Bachelor

From the olden days being a bachelor was considered chivalrous and sacrificial. Remember Bheeshma from the Mahabharatha who took an oath of 'never "seeing" a woman again' and was rewarded with a boon of being able to choose when he would die? This was considered to be a great sacrifice of a heroic nature.

Even in modern times many of India's most respected personalities are unmarried. Think about A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Atal Bihari Vajpayee or even Ratan Tata. They are considered to have sacrificed their lives for the motherland...

But of late, if someone remains a bachelor beyond a certain age people simply say:

"He's Gay!"

I'm Lost...

7 comments:

  1. you're gay aren't you.not dissin or nething, but maybe it's time to come out of the closet.hey it's legal!

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  2. btw how did u kno it was 'bhai'?

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  3. Nice post UC! I like your blog!

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  4. ratan tata is probably pedo, he just is.
    vishal is gay.

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  5. lol observation. and i am not sure if u r factually right abt Bheeshma. it was just an oath of celibacy. not of "not seeing". and what exactly r u confused abt?

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