Once a young Brahmin went to the house of a very respectable Old Brahmin to
ask for his young daughters hand. "My dear Sir", he goes "I have heard that
your daughter has all the good qualities of a Bahu"?
The old brahmin answered "Haan! !
More that that, she is Sundara Vati and Padma Vati"
But can she cook and keep house"? Asked the young man "Oh yes,
she is Dharma Vati" answered the old man
"Now, can she sew"? asked the young man "Oh yes yes,
she can not only sew, but she is KalaVati " answered the old man
"What about her education"? Asked the young man
"She is Vidya Vati" answered the old man
"And the Vedas"? Asked the young man "Oh yes yes,
she is Veda Vati" answered the old man
The young man is very happy to find the perfect bride and gets married to her.
Two days later he comes back with his newly married more...
Once A Brahmin Hired A Boatman For Crossing Ganga River. On The Way He Asked The Boatman That Have You Read Ramayan.
The Boatman Says "No". He Says Then 25% Of Your Life Has Been Wasted.
In The Same Way He Asked The Boatman That Have U Read Mahabharta.
He Again Says "No". The Brahmin Once Again Says That Ur 50% Of Your Life Has Been Wasted.
He Again Shows A Book & Asks Have U Read This One. He Again Replies "No".
The Brahmin Says Your 75% Of Life Has Been Wasted.
Then The Boat Man Asks The Brahmin Do U Know Swimming? The Brahmin Says "No".
The Boatman Says Ur Whole Life Has Been Wasted As A Hole Has Been Found In The Boat.
A Maulana, a Sardarji and a Maharashtrian Brahmin happened to be in a boat which sprang a leak. The boat began to fill with water and it looked all the three would be drowned. The Maulana prayed to Allah for help: "Great and mighty Allah! Thou art compassionate and merciful. Save thy faithful servant from doom. I promise to say many extra namaazes and observe many extra rozas (fasts) if my life is saved." Lo and behold! A hand stretched down from the heavens and lifted the Maulana from the sinking boat and dropped him safely on land.
The Sardarji raised his hands to the heavens and cried "Merciful Wahgurul Save thy faithful gursikh and I promise to have a hundred akhand paaths." Lo and behold! another hand stretched down from the heavens and lifted the Sardarji from the sinking boat and dropped him unharmed on the land.
It was the turn of the Maharashtrian Brahmin. He too raised his hands to the heavens and prayed to his favourite deity "O thou more...
>> "How do you spell it?"
>> "Slow, slow, T?"
>> "No, D.
>> "Is that T as in Tom, or D as in Dennis?"
>> "No, not Dennis, my name is Dinesh."
>> "I know that. I am asking you, is that a T as in Tom, or D as in. ..
>> as in Detroit?"
>> "I don't know who Tom is, and I haven't been to Detroit. I just came
>> to the US from Madras."
>> "OK, OK, I know that. Is that T-I- or D-I-? "
>> "D. D-I-. D-I-N-E-S-H."
>> "Is that your last name or first name?"
>> "Uh? Dinesh is my name."
>> "OK. What is your LAst name?"
>> "That is my first and last name. Dinesh."
>> "Then, is your name Dinesh Dinesh?"
>> "No. My name is Dinesh."
>> "But what is your LAST NAME? I am ASKING YOU ABOUT more...
Back in the Jahanabad, there were two Yadavs, Laloo and Sadhu. One day, the two were enjoying a strong country in the local thek, when a man walked into the bar with a Brahmin's head under his arm. The barman shakes his hand and says, "I hate Brahmins; last week the bastards burnt my barn to the ground, assaulted my wife and killed my children." He then says, "If any man brings me the head of a Brahmin, I'll give him fifty thousand rupees."
The two Yadavs looked at each other and walked out of the bar to go hunting for a Brahmin. They were walking around for a while when suddenly they saw one; Sadhu threw a rock which hit the Brahmin right on the head.
The Brahmin fell off his horse, but landed seventy feet down a ravine. The two nuts made their way down the ravine where Laloo pulled out a knife to claim their trophy.
Suddenly, Sadhu said, "Lalooji, take a look at this."
Laloo replied, "Not now, I'm busy."
Sadhu tugged more...