A Gujrati, a Madrasi and a Sardar were doing construction work on scaffolding on the 20th floor of a building.
They were having lunch and the Gujju opened his lunch box & said, “Dhokla! If I get dhokla one more time for lunch, I’m going to jump off this building.”
The Madrasi opened his lunch box and exclaimed, “Idli Sambhar again! If I get idli sambhar one more time I’m going to jump off too.”
The Sardaar opened his lunch and said, “Paratha again! If I get a paratha one more time, I’m jumping too.”
The next day, the Gujju opened his lunch box, saw dhokla, and jumped to his death.
The Madrasi opened his lunch, saw idli sambhar, and jumped, too.
The Sardaar opened his lunch, saw the paratha and jumped to his death as well.
At the funeral, Gujju’s wife was weeping.. She said, “If I’d known how really tired he was of dhokla, I never would have given it to him again!”
The Madrasi’s wife also wept and said, “I could have given him dossa! I didn’t realize he hated idli sambhar so much.”
Everyone turned and stared at the Sardaar’s wife.
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Long ago, in China there lived a big businessman whose business was to sell combs. Now that he was becoming old and about to retire, he wanted to place the business into wise and able hands.
So, he called forth his three sons and instructed them, that their assignment was to sell combs in the Buddhist monastery. The sons were shocked and confused because the monks in the monastery were bald and they never grew any hair. Anyhow, the three sons went about the job that was assigned to them.
After two days, the first son reported he had sold two combs. When the father asked how, he replied, that he instructed the monks that the comb would be a valuable tool for scratching their backs in case of itching.
The second son appeared later and told that he had sold ten combs by advising the monks that the combs would help their visitors and pilgrims to comb their hair before entering the monastery, as their hair might have ruffled during the journey to monastery.
Then the third son came out with a surprising sales figure of a thousand combs. The father filled with happiness and anxiety, asked him how he had achieved such a feat.
The third son replied, that he gave the monks an idea.The idea was, that if some of the teachings of Buddha were to be printed/embossed on the comb and given as a take away gift to the visitors and pilgrims; they will remember the teachings of Buddha on a daily basis while combing their hair.
This creative idea struck the deal.
The simple story above goes to show that, “ Where there is a WILL, there is always a way”
Its ur ATTITUDE….
A small story which beautifully illustrates that what you sow, you reap..
Once upon a time there was a small time business man from a small village who used to sell butter in the nearby town. A big shop owner in the town was his regular customer.
The villager used to deliver every month the shop owner the required butter in 1 Kg. Blocks and in turn he used to get grocery items like sugar, pulses etc from the big shop owner.
Once the shop owner decided to weigh the butter and to his surprise every block of butter weighed 900 gms. instead of 1kg.
Next month when the villager came to supply Butter, the shop owner was very angry at him and told to leave the shop, to this the villager replied him courteously ” Sir, I am a very poor villager, I don’t have enough money to even buy the required weights for weighing the butter, I usually put the 1Kg sugar you give me on one side of Weighing scale and weigh butter on another side”
This simple story very beautifully illustrates that what we give to others comes back to us..
Though Mulund is also known for various restaurants and food joints and even road side food stalls. as the people staying in Mulund are Food lovers, as major crowd here is from Middle and Upper Middle class Jain, Gujarati, Kutchi and Marwadi Families.
Though Mulund East is not having many food options as compared to Mulund West, but among the very few decent available options Bansuri – Fine Dine is definitely on the charts. It is very near to Mulund Railway Station East side and just before the famous Municipal Garden – “Chintamani Deshmukh Garden”.
Bansuri – Fine Dine Just went for renovation after it acquired the neighbor Shop and inceased its area. After around two months work now Bansuri – Fine Dine is reopened with Big Bang. The restaurant is also having party hall just above it, i.e. on the first floor called as Symphony – The Celebrations.
Here are the latest snippets that I took yesterday.
This picture is taken by me at Sahara Star – Near Domestic Airport – Mumbai – Vile Parle, during one event, The Showcase has all the brands of liquor but the bottles were all empty, holding many memories and that why the title…. “Collection – of Old Memories”