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Gujarati chuun!

Akhuu jag laagey maney pyaaru,
Gujarati chuun;

Prabhu nee savthi najik ghar maaru,
Gujarati chuun;

Temple

(~ following lines contributed by Jitu Barot)

Gujarati chuun aema shanka nathi,
Gujarati chuun;

Koine jo shanka hoi to mane’ parwa nathi,
Gujarati chuun;

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  1. Jagdish Mithaiwala
    July 22, 2007 at 5:53 am

    fantastic.i like the pictures sply of temple.

  2. Jashwant Rao
    July 22, 2007 at 2:11 pm

    This beautiful edifice is the new BAPS Swaminarayn Temple Toronto-6000 tons of Marble from Makrana Mines Rajastthan.

    Great architecture and scuplture too.

    Hope I am right.

  3. Rakesh
    July 22, 2007 at 3:23 pm

    @ Mithaiwala saaheb: The picture, indeed, is nice. But would you agree with what the words say about being gujarati?

    @ Rao saaheb: The picture was just taken from the web. On checking, it actually turned out to be another BAPS Mandir in Houston, Texas.

    Thank you both for taking the time and making the effort to comment and become a part of this site. Hoping to see many more comments.

    Why not respond with your answer to the ‘Yeh kya jageh hai doston’. Click here: Jageh: One. It should be easy for Mithaiwala saaheb, I am sure!

  4. Jitu Barot
    July 23, 2007 at 1:38 am

    GUJARATI CHUUN AEMA SHANKA NATHI

    KOINE JO SHANKA HOI TO MANE PARWA NATHI.

  5. Rakesh
    July 24, 2007 at 2:46 pm

    @ Jitu Barot:

    And wherever you go in the world, Gujaratis show this spirit that you so poetically express. Pride and, more importantly, the confidence in the Gujarati identity.

    I have added your lines in the main entry, taking liberty to add the ‘Gujarati Chuun’. I believe, it makes your lines stronger! Would you agree?

    Thank you for taking the time and making the effort to comment and become a part of this site. Hoping to see many more comments.

    If you come across any quote, story, ‘joX’, news item, event info that warrants publication on this blog, please use the ‘Submit an Item’ feature.

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