Bengali Jokes

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    Who'll get the job??

    Hot 1 week ago

    4 men - a Marathi, Bengali, Gujrati and our Santa were being interviewed for a top job. With nothing to choose between them, the President told them over dinner that the decisive test would be carried out the following morning, with each candidate being asked the same question and the best answer would get them the job.
    The next morning, first up was the Marathi. "Here's your question," said the President, "What's the fastest thing in the world?"
    Without hesitation, he replied "A thought, because it takes no time at all."
    "Very good answer," said the President.
    Next up was the Gujrati, "What's the fastest thing in the world?" asked the president.
    "A blink," replied the Texan almost instantaneously, "cos you don't think about a blink. It's a reflex."
    "Good answer," replied the president.
    Next was the Bengali, "What's the fastest thing in the world?" asked the more...

    Patriotism

    Hot 2 years ago

    A Punjabi Sardar and a Bengali Babu were talking about their State's patriotic history during the freedom struggle. The debate heated up and both ended up claiming that their state had the maximum number of freedom fighters.
    They finally agreed on a method to find which of the states had more freedom fighters. Each person would say the name of a freedom fighter from his state and pull one hair out of his opponents head. Both of them began earnestly.
    "Bhagat Singh" said the Sardar and pulled one hair from the Bengali.
    "Netaji" said the Bengali and did the same.
    They continued like this for some time, but soon exhausted all known freedom fighters. The Bengali, however, was very clever. He used Sardar's ignorance and reeled off a lot of imaginary names.
    The Punjabi was stuck. He did not know any more Punjabi freedom fighter's name. He thought deeply for a moment, jumped on the Bengali's head and pulled all his hair out shouting - "JallianWala more...

    4Men

    Hot 1 year ago

    4 men - a Marathi, Bengali, Gujrati and our Santa were being interviewed for a top job. With nothing to choose between them, the President told them over dinner that the decisive test would be carried out the following morning, with each candidate being asked the same question and the best answer would get them the job. The next morning, first up was the Marathi. "Here`s your question," said the President, "What`s the fastest thing in the world?" Without hesitation, he replied "A thought, because it takes no time at all." "Very good answer," said the President. Next up was the Gujrati, "What`s the fastest thing in the world?" asked the president. "A blink," replied the Gujju almost instantaneously, "cos you don`t think about a blink. It`s a reflex." "Good answer," replied the president. Next was the Bengali, "What`s the fastest thing in the world?" asked the president. The Bengali thought for a more...

    MURALI KRISHNAN writes from New Delhi: A Sardarji and a Bengali, both suffering from serious diseases, share the
    same room in a hospital. They were violently ill and both could not even utter a word.
    After a few days of living together, the Bengali gets really bored and wants to start off a conversation with his fellow patient.
    He realizes that he has not enough energy left to say a sentence; so he just attempts to say a word.
    After much effort he turns to the Sardarji, points his finger towards himself and says “Bengali”.
    Sardarji doesn’t want to let the poor Bengali down who has struggled so hard to start a conversation.
    Sardarji musters all his energy and says “Punjabi” gesturing the same way as Bengali did.
    Bengali is happy now and wants to continue the conversation. After much more effort this time he says, again pointing his finger towards himself “Sharath Bose“
    Sardarji after some effort says “Devindar more...

    A VERY popular Bengali anecdote for the readers. It is known as Dr Bidhan Roy's prescription. It is not known, however, if the famous man had really prescribed it or not. It is

    as follows:
    When you are ill, you must always go to the doctor because he has to earn a living. The doctor will prescribe medicines and you must buy them, because the druggist has got to live too. But you must never take those medicines because you also have to live!

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