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Today (23 october 2014) is the festival of deepaawali. This festival is supposed to bring joy and happiness in the lives of everyone. I can certainly vouch for that. My main computer that has been hijacked by my wife for the last few days was surprisingly available to me this morning. I wake up earlier than others on the pretext of letting the dog out and teaching the daughter. The dogs were wide awake as usual but my daughter (and wife) are not (as usual). That gave me the opportunity of sitting on my main computer and try and give finishing touch to the posts for the day.

Just as I thought I could get away unnoticed, I found my wife questioning me why I was seated on the computer. I assured her that I needed this computer only for another half an hour then it would be all hers for her to play her computer game. My wife is addicted to an old computer game installed in the computer and she has spent most of her waking time playing that game from last sunday onwards. :)

When not at the computer, she would nag me for getting the pending jobs in the household done. Why the electrician is not arriving ? why the gas supplier has not delivered the cylinder ? What are you doing about all that vegetation that has grown up all over ? etc etc.

After three days of her nagging, some progress was made yesterday. Electricians arrived at the house just as I was leaving for the office. After they attended the routine works, my wife asked them about the inverter (My inverter is out of order for last ten days, remember ?). The electricians gave her some vague address of a place where invertors get repaired. In the afternoon, I asked my wife and daughter to join me in going to this place. We took the invertor with us (my wife and daughter detached the two wires connecting the invertor with the battery while I looked on :)). After asking around, we managed to find the place. The owner took a look at the invertor and informed that the invertor was alright. Perhaps it was the battery that was defective. Let us bring the battery as well, my wife suggested. So we went back home. The battery is so heavy, why are we going to take that to the shop, I wondered. We managed to load the heavy battery in the car and went back to the repair shop.

Realising that the battery costed the most in an invertor setup, my wife gave me her main ATM card to withdraw money from an ATM. Recently, I changed her ATM PIN at her behest and told her the new number. Some time later, when she went to an ATM to withdraw money, she had forgotten the number and was unable to use the ATM card. She phoned me to ask the number which I did not remember either. She tried various combinations, at the rate of two combinations daily, but to no avail. There are some private banks that freeze the ATM card after two wrong combinations, but fortunately her sarkaari bank was more lenient. Recently, when she joined me during the dashara festival, she gave me the task of finding out the forgotten ATM PIN. After trying unsuccessfully for two days, I managed to find the correct PIN on the third day ! That came as a big relief to both of us and that came as a big relief to her for her shopping spree.

To cut a long story short, she said that the battery was going to cost money so we should have enough money for that. She gave me her ATM. I went to the ATM booth that I could found. I used the card to withdraw money and I got the message that the ATM did not have cash ! Fortunately there was another ATM in the booth. I typed in a lesser amount while using that ATM and fortunately that ATM had that much money.

Flush with the cash, we went back to the place where we had left our invertor. I stopped the car as close to the shop as the busy festival traffic would allow. While I stayed in the car, my wife and daughter took the battery towards the shop located on the first floor of the shopping complex.

After a while, I realised that people did not seem to mind my way of parking. One may park anyway one feels like here, as long as road traffic can pass. In fact the vehicle ahaed of me was so parked that it has blocked the road going to a bylane, but no one seemed to mind that either. Thus assured, I left the car parked and went to the shop.

The shopowner told us that the battery was defective as it had completed its life of four years and a new battery was required to be procured. He gave us an option of two batteries. We chose the one with three years warranty. How much does this weigh? I asked. The shopowner told us that the battery we were buying was 52 KG whereas our old one was 40 KG. My wife and daughter had brought 40 KG battery to the first floor shop without realising how heavy it was ! The shopkeeper sent one of his staff with the new battery to the car where it was kept in the car whereas that staff followed us in his two wheeler to our residence.

The invertor and battery were connected and the invertor began to function flawlessly as before. After that I am waiting for the electicity to go off so that the inveror may show its worth, but the spoilsport bijli is refusing to go away. :)

In the evening, when I momentarily got hold of the main computer while the wife was away, I found that internet was not working on the computer ! On diagnosis, the message flashed was that the wifi was switched off in the computer. The router was functioning all right because other devices (viz smartphones etc) were working on wifi alright. So it meant that the wifi in the laptop was accidentally swiched off. Blaming one’s better half is a risky proposition but then internet connectivity is a serious matter for me, so I took the risk of blaming her while she in turn tried to blame me and our daughter for it. In the meanwhile I tried to find the way of turning the wifi on. I asked my daughter to search the solution on her smartphone. We tried various sulutions. Then one solution given was that there was a wifi slider in the computer that had to be slided. I asked my daughter to search for it. She looked for it and found it in the front, towards the left. She slided it and the wifi got activated again. !

My wife now sheepishly admitted that it was her left hard that had stuck at that position and she had slided that slider without realising what it meant. So finally all was well.:)

On this occasion, here is a happy family song from “Amba”(1980). This song is a mega affair, as it is sung by five singers and chorus and it picturised on a whole kunba which is happy and is seen celebrating various festivals like Deewaali, holi etc. Manhar Udhas,Suresh Wadkar, Anuradha Paudwal,Kavita Krishnamurthy, Mohammed Aziz are the singers while the song is picturised on Shabana Azmi, Sujit Kumar, Dulaari, Kanwaljeet Singh,Anil Kapoor, Kiran Juneja, Jaya Mathur, Meenakshi Sheshadri, Radheshyam, Shivraj, Rajan Sippy, Sudhir Pandey, Birbal, Yunus Parwez, Master Rajat Dube, Satish Shah etc.

Anand Bakshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

On the occasion of Deepaawali, I wish happy and safe deepaawali to one and all. Let the forthcoming new year bring joy, happiness and prosperity in the lives of all of us.

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Song-Ek swarg hai aasmaan par (Amba)(1990) Singers-Manhar Udhas, Suresh Wadkar, Anuradh Paudwal, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Mohammed Aziz, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

ek swarg hai aasmaan par
ek swarg hai dharti par

ek swarg hai aasmaan par
ek swarg hai dharti par

aasman ke swarg se sundar
swarg ye hamaara hai
wahaan jaane kya hai kya nahin hai
yahaan ghar hamaara hai

ek swarg hai aasmaan par
ek swarg hai dharti par
aasmaan ke swarg se sundar
swarg ye hamaara hai
wahaan jaane kya hai kya nahin hai
yahaan ghar hamaara hai

ek swarg hai aasmaan par
ek swarg hai dharti par

ho o o o
o o o o o
ye saari duniya kehti hai
iss ghar mein Amba rehti hai
iss ghar mein Amba rehti hai

o o o o o
o o o o
mat samjho ek makaan hai ye
devi maa ka vardaan hai ye
iss baat ka sabko dhyaan rahey
iss ghar ki oonchi shaan rahey

hamko maa tera kehna
jaan se bhi pyaara hai

wahan jaane kya hai kya nahin hai
yahan ghar hamaara hai
ek swarg hai aasmaan par
ek swarg hai dharti par

meri aisi bahoo
aise bachche
sanjog hai mere kitne achche ae
sanjog hai mere kitne achche

maa tu hum sabki maataa hai
tujhe kaun zyaadaa bhaata hai
iss ghar ki shaan hai tum sabse
meri jaan mein jaan hai tum sabse
koyee dil ka hai tukda
koyee aankh ka taaraa hai

wahaan jaane kya hai kya nahin hai
yahaan ghar hamaara hai
ek swarg hai aasmaan par
ek swarg hai dharti par

sapnon ke deep jalaao
aao pyaar ki jyot jagaao
aisi hai ye pyaar ki jyoti
jo kabhi bhi kam na hoti

ho o o o o
o o o o o
ye raat hai deeponwaali
maanaa hai aaj deewaali

maata teri mamtaa ka ye
saaraa ujiyaara hai
wahaan jaane kya hai kya nahin hai
yahaan ghar hamaara hai
ek swarg hai aasmaan par
ek swarg hai dharti par

ho o o o
aa aa aa aa aa a a aa
ho ohho o
ho ho ho o
ho ohho o
ho ho ho o

ho din aayaa bada ye rangeelaa
ho din aayaa bada ye rangeelaa
rang bikhar gayaa neelaa peelaa

ho mat chhed
haan mat chhed
qayamat kar doongi
teri maa se shikayat kar doongi
teri maa se shikayat kar doongi
tyohaar ye logon holi ka
yaa khel hai aankh michholi ka

pakdoongaa main peechhe daudoongaa
bhaabhi tujhe rang`ke chhodoonga

ankhiyaan kahaan hain devar ji
kahaan ye ishaara hai
ankhiyaan kahaan hain devar ji
kahaan ye ishaara hai
wahaan jaane kya hai kya nahin hai
yahaan ghar hamaara hai
ek swarg hai aasmaan par
ek swarg hai dharti par
aasman ke swarg se sundar
swarg ye hamaara hai
wahaan jaane kya hai kya nahin hai
yahaan ghar hamara hai
ek swarg hai aasmaan par
ek swarg hai dharti par
ek swarg hai aasmaan par
ek swarg hai dharti par

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Of late, I have been watching some offbeat Hindi movies (also called parallel cinemas or middle cinemas) on DVDs which I had bought at the time of my retirement to watch them later at my leisure. These type of films though artistically well conceived with good narrative style, the realism depicted in some of such films are too disturbing for me. Going by my experience, such well made films may not have repeat audience either in theatres or for watching on DVDs. After watching ‘ Kaagaz Ke Phool’ (1959) sometime in mid 6Os during Guru Dutt’s film festival, I have yet to amass courage to watch it once more though I have the DVD of the film. As against this, I must have watched umpteen times, movies like ‘Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi’ (1958), ‘Padosan’ (1968), and ‘Chupke Chupke’ (1975). Among the films of the recent period, I have seen ‘3 Idiots’ (2OO9) at least 3 times.
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