RE: Nice Joke ! (Male Chauvinist) - Sorry women friends, it is only a joke !


That and NO ... Nitric Oxide


Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2014 13:03:07 +0530
Subject: Re: Nice Joke ! (Male Chauvinist) - Sorry women friends, it is only a joke !
From: cgpathy@gmail.com
To: ex-bellionaires@googlegroups.com

My two cents :)

 " All medicines have side effects. Only Viagra has a front effect."

On Sun, Nov 30, 2014 at 2:29 AM, Babuji <hibabuji@hotmail.com> wrote:
Dear Ramalingam ... Good Joke and thanks for taking the effort to translate ... Kudos for walking the lonely walk.

All Well Known Facts......

 1. "If you want to change the world, do it when you are a bachelor. After marriage, you can't even change a TV channel"

2. "Listening to wife is like reading the terms and conditions of website. You understand Nothing, still you agree..."

3. "Chess is the only game in the world, which reflects the status of the husband. The poor King can take only one step at a time...While the mighty Queen can do whatever she likes."

4. "All men are brave. Horror movies don't scare them...But 2 missed calls from wife...surely will..."


In the UK I heard there were two books: one was a 2000 page tome titles something like "How to understand Women!" It sold millions of copies ... "so what?" you say ... THEN
In the UK I heard the second book was called: Everything that "Men know outside of Sex" It has 235 pages ... It too sold millions of copies but the clincher was that 234 pages were blank!

TRUE FACT!



On 11/29/2014 5:54 AM, Sathyanarayana Rao M.R wrote:

Jokes are going south

On 29-Nov-2014 7:21 PM, "'Ray' via Ex-Bellionaires" <ex-bellionaires@googlegroups.com> wrote:
Nice joke. 

Here are few selected Viagra jokes.  Sorry ladies - apologize if I step on your sensitivity. 

What do Viagra and Disney World have in common?
A one-hour wait for a two-minute ride.

Did you hear what happens to men who take iron supplements and then use Viagra?
When they get an erection, they point north.

What do Microsoft Word for Windows and Viagra have in common?
They both deal with 3½" floppies.
 
Then there was the man who got his Viagra tablet stuck in his throat and suffered from a stiff neck.
 
And what about the guy who left a Viagra tablet in his shirt pocket when he sent it to the laundry. Now his shirt is too stiff to wear.
 
Before Viagra, for some people making love was classified as "assault with a dead weapon."
 
Do you know the difference between a Catholic wife and a Jewish wife?
A: The Catholic wife tells her husband to buy Viagra. The Jewish wife tells her husband to buy Pfizer.

PR




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Sent: Saturday, November 29, 2014 6:37 AM
Subject: Nice Joke ! (Male Chauvinist) - Sorry women friends, it is only a joke !

I read this recently somewhere and I have tried to translate in English to the best of my ability for the benefit of friends who can't read Tamil. Others who can do better job, are welcome.....

A lady woke up in the mid of night and found her husband  not in the bed. She searched the whole house and finally found him sitting in the kitchen, thinking deeply about something.

He was drinking coffee and wiping his tears in between. She very fondly asked him 'honey, what happened to you, why are you sitting alone here at this time ?'

Husband said 'dear, do you remember, we met in a park 20 years back when you were 18 and we were caught red handed by your father?' Wife said 'yes, I do remember, but what happened now ?' and wiped his tears.

Husband said 'your dad put a revolver right on my forehead and said 'will you marry my daughter or shall I send you to jail for 20 years?'

Wife said 'yes, I do remember that too, but we were married later, isn't it ? Why are you worried ?'

Husband sheepishly said  'If he had sent me to jail for 20 years, today I would have been out of jail.,.. how sad.' 

Imagine what would have happened then.....*:)) laughing



ஒரு பெண்மணி நடு இரவில் தூக்கத்தில் எழுந்து தன் கணவர் அருகில் இல்லாததை உணர்ந்து அவரைத் தேடினார்!.வீடு முழுவதும் தேடி, கடைசியில் அவர் சமையலையறையில் அமர்ந்திருந்ததைக் கண்டார், அவருக்கு முன்னால் காபி இருந்தது. அவர்ஆழ்ந்த சிந்தனையில் சுவரை வெறித்துப் பார்த்தபடி அமர்ந்திருந்தார்.

இடையிடையே கண்ணில் வழியும் கண்ணீரைத் துடைத்தபடி காபியை அருந்திக் கொண்டிருப்பதைக் கண்டார்.மனம் பதைபதைத்து அவர் அருகில் சென்றுஇதமாகக் கையைப் பிடித்து "என்ன ஆயிற்று? இந்த நடு இரவில் இங்கே வந்து தனியாக அமர்ந்திருக்கிறீர்களே?" என்று கேட்டார்.

கணவன்: உனக்கு நினைவிருக்கிறதா? 20 வருடங்களுக்கு முன்னால் உனக்கு 18 வயதாகும் போது நாம் இருவரும் தனியாக பார்க்கில் சந்தித்தோமே?

மனைவி: ஆமாம், நினைவிருக்கிறது. கணவன் (தொண்டை அடைக்கக் கமறலுடன்): அன்று உன் அப்பாவிடம் இருவரும் மாட்டிக்கொண்டோமே? ஆமாம் (கணவரின் கண்களைத் துடைத்து விடுகிறார்)

கணவன்: என் நெற்றிப்பொட்டில் துப்பாக்கியை வைத்து "மரியாதையாக என் பெண்ணைத் திருமணம் செய்து கொள்கிறாயா? இல்லை, 20 ஆண்டுகள் உன்னை ஜெயிலுக்கு அனுப்பவா?" என்று உன் அப்பா என்னைக் கேட்டது உனக்கு நினைவிருக்கிறதா?

மனைவி: அதுவும் நினைவில் இருக்கிறது. அதற்கென்ன?

கணவன்: கண்களைத் துடைத்தவாறு: அன்று என்னை ஜெயிலுக்கு அனுப்பியிருந்தால் இன்று எனக்கு விடுதலை நாள்..??????

இதுக்கு அப்புறம் விழுந்த அடி, கேக்கவா வேணும்...!
 
Raja Ramalingam
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Re: Nice Joke ! (Male Chauvinist) - Sorry women friends, it is only a joke !

My two cents :)

 " All medicines have side effects. Only Viagra has a front effect."

On Sun, Nov 30, 2014 at 2:29 AM, Babuji <hibabuji@hotmail.com> wrote:
Dear Ramalingam ... Good Joke and thanks for taking the effort to translate ... Kudos for walking the lonely walk.

All Well Known Facts......

 1. "If you want to change the world, do it when you are a bachelor. After marriage, you can't even change a TV channel"

2. "Listening to wife is like reading the terms and conditions of website. You understand Nothing, still you agree..."

3. "Chess is the only game in the world, which reflects the status of the husband. The poor King can take only one step at a time...While the mighty Queen can do whatever she likes."

4. "All men are brave. Horror movies don't scare them...But 2 missed calls from wife...surely will..."


In the UK I heard there were two books: one was a 2000 page tome titles something like "How to understand Women!" It sold millions of copies ... "so what?" you say ... THEN
In the UK I heard the second book was called: Everything that "Men know outside of Sex" It has 235 pages ... It too sold millions of copies but the clincher was that 234 pages were blank!

TRUE FACT!



On 11/29/2014 5:54 AM, Sathyanarayana Rao M.R wrote:

Jokes are going south

On 29-Nov-2014 7:21 PM, "'Ray' via Ex-Bellionaires" <ex-bellionaires@googlegroups.com> wrote:
Nice joke. 

Here are few selected Viagra jokes.  Sorry ladies - apologize if I step on your sensitivity. 

What do Viagra and Disney World have in common?
A one-hour wait for a two-minute ride.

Did you hear what happens to men who take iron supplements and then use Viagra?
When they get an erection, they point north.

What do Microsoft Word for Windows and Viagra have in common?
They both deal with 3½" floppies.
 
Then there was the man who got his Viagra tablet stuck in his throat and suffered from a stiff neck.
 
And what about the guy who left a Viagra tablet in his shirt pocket when he sent it to the laundry. Now his shirt is too stiff to wear.
 
Before Viagra, for some people making love was classified as "assault with a dead weapon."
 
Do you know the difference between a Catholic wife and a Jewish wife?
A: The Catholic wife tells her husband to buy Viagra. The Jewish wife tells her husband to buy Pfizer.

PR




From: 'Raja Ramalingam' via Ex-Bellionaires <ex-bellionaires@googlegroups.com>
To: EX-BEL OFFICERS GROUP <ex-bellionaires@googlegroups.com>
Sent: Saturday, November 29, 2014 6:37 AM
Subject: Nice Joke ! (Male Chauvinist) - Sorry women friends, it is only a joke !

I read this recently somewhere and I have tried to translate in English to the best of my ability for the benefit of friends who can't read Tamil. Others who can do better job, are welcome.....

A lady woke up in the mid of night and found her husband  not in the bed. She searched the whole house and finally found him sitting in the kitchen, thinking deeply about something.

He was drinking coffee and wiping his tears in between. She very fondly asked him 'honey, what happened to you, why are you sitting alone here at this time ?'

Husband said 'dear, do you remember, we met in a park 20 years back when you were 18 and we were caught red handed by your father?' Wife said 'yes, I do remember, but what happened now ?' and wiped his tears.

Husband said 'your dad put a revolver right on my forehead and said 'will you marry my daughter or shall I send you to jail for 20 years?'

Wife said 'yes, I do remember that too, but we were married later, isn't it ? Why are you worried ?'

Husband sheepishly said  'If he had sent me to jail for 20 years, today I would have been out of jail.,.. how sad.' 

Imagine what would have happened then.....*:)) laughing



ஒரு பெண்மணி நடு இரவில் தூக்கத்தில் எழுந்து தன் கணவர் அருகில் இல்லாததை உணர்ந்து அவரைத் தேடினார்!.வீடு முழுவதும் தேடி, கடைசியில் அவர் சமையலையறையில் அமர்ந்திருந்ததைக் கண்டார், அவருக்கு முன்னால் காபி இருந்தது. அவர்ஆழ்ந்த சிந்தனையில் சுவரை வெறித்துப் பார்த்தபடி அமர்ந்திருந்தார்.

இடையிடையே கண்ணில் வழியும் கண்ணீரைத் துடைத்தபடி காபியை அருந்திக் கொண்டிருப்பதைக் கண்டார்.மனம் பதைபதைத்து அவர் அருகில் சென்றுஇதமாகக் கையைப் பிடித்து "என்ன ஆயிற்று? இந்த நடு இரவில் இங்கே வந்து தனியாக அமர்ந்திருக்கிறீர்களே?" என்று கேட்டார்.

கணவன்: உனக்கு நினைவிருக்கிறதா? 20 வருடங்களுக்கு முன்னால் உனக்கு 18 வயதாகும் போது நாம் இருவரும் தனியாக பார்க்கில் சந்தித்தோமே?

மனைவி: ஆமாம், நினைவிருக்கிறது. கணவன் (தொண்டை அடைக்கக் கமறலுடன்): அன்று உன் அப்பாவிடம் இருவரும் மாட்டிக்கொண்டோமே? ஆமாம் (கணவரின் கண்களைத் துடைத்து விடுகிறார்)

கணவன்: என் நெற்றிப்பொட்டில் துப்பாக்கியை வைத்து "மரியாதையாக என் பெண்ணைத் திருமணம் செய்து கொள்கிறாயா? இல்லை, 20 ஆண்டுகள் உன்னை ஜெயிலுக்கு அனுப்பவா?" என்று உன் அப்பா என்னைக் கேட்டது உனக்கு நினைவிருக்கிறதா?

மனைவி: அதுவும் நினைவில் இருக்கிறது. அதற்கென்ன?

கணவன்: கண்களைத் துடைத்தவாறு: அன்று என்னை ஜெயிலுக்கு அனுப்பியிருந்தால் இன்று எனக்கு விடுதலை நாள்..??????

இதுக்கு அப்புறம் விழுந்த அடி, கேக்கவா வேணும்...!
 
Raja Ramalingam
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RE: PARSIS - : An Article By Narayan Murthy, Chairman, Infosys

In general there are many meanings to most words ... here is what I found about ruthless:  having or showing no pity or compassion for others ... Here is something else ... ... from what I learned in 11 years in Catholic school ...
... Ruth herself is a very important character of the Bible ... she was known for so may good qualities ... that one aspired to be ruthful ...
........... A person who lacked those qualities of kindness and charity, whose only concern was for personal gain and never shed a tear for the victims of his greed, has been, since the early 14th century, known as "ruthless," literally lacking the quality of "ruth."
Based on what Mr. Narayanamurthy said ... the parsis came now ... just as ruth was a foreigner ... they too were foreigners ... to go back to benevolence all we need to do is follow the temples to see that hindu kings were also benevolent thousands of years ago (often connected to acts of atonement ... as in Ashoka's case) ... but since we only see a slice of time we do not see the whole ...
as I sain in a previous reply, it appears that Mr. N ended his story like a hanging preposition ...



From: mammen.thomas@gmail.com
Subject: Re: PARSIS - : An Article By Narayan Murthy, Chairman, Infosys
Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 22:00:26 -0800
To: ex-bellionaires@googlegroups.com

I am not sure what you mean by ruthless. They are good business men,but with a social mind. Can you tell me any one, Hindu, Muslim, Christian or Parsi who has succeeded in business without being tough in business dealings (you may call it ruthless). The difference is that once they succeed, they have a clear social and community perspective (not limited to Parsi community alone but a larger one of Indian community) which is remarkable and admirable. 

I hope and wish others with successful businesses would emulate them. It will be a good change in the business culture of India. 

On Nov 30, 2014, at 7:39 PM, 'G (Sam) SAMPATH' via Ex-Bellionaires <ex-bellionaires@googlegroups.com> wrote:

Very much true indeed! Paresis have been benevolent besides being ruthless in business in India.

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  An Article By Narayan Murthy, Chairman, Infosys
 
 
No Indian community internalized the civilizing mission of the British as did the Parsis. Only 50,000 remain in Bombay today, mainly in South Bombay, the most disciplined and cultured part of  India.
 
In South Bombay, the cutting of lanes by drivers is punished, jumping a red light is impossible, parking is possible only in allotted areas, roads are clean, service is efficient, the restaurants are unmatched - civilization seems within reach. South Bombay has some of the finest buildings in  India, many of them built by Parsis.
 
The Parsis came to Bombay after Surat's port silted over in the 17th century. Gerald Aungier settled Bombay and gave Parsis land for their Tower of Silence on Malabar Hill in 1672. The Parsis made millions through the early and mid-1800s and they spent much of it on public good.
 
The Ambanis built Dhirubhai Ambani International School, where fees are Rs. 348,000 (US $8,000 a year in a country where per capita income is $ 600 per year) and where the head girl is Mukesh Ambani's daughter.!!!
 
The Kingfisher Mallyas gilded the insides of the Tirupati temple with  gold.
 
Lakshmi Mittal, the fourth richest man in the world says he's too young to think of charity!! He's 57 and worth $45 billion. 
 
The Birla Family built 3 temples in Hyderabad, Jaipur and Delhi.
 
Hindu philanthropy means building temples. They do not understand social philanthropy. The Hindu's lack of enthusiasm for philanthropy is cultural. The Hindu cosmos is Hobbesian and the devotee's  relationship with God is transactional. God must be petitioned and placated to swing the universe's blessings towards you and away from someone else. They believe that society has no role in your advancement and there is no reason to give back to it because it hasn't given you anything in the first place. Two centuries of British education was unable to alter this. 
 
The Parsis, on the other hand, understood that philanthropy - love of mankind - recognizes that we cannot progress alone. That there is such a thing as the common good. They spent as no Indian community had ever before, on building institutions, making them stand out in a culture whose talent lies in renaming things other people built. 
 
The Parsis built  libraries all over India, they built the National Gallery of Art. The Indian Institute of Science was built in 1911 by Jamshedji Nusserwanji Tata, the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research was built by Dr. Homi Bhabha, the Tata Institute of Social Science was built in 1936 by the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust. The Wadias built hospitals, women's colleges and the five great low-income Parsi colonies of Bombay.  J. J. Hospital and Grant Medical College were founded by Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy. 
 
By 1924, two out of five Indians - whether Hindu, Muslim or Parsi  - joining the Indian Civil Services were on TATA scholarships. They gave Bombay the Jehangir Art Gallery, Sir J.J. School of Art, the Taraporevala Aquarium. The National Center for Performing Arts, the only place in India where world-class classical concerts are held is a gift of the Tatas
 
There are 161 Friends of the Symphony Orchestra of  India (SOI) -www.soimumbai.in <http://www.soimumbai.in/> 92 of them are Parsis. For an annual fee of Rs. 10,000,  Friends of the SOI get two tickets to any one recital in the season, they get to shake hands with artistes after the concert and they get to attend music appreciation talks through the year.
 
The Parsis dominate high culture in Bombay. This means that a concert experience in the city is unlike that in any other part of  India. Classical concerts seat as many as two thousand. Zubin Mehta, the most famous Parsi  in the world, is Director of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra since 1969. He conducts the tenor Placido Domingo, the pianist Daniel Barenboim and the soprano Barbara Frittoli. Four concerts are held at the  Jamshed Bhabha Opera House and then one at Brabourne Stadium with a capacity of  25,000.
 
No other city in India has this appetite for classical music and in Bombay this comes from the Parsis. Despite their tiny population, the Parsi presence in a concert hall is above 50 per cent. And they all come. Gorgeous Parsi girls in formal clothes - saris, gowns - children, men and the old. Many have to be helped to their seats. Most of them know the music. The people who clap between movements, thinking that the 'song' is over, are mostly non-Parsis.
 
Symphony Orchestra of India concerts begin at 7 pm. Once the musicians  start, latecomers must wait outside till the movement ends. The end of each movement also signals a fusillade of coughs and groans, held back by doddering  Parsis too polite to make a sound while Mendelssohn is being  played. No mobile phone ever goes off as is common in cinema halls; his neighbours are aware of the Parsi's insistence of form and his temper.
 
The Parsis were also pioneers of Bombay's Gujarati  theatre, which remains the most popular form of live entertainment in Bombay. Any week of the year will see at least a half dozen bedroom comedies, murder mysteries, love stories and plays on assorted themes on stage. The Paris's were the pioneers of this, writing and acting in the first plays of  Bombay. They also built the institutions that  supported this. Bombay's first theatre was opened by Parsis in 1846, the Grant Road Theatre, donations from Jamshetjee Jeejeebhoy and Framjee Cowasjee making it  possible.
 
Want to add about the generosity about Ratan Tata who did so much  about the staff of Taj Hotel during the terrorist attack in Mumbai. Not only that, but he also set up camps for all the other victims and their families who suffered during the attack at Bori Bunder.
 
The Parsi in Bollywood caricature is a comic figure, but always honest, and innocent as Indians believe Parsis generally to be, rightly or wrongly.
 
In the days before modern cars came to India the words 'Parsi-owned' were guaranteed to ensure that a second-hand car listed for sale would get picked up ahead of any others. This is because people are aware of how carefully the Parsi keeps his things. His understanding and enthusiasm of the mechanical separates him from the rest. Most of the automobile magazines in India  are owned and edited by Parsis.
 
The Parsis are a dying community and this means that more Parsis die each year than are born (Symphony concert-goers can also discern the disappearing Parsi from the rising numbers of those who clap between movements). As the Parsis leave, South Bombay will become like the rest of  Bombay - brutish, undisciplined and filthy.
 
Preserve this race... You are privileged if you have a Parsi as your friend... He/She is indeed a "Heritage" to be treasured forever. 




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Re: Dance

 Very nice.

On Nov 29, 2014, at 8:29 AM, Lakshminarayanan K.S. <kslchn@hotmail.com> wrote:

Enjoy 

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=770329272998095&set=vb.123553327675696&type=2&theater



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RE: PARSIS - : An Article By Narayan Murthy, Chairman, Infosys

And everybody know that birds of the same feather flock together!

  • Mr. Murthy did not seem to connect the sad story with what we public can do to preserve them, the parsis
  • ... I am sure many would have heard of mnemonic DINS ... Double Income No Sex ... Since they were at the leading edge of the 'culture' curve which is just catching up with us in the 2000's ... it is possible that they shot themselves in the foot
  • ... one more thing is ................ to be a parsi ... you must be a child of parsi parents ... a male parsee marrying a female outsider or a female parsi marrying a male outsider effectively end their own lines ... as everyone knows these kind of marriages happen for 'LOVE.' and nobody can stop it
  • ... on top of that, parsis do not allow others to convert into their religion (unlike Christians and Muslims) ... all of those systems were put in place to keep their system "CLEAN." While it made sense when they were a very small group when they landed in India ... that inflexibility seemed to have negative consequences an I am afraid not correctable.
  • the benevolence and ruthlessness cannot be compared because they are in difference fields of endeavor ... but at the root is 'economy.'




Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 19:39:24 -0800
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Subject: RE: Fwd: Fw: Fwd: PARSIS - : An Article By Narayan Murthy, Chairman, Infosys
To: ex-bellionaires@googlegroups.com; ex-bellionaires@googlegroups.com

Very much true indeed! Paresis have been benevolent besides being ruthless in business in India.

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  An Article By Narayan Murthy, Chairman, Infosys
 
 
No Indian community internalized the civilizing mission of the British as did the Parsis. Only 50,000 remain in Bombay today, mainly in South Bombay, the most disciplined and cultured part of  India.
 
In South Bombay, the cutting of lanes by drivers is punished, jumping a red light is impossible, parking is possible only in allotted areas, roads are clean, service is efficient, the restaurants are unmatched - civilization seems within reach. South Bombay has some of the finest buildings in  India, many of them built by Parsis.
 
The Parsis came to Bombay after Surat's port silted over in the 17th century. Gerald Aungier settled Bombay and gave Parsis land for their Tower of Silence on Malabar Hill in 1672. The Parsis made millions through the early and mid-1800s and they spent much of it on public good.
 
The Ambanis built Dhirubhai Ambani International School, where fees are Rs. 348,000 (US $8,000 a year in a country where per capita income is $ 600 per year) and where the head girl is Mukesh Ambani's daughter.!!!
 
The Kingfisher Mallyas gilded the insides of the Tirupati temple with  gold.
 
Lakshmi Mittal, the fourth richest man in the world says he's too young to think of charity!! He's 57 and worth $45 billion. 
 
The Birla Family built 3 temples in Hyderabad, Jaipur and Delhi.
 
Hindu philanthropy means building temples. They do not understand social philanthropy. The Hindu's lack of enthusiasm for philanthropy is cultural. The Hindu cosmos is Hobbesian and the devotee's  relationship with God is transactional. God must be petitioned and placated to swing the universe's blessings towards you and away from someone else. They believe that society has no role in your advancement and there is no reason to give back to it because it hasn't given you anything in the first place. Two centuries of British education was unable to alter this. 
 
The Parsis, on the other hand, understood that philanthropy - love of mankind - recognizes that we cannot progress alone. That there is such a thing as the common good. They spent as no Indian community had ever before, on building institutions, making them stand out in a culture whose talent lies in renaming things other people built. 
 
The Parsis built  libraries all over India, they built the National Gallery of Art. The Indian Institute of Science was built in 1911 by Jamshedji Nusserwanji Tata, the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research was built by Dr. Homi Bhabha, the Tata Institute of Social Science was built in 1936 by the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust. The Wadias built hospitals, women's colleges and the five great low-income Parsi colonies of Bombay.  J. J. Hospital and Grant Medical College were founded by Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy. 
 
By 1924, two out of five Indians - whether Hindu, Muslim or Parsi  - joining the Indian Civil Services were on TATA scholarships. They gave Bombay the Jehangir Art Gallery, Sir J.J. School of Art, the Taraporevala Aquarium. The National Center for Performing Arts, the only place in India where world-class classical concerts are held is a gift of the Tatas
 
There are 161 Friends of the Symphony Orchestra of  India (SOI) -www.soimumbai.in <http://www.soimumbai.in/> 92 of them are Parsis. For an annual fee of Rs. 10,000,  Friends of the SOI get two tickets to any one recital in the season, they get to shake hands with artistes after the concert and they get to attend music appreciation talks through the year.
 
The Parsis dominate high culture in Bombay. This means that a concert experience in the city is unlike that in any other part of  India. Classical concerts seat as many as two thousand. Zubin Mehta, the most famous Parsi  in the world, is Director of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra since 1969. He conducts the tenor Placido Domingo, the pianist Daniel Barenboim and the soprano Barbara Frittoli. Four concerts are held at the  Jamshed Bhabha Opera House and then one at Brabourne Stadium with a capacity of  25,000.
 
No other city in India has this appetite for classical music and in Bombay this comes from the Parsis. Despite their tiny population, the Parsi presence in a concert hall is above 50 per cent. And they all come. Gorgeous Parsi girls in formal clothes - saris, gowns - children, men and the old. Many have to be helped to their seats. Most of them know the music. The people who clap between movements, thinking that the 'song' is over, are mostly non-Parsis.
 
Symphony Orchestra of India concerts begin at 7 pm. Once the musicians  start, latecomers must wait outside till the movement ends. The end of each movement also signals a fusillade of coughs and groans, held back by doddering  Parsis too polite to make a sound while Mendelssohn is being  played. No mobile phone ever goes off as is common in cinema halls; his neighbours are aware of the Parsi's insistence of form and his temper.
 
The Parsis were also pioneers of Bombay's Gujarati  theatre, which remains the most popular form of live entertainment in Bombay. Any week of the year will see at least a half dozen bedroom comedies, murder mysteries, love stories and plays on assorted themes on stage. The Paris's were the pioneers of this, writing and acting in the first plays of  Bombay. They also built the institutions that  supported this. Bombay's first theatre was opened by Parsis in 1846, the Grant Road Theatre, donations from Jamshetjee Jeejeebhoy and Framjee Cowasjee making it  possible.
 
Want to add about the generosity about Ratan Tata who did so much  about the staff of Taj Hotel during the terrorist attack in Mumbai. Not only that, but he also set up camps for all the other victims and their families who suffered during the attack at Bori Bunder.
 
The Parsi in Bollywood caricature is a comic figure, but always honest, and innocent as Indians believe Parsis generally to be, rightly or wrongly.
 
In the days before modern cars came to India the words 'Parsi-owned' were guaranteed to ensure that a second-hand car listed for sale would get picked up ahead of any others. This is because people are aware of how carefully the Parsi keeps his things. His understanding and enthusiasm of the mechanical separates him from the rest. Most of the automobile magazines in India  are owned and edited by Parsis.
 
The Parsis are a dying community and this means that more Parsis die each year than are born (Symphony concert-goers can also discern the disappearing Parsi from the rising numbers of those who clap between movements). As the Parsis leave, South Bombay will become like the rest of  Bombay - brutish, undisciplined and filthy.
 
Preserve this race... You are privileged if you have a Parsi as your friend... He/She is indeed a "Heritage" to be treasured forever. 




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