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Monday, December 31, 2007









Atankvadi Transformer

There is a Transformer in Camac Street just opposite to Frankfinn Air Hostess Training Institute next to which many food stalls are set up for the office babus to have a cheap lunch in the costly Park Street-Camac Street area. This Transformer is crueler than the cruel terrorists in the cruelest part of the world. It is an Atankvadi Transformer.

In the month of August 2007, there was a huge explosion in this transformer and some chemical from it got scattered all around. There was a poor man just below it who was washing the plates that were used by the babus to have their lunch few hours back. This poor man’s whole body was burnt and he was taken to SSKM Hospital (PG Hospital) in a taxi by his fellow colleagues and the traffic sergeant who was patrolling in the area.

The explosion could have taken place about 3.00pm and from 12.30pm till 2.30pm when many people queue in this area to have lunch. This would have increased the number of casualties and many people would have injured.

It was the most dreadful sight I had ever seen in my life. From that day whenever I pass that transformer I get afraid that it might again burst. I simply run to save my life from another cruel incident. This transformer has created Atank in me.

Saturday, December 29, 2007

My school days

This is what I had written in Anirudh Saria's in 2005.


I miss those classes from 8am to 2pm, tiffin breaks, exams, masti we all had, cricket matches, hand cricket, hand tennis, fests where all the boys knew which girls school is coming and which is not, self composed national anthems, bawaalis, free periods, classes of Mr.Raghunath, Mr.Sambhu Charan Dey, Mr.Kapadia, and so on, intra school competitions, passes for Bosco Beat, Bosco Raag, young moms (our boudis) of junior class kids, Mr.Vanjo and Mr. Crouch's Devdas style, Mr. Peter's puns, our unity during bad times(like the one when Father questioned us who banged the desk), "ohms" sessions by Kalyan, Tristan, Abhiroop, Shaon, etc, jharis at every girl outside the school, momo at Krishnaarpan, functions at our field, sports, panus (thanks to P-kaku), baba-baba cry, giving nicknames to all, "Its a game" boy-Sayan Banerjee, kaoramis, Mr. Ranjit Egg-roll sorry Edward Biswas and Mrs.Chitralekha Gupta(who said "Ai Kalyan tumi hashcho kano?"), Somak Sen's erotic incidents that he did at hi s home and there are many more to the list. But above all I miss you all guys who were all great friends in my school days. The url of my group is


1. That Chocolate Bomb Explosion that made every body proud to be a student of Batch 2000. And for that we did not get Farewell.

2. Once Mrs Mukherjee said to me "Vaijayanta what are you doing under the desk?" I said " Maam, my pen-is lost" and there was a huge laughter in the History class.

3. Once I got very poor marks in Chemistry exam and Mr.Dey asked all the boys who did badly to solve the question paper. As ever I did not solve it and when asked I said that " Sir, my question paper is lost." by making a sign which is usually made by the umpires in a cricket field to pass the judgement to the third umpire. Seeing this the whole class laughed away.

4. After all the boys were suspended I with Rajarshi Bhattacharya and Soumyadipta went to Shiraz and had Biriyani and Chiken Chaap.

5. Talent contests where I used emulated the voice of Kumar Sanu and bagged the 1st,2nd or 3rd prizes and a boy thought I got the prize because of my dads influence. Which was not true. I also used to sing in each and every class even when the teacher took classes. People listened to me even if they did not like it.

6. Every one asked me that as my daddy is teaching in the same school where I am studying, how could I manage it. They all stared at my beard thinking that I would one day look like daddy. There are many more.

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Thursday, December 27, 2007


Did you ever eat CHOEMEIN? Yes it is CHOEMEIN. Yes you have heard it right. It is CHOEMEIN. At least some people in the Nandan Cinema Hall Area speak so. There is a fast food centre just beside the western gate on the western part of the Nandan premises. This fast food centre has its Menu Board printed on its wall as shown below. Along with the other food offered there, the shop has Chow as its items. The prices of Chow written as: -


So we deduced that the people of this shop call the item called Chow or Chowmein (as many people of India call the food item) as CHOEMEIN.

Gaurav saw this before anyone else and he decided to play a prank with the person sitting on the counter. He went and said “Dada, 3 te CHOEMEIN deben”. The man was ignorant of the spelling of Chowmein written on the Menu Board, but he gazed at Gaurav thinking “Oh! Such an educated man and look how he pronounces Chowmein.” The man laughed in his mind hearing Gaurav say CHOEMEIN.

Hearing Gaurav asking for CHOEMEIN from the man, I had a great laugh in my mind. I wanted to burst out into laughter but somehow controlled myself. But as soon as I came out along with Gaurav to some distance, I did burst out into laughter.

It did not end there, when Gaurav went with the slip to the man serving the items, he again said “Dada, 3 te CHOEMEIN deben". Now I could not stop laughing. I laughed so much that people all around thought that I have gone crazy.

As we had Chowmein, sitting on the garden adjacent to the place, we kept on laughing and telling quite loudly (loud enough so that all the people in that garden area can hear us) among ourselves, that the CHOEMEIN was quite well prepared and we are going to have more CHOEMEIN here in future when we go there.

Hearing us call Chowmein as CHOEMEIN, the people all aroung us thought, “These guys are so big and yet they cannot pronounce the simple word Chowmein.” Had anyone challenged us, we would have shown them the Menu Board where the word CHOEMEIN was written in big letters. But no one challenged us and we were sad that we could not show others the Menu Board.

We were really in a jovial mood that day and a great laugh at the word CHOEMEIN.
I would request anyone & all who reads this post and if he/she lives in Kolkata, to visit the fast food centre in the Nandan area, at lease once and see the word CHOEMEIN through their own eyes. You will enjoy it a lot. Believe me.

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Tuesday, December 25, 2007


My friend Gaurav as Santa Claus on Christmas 2007.

Merry Christmas from Gaurav to All.
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Thursday, December 20, 2007

Vaijayanta-logy Part 3

Do you know why the names of the domestic help is kept like Sita, Durga, Parbati, Protima, Saraswati, Lakshmi, Ram, Krishna, Gopal, Arjun and so on?

The reason behind it is that these domestic help work in various households. Often they get bored with their monotonous jobs and they skip some jobs to rest themselves and thus when their masters / recruiters want to scold them right and left, they cannot do so because the names are same as the Hindu Gods and Goddesses. Thus the masters hesitate to get angry on the domestic help as they have a feeling they are using harsh words on the names of their Gods and Goddesses.

This ultimately helps the domestic help by not getting scolded by their masters as the masters might feel guilty to scold them or use any abusive languages.

So next time when you see a domestic help dont ask her "Why has your parents kept your name at par with Gods / Goddesses?". If such a situation occurs, what you can do is remember this blog ( and this post of mine.

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Sunday, December 16, 2007

Data Binding - Bandhan

Data Binding is a common term for all the Microsoft Dot Net Professionals like me. So what would be the song that the professionals might be singing when they bind the data from the database to a GridView or DataGrid or to a Repeater?

The song would be: -

1) The song from the film Karan Arjun: - Yeh bandhan to pyar ka bandhan hai, janmo ka sangam hai ... ... ...
2) The song from the film Bandhan: - Tere naina mere naino ki kyu bhasha bole, bole, bole, Mujhe pyar hua jiya holey, holey, holey ... ... ...

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Thursday, December 13, 2007

Mixed Reaction from various people

Last night, through Orkut, I had scrapped all my friends through the new feature of orkut where once can scrap all friends at one go.

The scrap read like this: -

Hi friend,

Please send me a scrap and tell me,what would you rate me on 10 as ur friend. Feel free to give me your marks as I will not mind even if it is 0 on 10 and vice versa. My friendship towards you will remain the same. So please give me a rank on 10 as ur friend.



On receiving this scrap from me, there wre mixed reactions from different people.

I am going to write then down here with my reply to them after they scrapped me back.

Alok Beel:- dude ...where are u workin nowadays?
Me:- in a company cal DAL [:)]
Me in my mind:- dude, u never scrapped me for the last 3 years.......what was so special in my scrap that your heart cried to know about where I am working........ really strange...

Beno:- ok then .. 0/10
Me:- thanks dude........ [:)] ...... i liked it [:D]
Me in my mind:- that is like an honest reply from an honest friend.

Anujit:- dont send all these bakwaas scraps to the future pls be careful before sending such really pisses me off....god knows wht u r trying to prove by all ths nonsense and meaningless surveys...ths is my scrapbook so just keep off it if u dnt hv anythng meaningful to share.....thanks in advance...
Me:- beshi aantel hoye gele ei oboshthai hoi....... (i couldnt stop myself from scrapping this)
Me in my mind: - if u r so much interested in receiving sweet meaningful scraps then u should leave orkut and join some community of sadhus and sanths who would never let u judge themselves and impose their craps on u......when people are busy increasing their scraps.....this Mr. is intrested in receiving......meaningful scraps.....only he knows what he means.........he is trying to be too much "bhalo manush" as if he does not know what is happening all around him..........i really dislike such people ......who have split personality.......the place called orkut is not for people like u......go get some life dude.... [:D]

Amarjyoti:- Tui ei gandu'mi gulo bondho korbi ?
Me:- beshi aantel hoye gele ei oboshthai hoi....... (i couldnt stop myself from scrapping this)
Me in my mind:- tui bara tor ei udgandumitao bondho kor.

Diganta:- bondhura bondhui thake sara jibon... tader kono rating hoye na..
Me:- good answer....... [:)]
Me in my mind:- that s a good way of talking to a friend...

No one can find:- 6.5
Me:- good answer....... [:)]
Me in my mind:- thats quite decent way of scrapping...

swapna:- i think i dont know u as much enough to judge u with marks............sorry for this and thanks for wishing me
Me:- good answer....... [:)]
Me in my mind:- i undrstand issues... [:)]

Swarup:- 9.9999999 dilam..kichu ta no katlam as room 4 improvement.
Me:- good answer....... [:)]
Me in my mind:- ive never scored so much in my exams at school or college or university....

Some Memories:- 10'e tumi 7pabe.........
Me:- good answer....... [:)]
Me in my mind:- thats like a good girl.... [:D]

Tirthankar:- 5
Me:- good answer....... [:)]
Me in my mind:- a good amount from a new pal.....bhalo bhalo.....

debasish:- i will give u a 8 ,.. reason is ur simplicity and ur sheer honesty
Me:- good answer....... [:)]
Me in my mind:- he has always had the charm in speak about my good side....

Subhadip:- My rating will be bit different Buddy. Nature/ Attitude - 7/10. Looks - 5/10.
Me:- good answer....... [:)]
Me in my mind:- he is like a big bro ...... u were always different in every aspect.....dude....

Rashmi:- 7
Me:- good answer....... [:)]
Me in my mind:- im really honoured... [:D]

]\/[anas..:- Since we met in orkut ..... i never had a face to face conservation with I will rate you with 5 out of 10
Me:- good answer....... [:)]
Me in my mind:- if u had a face to face conversation, u would have given me.......9 out of 10......such is my charisma.... [:D]

I hope more are yet to come...

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Wednesday, December 12, 2007


I am never going to watch any Karan Johar movie where there is Rani and Preity along with Shah Rukh Khan. Only SRK is okay and much better than those two male like heroines. Rather these two male like heroines should be called male actors for their better description.

I have taken this oath that I am not going to see any SRK - Karan Johar Movie where Rani and Preity together or alone will also be a part of the film. I am really fed up by the looks of these two male like heroines Rani and Preity.

The reason is whenever I see their ugly faces nothing happens to me that should happen when I see a girl. (Kuch Nehi Hota Hai) I would rather go to see Suniel Shetty as a heroine than those two male like heroines. I am really fed up with them.

They should immediatley stop working in films. (Bar Bar Alvida Zaroor Kehna) .Yuck they make me hate Hindi film. I believe they are both the worst thing to have ever happened to Hindi Cinema. Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna is the worst film of SRK in his whole career. My friend and brother Gaurav also believes that.

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Tuesday, December 11, 2007

TATA's 1 lakh car

This is an assumption of the TATA's 1 lakh car that is going to be manufactured at Singur, West Bengal, India which is going to flood the markets from 2009. It looks good and hope the service is also good. Other car companies will have a tough competition from this car.

I am eagerly waiting for the car and hope it comes to the market soon so that I can see them more on the roads.

It is clear that most of the Leftist People are going to buy this car but will the Trinamool Congress Supporters buy it? Only time can tell it. Who knows someday even our DIDI might buy it.

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Saturday, December 08, 2007

4 Rules of Om Shanti Om

Friends go and watch the latest blockbuster and a very good movie to watch - OM SHANTI OM

4 rules of Om Shanti Om: -

Rule 1: Agar kisi cheez ko dil se chaho to poori kaynath use tumse milane ki koshish mein lag jaati hain.

Rule 2: Hamare filmon ki tarah hamari zindagi mein bhi end tak sab kuch theek hi ho jata hain aur agar theek na to, to woh The End nahin, Picture abhi baaki hain mere dost. (i saw the film 2wice on the theatre)

Rule 3: Har Aurat Ke Sir Ka Taaj Hota Hai, Ek Chutki Sindoor, Har Aurat Ko Suhagan Bana Deta Hain, Ek Chutki Sindoor, Iski Keemat Tum Kya Jaano Ramesh-Babu?

Rule 4: Yanna Raskala !!! Mind It !!!
Get the WALLPAPERS of Om Shanti Om from my other blog:- VAIJAYANTA10(VAIJAYANTA10)
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Vaijayanta goes to see Om Shanti Om

Till today I had seen Om Shanti Om twice. I liked the movie a lot. I am going to write a review of the movie soon. Now the question arises that when did I see Om Shanti Om.

The dates were: -

1) 10th November, 2007 - with my girlfriend at INOX, City Centre, DC BLock, Salt Lake City, Kolkata. (2nd day 2nd show)

2) 25th November, 2007 - with Gaurav at Jyoti Cinema

Planning to see the movie thrice and make a hatrick with my sis, mom and dad once the Exams of my sis gets over. Looking forwared to that day with great eagerness.

Saturday, December 01, 2007

Rebirth of a Great Man (2007) - Present meets Past

According to the title "Rebirth of a Great Man (2007) - Present meets Past" it seems: -
(from left to right: Charlie Chaplin (2007) with Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977)

But actually: -
(from left to right: Kalyan Kumar Sen (my childhood school friend) & Charlie Chaplin(1889 - 1977)

Vaijayanta: I have never seen a better picture than this one, in recent times. A great work of art. Keep it up Kalyan. I am always there with you. All the Best for your future endeavours.

Chothas - (tere bina bhi kya jeena?)

Chothas is a very universal word for all the Engineering students of these days. Chothas are something, which every Engineering students feel proud of himself. Without chothas the Engineeing students cannot survive in this fierce competition. It is the source of their sustenance. Chothas mean a lot to them.

These students forget to sleep, eat or even study before Examinations as it becomes very important for them to formulate chothas to survive the Examination Blues. They even slash themselves off from all social activities to make chothas. There are some who even start making chothas from the beginning of the academic semester.

The funda is very simple. People who have chothas with themselves during examination, they really have no reason to fear the examination. They will pass the examination with flying colours.

What are chothas actually?

Chothas are actually a ready reckoner for students during the examinations, inside the exam hall. They are mostly made up of paper and vary from the least possible size to A4 size. Any size greater than A4 will be detrimental for the students and there will be enormous amount of chance to get caught by the supervisor of the examination. This might result in cancellation of all the 6 examination papers of that semester. At most getting caught with chothas in hand can get a student expelled from the institution in which he belongs. But that occurs once in a million.

What is its content?

Chothas usually contain topics (usually tough ones, that student find hard to remember) that are closely related to the subject of the examination. Most of the times they match the question paper, which is an effect of hard work by the chothas carrying students.

Who carries chothas?

Not everyone, but almost everyone. At least 90 % of the students carry them (which is a very high no) but only 30% (very low when compared to 90%) know how to use them effectively. Out of the chothas carrying students 80% are guys and 20% are gals.

What is an index chotha?

Index chotha is a chotha, which contains an index of all the topics and which topic is in which chotha and which chotha is in which pocket or which part of the body of the student appearing for the exam. If the index chotha gets lost or misplaced, there is a high chance of the student getting confused with the other chothas and in the process there is a high chance of his getting caught by the Examination Guards and Supervisor.

What is the moral of the chothas article here?

Use chothas effectively but with great care, as using chothas is very injurious to ones career prospects.

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