Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Remember 'em ?

Eventhough there may be so many Old Coins available, dunno somehow these coins grabbed my attention and pushed me back to Memories :-)

Couldnt avoid my silent laughter when i was thinking of my piggy bank which i used to fill with these, the small trades i used to do with friends, the bribes i get from grandma ;-) , the remaining changes which i used to flick off when i do some purchase :-))))


Blogger Jagan said...

ha ha ...bribes from grand ma ? i too have collected coins ..yup reminds me of those "innocent" days :-)

10:32 AM  
Blogger Sugee said...

i too was reminded of those days when i used to take a 5 paise coin and go to that corner shop and get 3 orange pops,, oh yummy !!!
& thanks for commenting on all my previous blogs :)

12:12 PM  
Blogger யாத்திரீகன் said...

@jagan: first visit, welcome jagan *grins*


>>3 orange pop for 5 paise

yeah those are worthfull (memory and moneywise ;-) days to think back

actually now i am more into my tamil blog (it feels more comfortable in expressing urself in ur mother tounge rite.. i'm trying to keep this blogpost also alive :-D)

1:16 PM  
Blogger Sugee said...

can u tell me how i can access ur other blog?

1:02 PM  
Blogger யாத்திரீகன் said...

its its listed in my BlogRoll :-D

1:09 PM  
Blogger elokeshi said...

You have 2 very nice blogs , although I cant decipher the tamil ones ...!! Keep it up -it's good

5:30 AM  
Blogger cipher said...

Oh god! those coins sure took me back to my childhood memories. Miss them even if they can't buy much in todays world! Great Blog though!

8:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Rowdy,
Whe i saw these coins, they reminded me of my school days when flattened coins were a craze. We'ld go to the nearest railway track and wait for a train to pass by.When we can see thye train, we take a 10 paise or 20 paise coin and keep it on the track.Then, we'ld wait for the train to paass over it.After its gone, we'ld search for the coin.Either it'ld be decently flattened and would be still on the track.Or unevenly flattened in myraid designs.It was mostly a 10 paise coin as losing one meant just a loss of 2 orange candy's.
But, IF it was really flat, it was an object of pride and was displayed prominently to my friends in class the next day!!

11:01 AM  
Blogger Dharumi said...

i too went back on my memory lane those early transitional daysm- from anna to naya paisae!

12:47 PM  
Blogger யாத்திரீகன் said...

thnx for droppin by.. did u say 2 very nice blogs but u werent able to decipher the tamil one :-) just kidding yaar..

keep visiting my english blog..

hey noticed in ur profile.. know what.. this is the 2nd blogger profile i'm seeing today which says about a blogger from Kolkata and the About Me description matches almost same as mine... pretty interesting..

so do all kolkata-ians (both bengali's and non-bengali's) share something in common ?! :-)

9:01 PM  
Blogger யாத்திரீகன் said...

@cipher: thnx for the visit.. yeah.. memories are worth more than what they are :-) keep visiting..

10:29 AM  
Blogger யாத்திரீகன் said...

@Anon Cne:

:-) silly-ya.. nee vera.. you ppl atleast used coins.. we used to use Cooldrink bottle covers, with the belief that they would turn into magnest once the train crosses over it :-))) i dont remember getting magnets outa them. .but still never stopped doin 'em..

10:32 AM  
Blogger யாத்திரீகன் said...

Welcome Sir !!! it was great surprise and happy to see a comment from you on my blog post..

i guess i have to update my blogroll pointing to your new address..

keep visiting sir..

10:50 AM  
Blogger Karthik ,K.N said...

hi Rowdy,
ur coin remembers me of the days when i used to share stamps ..we used 2 sell stamps for foreign coins among r friends...but i still have some 3 paise indian coins..u forgot to mention it..

1:16 AM  
Blogger யாத்திரீகன் said...

yeah stamps,foreign coins.... i still remember how we ppl used to cheat each other also with fake stamps ;-)

11:16 AM  

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