Hosannah Vinnai thaandi varuvaya VTV full lyrics

I usually give some reviews about the song before I post its lyrics. I just couldn't give any review about this song coz the whole world knows about this genius. I wanted to fall in love with someone after listening to this song. Rahman, you're GOD. GOD of Music. I have always liked Thamarai for her song lyrics but now I have become her aficionado. Amazing melody. Here is the song and the lyrics for you. Enjoy

Song:- Hosannah
Movie Name:- Vinnai Thaandi Varuvaaya (VTV)
Music:- Allah Rakka Rahman
Lyricist:- Thamarai
Singers:- Vijay Prakash, Blaaze

Yen idhayam udaithai, norungavae!?
En maru idhayam, tharuvaen nee udaikavae!

Ohhh... Hosannah... Hosannah.. Oh ho ho..
Ohhh... Hosannah... Hosannah.. Oh ho ho..

Antha neram andhi neram kan paarthu kanthalaagi pona neram edho aache..
Oh vaanam theendi vanthaachu appavin thittu ellaam kaatrodu poye poche..
Hosannah.. En vaasal thaandi ponaale.. Hosannah.. Verondrum seyyamale..
Naan aadi pogiraen.. Sukkoonooraagiraen.. Aval pona pinbu enthan nenjai thedi pogiraen..

Hosannah.. Vaazhvukkum pakkam vanthaen..
Hosannah.. Saavukkum pakkam nindraen..
Hosannah.. En endraal kaathal enbaen.. Hosannah.. Oh ho..

Everybody wanna know how I feel like, feel like, I really wanna be here with you. Its not enough to say that we are made for each other its love that is Hosannah true. Hosannah, will be there when you're calling out my name. Hosannah, feeling like my whole life has changed. I never wanna be the same, its time we rearrange. I take a step, you take a step and I'm here calling out to you.. Helloooo, Halloooo, Halooo.. Hosannah..

Hosanna.. Oh ho ho ho...
Hosanna.. Oh ho ho ho...

Vanna vanna pattupoochi poothedi poothedi angum ingum alaigindrathey
Oh sottu sottai thottu poga megam ondru megam ondru yengu yengo nagargindrathey
Hosanah, Pattupoochi vanthachaa? Hosanaaa, Megam unnai thottaachaa
Kilinjal aagirai naan kulanthai aagirean
Naan unnai alli kaiyil vaithu pothi kolgirean
Helloooo, Halloooo, Halooo.. Yooo.. Hosannah..

Hosanah, En meethu anbu kolla
Hosanah, Ennodu serndhu sella
Hosanah, Umm endru sollu podhum. Hosanah, oh ho

Yen idhayam udaithai, norungavae!?
En maru idhayam, tharuvaen nee udaikavae!

Yen idhayam udaithai, norungavae!?
En maru idhayam, tharuvaen nee udaikavae!

Addtional Lyrics:- (from simbucentral blog)

Naetru unnai paarthaene, paartha pinnae endhan kangal
Unnizhalil otti chella
Kangal thaedi kangal thaedi saalai ellaam selai thaedi
Kandukondaen kaadhal kolla

En anbe, Meendum ennai vittu odi
Kannaamoochi, Vaendumendre neeyum aadi
Irandhaen oar nodi, Pirappaen Naanadi
Un mellidhazhil millimeter punnagai kasindhaalae
Hello Hellooooo Hello Hellooooo

Hosannah, Kaagidhamaai maarinaene
Hosannah, Kaaladiyil kasangi naane
Unnalae, Kaagidhappo pookkaadho. Hosannah..

Non - Violence in Parenting..

Dr. Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi and founder of the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Non-violence, in his June 9 lecture at the University of Puerto Rico, shared the following story as an example of "non-violence in parenting":

"I was 16 years old and living with my parents at the institute my grandfather had founded 18 miles outside of Durban, South Africa , in the middle of the sugar plantations. We were deep in the country and had no neighbors, so my two sisters and I would always look forward to going to town to visit friends or go to the movies.

One day, my father asked me to drive him to town for an all-day conference, and I jumped at the chance. Since I was going to town, my mother gave me a list of groceries she needed and, since I had all day in town, my father ask me to take care of several pending chores, such as getting the car serviced. When I dropped my father off that morning, he said, ' I will meet you here at 5:00 p.m., and we will go home together. '

After hurriedly completing my chores, I went straight to the nearest movie theatre. I got so engrossed in a John Wayne double-feature that I forgot the time. It was 5:30 before I remembered. By the time I ran to the garage and got the car and hurried to where my father was waiting for me, it was almost 6:00.

He anxiously asked me, ' Why were you late? ' I was so ashamed of telling him I was watching a John Wayne western movie that I said, ' The car wasn't ready, so I had to wait,
not realizing that he had already called the garage. When he caught me in the lie, he said: ' There' s something wrong in the way I brought you up that didn' t give you the confidence to tell me the truth. In order to figure out where I went w rong with you, I'm going to walk home 18 miles and think about it. '

So, dressed in his suit and dress shoes, he began to walk home in the dark on mostly unpaved, unlit roads. I couldn't leave him, so for five-and-a-half hours I drove behind him, watching my father go through this agony for a stupid lie that I uttered. I decided then and there that I was never going to lie again.

I often think about that episode and wonder, if he had punished me the way we punish our children, whether I would have learned a lesson at all. I don't think so. I would have suffered the punishment and gone on doing the same thing. But this single non-violent action was so powerful that it is still as if it happened yesterday.

That is the power of non-violence.

Friendship is about...

One more forward mail from Meera. Sorry about the translation part. I know I suck at it. :P

Friendship is not about “I m sorry“, it's about “Dei un thappu than ithu..“ [Hey it's your mistake only]

Friendship is not about “I m there for u” or “I missed u“, it’s about “Enga poi tholanja?“ [Where the hell did you go?]

Friendship is not about “I understand “, it's about “Ellam unnala than“ [All because of you only]

Friendship is not about “I care for u “, it's about “Pannada unnai vitutu enga poven naan?“ [Asshole, where will I go without you?]

Friendship is not about “I m happy for your success“, it's about “Kelambu un treat“ [Let's go. Your treat]

Friendship is not about “I love that girl“, it's about “Dei machi, ava unakku anni..“ [Buddy, she is your bhabhi]

Friendship is not about “Are you coming for outing tomorrow“, it's about “Dei naalaiku trip porom vera engayum poi tholaikatha“ [Hey we are going for a trip tomorrow. Don't go anywhere]

Friendship is not about “Get well soon“, it's about “Ivlo kudicha ipaadi than agum“ [If you drink too much, you will get sick only]

Friendship is not about “All the best for ur career“, it's about “Pannathu varaikum pothum, kelambu vera velaya paru“ [This is enough. Look for another job]

When love becomes a failure..

I just wanted to put something here.. Something that my cousin Ayesha posted in her blog. It's about the failure of love from a girl's point of view. Here she goes..

In the midst of the exams, when I took a short break from studies, in a drowsy mood, suddenly I was drawn into deep thinking. .

These days I’m seeing a lot of people around me getting committed and within a short span, they split. . Why this happens? How can two hearts loving each other so deeply and madly depart?! This question has been in my mind since a long time back. .

Does that love hurts them to that extent? Or does the essence becomes too sweet to be taken more? Or coz they wish to get back to reality from that virtual world of love?
May be I would know the reason if I too were in that virtual world!
Even in the other case, being near those people, I can feel the sweetness in that fruit before it gets rotten. . the closeness, the intimacy, the love, affection, care everything takes them to the heaven where they are the only king and queen. . But at a point, all these vanish. . May be everything becomes over doze and hurts the two little hearts. .

One major reason as far as to my judgement is the ‘Possessiveness’
If a girl loves a guy, she feels like she totally own him. . And each and every step he takes towards others, make her feel insecure, even the case be she trusts him totally or understand him well, nothing matters here. It’s a child’s nature to claim a thing saying ‘its mine’. The same is replicated here. Kya karein! There’s a child within everyone of us.

On the other side, a guy is very open. . Though his thoughts may be narrow if it comes to his girl, by nature, being dominative and possessive, yet he is independent in his own way. .and he can’t be forced in a direction for too long. . He soon bursts out. . This may be the reason for a guy to dump his girl. .

But in today’s world, it’s the girls who dump the guys with more percent. . Poor guys, who were once the heroes, now each turn into a devdas. .

Usually a guy 1st takes a decision and then fixes up the girl in his heart. But a girl first fixes up the guy in her heart and then takes a decision then when it comes to life and future, where her selfishness comes into play!
Guys are the most affected. . It is still worse when a guy cries. . He totally gets frustrated. . But once when he stays calm and sees what’s happening around and to himself, he learns the best lessons of life. . There the maturity grows within him. .

Guys, who were once so rough and hard, become soft and keen in whatever they do. They understand the reality, the real happiness that stays forever. They become perfect.
Finally I reached my topic! Failure makes a man perfect, so as the love failure!
Every problem has a meaningful end and as the famous quote says ‘everything happens for your own good’.

Note: Here I considered only the true loving hearts and not those that are meant for ‘time pass love’, where dumping each other doesn’t turn out to be a matter!;-)

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En kadhal solla Paiya Lyrics Yuvan

En kadhal solla aasai illai, a trademark-Yuvan track with his own vocals that has now become a genre by itself! I bet if you are a Yuvan fan, you will start loving this song the moment you listen to it for the first time. Na Muthukumar has done a great job with the lyrics part. I am quite sure guys are gonna get mad after listening to this song. If there is one word that best describes this song, its Jim-dandy. :)

Song: En kadhal solla
Movie Name : Paiyaa
Music : Yuvan Shankar Raja
Lyrics : Na Muthukumar
Singer : Yuvan Shankar Raja

En kadhal solla neram illai
un kadhal solla thevai illai
nam kadhal solla vaarthai illai
unmai maraithaalum maraiyaadhadi

Un kaiyil sera engavillai
un tholil saaya aasaiyillai
nee pona pimbu sogam illai
endru poi solla theriyadhadi

Un azhagale un azhagale
en veyil kaalam adhu mazhai kaalam
un kanavale un kanavale
manam alaipaayum mella kudai saayum

En kadhal solla neram illai
un kadhal solla thevai illai
nam kadhal solla vaarthai illai
unmai maraithaalum maraiyaadhadi

Kaatrodu kai veesi nee pesinaal
endhan nenjodu puyal veesudhe
vayadhodum manadhodum sollamale
sila ennangal valai veesudhe
kadhal vandhale kannodu dhan
kallathanam vandhu kudi yerumo
konjam nadithenadi konjam thudithenadi
indha vilayaattai rasithenadi

Un vizhiyaale un vizhiyaale
en vazhi maarum kan thadumaarum
adi idhu yedho oru pudhu yekkam
idhu valithalum nenjam adhai yerkum

Oru vaarthai pesamal enai paaradi
undhan nimidangal neelatume
veredhum ninaikaamal vizhi moodadi
endhan nerukangal thodaratume
yaarum paakkamal enai paarkiren
ennai ariyamal unai paarkiren
siru pilaiyena endhan imaigal adhu
unai kandaale gudhikindradhe

En adhigaalai en adhigaalai
un mugam paarthu dhinam yezha vendum
en andhi malai en andhi malai
un madi saiyndhu dhinam vizha vendum

En kadhal solla neram illai
un kadhal solla thevayilai
nam kadhal solla vaarthai illai
unmai maraithaalum maraiyadhadi

Un kaiyil sera yengavillai
un tholil saaya aasaiyillai
nee pona pimbu sogam illai
endru poi solla theriyadhadi
... that it is time to finally forgive yourself. You've carried the guilt, the shame for long enough. You've kept your wounds open for long enough. The time has to come to let go, to heal. Keep the lessons and let the pain heal. Yes, you know what we are talking about it. Amen. :-)

For you... Dad and Mom

This one is for you mom and dad.. Love you so much.. This is one of THE best videos I have ever seen. Well done guys. Kudos to Job, Charan and Yakzan.

P.S:- Special thanks to Meera alias Arvinth for sharing this video on FB. ;)

Life can't get any better than this

A few of the 1000 reasons that made me happy.. Not necessarily in order..

The clock strikes ten. You are still in bed. Your mom comes and says, "Mani 10 aachu. Innum ennada thookkam? Daily ivlo neram thoongura?" [Eng:- It's ten already and you are still sleeping. Why do you sleep like this daily?]. You reply, "Five more mins mom, please" and pull your bed sheet back to cover your face. Your sister is home for her vacation and she joins the party too. Two women and one man. You know who wins? Nevertheless you fight hard and manage to get extra 30 mins of sleep. Those 30 mins makes you feel like you are in heaven.

Your sister pulls you out of the bed and orders you to go brush your teeth. You follow her order and once you are done, your mom gives you Horlicks. You are 24 but you still feel like a kid when you are home. Horlicks - It makes you taller, stronger and sharper.

You gulp it and run upstairs to your room, give life to your PC and go online. Hardly six or seven hours since you last checked your mailbox but your inbox has 15 unread mails. You no more go orkutting, only twitter-ing and facebook-ing these days.

You suddenly realise that you have a test in another 30 mins. You hurry to the bathroom, take a shower and dress up. All these takes you only 5 mins. You rush down, eat your breakfast and come out of your home to find that its drizzling. Fantastic weather to go for a 30 km ride in your lovely bike. You switch on your ipod, plug in the phones to your ears with max volume. Ready, steady, go and you speed on.

On your way, you witness the most rarest scene in your life. A mini lorry nearby goes awry and it does a two 360 degree turn but still manages to come to a halt after hitting the bulwark. You know that you are lucky, if it had lost its balance, your bike would have been under the four wheels of the mini lorry. You thank God and raise your throttle.

Your average speed on road is 80 kph.

You reach the test centre on time and take up the test. You do the test exceptionally well and you are satisfied with your performance. You come out, the rain had just stopped pouring. Awesome weather again to ride back home. You light a cigarette and it makes you feel good.

You plug in your ipod again. You are one person who cannot live without music. You sing along and ride your bike at a moderate speed this time.

The onward journey took 25 minutes but the return journey takes an hour. The roads are always open for you. The ride makes you feel as if you are walking in air.

You come back home in an ecstatic mood. Your mom has made the best delicious food available on earth that you long to eat. But you yell at your mom, "Ma, unakku ethana thadava solrathu non-veg seyyathannu? Oru thadava sonna puriyathu? Weight pottutte poraen ma. Inimel veg mattum sei." [Eng:- Mom, how many times should I tell you not to cook non-veg? I am putting on weight. Please cook only veg hereafter]. You roar at her for cooking non-veg but eat the non-veg alone.

You come back to your room. Lie on the bed and think how fortunate are you to have a life like this.

You don't go to office for two months but still you get paid.

You ask your dad for some money, he never asks you how much and tells you to get it from his wallet. You happily take extra dough and freak out.

You know that someone who lives a 1000 miles away, who hasn't even met you in person nor talked to you, loves you a lot and you are her dream boy.

You are 24 but you have a daughter who is 19 years young.

You visit your relatives very often. Play with your nieces, cousins who are kids, you mock at them and they mock at you back. Beg your niece for one lil kiss on the cheek.

You listen to a song and you can relate that song to someone you love.

You forgive people who hurt you the most. You realize that it's only coz of them you came to know what life actually is.

You live a lonely life at your native. You don't come out of your room during weekdays and you never come home during weekends. Weekends with friends, non-stop laughs and non-stop fun. You go for a long ride in car with them every Sunday.

A movie on every weekend with your friends. You have theaters in your area but you travel to the nearest city to watch a bakwaas movie.

No matter how awful you look with your grown up hair, mush and beard. There is always someone who tells you that you look awesome and charming with the mush and beard.

You know you are the happiest man on earth right now and you also know that this happiness won't last forever. You smile.

Your friends console you when you are sad.

You have a brother who is not your blood.

You meet your cousin daily to have thiruttu dum even though you are busy. You have seen people envying both of you for being the best cousins in the world.

You are single.

You have the guts to tell your mom, "Ma, naan bar ku poraen. Pride hotel la puthusa DJ aarambhichirukaangalaam. Naan poye paathuttu varaen." [Eng:- Mom, I am going to bar. Looks like they have started DJ in Pride hotel. Let me go and have a look]. Your mom gives you a stern look but you pay no attention and leave home.

No matter how cautious you are, you always get caught red-handed for smoking by your mom, you sister and your cousin sister. Yet you handle the situation wisely and escape narrowly each time.

You recently become a bookworm and you start purchasing a lot of books, esp Indian fiction. It gets shipped to your home and you open the parcel. Your mom reads the title, 'I too had a love story' by Ravinder Singh and she gives a look as if you had bought a porno magazine. You ignore her and start reading the book. Oldies will never change, esp your parents.

You are a hero in your town.

Your phone bills come crashing down like the stocks market.

Suddenly you wake up from deep sleep. You smile and say, "Life can't get any better than this.. "

P.S:- I feel elated and excited about my life. I will be quite happy even if I die the next moment coz I know that I have lived a wonderful life so far and my epitaph would read "The man with no regrets" :)

Life's Little Instruction Manual

It's been a long time since I checked my office mail. I opened up my office mail box. 234 unread messages. Darn. Each mail for each constituency in Tamil Nadu? I cogitated. My inbox was full. Now I need to clean it up. The most toughest job on earth. Some chain mails from my classmates (their topic would be either reunion or some stupid argle-bargle about Ajith-Vijay), some wrongly sent office mails from my previous account and many more forwards. I deleted all the mails without reading them but my eyes stumbled across a mail which had a beautiful subject to it. It was sent on 23rd July by Sooraj. It read "Life's little instruction manual". I opened it and read. Two words best describe the mail. MUST READ. Here goes the mail. I have italicized my favorites.

Life's Little Instruction Manual

Have a firm handshake.

Look people in the eye.

Sing in the shower.

Own a great stereo system.

If in a fight, hit first and hit hard.

Keep secrets.

Never give up on anybody. Miracles happen everyday.

Always accept an outstretched hand.

Be brave. Even if you're not, pretend to be. No one can tell the difference.


Avoid sarcastic remarks.

Choose your life's mate carefully. From this one decision will come 90 per cent of all your happiness or misery.

Make it a habit to do nice things for people who will never find out.

Lend only those books you never care to see again.

Never deprive someone of hope; it might be all that they have.

When playing games with children, let them win .

Give people a second chance, but not a third.

Be romantic.

Become the most positive and enthusiastic person you know.

Loosen up. Relax. Except for rare life-and-death matters, nothing is as important as it first seems.

Don't allow the phone to interrupt important moments. It's there for your convenience, not the caller's.

Be a good loser.

Be a good winner.

Think twice before burdening a friend with a secret.

When someone hugs you, let them be the first to let go.

Be modest. A lot was accomplished before you were born.

Keep it simple.

Beware of the person who has nothing to lose.

Don't burn bridges. You'll be surprised how many times you have to cross the same river.

Live your life so that your epitaph could read, No Regrets

Be bold and courageous. When you look back on life, you'll regret the things you didn't do more than the one's you did.

Never waste an opportunity to tell someone you love them.

Remember no one makes it alone. Have a grateful heart and be quick to acknowledge those who helped you.

Take charge of your attitude. Don't let someone else choose it for you.

Visit friends and relatives when they are in hospital; you need only stay a few minutes.

Begin each day with some of your favorite music.

Once in a while, take the scenic route.

Send a lot of Valentine cards. Sign them, 'Someone who thinks you're terrific.'

Answer the phone with enthusiasm and energy in your voice.

Keep a note pad and pencil on your bed-side table. Million-dollar ideas sometimes strike at 3 a.m.

Show respect for everyone who works for a living, regardless of how trivial their job.

Send your loved ones flowers. Think of a reason later.

Make someone's day by paying the toll for the person in the car behind you.

Become someone's hero.

Marry only for love.

Count your blessings.

Compliment the meal when you're a guest in someone's home.

Wave at the children on a school bus.

Remember that 80 per cent of the success in any job is based on your ability to deal with people.

Don't expect life to be fair. (This is the ultimate one)

Tum se hi Lyrics Jab we met with English translation

You might listen to a thousand songs but only a very few songs make you feel like "Wish I were like this". This is one of them. The song is about communion of lovers that emotes in soft sonorous tonality with effective backdrop of mushy lyrical flow amidst enlightening orchestration. The serene "Tum Se hi" has a starting female loop a-a-a-a-a...very infectious and goes on like a loop before the actual song starts off. The song has got a nice rhythm to it. Mohit Chauhan's voice is very refreshing. Pritam excels in this song. The number may not be the kind that a music lover may sing around the town but if you are in mood to play a song on a long drive or just want to relax with the lights switched off and remembering the one you love the most.

Song: Tum se hi
Movie: Jab we met
Singers: Mohit Chauhan
Music : Pritam
Lyrics : Irshad Kamil

A-aa, A-aa… A-aa…
A-aa, A-aa… A-aa….)

Na Hai Ye, Paana…
(neither Does This Mean That I Have Got You…)
Na Khona, Bhi Hai…
(nor Does It Mean, That I Have Lost You…)
Tera Na Hona, Jaane…
(don’t Know Why Even In Your Absence, My Love…)
Kyun… Hona, Bhi Hai…
(seems Like You Are Present Everywhere Around Me…)

Tumse Hi, Din Hota Hai…
(my Day Begins With Your Thoughts…)
Surmai, Shaam Aati Hai…
(and The Dawns Are Made Beautiful With You…)
Tumse Hi… Tumse Hi…
(with You… Just With You…)

Har Ghadi, Saans Aati Hai
(each Moment, I Breathe For You…)
Zindagi, Kehlaati Hai
(each Moment Makes My Life…)
Tumse Hi.. Tumse Hi…
(with You… Just For You…)

Na Hai Ye, Paana…
Na Khona, Bhi Hai…
Tera Na Hona, Jaane…
Kyun… Hona, Bhi Hai…

A-aa, A-aa… A-aa…
A-aa, A-aa… A-aa….

Aankhon Mein Aankhein, Teri…
(my Eyes Are Lost In Yours…)
Baahon Mein Baahein, Teri…
(my Arms Embrace You In Them…)
Mera Na Mujhmein, Kuch Rahaa…
(nothing Seems To Be Mine Anymore)
Hua Kya…
(don’t Know What Happened…)

Baaton Mein Baatein, Teri…
(even My Talks Are Full Of You…)
Raatein Saugaatein, Teri…
(my Nights Seem To Be A Gift From You…)
Kyun Tera Sab Ye, Ho Gaya…
(why Has My Everything Turned Yours…)
Hua Kya…
(don’t Know What Happened…)

Main Kahin Bhi Jaata Hun…
(anywhere I Might Go…)
Tumse Hi Mil Jaata Hun…
(seems Like I Meet You…)
Tumse Hi… Tumse Hi…
(it’s About You… Just About You)

Shor Mein Khaamoshi Hai…
(there Seems Silence Amidst Noise…)
Thodi Si Behoshi Hai…
(a Little Bit Of Dizzyness Prevails…)
Tumse Hi… Tumse Hi…
(it’s About You… Just About You)

A-aa, A-aa… A-aa…
A-aa, A-aa… A-aa….

Aadha Sa Waada, Kabhi…
(half-a-promise, Sometimes…)
Aadhe Se Zaada, Kabhi…
(and Sometimes, More Than A Half…)
Jee Chaahe Kar Lun, Iss Tarah…
(my Heart Wants To Make With You…)
Wafaa Ka…
(a Promise Of Loyalty…)

Chhode Na Chhoote, Kabhi…
(this Bond Can’t Be Left, Even Willingly…)
Tode Na Toote, Kabhi…
(it Can’t Be Broken, Even If I Try…)
Jo Dhaaga Tumse, Judd Gayaa..
(the Thread Which Draped Us As One…)
Wafaa Ka…
(the Thread Of Commitment…)

Main Tera Sirmaaya Hun…
(I Am Indebted To You…)
Jo Bhi Main, Bunn Paaya Hun…
(for Everything That I Have Achieved…)
Tumse Hi… Tumse Hi….
(is Because Of You… Because Of You…)

Raaste, Mil Jaate Hain…
(I Find My Ways By Itself…)
Manzilein, Mil Jaati Hain…
(I Find My Destinations, So Easily Now…)
Tumse Hi… Tumse Hi…
(it’s Because Of You… Because Of You…)

Na Hai Ye, Paana…
Na Khona, Bhi Hai…
Tera Na Hona, Jaane…
Kyun… Hona, Bhi Hai…

A-aa, A-aa… A-aa…
A-aa, A-aa… A-aa….

Ponmaalai Pozhuthu Leelai Lyrics

Ponmaalai pozhuthu, the song which is on my lips lately. A refreshing number to catch at anytime. Too good song with amazing lyrics. And here is the promo for you. I hope you guys like it.

And you can download the song here.

Song: Ponmaalai pozhudhu
Movie: Leelai
Singers: Benny Dayal, Sathish Chakravarthy
Music : Sathish Chakravarthy
Lyrics : Sathish Chakravarthy

Ponmalai pozhudhu sigappazhagu
Un kobam yay yay yay azhago azhagu
Oru roja poovin mullum thuli azhagu
Un kannil kovam yay yay azhago azhagu

Nee kaathal sollum tamizh azhagu
Nee paadum killai mozhi noorazhagu
Ennai nee thitti thitti pesum
Kochai tamizho mudive illa azhago azhagu yay yay

Ponmalai pozhudhu sigappazhagu
Un kobam yay yay yay yay azhago azhagu

Un koondhal kaatril aadidum pozhuthu
Oru springtime vaasam poothidum azhagu ooh
Un kaigal koondhal kothida
Pookal vaasam car-in ulle veesida
Summer time -in veppathodu neeyum
Kothipathu oru azhagu

Nee ennai vittu dhooram sendrida
Saalai engum kodi ilaigal udhirnthida
Autumn leaves-um unnai pole sivappaai
Muraipadhu oru azhagu

Winter enbathu kodumai aanathu
Unthan mounam moodukindra pani athu
Konjam konjam uruga koodaatha

Ponmalai pozhudhu sigappazhagu
Un kobam yay yay yay azhago azhagu
Oru roja poovin mullum thuli azhagu
Un kannil kovam yay yay azhago azhagu

Or jannal thondrum pournami nilavu
En kaadhali mugamo athai vida azhagu.. ooh
Venmathiyin mugathai kandathum
Latcham latcham kavignar kavithai kondathum
Kodi mazhaigal thalli nindru paadi rasithana – athanazhagu
I love you endru moondre vaarthayil
Haiku kavithai naanum sonna velayil
Punnagaika jannalukku pinnaal olindhathu oru azhagu

Nilavum erange boomi vanthathu
Enthan tholil saainthu kondu nindrathu
Enna maayam anbe solvaaya

Pon malai pozhudhu sigappu azhagu
Un vetkam – yay yay yay azhago azhagu
Oru roja poovin vaasam thuli azhagu
Un kannil aasai yay yay azhago azhagu

Nee kaathal sollum tamizh azhagu
Nee paadum killai mozhi noorazhagu
Ennai nee konji konji pesum
Kochai tamizho – mudive illa azhago azhagu yay yay

Pon malai pozhudhu sigappu azhagu
Un vetkam – yay yay yay azhago azhagu

Sigappazhagu.. Un vetkam azhagu azhagu azhagu..
Sigappazhagu.. Un vetkam azhagu azhagu azhagu..
Sigappazhagu.. Un vetkam azhagu azhagu azhagu..

My Life's Lessons..


This post is not only inspired by my own experiences, it has got some of the lessons I learnt from my friends as well. It is meant not to hurt anyone. In any case if you think you are offended, you can stop then and there.


"There are no mistakes in life, only lessons. There is no such thing as a negative experience, only opportunities to grow, learn and advance along the road of self-mastery. From struggle comes strength. Even pain can be a wonderful teacher." - Robin S Sharma

I am writing this post since one of my anonymous readers suggested me this topic through skribit. I couldn't neglect since this was the first suggestion from my readers. The life lessons you have learnt from relationships (could be based on family, friends or love). I was wondering why on earth would someone want to know my life's lesson. I am no mahatma, nor am I a big cheese. No guy would ever ask me that question bcoz they know who I am. A big time philosopher who has the capability to talk non-stop nonsense about philosophy for days to come. Then why? Only God knows the answer. The italicized words in this post are not mine. They are either quotes or taken from a book or film.

The Lessons

1. Being the son of a full math professor and having a mathematical insect inside my vein, let me start with the formula that teaches you the best lesson of life.

(a+b)^2 = a^2 + b^2 + 2ab

Doesn't ring any bell? Let me explain you then. Any work which is done in pairs or with more people, fetches you a better result than doing the work alone. The square of 'a' and 'b' gives you an additional term '2ab' where as if it had been only one term 'a' you get it's square alone. Simple but powerful. This lesson is acceptable everywhere except sex. No threesomes, foursomes or 'n' number of somes please. :P

2. No matter what, Family comes first. The job, friends, girl friends, girl friend's sisters, every single thing in life comes only after your family. Always remember this, "The love of a family is life's greatest blessing". So love your family even if you don't like them. It's important to make your family relationships work before you offer consideration to others. Respect your parents. You are here in this world, reading my dumb, dim-witted, dopey blog of mine only coz of them. We maybe hardheaded and I know we're far too proud, but, in the hour of need, believe me that there's noone you'd rather have at your side than a kinsman.

3. It's not a problem if you have a 1000 friends, but it is, when all the 1000 of them are your best pals. The number of best mates should always be limited. The number must always be a single digit. The chances of pressure points are huge when you have a large number of best buddies. And also don't ever get close to a person who is younger to you by more than a year or so. My friends always asked me why I had been close to ppl who are younger to me and said it's not healthy but I ignored them. Lately, I did realize that my friends were right. The difference in maturity level will lead to greater problems. So its always safe to be away from them.

4. I strongly believe that there are no guys in this world who are Ramans and undoubtedly no Kannagis in girls. (Click here to know about Kannagi). That's why Ramayana is called as an epic. So don't blindly believe any guy or a girl. By contraries, girls expect their guys to be Raman. If so, there is no harm in pretending to be Raman. Dont be a shithead to confess whatever crime you committed before, to your girl/guy and expect him/her to forgive you. The weak can never forgive, forgiveness is the attribute of the strong. Forget being forgiven, don't ever expect the other person to understand you. You go confess your feelings from the bottom of your heart but all you get in turn is "Get lost you lying cheating bastard" from the mouth of your loved one. Even if you go confess, the other person may still think you are a liar. So why go confess? :D. Act like a Raman and get the girl. :P

5. Guys please watch out when a girl comes to you and calls you brother/anna/bhaiya/whatever. Take extra care with such girls, coz being a friend with a girl is okay but being a brother to a girl who is not your blood is pretty perilous. I have also seen guys giving importance to girls than their career. God please save them.

6. Be the one to make somebody smile. Life is short. Make it meaningful by being the reason to make others happy. If people think that you don't deserve to be happy, so be it. Don't let anyone steal your Happiness. If they don't want to enjoy life with you, then just let them be, and enjoy your life without them. Every single person in this world deserves happiness, even if he had committed the biggest crime in the world. Nobody can snatch it from you. Your happiness is in your hands. If you think you are happy, you are happy. If you think you are sad, you are sad.

7. When someone hurts you, forgive them. I believe that Life is all about "loving, caring and forgiving...". It happens far too often. Words can deal a fatal blow to a relationship. People say mean and hurtful things, sometimes intentionally, to hurt the person they love the most. When you haven't forgiven those who've hurt you, you turn your back against your future. When you do forgive, you start walking forward. How powerful this statement is?

8. "There is only one sin. only one. And that is theft. Every other sin is a variation of theft. When you kill a man, you steal a life. You steal his wife's right to a husband, rob his children of a father. When you tell a lie, you steal someone's right to the truth. When you cheat, you steal the right to fairness".
The golden words from the book 'The Kite Runner'.

9. In a fiasco, help your friends. When you're helping your friends make sense of their life, everything about your life makes sense to you.

10. Never ever blame others for your own mistakes. "When you blame others, you give up your power to change". That is a quote by Douglas Noel Adams. It's quite important to burn into your mind how powerful that simple statement really is.

11. If you think that everyone stands with u always in all situations, then you are absolutely wrong. Everyone won't be with u always. Actually no one will be with u always. Its your life and you have to live it whether anyone is with u or not. We have to lead our life what ever happens. Just remember you came all alone to this earth and you will die alone. Everything in between is temporary. Just don't get emotionally attached to anyone or anything coz when that thing or that person leaves you, you can see what is death when u r still alive. This one is not directed at anyone. I liked this one very much and so am putting it up here.

12. This one is for those who have loved and lost. Never be sad for what is over, just be glad that it was once yours. "Never regret what has happened in the past. There is no chaos in this universe. There is a purpose for everything that has ever happened to you, and everything that will happen to you. Remember, every experience offers lessons. So stop majoring in minor things. Enjoy your life". In simple Tamil, "ippo enakku oru figure ah pudichirukkunnu vaiyyaen.. enna pannuvaen theriyuma? Neraa antha ponnaanda poye.. itho paaru.. enakku unna pudichirukkuthu.. unakku enna pudichirukkutha? pudichiruntha okay. Illenna loss. Paavam antha figurekku.. NAMAKKU AAYIRAM FIGURE MADIYUM MACHI.." :D

13. I don't know why, but I get so much involved when it comes to movies. They teach you life's best lessons, don't they?. One such was from the movie Ayan. The scene where Surya and Jegan booze together in the terrace. Jegan says, "Itha pannu atha pannu etha venaa pannu. Nalla kaasu sambaari. 40 45 vayasula apdiye oru stop pannu. Roadla nadantha naalu peru salute adikkanum. Dei Deva, Vaazhura varaikkum eppadi venaalum vazhalaam da. Aana saagum bothu nallavana saaganum. " [Eng:- Do this or that, earn good money, at 40 or 45 put a full stop to it. When you walk on the road, people must salute you with respect. We can live as we like but we must die as good men.]


I hope I covered all my life's valuable lessons in this post. I have a lots more to share but I think this is sufficient enough. I reckon this is my longest blog I have ever written. Now for the anonymous reader who suggested this topic, let me know if I have missed any.

P.S:- I am taking a break from the blogging world for two months till my exams are over. See you guys soon. Miss ya.

Update:- I forgot to mention the most important lesson of my life. It's about relationship. Love your mate. Stay with her. Commit to her. Do not betray her. Do not look at another woman. Do not even fantasize about how life will be in another woman's arms. Maintain, protect, and defend your commitment to your wife/gf. This lesson holds good only for those who are in a relationship. And for people like me (as in, I don't have a girlfriend, I have girlfriendsssssssss), just stick to the other lessons of my life and ignore this one. :P

The 'Ka' Factor

The 'Ka' factor. It has been a nine days' wonder for my best pals recently. I had this as my orkut status and people got confused and were scratching their heads (balls in case of guys), what's the 'Ka' factor is all about. So what's this 'Ka' factor?. It's not a variable co-efficient, not something that is related to physics like the Boltzmann factor or the Bayes factor in Statistics. You might get discontented if you know what it's about. Okay let me not be backward in coming forward.

A few days back

I was busy texting one of my friends when Nivash interrupted and asked me who am I texting all day long. I told him my friend's name and then he noticed something interesting in that. I have had a long list of friends (esp girls). But I get close only to few and only few like me the same way I do. Nivash knows all of them since he is one of the bestest friends I have in my life.

"Did you observe something?" He said.
"Something what?"
"The name. The name of your friend you just said."
"Yea. Her name is Monika. What's intriguing in that?"
"Her name ends with Ka". He smiled.
"Wow. You have brains. And the most astonishing thing is, it works sometimes." I simpered. I knew what he was trying to say.

It all started with my ex girl friend (not disclosing her name) her name ended with 'Ka'. Next was her sister and her name ended in 'Ka' as well. Their chapters are over so now moving on to the next 'Ka' and that's my closest pal Ishika. Words just fail to express how best a friend she is to me. Sometimes the Almighty knows what you want and He sends an angel every time from heaven to make you forget all your worries. She is one such angel who had come straight from the heaven. And finally, the latest to join the club, the club of Ka's is Monika. A medico from CMC, Vellore. She claims herself to be the budding doc and brags often that she has the license to kill just like Mr. James Bond. She is very naughty and I couldn't help loving the way she talked to me over phone the very first time. All the previous club members knew my secret but on the contrary I knew the secrets of Ms. James Bond. I am her Daddy. That's how she calls me and I love my daughter very very much. So guys, that's what "Ka" factor is all about. If you are miffed after reading this post, you just need to have a beer as I keep wondering who is gonna be the next member to join the club. Bhoomika or Priyanka or Soubarnika(Wet Grinder)? Lolz..

P.S:- This blog doesn't mean that all my best buddies have the "Ka" factor in them. Exceptions include Cainath, Seemz, Meera & Sweety

Nanbanai partha Ninaithale Innikum Lyrics

Too good a song. Reminds me of the good old college days. A song that is an ode to the carefree life of college-goers. Annamalai’s lyrics on ‘Friendship’ are heart-touching. The best part is 'ulagathil pidithathu edhuvendru ennai kettal… en kallori vazhaikyai kattiduven... en adutha jenmathil ingey maramaven'. I liked this song so much, that I started listening to it and it never ended. Eagerly awaiting this movie. :)

Film:- Ninaithale Inikkum
Song:- Nanbanai partha
Music:- Vijay Antony
Singer:- Benny Dayal
Lyricist:- Annamalai

Nanbanai partha thedhi mattum
otti kondathu en nyabagathil
en uyir vazhum kaalam ellam
avan ninaivu thudikum en irudhayathil

ulagathil pidithathu edhuvendru ennai kettal….hoho….
en kallori vazhaikayai kaattiduven
en adutha jenmathil ingey maramaaven..

hoo.hoo…naana nana na…
hoo oh ho…nana nana na…

nanbanai partha thedhi mattum
otti kondathu en nyabagathil
en uyir vazhum kaalam ellam
avan ninaivu thudikum en irudhayathil

siragu illai vaanam illai
verum tharayilum nangal parappom
ilamai idhu oru murai thaan
thuli micham illamal rusippom

kavalai illai kabadam illai
nangal kadavulukkey varam kuduppom
erimalaiyo peru mazhaiyo
engal nenjai nimirthi thaan nadappom
varum kaalam namadhaagum
varalaru padaipom
urangamal adharkaga uzhaippom

hoo.hoo…naana nana na…
hoo oh ho…nana nana na…

nanbanai partha thedhi mattum
otti kondathu en nyabagathil
en uyir vazhum kalam ellam
avan ninaivu thudikum en irudhayathil

vidha vidhamai kanavugalai
dhinam nenjiniley nangal sumappom
bayamariya paruvam idhu
nangal ninaipadhellam seidhu mudippom

sumaigal ingu edhum illai
ingu jaadhi madhangalai marappom
pengal endrum aangal endrum
ulla paagu pattaiyum veruppom

mazhai thuvum veyil neram adhai pole manadhu
malar pole thadumarum vayadhu

hoo.hoo…naana nana na…
hoo oh ho…nana nana na…

nanbanai partha thedhi mattum
otti kondathu en nyabagathil
en uyir vaazhum kaalam ellam
avan ninaivu thudikum en irudhayathil

ulagathil pidithathu edhuvendru ennai kettal….hoho….
en kallori vazhaikyai kattiduven
en adutha jenmathil ingey maramaaven..

I am a full time orkuteer and I keep a look at my friend's updates all the time. Today, straight away getting from bed I logged into my orkut and checked my friends' updates. Meera had added a video 'Beautifully Imperfect' as her favourite. The title spoke to me quite a bit with the irony of the two words.

'Beautifully Imperfect'

Don't know why but I’ve been wondering many times about the future person I'm gonna meet. THE person, if you know what I mean. Sometimes, I find myself thinking about that person (whoever that person is) a lil too much. I’m getting a wee bit impatient, but I’ll wait. Surely will. The choice is left to Him. He’ll decide who that person is and it’s in His Timing that it’ll happen.

Well I am not Mr. Perfect, am nowhere near to the word 'perfect' but this ad made me understand one thing, the little imperfections that make them perfect for you. This is the best ad I've seen so far. It also made me agnize one thing, the most important thing in Life, Family. I hope you guys like the ad, the same way I did. Insha Allah, I hope one day I find myself a life partner who would be beautifully imperfect to me. Amen. :)

Vaazhga Thamizh..

Vaazhga Thamizh means long live divine Tamil. I received a mail from one of my friends which had the subject 'Vaazhga Tamil'. I am a pukka Tamil, so without any deferment I opened the mail. I don't read forward mails but this mail engrossed me completely. On completion I was laughing boisterously. Read on, am sure you will enjoy it (especially the Tamils). :)

Beating the employment trap.

Bill Gates organized an enormous session to recruit a new Chairman for Microsoft Europe. 5000 candidates assembled in a large room. One candidate is our Ramasamy, pukka Tamil guy.

Bill Gates: Thank you for coming. Those who do not know JAVA may leave.

2000 people leave the room.

Ramasamy says to himself, 'I do not know JAVA, but I have nothing to lose if I stay. I'll give it a try !'

Bill Gates: Candidates who never had experience of managing more than 100 people may leave.

2000 people leave the room.

Ramasamy says to himself, 'I never managed anybody by myself, but I have nothing to lose if I stay. What can happen to me ?' So he stays.

Bill Gates: Candidates who do not have management diplomas may leave.

500 people leave the room.

Ramasamy says to himself, 'I left school at 15, but what have I got to lose ?' So he stays in the room.

Lastly, Bill Gates asked the candidates who do not speak Serbo-Croat to leave.

498 people leave the room.

Ramasamy says to himself, 'I do not speak one word of Serbo-Croat but what do I have to lose ?' So he stays and finds himself with one other candidate; Everyone else has gone.

Bill Gates joined them and said 'Apparently you are the only two candidates who speak Serbo-Croat, so I'd now like to hear you have a conversation together in that language.'

Calmly, Ramasamy turns to the other candidate and says 'endha ooru?'

The other candidate answers, 'Thoothukudi pakkam'

Tamizhan da. Tamizh Vaazhga. Long live divine Tamil.

Breezyblue turned one.. :)

Mingalaba readers. My blog turned one yesterday, 23rd August 2009. At this auspicious moment, I would like to thank my friends and fellow readers who kept encouraging me with gracious comments and which in turn inspired me with confidence to continue my blogging. When I look back, I feel great and elated. It is also heartening to see the number of visitors increasing day by day. Thanks to google. I came into this blogging world just to impress some people but now its different altogether. Each and every blog that I post here makes me really happy and that's the only reason why am still into this blog world and another reason, as my cousin Raja mentioned in his blog Happy Bday to my BLOG, It's indeed a groovy feeling when you come back and read about your past life. Old memories and the reminiscence makes you feel over the moon, no matter how depressing they were. I would request you guys to keep the feedback coming, as it provides me with valuable inputs. Happy B'day to my Breezyblue. Let peace prevail. :)
Tamil cinema has given a lot of beautiful songs to the world, almost all of them romantic numbers. But only once in a blue moon you get songs which are pictured on a sweet-flavored family. This song is one among them. A paean to Nature, again in simple words, but carried elegantly into musical form by the composers. Mellifluous lyrics and music offers invigorations of good feel amongst listeners. I just loved this song the first time I listened to it and I dedicate this one to my family.

Film:- Yaavarum Nalam/ 13B
Song:- Chinna kuyil koovum
Singer:- Karthik
Music:- Shankar Essan Loy

Chinna kuyil koovum
Sangath thamizh paadum
Kannin imaigal thirandhidum kaalai idhu
Sondhangalai naadum sombaludan thedum
Puththam pudhidhaai pirandhidum velai ithu
Mazhaiththuli aayiram kadal madi theduthe
Alaigalaaga maari thulli aadidave

Pattap pagal vaanam vandhu vilaiyaadum vandhuvizhum
Maerkku nokki oru sooriyan
Andha kanam mele velli valai pole
Ezhundhidum vennilaa
Pattap pagal vaanam (Sontham) vandhu vilaiyaadum (Varum) vandhuvizhum
Maerkku (Inbam) nokki oru sooriyan (enum)
Andha kanam mele (Sorgam) velli valai pole (Inge)
Ezhundhidum vennilaa (Varum)

Adiththaal anbil thaane endru adhai thallivittu sendridume
Thoal odum marainthidum vali
Manathil servathillai
Anaiththaal kozhi kunjai pola vanthu
Innum konjam ottikkollum
Anbennum kadhakadhappile
Gauravam paarppathillai
Oh.. Mazhaiththuli aayiram kadal madi theduthe
Alaigalaaga maari thulli aadidave...

Than nan naa ne naane.... (6)
Ezhunthidum vennilaa

Pattap pagal vaanam (Sontham) vandhu vilaiyaadum (Varum) vandhuvizhum
Maerkku (Inbam) nokki oru sooriyan (enum)
Andha kanam mele (Sorgam) velli valai pole (Inge)
Ezhundhidum vennilaa (Varum)

Oh.. Chinna kuyil koovum
Sangath thamizh paadum
Kannin imaigal tirandhidum kaalai idhu
Sondhangalai naadum sombaludan thedum
Puththam pudhidhaai pirandhidum velai ithu
Mazhaiththuli aayiram kadal madi theduthe
Alaigalaaga maari thulli aadidave

Pattap pagal vaanam vandhu vilaiyaadum vandhuvizum
Maerkku nokki oru sooriyan
Andha kanam mele velli valai pole
Ezhundhidum vennilaa

Pattap pagal vaanam (Sontham) vandhu vilaiyaadum (Varum) vandhuvizhum
Maerkku (Inbam) nokki oru sooriyan (enum)
Andha kanam mele (Sorgam) velli valai pole (Inge)
Ezhundhidum vennilaa (Varum)

Who said fun lies behind closed doors?

It is now 12am. I was gonna log off my pc and go to bed but I saw today's orkut fortune. It read "Share your happiness with others today". So right away I came in here. Today was one of the best days of my life. It was our second house warming ceremony. Actually we had constructed a new storey(we means not literally us. I meant the masons and of course the engineer) and my dad had organized a small biriyani party to all the laborers and my relatives. To be frank it wasn't small, two goats had sacrified their lives for today's lunch. They were immolated for the biriyani the cook prepared. It is a tradition in India that they boil milk early morning after the prayers and the people drink it as sacred milk and the event is called as "Paal Kaachiraanga" in tamil (Verbatim translation to english would be 'milk boiling' :P). Everyone were there when they were boiling the milk but I was busy singing a duet with Kutti pisasu Vedika. Don't panic guys. I was sleeping as usual and dreaming (People say morning dreams will come true. Somebody please tell me if that's true). It was 5am and that's midnight for me. I got up at 9 am and that was pretty early according to my modus operandi.

My mom brought the milk and asked me to drink it after saying "Bismillah" but there was one condition. I was supposed to brush my teeth. I got ready in about ten minutes and my kinsmen and kinswomen started coming in. It was fun all the way. I were a person who spend a lot of time for my friends but now I am changed man. Family comes first to me. I was surprised to see all my matrikins and patrikins coming to my home. The best thing was even those who don't talk to each other (this usually happens in Indian families. People fight with their relatives and they don't talk for years) met, talked , patched up and it was a pleasure to see that happen. There were small kids all over my house. Some call me fahad chachu, some fahad maamu, some fahad anna and some don't even know who I am (they are too young to recognize me :P). We meet all our relatives only in such events. I didn't knew before that spending time for family would be so much fun. Arranging the lunch, distributing the biriyani to family members, compelling them to eat more and most of all watching these things happen in swiftness gave me immense happiness. After lunch everyone sat and talked in circles. Two funniest things happened today. One was a debate about who is the best? Me or my dad. The older patrikins were in favour of my dad and the younger ones were on my side. The second one was about my marriage. Who is gonna find a bride for me? Where should she be from? Should she be urdu speaking or tamil speaking? These were the questions that were put forward to me. Lol. "I don't know. Whatever my mom says, that's okay to me" I replied politely.

Who said fun lies behind closed doors alone? Of course that's different kind of fun. Come out of the closed doors and spend sometime for your family, then you will know what actually fun means. :)

P.S:- I am also happy for some other reason. I got a testimonial from my long distant friend Ishika. She is the best friend anyone can have. And one thing made me sad today. I was missing my miyu darling in the function. If she were there, it would have been the best function in my family.

When someone provokes thy wrath..

I live in a residential colony and the information I have gathered so far is that I along with my roommates were the only bachelors residing in the colony. It's been a year and half since we slipped in to this colony. Getting a house in Chennai or any city for that matter is a not an easy task. The house we live in now belongs to my close mate Karthik Vasudevan who now lives in UK and only we knew how much we suffered getting that house. Eventhough Karthik and his mom were ready to let their house to us, the fellow humans living nearby disinclined. The only reason behind it was that we were BACHELORS. But Karthik's mom were in favour of us. So we relocated to this place and from that day on we never gave any disturbance to our fellow humans. We go to office, come back home, sleep and this was our daily routine.

There is this lady who sits in front of my house daily and gossips the whole crap that happens in our apartment with her fellow ladies from morning to night. I don't know how these ladies get time to gossip all the time. Her behaviour really gets to me since it disturbed my sleep during the day (after being home from night shifts). Last night, I took my friend to my room and when we crossed her, she murmured "Innoru gang varutha. Ethana pera thaan ivan kootittu varuvaan?" [Eng: Here comes another guy. How many guys will he bring home?]. I personally hate this thing. When someone mocks at other's feeling/possessions/habit. Her comment made me flew into a rage that I wanted to go back to her and show my middle finger to her but rather I just kept quiet and went inside my room. I have developed this habit of being carefree even if someone tends to offend me and I stay away from them but still they provoke my wrath.

"Ellathayum ezhanthavan etha venumnaalum seyvaan. Ethayum ezhakka koodathunnu thaan mathavan othungi poraan. Naan silara paakum bothu ellam velagi ponathukku kaaranam bayamo kutra unarvo illa. Enakku iruntha latchiyam, kanavu, kadamai. Ellarukkum appadi thaan. Poruppu irukkura ovoruthanum porumaiya thaan povaan." [Eng: People who had lost everything will do anything. People who don't want to lose anything will stay away from them. The reason for me staying away from these senseless people is not coz of fear or guilt. Its coz of my ambition, dream and responsibilities that I have in life. Its the same for everyone. A person who has responsibilities will always stay calm]

P.S:- Whenever I come across such people I ask this to myself. Why don't someone give me a bottle of scotch and a hand gun to blow their fucking head off!

Man trapped by Giselle Monteiro from Love Aaj Kal

For those who don't know me personally, I am not the guy who gets knocked out easily by a ravishing beauty. Though I accept the fact that I have admired a lot of women I have come across in my life (both physically and mentally) and not any celebrities. There were two exceptions, one being Vega Tamotia and the other was Kajal Agarwal. I watched Love Aaj Kal yesterday at Satyam, the funniest part is that I don't understand Hindi (I am trying all means to learn it like watching Hindi movies, listening in to my roomies' discourse in Hindi, fish some Hindi speaking thothas, etc etc..). Okay let me not digress from the topic "Man trapped by Giselle Monteiro". So as of yesterday there were only two celebrity lulus who enraptured me but now the count had become three. The latest being Brazilian model Giselle Monteiro from the movie Love Aaj Kal who played the role of Harleen Kaur.

The moment I saw her face for the first time on the screen, I slobbered over her in awe, my heart started to beat faster. Saif Ali Khan was lavishing affection on her on the screen and I was doting upon her sitting in the theater, watching her on the screen. I am quite sure, I evinced deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude towards her than Saif Ali Khan did on the screen. During Ajj Din Chadeya song, I got completely man trapped by her beauty that I couldn't see her anymore. Something like this. The most precious things in Life can't be seen with the naked eyes. You have to look within. Its because of the sensation you get. Its out-of-this-world so you probably have to shut your eyes from this world to savor the moment in its entirety. Masha Allah. She was drop dead gorgeous and for the first time, I kept a celebrity picture as my wallpaper in my mobile and it was Giselle Monteiro. :)

Update: Actually the count is four. I missed kutti pisasu Vedika in the list. ;). The most shocking news is this. When someone searches for 'Giselle Monteiro Naked' in google, my blog link shows up as the first result. :(

The new look to the breezyblues

Nearly a year after entering the blogger's world, I have changed my blog template. Change is the new law and is happiness. So I wanted to experience some change. Thanks to Raja for the inspiration. It took me a day and half to experiment with the xml code. It was really tiresome. Being a software professional, to be frank this was the first time I was experimenting with codes and am glad that I did a good job. Just a new flavor to my blog. Hope you guys like it. Its Evidens white template and I liked it the moment I saw it. I wanted the template to be professional looking and am glad I changed it to Evidens White. So here's the new look. :)

Dispatches... A must watch video for every Indian.

A must watch video for every Indian..

Dispatches - Terror in Mumbai - 26/11 - Truth Behind Mumbai Terrorist Attacks

The untold story of 2008's terrorist attack, in the words of its victims and the gunmen. The programme contains graphic images and descriptions of the atrocity which may upset some viewers. Produced and directed by award-winning filmmaker Dan Reed, Terror in Mumbai tells the story of what happened when 10 gunmen held one of the world's busiest cities hostage; killing and wounding hundreds of people while holding India's crack security forces at bay.

Featuring footage of the attacks and interviews with senior police officers and hostages, including the testimony from Kasab - the sole surviving gunman, Dispatches reveals what happened, hour by hour, from the perspective of the security forces, the terrorists, their masterminds and the victims.

The shock of one's life..

I logged into orkut after nearly three days and got the shock of my life. Guess what? I got ten new friend requests. All from guys and that's what pissed me off. Damn it. I knew none of them personally but still they have added me as a friend. Or is it just a sign that am becoming far-famed? Lolz. Blessed is he who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed.

Face to face with Baba

Thanks to Gilmananda...

Name - Fahad Mohammed Y
Location - Madras, India.
Friends(Boys) Call as - Baba, faddie
Friends(Girls) call as - hmm... hmmm.... they don't call.... i mean ... they don't call with a specific name.. Suraj, fah, fliku, feddy are some examples..

Height - Tall - Taller than you by 14 inches to be precise.
Weight - Heavy - Heavier than you by 13 Kgs to be precise.
Face - Perfect Circle. Perfect. ( x^2 + y^2 = 25 )
Eyes - Black. Two in number.
Nose - Straight. Long.
Mush/Beard - Depends on the mood. (of the barber)
Complexion - Wheatish. (Chappathi like - but without kurma.)
Sexual Orientation - Refer to the answer to Nose. (Please Consider only the first part of it)
Relationship Status- Vomited.

Dressing - Jeans, T-Shirt (with collar only)
Washing - Dhobi !
Bathing - May be !!
Sleeping - Hobby !!!

Girl Friends - currently two.
Girl Friends - actually One.
Girl Friends - Ok. Accepted. Zero.
Girls talked with - Havent' Counted before
Girls talked with - Havent' Calculated before.
Girls talked with - Ok. Accepted. Haven' talked before.

Occupation - Engineering.
What do you Engineer? - Pass. next question.
Department - Production Engineering.
Languages Known - Tamil, Japanese, No C or C++
What about English? - Isn't that implied given I have been answering in it so far.
Favourite Subject - Mathematics. (kanakku)
Favourite Sport - Cricket.
Favourite book - Hmmm.. How to learn Hindi in 30 days.. Don't think that am learning hindi to fish any hindi speaking thothas.

Ambition in life - To complete writing my novel before 2010.
Genre of the novel - Romance
Inspired by - Real life incidents.
Inspired by - ok.Pure Imagination.

Idea of a perfect first date - Dollar at hash percentage and exclamation at star percentage
What? - $@#%&!@*%
Learnings from past
relationship - actually speaking, the probabilty that given the facts that...
Ok.Stop. - Done.

Life is funny. Ain't it? For those who don't understand, let me explain you with an example. About a month back I was asked to take up a project at Bangalore. I was at Chennai when I got this offer. I didn't wanna come to Bangalore due to some personal reasons but I had no choice. So I came here on 7th June 2009 leaving back a lot of memories at Chennai. I joined work the next day and life was getting better. It's been a month and half since then and a lot (really lots) of things had happened in my life. Now I have been asked to go back to Chennai, which I am not willing though but again have got no choice. I badly want to be here for some reasons but nothing was left in my hands now. The few things are worth a mention which I have written in this post.

5. Rajku's Pulsar. The biggest problem in Bangalore is commuting between places and man the public transport here is so pathetic. I suffered a lot during the first week but I was lucky to get Rajku's bike the next week. It was so helpful to me that I hardly remembered my baby(Honda Stunner) which was left unattended at my home. Rajku's bike was indeed special, the reason only a few of my friends know. Thank you Raj. I must also thank Karthikeyan aka Tapsu for roaming with me (to get the bike) during my first weekend in Bangalore.

4. Arun (My roomie). I am always fortunate in two things in life. First thing being friends and the other is roommates. I have had the best roomies anyone will ever get, be it at college (Karthik Sankar aka Oomai), at Chennai (Nivash, Faisal and Imran) and now at Bangalore it was Arun. It was a tough task for him to have me as his roommate since I am Mr. Untidy and Arun is exactly opposite. One funny example. I had to get up early everyday and rush to office in a hurry. I neither fold the bed sheets nor arrange the bedspreads and I leave my clothes scattered all over the room and go. The room will be a complete mess when I go to office and when I come back home I see them properly arranged and everything will be in place. Where in this entire world will you get a roommate like Arun. That's him. Now you know how hard it would've been for him to manage someone like me as his roommate. I have known this guy for 13 years and he is still the same. He is one of the best friends I have in my life.

3. My team. The first day at office was ho-hum. So the first impression of my team was not so fascinating. Most of them were Gulutes which made me so furious. But when days passed by, they got so close and I loved being a part of the team. The jaunt we guys went will remain as a beautiful memory forever. I was not so fortunate to be with them for some more time. I got released from my project and had to pack my luggages back to Chennai. My boss called me after reading my previous post. Holle.. Holle.. Nagerholle.

"I am really sorry Fahad. It's so unfortunate to release you suddenly. I read your blog and remembered you. So called you up to say thanks. You're a nice guy Fahad."
"Oh come on Prabin. I know I am a nice guy. Tell me something else. Tell me that you will take me back in your team" I thought of telling him that but instead just thanked him and hung the phone.

I had a brief chat with Usha the day I was released from my project.

"Hi Fahad. Sorry about your release. We'll miss you. I missed you a lot today."
"Hey Usha. Stop kidding me. You really missed me?"
"Yes Fahad. While coming back home, I missed you so much.:P"
"Hey half ticket. Now I know why you missed me. It's coz I was not there to drop you at home in my bike. Right?"
"Yes. You're a genius."

I never thought I would be working with a team like them and not in my wildest dreams I thought I would be sent back so soon. I had worked in my previous project for 18 months and now I am having the same feeling, the feeling when I quit my previous team, these guys made me feel the same way in just a span of two months. Thank you for the wonderful time. I will miss you guys.

2. Aravindh aka Blacky. As I mentioned earlier I am always fortunate in two things. Wherever I go, I get the best friends. No matter which part of the world it be. I was lucky to have him here and he was there for me all these 45 days. I must thank Raja for bringing him into my life. If not, I would have suffered a lot since I was lonely here. My relationship with this guy can't be narrated in words. It's divine than the true spirit of love. Tamilla sollanumna enga natpu kaathalai vida punitha maanathu. (Guys please please don't think that he is my boy friend and FYI I am staight :P. I am mentioning it clearly here coz of late I watched two hindi movies and both the movies had gay characters. Damn India and its gay rights). If there is one guy (other than me) who wishes me to stay back in Bangalore, it has got to be this guy Blacky. He knows everything about me and even though he is not so experienced in life, he was a good instructor. Machi don't worry. I have a great respect for this place. One reason being you and other reason you know. I will surely be back and we will have a rocking time once more.

1. During my brief stay in Bangalore, I guess it was 7th July, by far that was the worst and best day of my life. I was completely lost. People get completely lonely, when they lose themselves. I wasn't myself. I was getting lost in my own darkness. I didn't feel the happiness nor sadness. Blacky told me that until I find myself, I will never recover and nothing will happen before that. Losing me was easy but finding myself was really harder. The pain I went through couldn't be explained in words. Then I saw a girl. I have seen her many times before but this time it was different. I found myself in her smile. Her smile was a solace to me. She seemed like the most beautiful girl on this planet with the most infectious and captivating smile. She has got something. Something that can make a sad guy forget his worries in a jiffy and make him happy the next second. That moment. I still remember, my world went upside down. Just a couple of minutes back I was in so much pain and after seeing her everything just vanished like a flash. That was the day I started admiring her. I don't know her personally and we hardly talked with each other. I have seen many beautiful girls but she was special. Special in her own ways. I liked her so much that I went home, showed my mom her picture and said "find a match like this girl if you want your son to be happy forever". My mom just smiled and she knew what I meant. Some six months back I didn't believe in Almighty but Miyu proved it wrong. Till the moment I saw this girl, I didn't believe in destiny and now I was wrong again. We were destined to meet. I was made to come here for a reason. The reason being her and Blacky. I have come out of my worries completely now and they seem like a dust to me. Thanks to you Girl. The world is small. We'll meet again. Amen ;)

Update:- Before leaving Bangalore, I sent her a message thanking her for her role as one time succorer in my life and straightaway came the reply. "Hey fahad..." I didn't read the entire message. The first part alone made me float on air. A million thanks to you girl. Have a mast mast life.

Holle... Holle.. Nagarholle

My sincere thanks to
Ami, Hemendra, Prabin, Rajan, Ramesh, Ritish, Shobha and Usha (Half ticket)

My special thanks to

The hour hand and the minute hand in my watch were separated by 120 degrees when my mobile signaled me its time to get off the bed. This was the first time at Bangalore I ceased to sleep at 4am, the reason being the jaunt my office mates planned to Nagerhole. I saw my face in the mirror and was like a sleepy-eyed child with drooping eye-lids. I went to the loo and saw something terrible and shuddery. "Baaahhh!!!" I squawked and came running back to my bed just like the little zoozoo after seeing his dad's adonism in Vodafone ad. Arun, my roomie roused from sleep coz of my loud cry. He asked me what happened. "Machi, Cockroach da!" I answered politely. "$@#%&!@*% (Dollar at hash percentage and exclamation at star percentage)" was the reply from him and went back to sleep. I somehow managed to take a hot shower and Mr. Cockroach was still there doing his surveillance on me. I got three wake up calls from my mates and was ready by 5am. Arun got up and came to drop me at kundanahalli gate. Sun was yet to be seen when I reached my pick up point.

The tempo traveller halted its motion in front of me and Ritish (Our photographer) manifested from its exit to take a cool snap of me. We were made to wait for about 10 mins since Prabin was late. Everyone looked perked up after the early morning shower and we had a small chat. "Thala, enna ivlo periya bag? Enga kooda thaane vareenga. Illa apdiye oru vaaram trip adikka poreengala?" I asked Rajan. "No tamil. You will be banned" interrupted Ami with her gratifying voice. Thats her usual dialogue whenever Rajan and I talk in tamil in front of her. Usha with her outfit looked as if she was ready to go skiing. Shobha as usual was very energytic. Satya (Our co-ordinator) was busy on phone trying to make sure the SLA's were met for the trip. Prabin arrived with a big smile on his face. We then started and picked up Ramesh from his place and moved to Hemendra's Apartment. When I entered his house I was like WOW. I have never seen such a tidy and a perfect house in my life and all the credit goes to his wife (Courtesy: Hemendra).

It was fun right from the word go. In conformity with all trips we played dumb charades . We halted at Kamat to have our breakfast 1. Satya had planned for two breakfasts and this was our first. So the ten of us, oops. Sorry. Nine and half of us headed to Nagerhole after the breakfast. I don't know why I liked pulling Usha's legs and she often does the same to me as well. Half ticket - I reckon that will be her name henceforth in our team. Lol. We played till we got tired. The vehicle stalled in the way and we got down to admire the weather and the near by elephant training centre. Only then I came to know that Ramesh had a keen interest in Photography. I can empathize with him since I am a amateur photographer myself. On the way we saw many herds of deers. It was already noon when we reached our destination. About the place in a gist - Well protected forest area with qualites that can delight your senses. The drizzles made it more romantic and I just loved being there. Sathya and co went for a small trek and we started playing cricket splitting into two teams and it was so damn funny.

After heavy lunch, we headed to Irpu waterfalls. This was where we relished ourselves. We feasted our eyes on the Waterfalls but hard luck we couldn't get into to it due to the heavy cascade of falling water. We still got drenched in the mistlike drops from the falls. Rajan, Ritish and I donated our blood to three living beings, the three leeches. Ritish and I were fortunate to have them suck our blood in legs whilst Rajan gave away his blood from his thighs. Until this point I thought I was the most timid guy on earth but Satya proved it wrong. Seldom you see a married guy like him getting afraid of the leeches (or be it anyother insects for tat matter) and man o man he was so afraid that he kept examining his legs every two mins. We got back to the homestay and started playing cards till midnight. We were given a visual treat from Ramesh who made us watch the first five minutes of the most disgusting movie 'The Wrong Turn' and Satya almost puked. It was almost 2am when we all crashed.

We had to getup early the next morning for a long long walk. We came back and had the most palatable breakfast. We played till noon and left the place after lunch. It was fun, fun and only fun all the way. I just thought of staying there for another couple of days but fun is always limited right? While getting back, everyone had a short nap except me as I was listening to songs, mostly romantic numbers and for the first time during the trip I was in solitude. We then went to a bird sanctuary which was not so fascinating but was good. Prabin's 'Phenk do', Ramesh's 'Sikkander ka mukkandar' and Rajan's 'Abdullah deewane' makes me snigger if I think of them even now. We reached Bangalore at 9pm, had our dinner at pizza hut. It was a memorable trip to everyone of us. Especially me, who is new to the team and I badly wanted to amalgamate with my team mates. I was in all smiles when I got down from the vehicle since having lived in the ivory tower of seclusion for the past six months, I had the best comeback ever to my normal life. Thank you guys for the wonderful trip. I never actually wanted to come to Bangalore leaving Chennai since I thought I could never get into a team like my previous project but I was wrong. All I can say is that I had a marvellous time with you people and you guys simply rock. Just a bit unlucky but yea everything happens for a reason. Have a mast mast life. Amen. :)

Lucky lucky star Vamanan Lyrics

Well again I am back to lyrics but this time unlike the previous song this one is a typical Yuvan fashion - heavy beats, nasal voices and repetitive notes. When I listened to this for the first time I thought it was written in some other language but lately did I realise that it was indeed tamil. With rap interludes forming part of the song, you suddenly realise how essential the accompanying lyric booklet is as that is the only way you're ever going to understand the words. I searched for the lyric online but couldn't find one. So I sat to jot down the lyrics myself which I assume is 99% correct. Enjoy the lyrics. I feel this song is completely narcistic.. And I couldn't comprehend the final rap thing. Sorry if you find that wrong.

Film:- Vamanan
Music:- Yuvan Shankar Raja
Singers:- Blaaze, Suvi and Mohd Aslam

Ah ah ah ah..
Ah ah ah ah..
Ha haaa..
Yeah yeah yeah yeah..
Huh huh huh huh..

Ini engum eppothum.. Ivan ettu pookkaalam..
Vaa endru koopiduthe... Valamaana ethir kaalam..
Ithayangalai pidithu vittaan.. Ivan dhisai inimel sukra dhisai..
Ilaingnargalai kavarnthuvittaan.. Ivan pesum vaarthaiyum iniya isai..
Ada lucky lucky lucky lucky staru kodi katti parakka poraane..
Ivan pogum thooram very very far uh vaanathai valaikka poraane..

Box office vasool kooduthe.. Hair styleum style aaguthe..
Ilam pengal ithayam ivan uruvam tattoovaai maaruthe..
Coffee shop pogavum kooda private jet thaan kilambuthe..
Six pack bodya paatha sixteen ellam polambuthe.. hey hey..
Ada lucky lucky lucky lucky staru kodi katti parakka poraane..
Ivan pogum thooram very very far uh vaanathai valaikka poraane..

Kooduthe.. Aanathe..
Kooduthe.. Aanathe..

Makkal vaasi koottam kooduthe.. BBC um pugal paaduthe..
Ivan thodum tissue paper kooda pala latcham kodi yelam poguthe..
London wax museum um kooda ivan silai seyya theduthe..
Adada antha hollywood kooda call sheet kettu thorathuthe..
Ada lucky lucky lucky lucky staru kodi katti parakka poraane..
Ivan pogum thooram very very far uh vaanathai valaikka poraane..
Ithayangalai pidithu vittaan.. Ivan dhisai inimel sukra dhisai..
Ilaingnargalai kavarnthuvittaan.. Ivan pesum vaarthaiyum iniya isai..

Ada lucky lucky move ana move ana base now let the (dash) make your move around..
Ada let me let me let me show my brain now, if you wanna sing now move around..

Preaching to the converted..

This world is full of surprises.. Ain't it? One such surprise to me was this reply to my posts “Welcome to Chennai Airport” and “Good bye Chennai” by my bestest friend Karthik Vasudevan a.k.a KV. Just have a look at this link.


I should have posted this long back but I don't know what stopped me. You rock machi. You are a top bloke mate. Cheers. :)

Kanavugal Meipadum..

Disclaimer: I do not take any responsibility if you go huffy after reading this post. This post has no logic whatsoever, its the most senseless post I have ever written but I hope you like reading it.

"I am already late da. The bus will leave sharply at 7 pm and its already 5.45 da. Ride the bike fast dammit"I yelled at A.S.Karthikeyan with a precipitated voice.
"Dei just relax. We are almost there da. Did you take your passport and visa?" answered ASK.
"Yep. I checked that more than a million times"
After 10 minutes, we reached CMBT, Chennai Mofussil Bus Terminus. "The check-in time is 6pm. Just hurry up" ASK told me.
"Okay machan. Thanks for the drive. See you in a week. I will miss you. Tata". I replied in a hasty tone and vanished in the crowds.

The security check and the immigration got over in about 40 minutes and I was in my seat 15 mins prior to the departure. I was sitting next to an old lady and we both exchanged smiles. "I am the most happiest person in the world" I told myself. I am all set to go to sydney now and gonna meet Mehru tom morning. What else can I ask for? Having not met her for a year and half I was so enthusiastic to see her. I just closed my eyes and remembered the last time we both met eye to eye. December 8th 2007. The first time I saw my angel after proposing my love to her. I smiled when those moments flashed in my 70mm mindscreen. The long talks we had in the terrace watching the stars leaning on my shoulders, the coffee kisses and many more. 18 months have passed since then and now I am gonna see her again. Only one person in this whole universe knew how much I suffered to get the visa and that's me. I went to almost every travel agency in chennai, roamed from morning to evening for one full week and got what I asked for at the final moment. When I opened my eyes, the bus conductor was glaring at me.

"Boss neenga oruthar thaan innum ticket edukkala"
"Oops sorry thalaiva. Asanthu thoongitaen. Sydney ku oru ticket kodunga. How much?"
"18,495. Sillaraya kodunga boss"
"Oh inthaanga"
"Bus kilamba poguthu. Ellarum seat belt pottukonga" the conductor uttered in a loud voice.
"Conductor, bus ethana manikku sydney poye serum?" A guy sitting in front of me questioned the conductor.
"10 am" replied him.
"Naan kekkarathukulla oru punniyavaan kettutaan. Thoonguda fahad. Kalaila seekiram elunthirikkanum" That was me talking to me. :P

I switched on my new silver ipod nano and shruthi's voice tasted like sugar. The song was 'Unnai kandane muthal murai ennai tholaithene mutrilumaai...' And when I got up it was around 8am the next morning and the bus halted for breakfast in Westminster abbey. You might wonder why on earth the bus went to a place in London while it was supposed to head to sydney. Even I had the same feeling since I didn't know what was happening around me. I dont usually take breakies so I went down to have a cigarette. The bus started again and I got the window seat since the old lady got down at Westminster abbey. When the bus was leaving the bus stand, I saw a girl through the window and she resembled Mehru in every single way. Same beautiful brown eyes, same appealing face that has all the qualities that delight the senses of every single guy, same short but excellent hair as that of Jo's in New york nagaram song. "No. No it can't be her. She will be waiting for me in sydney bus stand. How come she is here? No way. Fahad something is wrong with you" I told myself. I just turned back to confirm if its her and YES. It was my mehru. She was searching for the bus am coming in. "Goddamn. Driver stop the bus. Please hold on" I cried for the bus driver to stop the bus but he never listened. I went to the conductor. "Please stop the bus. I need to get down at this place. Please." I begged him. He replied in a very polite tone. "Cool it young man. You cannot get down here since your destination is only sydney. We will have to answer the immigration authorities if they ask the whereabouts of you. So please take your seat. You will be allowed to get down only at Sydney Mofussil Bus Stand". "F&^k the authorities" I got irritated by his reply. I called mehru on her phone.

"Baby, where are you?" I asked her.
"I am waiting for your bus in westminster abbey bus stand" She answered.
"Holy shit. I just saw you. The bus had moved out of the bus stand and its heading to sydney. Okay. I will get down at sydney and will catch an auto and come here. You just wait for me. okay"
"No problem at all. I had waited for 18 months to see you. Just 4 hours wont harm me. I love you" She replied
"I love you too baby. Sorry. Will see you soon" I dropped the call.

Pannada, porambokku, %^%&%&*#^##$%#%$^#%$6 Its me scolding the bus driver and the conductor. The bus finally reached sydney. "Sydney Mofussil Bus stand ellam erangu. Ithoda vandi guindy stoppingla thaan nikkum" the conductor announced. And then I thought, "Oh Chennaila guindy irukka mathiri sydneylayum oru guindy irukku pola". To my surprise Karthik Vasudevan was waiting to receive me at sydney bus stand.

"Dai Iyeru, nee ennada panra inga?" I asked him.
"Nee thaane da sydney poraennu sonnaen. Athaan unna receive pannalaamnu vanthaen" Its karthik.
"Dai goiyala. You were in manchester right? Eppadi manchester la irunthu sydney vantha?" Its me.
"Share auto la mama. Just one and half hours thaan da travel". That was karthik.
"Seri seekiram kilambu machi. I got to go back to london. Mehru anga enakaaga wait pannittu irukka. Please its urgent"
"Seri vaa nair kadaila oru tea adichittu pogalaam. Sydneyla ithu thaan famous tea kadai machi" Iyer told me.
"Machi enakku tea vendaam. Strong ah oru coffee sollu" I told Iyer.
"I thought you always liked tea. Ippo enna thideernu coffee" Its Iyer.
"Athellam periya kathai machi. Atha unakku aproma explain panraen" I blushed thinking about the coffee kisses ;).

Ada kadavule. Enna suthi enna nadakkuthu. Oru pakkam australiala irukka vendiyava UKla irukka. Innoru pakkam UKla irukkavendiyavan australiala irukaan. Oru elavum puriyalaye. I thought while having coffee aana en manasu poora mehru thaan iruntha. Avala ithana naal kalichi paaka poroomra santhoshathula I got into the auto. Ennidam naan illai. After two hours we were there in Westminster abbey bus stand. I saw my angel waiting for me. I called her mobile, she picked up and answered. I watched her closely, too closely like noone in the entire world would have watched his love closer than I did. Avaloda ovuru asaivayum, avaloda uthattoda asaivu, aval mudiyai sari seyyum azhagu, avaloda chinna chinna asaivugal. 18 maasam eppadi itha ellathayum naan paakkama uyiroda irunthaennu enakku theriyala. She sighted me and came running towards me, just like meera jasmin comes running to see bharath in the movie nepali. Avala odi poye katti pidikka ponaen, someone patted my back.

"DAI MAMA. VARIYA EN KOODA?" I turned back and it was ASK. I got up from bed. I was in F-8, Ground floor, Parson complex, Saidapet, Chennai - 15. It took a moment for me to realise that what I just saw, Mehru, UK and Australia were just a dream.
"Illada. You carry on. Have a good time with your gal. Vandiya paathu otittu po. Shakthiya kettatha sollu" I replied.

It never felt like a dream to me. I got back to sleep and all I did was a million dollar smileeeeeeeeeeee and said I love you mehru. :)

Author's Note:
Please intha mathiri oru mokkayaana post ah ungala padikka vachathukku ennai mannikkavum. Velai illa. Athaan ippadi ellaam. Sorry for wasting your precious time for reading a mokkai blog like this. I truly apologize. It was just a dream and I felt it real and funny. Atleast this dream meant something to me. Athukunnu naan psycho aayitaennu ellam ninachidatheenga. Antha alavu innum pogala. Thanks for reading. Cheers. :)