Tuesday, December 23, 2008


You may wonder what the meaning of the title. Its simply "Merry Christmas" in African. You can find more languages here.

HAPPY CHRISTMAS to all my friends and those who browse my blog. May this Christmas be so special that you never ever feel lonely again and be surrounded by loved ones throughout! Love, Peace and Joy came down on earth on Christmas day to make you happy and cheerful. May Christmas spread cheer in your lives!

Here's a cute funny poem I found somewhere surfing around. I hope you'll like it too.
All I Want for Christmas

Every body stops
and stares at me
These two teeth are
gone as you can see
I don't know just who
to blame for this catastrophe!
But my one wish on Christmas Eve
is as plain as it can be!

All I want for Christmas
are my two front teeth
my two front teeth,
see my two front teeth!

If I could only
have my two front teeth,
then I could wish you
Merry Christmas
It seems so long since I could say,
'Sister Susie sitting on a thistle'
How happy I'd be,
If I could only whistle

All I want for Christmas
are my two front teeth
my two front teeth,
see my two front teeth.
So I could wish you
Merry Christmas!
See ya around. :-)

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Mizo's Funniest Videos

Here goes my list of funniest Mizo videos from youtube. You are most welcome to post any funny mizo video link in the comment. :D Click on the picture of each video and you'll be directed to Youtube website.

10. KOB - Ka chhai ngam lo che. - I think they are a group of guys from Kolasib. Watch the guitarist playing a 5 stringed and dont miss their bassist. Great metal rocker gonna be. The drummer slowly and steadily beating the cymbals and the sound goes hardcore... unbelievable. Watch it.

9. Johnny tawngtai lai - Here's our friend Johnny praying and while he prays, John is having fun. Just watch it.

8. Two Mizo Guys - These two guys from Israel (think so) are one of the most popular video played on youtube among the mizos. As from their comment their inspiration came from The AWESOME GUYS "Back dormitory boys. Watch them and be prepared.

7. Kan zotlang ram nuam - Some people say that this is just a fake video. The video is just dubbed to the song. But a guy says that this video is from North East Sports Festival held in Guwahati. She sings the songs from NE states in their languages....she's just fantastic. Notice the side dancers, i never knew a disco could go well with traditional songs like these.

6. Make a melody - I remember my days back in Mary Mount when we use to have a group called Cub Packs. Boys were called cub packs and girls called Bulbuls. Some songs we use to sing include make a melody etc, and one song I never forget is that "Akela, we do our best, we dip dip dip, we dop dop dop". OK, here is a group of Cub Master on their training at Sihphir Camp.

5. Mimawl 2 - You've seen these guys on number 8. Johnny and John. I thought this will be a great video and it will be hilarious and it was exactly as I thought. I find it hard to watch this video with a boo face.

4. Mizo kasauti - Funny translation of the heartrob tv show Kasauti in Mizo.

3. Mizo Rossi - Mizo Rossi, the name says it all. I think these guys are from Dinthar.

2. AIR Aizawl vs Mr. Philip - The hilarious conversation between a correspondent from AIR Aizawl and Mr. Philip, a seismologist from US. Mark the diffenrence in accent :-)

1. Save the best for the last. Watch it and never blame me for having continuous laughter after watching.


Friday, December 5, 2008

Santa, can you hear me??

There are three stages of man.

1. You believe in Santa Claus.
2. You don't believe in Santa Claus.
3. You are Santa Claus.

I can't recollect the book in which I've read the above life-cycle of man, but I think it's the universal truth. Santa isn't real, its just imagination. Maybe in the Imagination Land, he is real. Well, as a kid, we all believe in Santa Claus and our parents and relatives makes us to.

On Christmas eve, we use to pray to Santa to give us anything we wanted. But when we prayein such like that, sometimes our parents would come to us and say, "Dear, Santa cannot what you've just asked for. Instead, how about asking him another gift?" and giving us the list of option to choose. We never knew what strategy they're up to.

Then, comes dusk. All the excessive eagerness to see the gifts wake us up and I can still picture the rush we use to had to take them. All we wanted for christmas was Santa bringing us gifts, and the new clothes and blinking shoes. Thats how we celebrate it in the early days.

Many people think that Santa diminishes the memory of Jesus's birthday with his presents. And some, insistent that Christmas is a time for giving, and not merely remembering Jesus's birthday.

We should also remind our children that without Jesus, Santa wouldn't even exist. Its a time of love and we should co-operate with each other. Many people started to fight about what's more important, Jesus's birthday or the new clothes that we had, the presents that we gave to each other. Everyone knows, it's Jesus's birthday and what more can we expect if we are happy. If you go on worrying about people giving presents to each other, decorating the houses instead of knowing the true Christmas, going out with friends and sharing things, you are the one who isn't happy.

We shouldn't argue over it or start a fight from it, it's one time of the year that we should get along. No matter what we believe in, this is the season just to be good to each other. We should understand that Santa Claus is keeping the spirit of Jesus's birthday alive by bringing happiness and joy.

I still believe in Santa Claus, literally. And I wish Santa can hear me..

Santa, can you hear me ?
I have been so good this year
And all I want is one thing
Tell me my true love is here
She's all I want just for me
Underneath my Christmas tree
I’ll be waiting here
Santa that’s my only wish this year.