Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Pu La's Mumbaikar,Punekar and Nagpurkar

Anyone who has any idea about Marathi literature will definitely know about Pu La.

Gaurav has tried to translate the famous attempt by Pu La of defining the traits of the people of the three cities,viz. Mumbai,Pune and Nagpur.


All this preparation should be enough to make you a normal Punekar. But if you want to operate a shop in Pune, you need more lessons. You especially need lessons on language. Only then will you be able to heap maximum insults on your customer in minimum possible words. Because in Pune, the verb "operating" a shop is used in the same sense as "operating a bull dozer" or "operating a machine gun". The most negligible entity in a shop in Pune, is the customer.


Read the entire post over here. And yes, if you know Marathi then do try to get hold of the recordings in the voice of Pu La. Hillarious, to say the least.

For the novices, you can read about Pu La more over here and here.

Cheers,
HP

5 comments:

GuNs said...

A most AMAZING post. Especially loved the short telephonic conversation.

Thanks for dropping by my blog. I shall bookmark yours for good effect. Hope you write/link to more such entertaining articles all the time.

-PeAcE
--WiTh
---GuNs

HP said...

@Guns,

Thanks for dropping by.
And yeah, Pu La is amwazing..

Will try regular blogging but I am not sure :-)
I rather visit and comment :-)

Cheers,
HP

Kurt said...

#HP
Dude am out of context here...
But just letting you know, that i got my eyes on u... :)

HP said...

@Kurt,

Thanks for aapke nazron ki karam :-)

Cheers,
HP

Anonymous said...

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