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Posted: 22 May 2011 at 10:48pm | IP Logged
Hey guys Star I've had this idea for a while now and here it is, finally. This thread is for all of us to share our favorite one-liners and comebacks from mytho dialogues (not the whole dialogue! just the line or exchange). Tell us what serial and scene they were in, and makes them special - are they particularly funny, touching, inspiring, instructive? if they're complex than interpretations would be fun. However, no judgments of others' choices please. Their choice may be from a show you haven't seen, or didn't enjoy, and if so then better not to comment on them than say something potentially offensive. Needless to say, no comparisons between shows, even if they have the same name! just appreciate the best in all of them please! With that, let's begin!

A few of the first ones that come to mind for me:

"Prem kiya hai, to bin mol bik jaao" - Ramanand Sagar's Ramayan, Shri Ram during Bharat Milaap. Bharat is shocked and disheartened that in spite of his love's 'victory' in the debate over Ayodhya's throne, Ram refuses to accept the kingdom without completing his exile. Shri Ram explains that true love has no expectations, i.e. if he truly loves Shri Ram, he will let him decide what's best even though it doesn't necessarily mean his own wish will come true. A lesson I think is just as applicable towards worldly relations as it is when trying to reconcile oneself with God's will.

"Tum to aaj ho, kal nahin rahoge. Mere prabhu to kal bhi the, aaj bhi hain, aur kal bhi rahenge!" - Anand Sagar's Ramayan, Sita in Ashok Vatika. Ravan is trying to convince her that he is worthy of her love by showing tricks with his sorcery. As she's envisioning Shri Ram in his Viraat Vishnu form, she's listing all the ways in which he is superior to Ravan and everyone else out there - basically quoting chapter 10 from the Gita. She concludes by telling him that his days are numbered, while Shri Ram will be with her forever. Very empowering moment.

(chuckling) "To jab main pehle hi Kuntiputra Arjun ka ho chuka hoon, Gandhaar Naresh, to Yuvraj Duryodhan ki kripaayen kaise sweekaar kar sakta hoon?" - BR Chopra's Mahabharat, Shri Krishna declines Duryodhan's hospitality just before the attempted peace treaty. Shakuni, Duryodhan, etc. are trying to butter him up in the famous "Duryodhan ghar meva tyaago, saag Vidur ghar khaayi" incident, and he keeps politely refusing. Shakuni and Karn ask why he's entangling political issues with their friendly gestures, since they are not his enemies, but the Pandavs'. They try to assert that their friendship with him is genuine, and he responds that if that were true, Duryodhan would have opted to have him (Krishna) on his side rather than accepting his divine army instead. Shakuni tries to defend that act by saying that Duryodhan only did so because he let his younger brother Arjun choose first, after which Krishna already belonged to him and the army was all that poor Duryodhan had left. To that, Shri Krishna laughs and gives the above comeback - that if I'm already his, then that's your answer to why I can't accept "generosity" from you! The response as well as the tone make this dialogue a memorable one among many others, because he mimics Shakuni's tone to hilarious effect LOL He then proceeds onto a meaningful discourse on how he's actually on the side of Truth, not Arjun/Duryodhan... but still this part is what stuck out for me.

"Woh mera na hokar bhi jeevit to rahe, bas... mujhe aur kuch nahin chahiye!" - Ramanand Sagar's Shri Krishna, Devaki on being informed of Balram's birth when Nand Baba visits Mathura. He asks her if she'd like Rohini to visit so she can see the child, and she refuses and responds as quoted above. The ultimate in selflessness - and IMO the best response to all those janm denewaali vs. paalne wali cliches that undermine and sometimes even malign her character by making it seem as if she abandoned her child. She makes it clear here, that she is fine with missing out on both the joy of raising her divine children as well as the reputation of being their lucky mother, as long as her kids are safe and sound. In other words, her love is of the type Shri Ram describes in the very first dialogue I quoted in this post, from RSR - it is selfless and has no expectations.

I have many many more that I love from these 4 shows and some from others, I hope to share them with you guys every now and then. Please share your favorites as well, would love to read and reminisce about them!

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Krishna hee Radha hai aur Radha hee Krishna


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BR Chopra Mahabharat

Drona to Ashwathhama : "Arjun woh Nar hai jo Narayan ke darshan karwayega"

Krishna to Sudama : "Tumhe yeh kisne keh diya Mitr, ke Mitrata ka adhaar saamajik samanta hai?"

Krishna to Vidur's wife : "Samay toh achha ya bura hota hi nahi hai, Bua, achhe ye bure hote hai Karm, keval Karm"

Krishna to Bhishma : "Duryodhan Dau ko ghumane le gaye hai; lagta hai ghuma diya"

Krishna to Shishupal in Rajsuya Yagya : "Tum bolte raho Shishupal, kyunki yeh tumhare hi bolne ka din hai"

Draupadi to Krishna (Durvaasa incident) : "Chawal ka bas ek hi dana bacha hai; Isi se adha aap kha lijiye, aur adhe se sansar ko khila dijiye"

Krishna to Bhim : "Yoddha keval apni Dharm ki raksha ke liye yuddh karte hai"

Krishna in the Hastinapur Court : "Hey ahankaari Duryodhan, yadi humein bandi bana sakte ho, toh avashya prayatna kar ke dekhlo"

Krishna to Balaram : "Jab Dharm aur Adharm ke beech yuddh hota hai toh keval ek hi Tirthasthaan bachta hai - Ranbhoomi"


Ramanand Sagar Ramayan

Ram to Parashuram : "Mera toh bas ek chhota sa naam hai - Ram"

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Posted: 23 May 2011 at 12:15pm | IP Logged
Great choices so far, Pari and Rehan, thanks for sharing Clap Looking forward to more!

Rehan, lol @ the "ghuma diya" one, among my favs in the funny category... gotta love those double meanings LOL and your Ramayan one reminded me of another favorite, here it goes:

"Aap aankhen bandh kar dijiye munivar, main dikhaayi nahin dunga!" ROFL - RS Ramayan, Lakshman to Parashuram after Shiv dhanush is broken.

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Posted: 23 May 2011 at 2:47pm | IP Logged
Jai Shri Krishna

Radha Krishna ones

-Main apne premiyo ka maan rakh ta hoon isliye main hi Radha se milne jaaunga.

-Tumhare alingan se, mujhe Krishna ke alingan ka anubhav hua.

-Prati din nahi, prati kshan, sadev ankhon ke samne! lol

-Radha rahda ki bas rat lagaye bethe hai.

Nand Yashoda

-Aapke pet mein toh ladu phoot rahe honge!

Krishna Balram

-Yeh ladki nahi pitaji, yeh apna Krishna hi hai.

Kans and Krishna

-Toh Yamlok kitni door hai? Aapko waha bhijwa doon?


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Excellent thread Lola. I will try to post 1 from each of the three classics every time I will post (because there will be many in all 3 of them and can't be posted all together in one post).



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(1) RS Ramayan - Ram to Lakshman in Panchvati

Bhavuk hona to ati sundar baat hai. Bhavanavihin manushya van ke hinsak pashu ke samaan hota hai. Parantu yadi bhavana par, gyaan ka ankush na rahe to bhavana ke aavesh me kai baar bhul ho sakti hai.


(2) BRC MB - Krishna to Arjun in Kurukshetra before 'Naro va kunjaro va'

Tark hi jeevan ka aadhaar hai Parth. Vishwas ka ankoor, yadi tark ki bhoomi se phoote, to hi jeevit reh sakta hai.


(3) RS SK - Krishna to Radha in Golok before Maharas on Dwait-Adwait

Dekho Radhe! Prem karne ke liye kisi dusare ki aavashyaktaa hoti hai. Ham dono me dusara kaun hai?


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Posted: 24 May 2011 at 6:46am | IP Logged
My connectivity of India forum is continuing to react very weirdly. I found triple post when I had posted only once and it showed error message 'Message not posted' and after returning to the original page and posting it again, I found 3 posts of mine.ShockedAnyway, I will be back to post more regularly possibly from next or next to next week.


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