Conversation between an Indian man and a British woman

My father often told me: “The son never sits in the British Empire.” As a result I forced myself to be active – getting up at 5 am and going to bed at 10 pm – and achieving a lot of things as I grew into a full-blown-up man. My father is no more, but I still don’t sit.

My world came down crashing when yesterday I realized that my father had been saying the line wrong. It is actually: “The sun never sets in the British Empire.”

Naming our son was stressful but we still managed to find him a name

[mnky_ads id=”5202″] Sometime back we named our son, Ritwik. In fact the same day we even booked RitwikRajan.com. Apparently, in US & Europe you have to decide on a name for your kid within two days of their birth. That is it – 2 days. Meanwhile, here in India, twenty five days after Rekha and […]

Father walked whole month for son who wouldn’t walk 50 meters

My parents hated going out to eat. In fact even when we were traveling and stranded outdoors at odd times, we would still stretch ourselves, reach home, cook food and then eat.

While I hated my parents for this….there was a lesson in it for me. Which, unfortunately I learnt 16 years late.

Funniest letter ever written by mother to her son

I promise, I didn’t write this. No, seriously. What you are going to read is the funniest letter ever written by a mother to her son. This letter was written by a Sardani mother to her son in Canada. Where else! Let me assure you that we can’t stereotype sardars. Some of them are intelligent. […]