Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Our Childhood Memories.. A Flashback!!

I was away for a long time, many good changes in life kept me busy which will occupy this space after some time. Yesterday while looking at Siddharth being too busy with the computer game and with Enid Blyton book in the night, It reminds me of my childhood, without mobile phones, without seat belts, without air bags, and without internet, how beautiful it was. When siting on the back of the truck was a treat, when believing that sight of the black and white ambassador will get us the salt or sweet treat. When it was fun to say Fauzi uncle TATA looking at the truck of army. 

Kuch aisa tha hamara Bachpan.. Are you missing those days sometimes i do..

Doordarshan Logo
Doordarshan Screen Saver
Tanna nana nana na.....

Bharat Ek Khoj
Mile sur mera tumhara...

Phool Khile hain gulshan gulshan...

Alif Laila
Byomkesh Bakshi
Moghuli and Baghira
I am a Complan Boy (Shahid Kapur) and I am a complan girl(Ayeshaa Takia)
The most Beautiful and Graceful Women... Salma Jee
I always wonder how did we survived in our times without phone and internet. A time when i broke my arm by falling from a cycle, and the whole recovering process was a fun and became an inspiration for me today to remember how tough and strong i was. When most of the time was passed reading champak, nanadan and series of Chacha Chaudhry and Pinky. 

The one thing is common between me and my son, still when it rains we make boats and go in rain. The only difference is i always sing the below few lines.... 

  यह दौल्त भी ले लो यह शौहरत भी ले लो
मगर मुझको लोटा दो मेरे बचपन का सावन
वो काग़ज़ कश्ती वो बारिश का पानी.....


Zeba said...

I was too young then. :-) And why haven't you been updating? Your little one keeping you busy I suppose. And that's a lovely header picture. Very cute. Venice?

Swatantra said...

Hi Zeba:) Yes i am being very busy with Siddharth now a days. Will update the blog today itself. This picture is in Las vegas outside hotel The Vanetian. Thanks for visiting my space.

Kalyan said...

Nice re-visiting the nostalgic days.