15/08/09

freedom...

..is not having to listen to 'ai mere watan ke logon' or 'amma tujhe salaam'.

9 comments:

Abi said...

Well said, Kuffir! I'm with you.

Kiran said...

he he...are news channels and media there still blasting peoples ears with those hindi/urdu songs ?

kuffir said...

thanks, abi.

kiran,

it's not just the songs, kiran, i am getting a little sick of all the falsity and hollowness of these celebrations..

அகிலன்(Akilan) said...

>>it's not just the songs, kiran, i am getting a little sick of all the falsity and hollowness of these celebrations..

That goes for all celebrations including mothers' day, valentines day etc etc... Its materialistic world, out there.

Yayaver said...

to each his own...

kuffir said...

akilan,

yes, sadly, it is.

yayaver,

exactly :)

Cosmic Voices said...

I wish everyone could celebrate it everyday.

btw, is that "Maa" or "Amma"? ;-)

kuffir said...

cv,

welcome back:) he uses both expressions, as far as i can tell.

Ayya said...

All political ceremonies are the same. Hollow and empty rituals. But some impressionable people get moved by the emotional content.
The same applies to other political holy days including ambedkar jayanthi, buddhist conversion and so on. Even social activists talking about justice and all their silly poems on that. Just empty and shallow.

 
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