Raita…


Let us be chill and laugh. This post is a try to make you smile and laugh by using the famous phrases, Raitan failana and Raita sametna.

Raita is an Indian dish made of curd together with raw or cooked vegetables. The other form of Raita is boondi raita. It is also served with Biryani and sometimes consumed after lunch or dinner. Hold on, this post is not about preparation of raita but about when we use raita in our conversation. The popular Hindi saying, “Rait failana (Spreading raita)” and “Raita sametna (wind up raita)” are often used in the conversation. Those who aren’t aware of these phrases, let me give a small description.

Boondi Raita , PC: Google

Raita Failana: Raita failana is used when there is a mess created. This phrase is used to crate a mess in situations where things were going well.

Raita Sametna: This phrase is used to get back to the normal after raita is spread. This means when someone had created a mess (raita failana), the same is used to clean up the mess.

Let us look at the below incidents…

Raita Failana

Mr X was invited by his friend, Mr Y, for dinner. Mr X and was welcomed by his friend. He had dinner and Mr Y asked him to taste Raita as well. Mr X was shocked, and he asked, you want me to eat Raita? Mr Y responded, Yes. Mr X reiterated his question and Mr Y gave the same answer. The moment was becoming little but serious as Mr X tone was not normal. After some time, Mr X said, Maine to suna hai ki Raita failaya jata hai aur tum mujhe Raita khane ko bol rahe ho (I have heard that Raita is spread, and you are asking me to eat). Everyone present was laughing after Mr X responded. Mr Y gave a look to his friend and said, Maine to tumhe Raita khane ko bola tha aur tumen Raita faila diya (I offered you to eat Raita and you ended up spreading the same). Everyone was laughing with their conversation of Raita… 😊 😛

Raita Sametna

Mr X and Mr Y were colleagues and good friends. Both were working in the same company and in the same project. Mr Y was given a task which he didn’t liked as it was not the kind of work, he considered he should be doing. Hence, he was not serious about it. He was working but not with his interest and potential. The deadline was near, and his manager called for a review meeting to discuss the status. Mr Y was unable to give justification of the work which he had done so far, and his manager understood that he had created a mess. The manager called Mr X and asked him to take over that work from Mr Y and complete the same in stipulated timeframe. Mr X agreed and started working on it and he understood that a mess has been created and he must be very cautious. It will be a time-consuming task, but he was confident to do the same. He was working late in the office and used to come early. One evening, Mr Y asked him, how is the work going on. Mr X said, he had to do a lot as the work Mr Y did was a mess. Mr Y was smiling and asked him this is the reason he is working late. Mr X said, han tumne Raita failaya hai main ab use samet raha hun (Yes, you spread the Riata and now I am winding up the same). 😊 Mr Y laughed and so do Mr X and other colleagues sit nearby.

This is Raita which is consumed as a dish and used in several conversations. Often parents also use this raita failana when their child creates a mess in house. The above incidents are relatable, and one may have experienced or observed the same.

After reading the post, try to laugh or smile and recall those incidents wherein you spread the raita or you have to wind up the raita spread by others… 😊 Stay safe, stay healthy and stay happy.

Ashish Kumar

Friends of Lifetime


Twists and turns are friends of lifetime.
Life never offers always, good time.
Sudden rise and sudden fall are startling.
It’s all about creating the magic.
Inside us lies the hidden strength and power.
Use the same effectively to rise and deliver.
Amidst the fluctuating seasons of life.
Struggle continues and so is the zeal to rise.
Result is the outcome of the efforts made.
If you won’t try, you are deemed to fail.
Always be ready for unwanted turns.
Over-trusting may offer hurt and burns.

You are your own best friend and guide.
Introspect yourself and rise.
The cycle of good and bad experience continues.
As…
Twists and turns are friends of lifetime.
Life never offers always, good times.

– Ashish Kumar

Why do people react so often ???


There are time when we come across situations where the conversation among the two persons becomes aggressive suddenly and we are left in shocking condition. We wonder what went wrong suddenly? The reason for such reactions can be many from suppressing the anger to intentionally reacting to get rid of the conversation, and at the same time, avoid interacting with such person in future as well. Also sometimes the problem which can be resolved properly becomes complex due to such reactions. In a group also if everything is going fine and suddenly one of the group members reaction is not up to the mark, things become complicated. The problem which can be solved politely and peacefully becomes complex and sometime going in to never solving state. But what make people to react at a sudden?

There are many who pretend to be too familiar and behavioral with friends or groups and leave no stone unturned to maintain such status in front of others even though they aren’t. And from the back they continue to criticize you unnecessary which hurts when it comes in to your knowledge. Also it may happen when you need any assistance from these people because you think them to be humble enough, you may get a reverse reaction from them and it happens. I am sure many of you who are going through this post have experienced this in your life.  So, what can be said about those? Are such reactions optimal and feasible enough to continue?

Life is good when we are good to others. Behavior is one of the most important aspects in life which can make or break relations, which can be of any kind. Does such kind of unnecessary behavior required? We are human beings and we commit mistakes and that’s how we learn as learning is a continuous process. But what about those who commit mistakes and never acknowledge and continue to indulge in blame game? Newton’s 3rd law of motion says “every action is having an equal and opposite reaction”. In case if someone gives such reaction, shall we also start giving such response to those? Is tit for tat is the solution?

But one question which still remain unanswered is Why do people react so often even though if it is not required??? What is your view on this… Please share in the form of your comment… 🙂

– Ashish Kumar

 

…SURPRISING SURPRISE…


Life is always full of adventures and surprises. Sometimes a surprise which makes you feel proud of yourself and at that time you don’t have words to express that happiness. One of that surprise recently happened with me too when I got a message from baggout that they have selected one of my post in top 15 hobbies post of India for the month of May, 2015. It was a shock for me but felt good to know that. And when the post got published it was again a surprise. The surprise was that my post got the 2nd place on the list. 🙂 This I have never expected.  That time there was a big smile on my face… 🙂

 

Emoticon making a point

Writing quotations is my hobby and I started a series of my posts namely FEW QUOTES-I,II… in which I shared three of my quotes. My last post on that series was FEW QUOTES – VII         which featured in that list. Thanks to all of you for making this happen. 🙂  I would also like to thank baggout for selecting my post for that list. Its an honour for me to be featured in that list.

Here is the link of that list of top 15 hobbies post. 🙂

Top 15 hobbies post of May, 2015

I would like to thank all of my readers without which this would not have been possible. Thank you so much friends. Keep your blessings on me so that I can keep writing always and abide by the expectation that you posses from my posts.   🙂

  – Ashish Kumar

…CENTURY – 100 FOLLOWERS…


100Followers

Recently my blog crossed 100 followers. I would like to thank all my readers for the love and support showing on my blog. It is because of your valuable views and comments which motivates me to write better and better. Keep showering your blessings on me and my blog. 🙂

The 50th and 100th followers which I would like to mention for sure.

Yashika – She is my 50th follower. Thank you Yashika for becoming my 50th follower. 🙂

Prajakta – She became 100th follower of Ashish-Vision. I would like to thank Prajakta for the same. 🙂

And a big thanks to all of you my friends for giving your valuable time for reading my articles,poems and quotes. 🙂

Keep visiting always and motivating me with your valuable views. 🙂

 – Ashish Kumar