Ramayan narrated by an NRI

    Yesterday ,as I watched my elder sis narrate the story of Lord Rama to my nephew,I was reminded of an article that I read quite a while ago somewhere.I did a clever thing then... copied it to my desktop and later saved it to my mailbox.The article was about 'Ramayana as narrated by a NRI'.Its hilarious and you will enjoy it....here it goes....


     A young second generation Indian in the US was asked
by his mother to explain the significance of "Diwali" to his younger
brother, this is how he went about it...
          " So, like this dude had, like, a big cool kingdom and people liked him. But, like, his step-mom, or something, was kind of a malevolent woman, and she forced her husband to, like, send this cool-dude,he was Ram, to some national forest or something... Since he was going, for like, something like for14 years or so.. he decided to get his wife and his bro along... you know...so that they could all chill out together.
     But Dude, the forest was reeeeal scary ... really man...they had devils and sht like that. But this dude, Ram, kicked with darts and bows and arrows... so it was fine. But then some bad gangsta boys, some jerk called Raavan, picks up his wife (Sita) and lures her away to his hood by masquerading. And boy, was our man, and also his bro, Laxman, pissed..... all the gods were with him... So anyways,you don't mess with gods. So, Ram, and his bro get an army of monkeygods.. Dude,just go along with me, ok... .. so, Ram, Lax and their army whip this gangsta's in his own hood.
           Anyways, by this time, their time's up in the forest..and anyways...it gets kinda boring,you know... no TV or malls or like that. So,they decided to hitch a ride back home... and when the people realize that our dude, his bro and the wife are back home... they thought, well, you know, at least they deserve something nice...
     And they didn't have any bars or clubs in those days... so they couldn't take them out for a drink, so they, like, decided to celebrate differently...and since they also had some lamps, they lit the lamps also... so it was pretty cooool... you know with all those fireworks... Really, they even had some local band play along with the fireworks... and you know, what, dude, that was the very first, no kidding.., that was the very first music-synchronized fireworks... you know, like , more cooler one, you know. And, so dude, that was how, like, this festival started."

     Now....isnt that worth a laugh??

Easiest proof to the 'Pythagoras Theorem...'.

I would begin this post with an apology...an apology to myself ,for not being regular coz it has been 10 days since my last post.But i will try to be to be regular henceforth.So what the hell kept me so busy that I could not find time to write a post?Actually,I had been to my workplace for some work and just returned yesterday.

Having worked with a genius , I can say that the past few days have been really beneficial for me.De facto,I can say that I got enlightened.And that is to be held responsible for it is the same genius.The genius I am talking about is Patrick(real name-Pratik ,a friend of mine).I regret not being in touch with him earlier...Nways its better late than never.

We discussed a lot of things(physics,theorems,algorithms,mathematics) while working,things which I never knew and would have never known had I not met him.Amongst those things ,I would like to share one.Its about the Pythagoras theorem.When was the last time you wrote a proof for the Pythagoras theorem?It must be a long time,probably u must have done that in 8th or 9th grade.Do you remember the proof?I bet only a few of you can.Here is one proof that you gonna remember for the rest of your life. Here is how it goes...

The Pythagoras theorem is ::
In a right angled triangle
( Hypotenuse)^2=(base)^2 +(height)^2
For any of the triangles shown in fig..

A^2 + B^2 = C^2

Consider two squares as shown in the figure aside

Area of the outer square=(A+B)^2
=A^2 +B^2 + 2AB ------>(1)

Area of the 4 triangles=4*(1/2 )*(A*B)
=2AB ------>(2)

Area of inner square=C^2 --------->(3)

Its a cliche from the figure....
(Area of outer square) -(Area of 4 triangles)=Area of inner square
Replace with (1),(2),(3)
A^2 +B^2 + 2AB - 2AB = C^2

which gives us
A^2 + B^2 = C^2

Now wasnt that as simple as 1,2,3...?I 'm not sure who gave this proof ,Pythagoras himself,Bhaskaracharya or Aryabhatta .It was Patrick who told me about it and I am grateful...
Thanks a lot...Bbye and God bless......

Finally...succumbed to blogging fever

Well, I must say that I should have given up holding myself against the blogging fever a long before.Anyways..no regrets..
...........as I think what I should write in my first post, I feel like being welcomed to the really dignified world of bloggers.I must thank bros--Rohan,Naveen ,Anuprit,Bhushan,Paddy-- coz had it not been for them(their blogs ,to be specific) ,I would not haven taken to blogging.So here I am (courtesy Rohan,Naveen,Anuprit,Bhushan,Paddy) with my blog writing my first post.Pals ,I want you people not to take into account the grammatical mistakes that I may commit and the obscurity.

Well..i think its time for introduction.I am Akshay Deshmukh , 20 yrs old currently pursuing engineering in I.T at COEP , Pune.I am very much ambitious and want to make it big in whatever things i do. I try to give my 100% to work ,to study ,to relationship ,to everything...I think thats enough about me.Well... a confabulation might be necessary if u wish to know more..

good bye for now......God Bless