Sunday, July 29, 2012
10. THE LAST SUNRISEtThere is this man who goes to his backyard in the middle of the night. He then fires a gun and because of his weird behavior, he never sees the sunrise ever again. Now, let me make it clear to you folk, that he did not kill himself. Sticking to that theory, can you explain why he couldn’t ever see the sunrise?
9. A MAN WALKS INTO A BARThere is this man who walks into a bar. He goes to the bartender and asks for a glass of water. Then, the bartender reaches under the bar and takes out a gun. He points the gun straight at the man. The man looks at him and says ‘thank you’. He leaves after thanking him. What in the world happened do you think?
8. BLIND MENA man goes to a mall and buys three pairs or red socks and three pairs of white socks. This another man with who already bought the three pairs of red and three pairs of white socks, came back to return those six pairs of socks. Both of these men were blind and as they were leaving, they bumped into each other and the socks were scattered all across the floor. The pairs remained intact though because of the rubber band. In three minutes, both the men had three pairs of red socks and three pairs of white. If nobody helped them, how did they manage do it?
7. THE LAST STANDGeneral Custer is the only cowboy left and he is surrounded by Indians. He finds a lamp, rubs it and a Genie comes out. He says he’ll grant him his wishes but whatever he wishes for, the Indians will get two of the same thing. He stands there thinking for a while and then rubs the lamp again. The genie asks him for his wish. What do you think must General Custer have asked for in order to escape from the Indians?
6. WHEELBARROW BATTLETwo men were working at a construction site and were pretty mad at each other. They confronted each other at lunch. The stronger one of the guys said, ‘I’ll bet you hundred dollars that anything you can wheel to that cone and back, I can wheel twice as far. Do we have a bet?’ The man looked around; he saw a pile of 400 bricks, a steel beam, ten other men and ten bags of concrete. He thought for a while and then said yes. The guy who bet 100 dollars, lost. How did that happen?
5. WHAT IS IT?The pope has it but he does not use it; your father has it but your mother uses it; nuns do not need it; Arnold Schwarzenegger has a big one; Michael J. Fox’s is quite small. What is this thing?
4. SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE BROKEN WINDOWSherlock was sitting by a fire on a cold snowy night. A snowball comes through his window and breaks it. He gets up, looks out and sees the neighborhood kids who were brothers run a corner. They were John, Mark and Paul Crimson. There was a note stuck to his door the very next day that said “Crimson. He broke your window.” Now, which one of these three Crimson brothers, Sherlock Holmes should question?
3. THE WISEST SONA father goes to his sons (three) and tells them he would die soon and that he needed to decide which son the property will go to. He gives them all a test. He asks his sons to go to the market and buy something that is large enough to fill his bedroom and small enough to fill their pocket. The object of the task was to decide on the wisest son. So they went to the market and came back home and each of them had a different item. The father asks them to come to his bedroom one by one and try to fill his bedroom. The first son brought in pieces of cloth but they could hardly cover any of the floor. The second son came in with some hay but it was only enough to cover half the floor. The third son won. He was the wisest and completed the task. What did the third son buy?
2. THE SERVANT’S WISHA servant lived with his master in West Lake village. After thirty years of service, he learned that his master was sick and would die. The master calls for the servant and asks of him to make just one wish and gave him a day to think about it. The servant discussed this with her mother who was blind. She asked him to wish for an eye. The servant discusses this with her wife and she asked him to wish for a son. The servant went to his father and he asked him to wish for a lot of money. He made one with the next day and fulfilled the wishes of his father, mother and wife. What did he wish for?
1. THE FIRING SQUADPirate Pete was sentenced to death by a Spanish General by his firing squad of fifty people. They had the reputation of being the worst firing squad in the Spanish military. The tradition was to allow one shot per man to save ammunition and they would end up missing those and would usually just maim the target who would eventually bleed to death. He begged for mercy at the thought of the painful death. “Very well, I have some compassion. You may choose where the men stand when they shoot you and I will add 50 extra men to the squad to ensure someone will at least hit you. Perhaps if they stand closer they will kill you quicker, if you’re lucky,” snickered the general. “Oh, and just so you don’t get any funny ideas, they can’t stand more than 20 feet away, they must be facing you, and you must remain tied to the post in the middle of the yard. And to show I’m not totally heartless, if you aren’t dead by sundown I’ll release you so you can die peacefully outside the compound. I must go now but will return tomorrow and see to it that you are buried in a nice spot, though with 100 men, I doubt there will be much left of you to bury.” He was set free because of where he made the 100 men stand. Now, where was it?
Saturday, July 7, 2012
Monday, July 2, 2012
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Sunday, July 1, 2012
With downright magnitude and superfluous philosophical depth, Mahabharata is a mega saga which comprises the essence of war, politics, religion, parenting, ethics and Dharma . This grand epic is all about the friction between two collateral branches of the Kuru clan to overpower the throne of Hastinapur. You’ll become tongue-tied after witnessing the vivid records of fundamental philosophers, mighty warriors, cryptical thinkers, sages and devoted wives of this heroic tale. We’re counting down top 10 characters of Mahabharata with cognition of Yato Dharma Tato Jayah (where there is righteousness, there shall be victory). May these characters inspire you!
10. Yudhisthira:Yudhisthira is a terribly troubled yet harmless-soul character of the worming epic Mahabharata. Also known as “Dharmaraj”, Yudhisthira has a great attachment with morality, truth, commitment and righteousness. His innocent and non-aggressive traits are indeed eye-catching, but it is a matter of fact that he can’t take even the slightest political decision by his own because he lacks the decision-making prowess and is tremendously addicted to the consultations offered by Krishna, Arjuna and Bhima. He gambled like a slack and cheerfully-irresponsible player, and lost his entire kingdom as well as Draupadi to the Kauravas; yet he enjoys our respectfulness.
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Sure enough, Shakuni is one of the most scorned personalities in Hindu mythology. Brother of Gandhari and a proficient king-maker, Shakuni is considered as the great-grandfather of all gamblers throughout the existence of planet earth. He is the person who poisoned the mind of his explosive nephew Duryodhan and fueled-up the destructive war of Mahabharata, thus becoming the cause of the destruction of the Kauravas.
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Dhritrashtra is one of the dominating characters of Mahabharta who has a very low self-esteem and believes that his blindness is a curse, making him unfit to rule. It’s depicted in Mahabharta that Dhritarashtra has a great envy against his brother Pandu and his paragon advices for the betterment of Kuru dynasty. It was Dhritrashtra’s emotional blindness and rapacious look towards the throne which made his son Duryodhana a hot-headed and egocentric human being.
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A blindfolded mother of a hundred sons, a puppet for her blind husband, and a lady who died every moment she lived; Gandhari is undisputably the wisest female character of the Mahabharata. Gandhari is a lady of immense natural power and always favors Dharma. One by one, she witnessed her hundred sons going down like skittles, but she never left the domain of righteousness and refused her own son to wish victory into the battlefield.
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The royal guru to Pandavas and Kauravas and a ferocious warrior of tremendous combating skills, Guru Dronacharya is a significant character of Mahabharata. Committed to protect the realm of Hastinapur, Guru Dronacharya supported the Kauravas and remained firm like an inexorable hero in the battle of Kurukshetra where casualties went beyond the human imagination and corpses got piled up, becoming the food for the birds.
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Duryodhana is a massively strong leader, a magnificent warrior and an epitome of friendship, but in Mahabharata, he stands at one side of a gulf which is seemingly unbridgeable between the parameters of good and evil. Indeed, Duryodhana belongs to the evil side of the gulf, holding the traits of greed and jealousy to a specific magnitude, but here one must remember that Duryodhana is known for his hospitality, bigheartedness and benevolence. And these traits are enough to mark him as a real ‘Kshatriya’. Moreover, he can’t be labelled with the “bad boy” term in the case when Draupadi was disrobed, because in the game of dice, Pandavas were also to blame.
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A gallant warrior and a skilled archer, best known for stringing numbers of arrows in a fraction of second and that with deadly accuracy, Arjun is a Pandava prince as well as the most adorable disciple of Guru Drona. Enlightened with the cognition of selfless action, the character of Arjun in Mahabharata teaches what you should do while confronting an abominable moral crisis. Diverting our minds from the sensual pleasures of the world, he instructs that rather than celebrating the good fortune or crying over the bad, you have to be always joyful as it is the very foundation for daily living.
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Apart from being the most lovable of all Gods in India, Lord Krishna can also be seen as the biggest political reformer from the Mahabharata who can easily beat even the modern-day diplomats man-to-man. No one can describe Lord Krishna in words; he excels in everything. But if one keeps his Godly image out and brings him at par to the level of any other human, Krishna remains the coolest and wittiest character ever. In the Mahabharata, Krishna goes around doing his deeds in a manner justifying his birth as an avatar and fulfilling the promises he made in upholding righteousness.
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Karna–the central character and one of the unsung heroes of the Mahabharata–is an invincible warrior despite of being an ill-fated prince ever since his birth. Throughout the epic he justified his never-say-die attitude and courageously confronted all the odds of his destiny. His character in Mahabharata has an everlasting fame because he teaches how can one present himself better than the destiny and accomplish everything with shatterproof determination.
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1. Bhishma Pitamah:
Sentinel of the prosperity of Hastinapur and a great combatant in classic sense, Bhishma Pitamah is the most potent character of the Mahabharata as well as the finest illustration of ethics and fairness. The oldest stalwart of the kingdom of Hastinapur; Bhishma Pitamah’s personal life was full of frustration and solitariness, but for others he was a disciplined spartan and an embodiment of loyalty and truth. Bhishma Pitamah’s peerless statesmanship and other impeccable characteristics still inspire his ardent followers across the world.
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