Thursday, June 18, 2009

Yahaan ke hum Sikander!!

The night of June 18, 2009, there was another night on june 18, 1998. More than 10 years has been passed, when a batch of 28 girls passed out from an institute which has now become a deemed university.

The girls and boys, but I am biased to write here only about the girls of Diploma 93. A batch of girls with their own conviction of life, with their own point of view of life. As we own a lot to each other in some or other way for shaping the good life we are living today. The batch teachers use to call them the most creative, the most naughtiest and the most energetic batch of students. Yes I don’t know , was there any batch like us after 1998. But yes I know the batch of diploma 93, has set the trends, made the history now in the college. As they use to say our names will be written in golden words.

Nahi samjhe hai jo humee to kya jataa hai, haari bazzi ko zitna humee atta hai, Yahaan ke hum sikander was the favourite songs, they use to sing when they were together.I dont remember who among them created this song. But everyone loved to song as it was the symbol of their love and unity they posseed.
All of them with different names, with different attitude towards life but balanced so well. They will do many things together, almost all the 28 girls, and the bonding they discovered on this night 10 year back. I remember till today.

I was showing the picture to one of my new friend in new life today, that it reminded me all of you. Now each one of them are leading a new life, giving birth to new life and shaping a new life.

I dedicate this post to you all!! Where ever you are whatever you are doing may you leave the marks in the same way as you did 10 year back.
Good luck to all of my friends of Diploma 93.

Geometry of Life!!

Siddharth has learned to add numbers, these are the first addition sum he has done. He loves doing math. I went to kitchen to cook food, Siddharth wanted to do maths. He came and sat on the shelf and started doing his math.
It reminds the same passion of me about math. I use to do math in the night with the Binaca songs on transistor. The songs were playing till four o’ clock in the morning and I will also do the math sums till that time. Specially in the class XI and XII. Maths was my favourite subject from class X. I still remember if any of my favorite song came, I use to leave my book , raise the volume and sing the song. Start math with another song…
I loved the darkness in the night and the voice of only a song and my pen on the paper solving math sums of Trigonometry, derivative, Integral and Statistics. My mind is getting lost in the sums of Statistic..
How did I found the concentration of doing maths in the below songs, and scored maximum in Maths, is a sum to be solved still… may be Siddharth can solve this also…

Pukarta chala hoon main, gali gali bahaar kee..
Bus ek sham zulaf kee….