18 January 2017

The Era of 1990's

Good Afternoon Everyone,
Today I am going to share with you the enjoyment of my childhood.....I miss those days a lot. The 1990's generation had seen every phases of life...whether it may be playing in mud, playing video games, First Mobile phone, First Colour TV, and first Cartoon on Indian television....
Nowadays kids dont enjoy the childhood which i have enjoyed....I never used to go home before sunset...my morning started with playing with my friends outside....
I still remember the excitement of any friend's birthday party, I used to be so excited to eat the cake because that was only time where we used to get a chance to have a cake and chocolates, wafers, samosas and sometimes surprisingly return gifts..OMG!!!...then the real fun was when we came from the birthday party and force our parent's to give the same birthday party to my friend's....but then my mom used to thrash me like anything, the old typical dialogue,"Beta, we are not so rich like them. we cannot afford such huge parties...but if you promise me to score good marks in exams I will give you a beautiful dress."
The next excitement was the festive seasons...especially Diwali...but before Diwali there is a small ritual done by Mumbai kids..is building Shivaji Maharaj killa...The Killa/ Fort was made from clay and bricks and there used to be a competition amongst societies who builds the best fort and the winner used to trophy...and at day of Diwali we used to break that killa by firing crackers..
The enjoyment of my mother making sweets in Diwali, visiting relatives and lot many festivals which were truly exciting..
The games like Cricket, Kho-Kho, Hide and seek, Badminton, Poll-Poll, etc...were very interesting and fun to play we used to become so dirty that my mom used to hit me.. but i will never forget my childhood and the games.
The next fun was the school...the fun place not because i love to study but the fun and the recess...because in recess we used to have loads of chocolates...chocolates??...not dairy Milk or Bournvill...But the Indian Candies..Aam Chaska, Chatar Matar, Avla Supari, Imli Candy, and much more local yummy food..our parents never used to give more than Rs. 5 in a week so there was no choice of eating big brand chocolates....
I found myself lucky to be born in the era of 90's and have got a chance to see various phase and changes.. Unfortunately today the kids are not able to enjoy the fun, because they are stuck in mobile, TV, computers, and there mom has to tell them please go out and play with your friends...Children have forgot to play physical games because there parent's provide them all the technological facilities at a very young age because the parent's think that what we have not enjoyed let my kids enjoy...
But I think the parent's should allow there kids to go out make them independent and teach them the value of even a one rupee coin...








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