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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Karma, eh?

They say that a man’s ‘karma’ eventually catches up with him. It looks like mine just did.

 

After having ranted about Gandhi, Lord Rama, and Lord Krishna’s ahem… not so respectable activities, what happens next? We get an assignment – a 1000 words essay on Gandhi.

 

What’s worse is that another assignment on Lord Rama is expected to follow, sometime soon.

 

Hence, I think I shall reserve my comments on Krishna for the time being, lest he appears in some exam or test or maybe another assignment…

16 comments:

Nikita said...

hehe...we had an entire paper on gandhi in 1st yr of college. DU bhi na. m glad XL makes ppl suffer too :P

Choco said...

Lolzzz...Karm kar bachha..phal ki aasha na kar...
I know that didn't make much sense but psst... you now what? I think God is vindictive...I didn't pray to him/her for the longest time just because I didn't want to attract his/her attention! heheh....:D

Roshmi Sinha said...

Lord Ram and Lord Krishna are the two most fascinating characters... one can ever find.

Lord Krishna is far more fascinating than Lord Ram, though.

Writing about them should be exciting! Especially if you tread off the beaten path...

Gandhi is another story, though.

Corinne Rodrigues said...

I must be careful even to comment...but good luck with your 'Experiments with the truth' :)

Kaddu said...

The one on Krishna shud be fun. Hope u get to do it. Totally sympathize with u abt the other 2 though.

Hope said...

hahaha! Some sort of nemesis!? :D
But, this truly is funny. Have a good time writing 'good' things about your 'hated' characters! :)

Sid 'Ravan' Kabe said...

heh heh heh....1000 words on Gandhi...give them a day-to-day commentary on Dandi-march, it will surfice...;)

Saurabh said...

LOL, What a combo- Insanity and Retribution !!!

Best of Luck, with the assignments, anyway ;)

Sumit said...

@Nikita... I shall assume that the mean comment directed at XLers is not meant for me, but for a certain junior I know. :D

@Choco... jee maaate... aapke vichaaron ka shravan karke man shaant ho gaya...

@Roshmi... let me see what I can write about. I'm happy because the prof gave us the leeway to focus on the negatives/positives, as we deem fit.

@Corinne... thanks and good to see you back. :)

@Kaddu... let's see, which is fun and which isn't... :D

@Swati... thanks!

@Sid... lol! Brilliant idea... I'll just give two pages of left-right-left and end it with some dialogue like "Ok guys, we're there." :P

@Saurabh... lol! Thanks :D

Sid 'Ravan' Kabe said...

@Sumit...brilliant idea...

Actually read somewhere about your tag bug comment...so couldn't resist..

http://sidoscope.blogspot.com/2009/07/tags-again.html

:P :D

Rane (The Orchid with All Shades Pink) said...

hhahaahahah now that was sad.. I guess the Lords are watching.. chill Sumit...it's just a co-incidence.. feel free to make full use of your freedom of speech..

Megha said...

So you gotto write about the Ideal men of Indian history/mythology :)

why not post here too?

Somya said...

classic Sumit!

numerounity said...

Hmmm may be they want you to link your management lessons with these names right. I suggest they should ive more names till you guys get it all right and all confused and all “ fine“

- Sugar Cube - said...

Lol =)

Thats the irony.The things you joke about the most or that you do not like ..just stick to you.

I liked how you related it your 'Karma'

:D

floreta said...

woow, that can't just be coincidence :D