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Old November 26th, 2003, 06:52 AM
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Arjun once visited draupadi AFTER Bhim, and insisted on an ukhana. Here it is:
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Old November 26th, 2003, 06:53 AM
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Pasaidaan is easily the greatest prayer man can ever recite.
My daughters know Pasaidaan by heart. They learnt it from the gentleman who teaches them to read and write in Marathi. They also know the Ramraksha by heart
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Old November 26th, 2003, 06:55 AM
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My daughters know Pasaidaan by heart. They learnt it from the gentleman who teaches them to read and write in Marathi. They also know the Ramraksha by heart [/QUOTE

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Old November 26th, 2003, 06:56 AM
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My daughters know Pasaidaan by heart. They learnt it from the gentleman who teaches them to read and write in Marathi. They also know the Ramraksha by heart [/QUOTE

Hate to admit it but I don't know either.
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Old November 26th, 2003, 08:23 AM
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For me a language is not worth learning unless it teaches me to think differently .

One language which I wud like to master - English .Find it as the most decent and sleek language and is the universal Language.

Indian Languages which fascinates me the most -

Urdu - I personally find it as the sweetest language on earth .Can't read it's script at all .Can understand it to some mild extent .Wish cud write and speak it fluently .I have heard that one who knows to write in Urdu / Persian / Arabic can write as fast as in Short Hand.

Haryaanvi - I personally find it as the rudest , most blunt and yet Most hilarious of all rustic languages .it's not actually a language but just a ( Forgot the word ) Can understand most of it easily , can speak though not with the same resonant rustic accent as it shud be spoken and not that fluently .

Foreign Language which I crave to learn the most - French - Find it as the most Romantic Language on earth .

Next on the list - All Latin American languages and all pictographic languages .
I expect replies like this, which silently counter arguments my original post. Good one Narci

Not the ones which attack me personally or starts talking about generalizing marathi people
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Old November 26th, 2003, 08:24 AM
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Pasaidaan is easily the greatest prayer man can ever recite.
Yes and RamRaksha also (its in Sanskrit)
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Old November 26th, 2003, 08:25 AM
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Old November 26th, 2003, 08:29 AM
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Some more Triple XXX ukhane :

Ektar sasari sagle navin ,tyat sasucha swabhav laai tusada,tyat xxni wicharala "kashi watali mazhi aai" ta mi mhanale "Tumchya aaicha Bho0sda

Marathi lok jage va.....Kahitari chnagle post kara, athava tya sundar sundar kavita, gani......Ashlil vinod nako nusate (pan te pan chaltil )

My next post will have poem
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Old November 26th, 2003, 08:32 AM
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ganpatravaan barobar chtrapat pahila
tyacha naav pysco
chiman rava cha naav ghete
vaman ravaa chi baiko.
hehe good one pakki
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Old November 26th, 2003, 08:34 AM
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ganpatravaan barobar chtrapat pahila
tyacha naav pysco
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vaman ravaa chi baiko.


Wish I'd said this one during my wedding dinner.
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Old November 26th, 2003, 08:39 AM
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Wish I'd said this one during my wedding dinner.
married life dinner ke saath hi khalaas ho jaati.
do you remember which one you said at that time?
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Old November 26th, 2003, 08:41 AM
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married life dinner ke saath hi khalaas ho jaati.
do you remember which one you said at that time?

Of course, as my hubby's family's sense of humour is not too good. But otherwise if it was my family and relatives, they would all have enjoyed the joke.

No I don't remember the ukhana I recided too well. It went something like

something something chandanacha (or udbatticha) vaas
XXXchya thondat dete shrikhandacha ghaas

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traditional one hmm.
i dont remember what i said that time. someone just whisperd in my ear and i just said it. i wish i could remember that
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something something chandanacha (or udbatticha) vaas
XXXchya thondat dete shrikhandacha ghaas
Wa wa wa wa

Typical marathi request (agraha )

Nahi Netra, nav ghelya shivay sodnarach nahi.........
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traditional one hmm.
i dont remember what i said that time. someone just whisperd in my ear and i just said it. i wish i could remember that

You are marathi ?????? I didnt know that.

If you dont remember that, you can take anytime.....Ec pe ek ho jaye apka
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