Sunday, May 07, 2006

Jaane kyon

Sing it in the tune of 'jaane kyon....' of 'DIL CHAHTA HAI'
Jaane Kyon Log Kaam Karte Hai
Jaane Kyon Woh Office Mein Marte Hai
Jaane Kyon Jaane Kyon
Jaane Kyon Jaane Kyon Jaane Kyon

Kaam main sochiye to bas gum hai
Kaam mein Jo zulam ho woh kam hai
Kaam par sar jhukana padta hai
Dukh hoke mushurana padta hai
Zehar kyon zindagi mein bharte hai
Jaane Kyon Log Kaam Karte Hai
Jaane Kyon Jaane Kyon
Jaane Kyon Jaane Kyon Jaane Kyon

Kaam bin jeene main rakha kya hai
Kaam jisko nahin woh tanha hai
Kaam sau ki note laata hai
Kaam hi pet bhar khilata hai
Log mar mar ke kaam karte hai
Jaane kyon khush rehte darte hai
Jaane Kyon Jaane Kyon
Jaane Kyon Jaane Kyon Jaane Kyon

Kaam ek badi musibat hai
Kaam har kisi ki zaroorat hai
Hoooo kaam pe yeh jhooth hai sachche
Arre kaam pe sab jhooth hai achche
Hooo aage kya khak loj badhte hai
Ek hi post par woh sadte hai
Jaane Kyooon...
Kaam toh aise hi sab karte hai
Jaane Kyon aap hi bigadte hai
Jaane Kyoooon Jane Kyon
Jaane Kyon Jaane Kyon Jane Kyon..


Monday, April 10, 2006


.. nah it ain't my birthday.. but someone special !

Tomorrow is the b'day of my dearest friend Daphne !

And i'm not able to celebrate it with her this year...because she left for US last year.

so, here is a song for you buddy :

happy birthday to you,

happy birthday to you,

happy birthday dear daphne,

happy birthday to you.

I've heard this song last week also..( on my b'day ) ....and I have been hearing it ever since i've known to recognise sounds.....everyone of us does...

so, for daphne and everyone else out there who knows this song, Here is a little about it...

"Happy Birthday to You" is a popular song which is sung to celebrate the anniversary of a person's birth. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, "Happy Birthday to You" is among the top three most popular songs in the English language,
along with "Auld Lang Syne" and "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow". The song has been translated into many languages, though it is often sung with the English lyrics in countries where English is not a primary language.

The story of how the song "Happy Birthday to You" came to be, began as a sweet one, that later soured. Two sisters, Mildred Hill, a teacher at the Louisville, Kentucky Experimental Kindergarten, and Dr. Patty Hill, the principal of the same school,
together wrote a song for the children, entitled "Good Morning to All." When Mildred combined her musical talents, as the resident expert on spiritual songs, and as the organist for her church, with her sister's expertise in the area of Kindergarten Education, "Good Morning to All" was sure to be a success.The sisters published the song in a collection entitled "Song Stories of the Kindergarten" in 1893. Thirty-one years later, after Dr. Patty Hill became the head of the Department of Kindergarten Education at Columbia University's Teacher College, a gentleman by the name of Robert H. Coleman published the song, without the sisters' permission. To add insult to injury, he added a second verse, the familiar "Happy Birthday to You."

Mr. Coleman's addition of the second verse popularized the song and, eventually, the sisters' original first verse disappeared. "Happy Birthday to You," the one and only birthday song, had altogether replaced the sisters' original title, "Good Morning to All." After Mildred died in 1916, Patty, together with a third sister named Jessica, sprang into action and took Mr. Coleman to court. In court, they proved that they, indeed, owned the melody. Because the family legally owns the song, it is entitled to royalties from it, whenever it is sung for commercial purposes.


A Christmas version of the song text is named "Merry Christmas to You".

During the SARS outbreak in Hong Kong in 2003, the government advised people to regularly wash their hands with soap for around 15 seconds. In order to make this practice more easily handled by kids, some primary school and kindergarten teachers
told their students to sing "Happy Birthday to You" slowly while they washed their hands, and to only stop washing after finishing the song

One of the most famous performances of "Happy Birthday to You" was Marilyn Monroe's rendition to U.S. President John F.Kennedy in May 1962.

The song was also sung by the crew of Apollo IX on March 8, 1969, perhaps qualifying as the first song sung in space.

Many restaurants such as Applebee's and Shoney's have corporate-developed songs that are used instead of "Happy Birthday to You" when serving patrons with the traditional cake on their birthday. These were specifically developed to prevent copyright infringement and having to pay royalties.

The BBC Cbeebies channel for preschool children also uses a song other than "Happy Birthday to You" to mark the birthdays of its younger viewers.

"Good Morning to All" lyrics

Good morning to you,
Good morning to you,
Good morning, dear children,
Good morning to all.

Here are the lyrics in their most commonly used form:

Happy birthday to you,
Happy birthday to you,
Happy birthday dear (name),
Happy birthday to you.

Some add other verses to the end, sung to the same tune:

How old are you now,
How old are you now,
How old are you (name),
How old are you now?

Many more may you have,
Many more may you have,
Many more happy birthdays,
Many more may you have.

The birthday boy or girl then responds:

I thank you dear friends,
I thank you dear friends,
For all your kind wishes,
I thank you dear friends.

And another version :

From old friends and true,
From good friends and new,
May good luck go with you,
And happiness too.

Many alternate versions exist, most commonly sung as a joke, for example:

Happy birthday to you,
You belong in a zoo,
You look like a monkey
And you act like one, too.

And other versions of the above:

Happy birthday to you,
I went to the zoo,
I saw a big monkey,
And I thought it was you.
Happy birthday to you
You live/belong in a zoo,
You look like a goat
And you chew like one, too

Friday, March 31, 2006


I've always wanted to visit hyd. After college, most of my friends went to stay there. I decided to pay them a visit and also explore the city. So, in the last week of jan, I went to hyd. I thought it would be more fun riding a bike in the city than travelling in a bus. So, one fine day I parcelled my bajaj pulsar to hyd, and boarded a garuda bus that night.
I reached hyd by the next day in the morning. I went to my friends room in yusafguda, had a bath and went to sec railway station to get the delivery of my bike. I got it at about 2PM. Then, me and my friend had lunch at bavaarchi restaurant, and went to a movie at prasads multiplex. (its ZINDA)..
After that we came to room and lied down. It was a perfect day,,i thought.
But at about 10 Pm, I wanted to go for a ride, and we went to necklace road..and spent sometime at EAT STREET. and at 11:30, we decided to leave for the room. We took the bike from the parking and was riding in full josh...then suddenly a car that was going in front of us suddenly stopped. And the next moment there was a loud sound, I hit the car with full force and I was in the air..and my friend rolled to the side. the sound is of the breaking of the rear lights of the car and the front of my bike. The next moment I thought, I would give the 8000bucks in my purse to the owner of the car, and ask him not to call the police.
I thought it was all my fault. but then, a lady got off from the car looking surprised, then I saw that the car is brad new, and there was a L on the windshield. She was a learner , and her car suddenly stopped when she tried to slow down before a speed breaker. She got off and asked me in hindi, why i hit her..and i replied it was all her fault..while we were discussing, all the cars that were behind us stopped creating a big traffic jam. Seeing this, the lady simply got on and drove off without speaking another word. And I stood there without able to move my left hand..the wrist was badly damaged, and there were some bruises on my arms..i somehow managed to get to the room and laid down..the next day I visited the doc and she prescribed me a wristband..I had to keep it on for three weeks before I can move my wrist frimly, and for another 3 weeks I couldnt lift even slightly heavy things. now its much better..
After that accident, I stayed in hyd for 3 weeks and the returned home. And in my 3 weeks stay, i enjoyed a lot, even with my damaged hand. and I would have had lot more fun if I hadnt had that accident.

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

know your dreams


Chase dreams often stem from feelings of anxiety in your walking life. The way we respond to anxiety and pressure in real life is typically manifested as a chase dream. Running is an instinctive response to physical threats in our environment. Often in these dream scenarios, you are being pursued by some attacker, who wants to hurt or possibly kill you. You are running away, hiding, or trying to outwit your pursuer. Chase dreams may represent your way of coping with fears, stress or various situations in your waking life. Instead of confronting the situation, you are running away and avoiding it. Ask yourself who is the one chasing you and you may gain some understanding and insight on the source of your fears and pressure.
The pursuer or attacker who is chasing you in your dream may also represent a part of yourself. Your own feelings of anger, jealousy, fear, and possibly love, can assume the appearance of threatening figure. You may be projecting these feelings onto the unknown chaser. Next time you have a chase dream, turn around and confront your pursuer. Ask them why they are chasing you.
One may be consumed by their own anger, jealousy, love, or self-destructive behavior. For example, you may be drinking too much or exhibiting open hostility toward others around you. You may subconsciously be threatened by these actions which have been jeopardizing your relationships and/or career. Your dreams are a way of calling attention to these self-destructive actions.


So you are going about your normal routine - going to work, waiting for the bus, or just walking down the street when you suddenly realize that you are stark naked. Dreaming that you are completely or partially naked is very common. Nudity symbolizes a variety of things depending on your real life situation.
Becoming mortified at the realization that you are walking around naked in public, is often a reflection of your vulnerability or shamefulness. You may be hiding something and are afraid that others can nevertheless see right through you. Metaphorically clothes are a means of concealment. With clothes, you can hide your identity or be someone else. But without them, everything is hanging out for all to see. You are left without any defenses. The dream may telling you that you are trying to be something that you really are not. Or that you are fearful of being ridiculed and disgraced. If you are in a new relationship, you may have some fears or apprehension in revealing your true feelings.
Nudity also symbolizes being caught off guard. Finding yourself naked at work or in a classroom, suggests that you are unprepared for a project at work or school. You may be uninformed in making a well-formed decision. With all eyes on you, you have this fear of having some deed brought to public attention. You fear that people will see through your true self and you will be exposed as a fraud or a phony.
Many times, when you realize that you are naked in your dream, no one else seems to notice. Everyone else in the dream is going about their business without giving a second look at your nakedness. This implies that your fears are unfounded; no one will notice except you. You may be magnifying the situation and making an issue of nothing. On the other hand, such dreams may mean your desire (or failure) to get noticed.
For a small percentage of you, dreaming that you are proud of your nakedness and show no embarrassment or shame, then it symbolizes your unrestricted freedom. You have nothing to hide and are proud of who you are. The dream is about a new sense of honesty, openness, and a carefree nature.


Flying dreams fall under a category of dreams where you become aware that you are dreaming, known as lucid dreaming. Many dreamers have described the ability to fly in their dreams as an exhilarating, joyful, and liberating experience.
If you are flying with ease and enjoying the scene and landscape below, then it suggests that you are on top of a situation. You have risen above something. It may also mean that you have gained a different perspective on things. Flying dreams and the ability to control your flight is representative of your own personal sense of power.
Having difficulties staying in flight indicates a lack of power in controlling your own circumstances. You may be struggling to stay aloft and stay on course. Things like power lines, trees, or mountains may further obstruct your flight. These barriers represent a particular obstacle or person who is standing in your way in your waking life. You need to identify who or what is hindering you from moving forward.
If you are feeling fear when you are flying or that you feel that you are flying too high, then it suggests that you are afraid of challenges and of success.
In reality, we do not have the ability to fly. Thus such dreams may represent that which is beyond our physical limitations. In your mind, you can be anybody and do anything. Another way of interpreting flying dreams is that these dreams symbolize your strong mind and will. You feel undefeatable and nobody can tell you what you cannot do and accomplish. Undoubtedly these dreams leave you a great sense of freedom.