Happy Rakhi Sawant Guys…


For some strange reason, Rakhi is one of the few festivals that I try not to dismiss off hand as being another opportunity for greeting card and cell phone companies to cash in on nauseating mass-sentimentalism. Like a vegetarian who eats a portion of fish once a year (for health reasons) I try to put aside my “bah-humbug” attitude for at least one incremental day of the year. Cuz in our extended little clan of bros…these guys are like characters that just popped out of strange chapters of dusty books and they are truly mad and like Kerouak:

The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn, like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes “Awww!

and now for a gratuitous song and dance number…by the biggest rakhi one could hope to tie around a boy…. Rakhi Sawant. Dancing in a harem. Happy Rakhi guys. lol:

lol. I just found out a close friend of mine wants ME to be a rakhi “brother” and is going to tie a rakhi on me today. To make matters more interesting; my rakhi sister is a guy. That’s pretty cool. I always wanted to have a sister. Just never realized she was going to be a guy. lol. 🙂 click here for next year’s Rakhi post.



  1. My story on rakhi. Please do read:Taking a dig on rakhi

  2. tere pass mein do option deta hu…..

    1. jo pehla photo he, yani ki tum jo cahti ho ek name…
    jaha sab kuch waise hi he jaise aaj he….
    magar ishse jyada gehra rista nahi hoga…
    aur nahi romance ki koi bath hogi…
    nahi hi tumhe ab kisi bath ko leke worry karni hogi…

    2. dono mein rakhi he par video mein rakhi sawat he….
    jo na pyar karne se darti he na hi pyar badne se….
    kitne dost aaye aur chale gaye….
    ushne kal ki nahi agle sec ki khusi ka plan he….
    aur tum b aisi banna cahti ho toh yeh gana samaj lo….

  3. […] So there you are- and here’s another Rakhi Sawant dance following in last year’s tradition: […]

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