Hindu Mommy

January 26, 2006

There are some days when you just gotta do this to someone :)

Filed under: Funny — hindumommy @ 8:04 pm


January 23, 2006

Kindergarten readiness list

Filed under: Preschool — hindumommy @ 9:03 pm
Do your kids need to go to preschool?Preschools are a wonderful resource that help prepare children for regular school. Not to mention they also provide social interaction with children of the same age, and for a few hours each week, a much-needed break for Mom. …However, there’s only one catch? …It’s EXPENSIVE !! (more…)

Joke about men and women

Filed under: Funny — hindumommy @ 8:54 pm


 If you are a woman, I warn you ……..don’t keep reading 🙂

January 19, 2006

Quote on Hinduism – by Sir V.S. Naipaul

Filed under: Hinduism — hindumommy @ 7:55 pm

Very good quote – The part that spoke to me was

“To speak of Hindu fundamentalism, is a contradiction in terms, it does not exist. Hinduism is not this kind of religion. You know, there are no laws in Hinduism.”


“The older I get, the more Hindu I become. ” (more…)

A bit of light humour…..

Filed under: Funny,India — hindumommy @ 7:41 pm

It is the year 2020 and call centres are opening all over the West, as the new economic power India outsources work to the countries where many jobs originated. Millions of Americans, still struggling to adapt to a global economy, are willing to accept jobs that pay them in a new currency sweeping much of the world: EuRupees. (more…)

January 18, 2006

No Big Sin? ….Read if you are ready to weep

Filed under: Hinduism,India,Kids — hindumommy @ 8:34 pm

Just Numbers?

About 500,000 fetuses are aborted in India a year. The current running figure is estimated between 35 to 50 MILLION. The fetuses were aborted because they happen to be females as revealed by ultra-sound tests. (more…)

Curry N Rice Girl :)

Filed under: Funny,India — hindumommy @ 7:53 pm


The Hyphenated Hindus – a very good article by Aditi Bannerjee

Filed under: Hinduism — hindumommy @ 7:24 pm

In a world where being Hindu is seen as antithetical to being enlightened, progressive, and modern; where being Hindu is equated with Hindutva, it is not easy addressing the Hindu-American identity.

Born and brought up in America, I didn’t think of myself as Hindu for a long time. Whatever religious or spiritual tendencies I had during my childhood and early teenage years were aligned more with Christian thought than Hindu ideas. That may sound strange, but given my circumstances of being an Indian-American born Hindu, it was not really so surprising. (more…)

January 1, 2006

Oooooh ….chocolate

Filed under: Funny — hindumommy @ 10:47 pm

10. If you've got melted chocolate all over your hands, you're eating it TOO slowly.

9. Chocolate covered raisins, cherries, orange slices and strawberries all count as fruit, so eat as many as you want. (more…)

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