Wednesday, November 25, 2009 at 9:56 PM | 0 comments  
Group of 7 Sardars plan to meet their old friend the President Dr.. Zail Singh. The Sardars decide to take a taxi. The taxi driver takes them to Rashtrapati Bhavan.

The meter shows Rs. 28/-, so the taxi driver says, "You have to pay me Rs. 28/-."

Now, the Sardars have to share the cost among themselves and so they decide to divide the total (Rs. 28/-) by the number of people, i.e. 7.


This is how they do the calculation to arrive at the answer:
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7 | 28 = 13 ( 7 x 1 = 7, 7 x 3 = 21 ).
7
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21
21
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0
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The driver is exceedingly happy upon receiving Rs. 13/- from each of the Sardars.. He thanks them profusely and the feeling of happiness is writtern on his face as he leaves them and proceeds his way.

Seeing this, the Sardars feel that they may have made a mistake.

They decide to ask Zail Singh about it. After all, the fellow was the President of the nation!

They ask Zail Singh to check their calculation of the taxi fare..

Zail Singh ponders over the calculations and finally says, "See, I am not good at division. The process just boggles me but addition is something I am an expert at. Let us add all the amounts you guys gave to the taxi driver and check the result. This is how I do for those tax forms I get very often. The process is slow but is sure."

The other sardars nod their heads (?) in appreciation.

The President writes as shown below and also explains as he writes on:
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
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28
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i.e.. 3+3+3+3+3+3+3= 21 and 21+1+1+1+1+1+1+1=28 so this checks out.

He then says, "Yes, it's correct. But I can also call my close friend and Finance minister Banta Singh.

Banta Singh arrives, and when told of the problem, he replies that he doesn't think it is a bad deal but says, "No problem! I will verify it via mathematical computation. I'll verify it with multiplication. That is
the best technique for this, you see!"

While others watch in admiration, Banta Singh goes on to write as shown:

13
x7
--- (7*3=21 ,7*1=7 so 21+7=28)
21
+ 7
--
28 This checks out as well.
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Then he says, This is really fine. There should be no problem, President Sahab. Can u think how it works with subtraction here it goes

28
-1
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27
-2
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25
-3
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22
-4
---
18
-5
---
13
-6
---
7
-7
---
0


After all, it is correct in all the methods.
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Sardarji is in a Quiz Contest trying to win Rs. 1 crore....in Crorepathi Prgrame. The proceding is like below..

The questions are as follows:

1) How long was the 100 yr war?

A. 116
B. 99
C. 100
D. 150

Sardar says "I will skip this"

2) In which country are the Panama hats made?

A. BRASIL
B. CHILE
C. PANAMA
D. EQUADOR

Sardar asks for help from the University students

3) In which month do the Russians celebrate the October Revolution?

A. JANUARY
B. SEPTEMBER
C. OCTOBER
D. NOVEMBER

Sardar asks for help from general public

4) Which of these was King George VI first name?

A. EDER
B. ALBERT
C. GEORGE
D. MANOEL

Sardar asks for lucky cards

5) The Canary Islands, in the Pacific Ocean, has its name based on which animal:

A. CANARYBIRD
B. KANGAROO
C. PUPPY
D. RAT

Sardar gives up.

If u think you are indeed clever and laughed at Sardarji's replies, Then please check the answers below:

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1) The 100 year war lasted 116 years from 1337-1453
2) The Panama hat is made in Equador
3) The October revolution is celebrated in November
4) King George's first name was Albert. In 1936 he changed his name.
5) Puppy. The Latin name is INSULARIA CANARIA which means islands of the puppies.

Now tell me who's the dumb one....Don't ever laugh at a Sardar again.. :sorry:

NOTE: for the public welfare of sardarjis ... :bleh:
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There was a Sardarji who was down on his luck. In order to raise some money he decided to kidnap a kid and hold him for ransom. He went to the playground, grabbed a kid, took him behind a tree and told him, "I've kidnapped you."

Sardarji then wrote a note saying: "I've kidnapped your kid. Tomorrow morning, put Rs. 2,00,000 in a paper bag and put it beneath the mango tree on the north side of the city playground".

Signed: "A Sardarji".

Sardarji then pinned the note to the kid's shirt and sent him home to show it to his parents. The next morning the Sardarji checked, and sure enough a paper bag was kept beneath the mango tree. The boy was sitting next to the bag. Sardarji opened up the bag and found the Rs.2,00,000 in cash with a note saying: "How can a sardarji do this to a fellow Sardarji? Take the money and Please leave my son."

Signed: Another Sardarji
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Santa Singh had six children and was very proud of his achievement. He was so proud of himself that he started calling his wife, 'Mother of Six,' in spite of her objections.

One night they went to a party. Santa decided that it was time to go home, and wanted to find out if his wife is ready to leave as well. He shouted at the top of his voice, 'Shall we go home, Mother of Six?'

His wife, irritated by her husband's lack of discretion shouted back, 'Anytime you're ready, Father of Four!' :icon_arrow: :heat:
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One day two sardars met and started chatting. The main topic of the conversation was about how others view sardars. They felt that sardars are being ridiculed too much by others.

They wanted to teach others a good lesson. Soon they had a plan for that. Said one Sardar to the other, "We two will go to beach tomorrow morning. We should keep on staring at the sea. People in anxiety will crowd behind us but we should not turn to see them. Finally in the night or so we will turn and say "Hey Fools! What you think of sardars?". That will be a good lesson. What do you feel?".

The other one was simply overwhelmed. He said "that's really great!" and hugged him.

Next day the two sardars went to the beach and did according to the plan. Soon they heard murmuring behind them and were happy. Time passed by and the noise from behind was increasing more. The two smiled at each other but didn't turn. It became late night and the sardars decided to turn to see the crowd. The sardars were shocked not because the crowd was more than expected BUT ALL IN THE CROWD WERE SARDARS!!! :lol2: :lol: :icon_arrow:
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