I Remember…

  • being dragged away from a snow covered road by my mother, my only memory of the place where I was born. May be I was playing in the snow, or I was jumping in it, I really don’t know, just a flash with my mother holding my hand and taking me away with her. I lived there for the first four and a half years of my life, no pictures just that one memory.
  • waiting to board a bus to my native village wearing my favourite green frock, crying afterwards because the road was blocked and I couldn’t visit my favourite place in the whole wide world.


    My heaven ( picture by me)

  • collecting empty packets of Dilbagh gutka with my friend because apparently 50 empty packets would win you a Shaktimaan costume. Yes, we were stupid but in our defence Shaktimaan was a rage back then, many people jumped off from balconies for him, we fools just collected dirty gutka packets.


    Sorry Shaktimaan!!! (Courtesy:google)

  • running through the streets of my small town wearing black pants with floral prints all over them. For some reason they were my favourite. Now that I think of it, I would have surely looked like a clown back then.


    Why oh why! (Courtesy: Giphy)

  • asking for 2-5 Rs commission for every work anyone would ask me to do- getting something from market, oiling hair, being an eyewitness to siblings fight, watering plants. By the time I was 13, I had collected 5000 Rs just from those commissions. I just realised I had way more savings back then.


    I was damn Rich… (Courtesy:tenor)

  • having a list of people I loved, with my mom and brother topping the list on alternate days and my dad being the last member on it, behind almost every member of my extended family.
  • looking at the sky in winters and waiting for snowfall, dancing on the sight of first few snowflakes, sneaking into the garden to taste snow.


    Ah…the magical days with snow! (courtesy: Giphy)

  • always supporting the underdogs- no one liked Abhishek Bachchan so I declared him to be my favourite hero, wouldn’t hear a word against him.


    He isn’t that bad! (Courtesy:twitter)

  • being scared of ghosts. Always keeping a family member outside the washroom, couldn’t imagine being left alone in case a ghost attacked.
  • Thinking that the horizon is where India ended and that other countries lie just beyond the mountains with Pakistan, China and America being the only foreign countries I knew back then. Yes, my geographical sense was at its lowest but in my defence I did live in a district that bordered two foreign countries, China and Nepal. I win!img_0331.jpg


    Oh yeah..That’s my home!!! ( Both pictures by me)

P.S. I just felt like chronicling all these memories on my blog. It would be fun to read all these childhood memories someday.


26 thoughts on “I Remember…

  1. Lot of memories..
    And me too always going for the underdog and abhishek I like tooo…

    I had such a fulfilled childhood most of it was spent in the open fields in our village.. working the fields but I loved it..

    5000 rs wow that was a lot of money what did you do with it…

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    • I thought I was the only Abhishek fan in this world. 😛
      For me, village life is the best. I miss my childhood days too.
      And well my mom doubled that amount and deposited that in a bank. I know that’s boring but years later I only got the money and spent it on my studies. 🙂


  2. That was a very beautiful post❤ also hello friend I also happen to like underrated actors, you never know who might the public like and turn into stars while like many fields underrated people remain to be so!


    • Thank you.. 🙂
      And you are so right about underrated actors. A lot many of them never get any chance. I guess Abhishek is still there because of his family. Otherwise no one would have given him so many chances.


    • Well, I was very cute as a child. Adulthood has ruined me. 😛
      I am starting to feel that all the bloggers somehow like Abhishek Bachchan. no one in my family or friends liked him at all. I was the only one defending him all the time.

      And thank you so much for the complement. It is indeed a beautiful place. 🙂

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  3. The memories made me smile. I too like Abhishek. You will make such a successful entrepreneur and 5k is wow, Mona. The first one is touching about the place you vaguely remember. Do plan a trip. Lovely!

    Loads of love to your beautiful heart.

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