali Masakali, Ud Mataakali Mataakali
Zara Phank Jhatak Gai Dhool Atak
Aur Lachak Machak Ke Duur Bhatak
Ud Dagar Dagar Kasbe Kuche Nukkad Basti
Mein Yeah E Yeah E, Itdi Se Mud Ada Se Ud,
Kar Le Puri Dil Ki Tamanna, Hawa Se Jud Ada Se Ud
Purr Bhuur Bhurrr Phuurrr, Tu Hai Hera Panna Ree
(Masakali Masakali, Ud Mataakali Mataakali) - 2

Ghar Tera Saloni, Badal Ki Colony
Dekhade Thenga In Sabko Jo Udna Na Jane
(Udiyo Na Dariyo Kar Manmani Manmani Manmani
Badhiyo Naa Mudiyon Kar Nadani) - 2
Abb Than Le Muskan Le, Keh Sana Nana Na Na Na Hawa
Bas Than Le Tu Jaan Le, Keh Sana Nana Na Na Na Hawa
Aye Masakali Masakali, Ud Mataakali Mataakali
Aye Masakali Masa Masa Kali, Masakali Masakali, Ud Mata….

Re Re Re Re Re Re, Ra Ra Ra Ra
Hey Hey Hey Hyyy, Ho Ho Hoo Hoo
Tujhe Kya Gum Tera Ristha, Gagan Ki Basuri Se Hai
Pawan Ki Guftagu Se Hai, Suraj Ki Roshani Se Hai
(Udiyo Na Dariyo Kar Manmani Manmani Manmani
Badhiyo Naa Mudiyon Kar Nadani) - 2
Abb Than Le Muskan Le, Keh Sana Nana Na Na Na Hawa
Bas Than Le Tu Jaan Le, Keh Sana Nana Na Na Na Hawa
Masakali Masakali, Ud Matak Matak Matakali
Masakali Masa Masa Masakali, Matak Matak …
(Re Re Re Re Re Re, Ra Ra Ra Ra
Hey Hey Hey Hyyy, Ho Ho Hoo Hoo) - 2, Heyy…

Singer(s): MOHIT CHOUHAN
Cast(s): ABHISHEK BACHCHAN, SONAM KAPOOR, OM PURI, RISHI KAPOOR, ATUL KULKARNI

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Friday, April 10, 2009

ISC Summer Camp Preparation

The first letter home:
Dear Mom and Dad,

I hate being here. The counselors expect us to cook and keep everything clean. Before dinner we have to say something about what happened that day. It's stupid. I had to hike to the top of a mountain when I didn't want to. I want to come home — now!

Your daughter

The last letter home:
Dear Mom and Dad,

This summer changed my life. Before, I always called the shots, but not here. Everyone is supportive and accepts me for the real me, not the pretend me. I can't wait to come back next summer and climb more mountains.

Your loving daughter

While the letter above is fictitious, it’s based on real events. Unlike the perceptible advantages that children gain from summer programs, the intangible advantages are harder to pin down.

In conjunction with home and school, summer programs are one of the many building blocks that create an adult. And while few children realize how much they've been influenced by their summer experiences, as adults they often see how their lives were enriched and layers were added to their development.

I can't believe that it has been a year for the summer camp, the freshness of those memories are still delighting me.

When we were planning for the summer camp the idea was to make children experience new things, make new friends, and do it without ever realizing they are supposed to be learning.

There were variety of different activities suggested by ACE volunteers. Some people went to ISC to decorate the building for the summer camp, ACE band used their passion for music to make children understand the importance of art in life. Prajakata and other volunteers showed children different varieties of dance. Few volunteers accompanied those young "mf hussein" into world of colors.

We have also invited Magician Jadugaar Raghuveer, children were really fascinated by the magic tricks shown.
The ACE volunteer's enthusiasm made it a real success by providing a fun, yet intellectually challenging, environment to ISC children.

And it was not the end, the exciting part is from 20Th April we are planning Summer Camp 2009 at ISC and the gala has already started. The exciting ideas for this years are acting workshop, puppet show, dwarf, training on fire extinguishing and bomb detection from PMC, movie screening, yoga, visiting museum and collage making....there are lot more activities.

Summer camp provides and opportunity to children to try out new things and so for the ACE volunteers. I never done diya painting or thumb impression greeting card till last year. Its all about exploring new things....wanna join!!!!