Pavitra Rishta

India-Forums

   
Pavitra Rishta
Pavitra Rishta

#CRAZY CHAT CORNER# 31 (Page 115)

riniiii IF-Dazzler
riniiii
riniiii

Joined: 29 July 2009
Posts: 3098

Posted: 09 January 2011 at 11:49pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by -SONU-

@rinii phir kya keh sakte hai
best of luck and b careful


thanx idea dene k bajai Best of luck k rahe hoon tahst not fair Ouch

Sanu tho idea dene k pehle hi baagh gayiLOL

-SONU- IF-Sizzlerz
-SONU-
-SONU-

Joined: 29 December 2009
Posts: 16551

Posted: 09 January 2011 at 11:54pm | IP Logged
main kya idea du,i think religion should not b a problem

The following 1 member(s) liked the above post:

riniiii

riniiii IF-Dazzler
riniiii
riniiii

Joined: 29 July 2009
Posts: 3098

Posted: 09 January 2011 at 11:57pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by -SONU-

main kya idea du,i think religion should not b a problem

acha 4get it..............
plan success hone k baad bata thi hunLOL

aur batao kashmir mai aur 2 winter ki taya ri ho rahi hai naa?????LOL
-SONU- IF-Sizzlerz
-SONU-
-SONU-

Joined: 29 December 2009
Posts: 16551

Posted: 09 January 2011 at 11:58pm | IP Logged
rini mere samaj main nahi araha ye 3 winters kya hota hai

The following 1 member(s) liked the above post:

riniiii

riniiii IF-Dazzler
riniiii
riniiii

Joined: 29 July 2009
Posts: 3098

Posted: 10 January 2011 at 12:02am | IP Logged
Originally posted by -SONU-

rini mere samaj main nahi araha ye 3 winters kya hota hai

are sonu par maine b complete write up nahi pada wi8 dekthi hun if possible pad k batati hun they are saying that aur 2 winter r gonna come in Kashmir it seemsLOL
riniiii IF-Dazzler
riniiii
riniiii

Joined: 29 July 2009
Posts: 3098

Posted: 10 January 2011 at 12:06am | IP Logged
hey sonu read this:-

SRINAGAR: By early December, the flights out of Srinagar are full once again with the annual exodus to the plains having begun. By then, the chinars have lost their orange brilliance and there is a nip in the air. The boatmen on the Dal spend hours snoozing, security guards are swathed in ever more layers of blankets and the night creeps up onKashmir with startling suddenness. The Kashmiri winter is here. But which one? 

Early December is early days; everyone waits for the real thing, chille kallan or the mature winter. By the third week of December, Kashmir starts to feel chille kallan, which lasts 40 days and means such intense cold that everyone carries a kangri in their phiran. Local legend has it that the kangri was specially introduced by Emperor Akbar in order to make the Kashmiri slothful. True or not, there is nothing more likely to induce lethargy than a glowing kangri. 

A popular folk song about the kangri goes as follows: 
October/ Kartikh came and I put some embers in you, hay kangri 
November/ Mojihor came and we became concerned about you, hay kangri 
December/ Poh came and I filled you up with toh, hay kangri 
January/ Mag came and you were hard to get, hay kangri 
February/ Phagun came and a plot was laid against you, hay kangri 
Song or not, the kangri is indispensable in the chille kallan. 

Chille kallan is the time water freezes in the pipes. In December 2010, a pipe in Gulmarg burst at night and by morning, the water had frozen into a replica of the Amarnath Shiva linga — eight feet tall, three feet wide. 
Come Christmas, all eyes are on the sky. "When will it snow" is the only topic of conversation anywhere in Kashmir, from chai stall to newspaper editorial. Night temperatures plummet to minus six, the airport grows more crowded with those leaving, the editorials are ever more shrill as they wait for snow. 

Then magically, one day, it happens. Last year, Srinagar woke on December 29 to a quiet knocking on the rooftops. The snow had arrived. Every bare tree, the dirty ice, everything was clean and new — swathed in a giant white blanket. 

For the Kashmiri, snow in December is a good omen, signifying that the mountains will freeze and the streams will be full in summer. It is a slow time, seemingly meant for reflection and endless cups of noon chai as one mulls over the dying year. Even the stonepelter has a slogan that calls for action, albeit in distant June. Life is at its most somnolent, a melancholy appears to have descended on the Valley, shops shut by five and everyone rushes home to the bukhari, the kangri, the electric blanket and the hot water bottle. 

Then comes the season that Kashmiris call chille khurd or old winter. Temperatures rise, the snow begins to thin, and the kangri can be held a bit further away away from the body. These 20 days are the time people start to think about the year ahead. 

Of all the descriptive names in the world, chille bach or the child winter would surely win hands down. For 10 days, the snow continues to fall, but never for very long. By now, the tulips that will bloom in spring are safely in the ground, the shikaras have been given a fresh coat of paint and the hotels start to accept summer bookings. 

Between February and the magical bahaar will come jumbhar, a Kashmiri belief that earth and sky will heat up to melt the snow, turn the streets to slush. After 70 days of snow, there is finally a hint of green. The first sign of spring is here. Winter is over. 

It is entirely unsurprising that Kashmiri has so different names for every facet of its long winter. Without the snow, there would be no almond blossoms or gushing streams. No circle of life. Winter may not have the green energy and flamboyance of spring, the splendour of summer, or the romance of autumn but it has serenity and offers an all-embracing blanket for blemishes. 

Long years ago, Wilfred Thesiger wrote about the deserts of Arabia: "No man can live this life and emerge unchanged. He will carry, however faint, the imprint of the desert, and he will have within him the yearning to return, weak or insistent according to his nature. For this cruel land can cast a spell which no temperate clime can hope to match." 

Kashmir's desert of snow may have much the same quality.
riniiii IF-Dazzler
riniiii
riniiii

Joined: 29 July 2009
Posts: 3098

Posted: 10 January 2011 at 12:12am | IP Logged
kya hua sonu pada yaa nahi??????????????
ektarfapyar IF-Rockerz
ektarfapyar
ektarfapyar

Joined: 07 May 2010
Posts: 7009

Posted: 10 January 2011 at 1:15am | IP Logged
allo allo allo

gud afternoon

The following 1 member(s) liked the above post:

riniiii

Go to top

Related Topics

  Topics Author Replies Views Last Post
Pavitra Rishta :: Creations Corner # 2

2 3 4 5 6 7 ... 149 150

Author: .StarryPhoenix   Replies: 1192   Views: 153846

.StarryPhoenix 1192 153846 12 February 2011 at 11:43am by PremKiDeewani
#CRAZY CHAT CORNER#9

2 3 4 5 6 7 ... 152 153

Author: -SONU-   Replies: 1221   Views: 26881

-SONU- 1221 26881 12 December 2010 at 4:25am by heartstealers
#CRAZY CHAT CORNER#8

2 3 4 5 6 7 ... 152 153

Author: -SONU-   Replies: 1218   Views: 26268

-SONU- 1218 26268 22 August 2010 at 8:23am by ektarfapyar
#CRAZY CHAT CORNER#7

2 3 4 5 6 7 ... 151 152

Author: -SONU-   Replies: 1215   Views: 26415

-SONU- 1215 26415 20 August 2010 at 5:01am by -SONU-
#CRAZY CHAT CORNER#6

2 3 4 5 6 7 ... 151 152

Author: -SONU-   Replies: 1212   Views: 25337

-SONU- 1212 25337 18 August 2010 at 6:28am by ..Sonii..

Forum Quick Jump

Forum Category / Channels
Forums

Pavitra Rishta Topic Index

Check these Celebrity also

Disclaimer: All Logos and Pictures of various Channels, Shows, Artistes, Media Houses, Companies, Brands etc. belong to their respective owners, and are used to merely visually identify the Channels, Shows, Companies, Brands, etc. to the viewer. Incase of any issue please contact the webmaster.

Popular Channels :
Star Plus | Zee TV | Sony TV | Colors TV | SAB TV | Life OK

Quick Links :
Top 100 TV Celebrities | Top 100 Bollywood Celebs | About Us | Contact Us | Advertise | Forum Index