It is interesting how the kid who was a little baby once can make the parents go stubbed with their intelligent conversations and derivations. Dhruv and I had 2 of such conversations this week.
- The name game –
Dhruv: Daddy’s name is Amit Narain Vats.
My name is Dhruv Narain Vats.
What is your name Mumma?
Me: My name is Anamika Agnihotri.
Your name is Mumma Narain Vats.
Mumma will always be mumma. How strange it would be if mumma is known by any other name?
- The next conversation we had in Hindi.
I was singing a hindi song “Goron ki na kaalon ki, duniya hai dilwalon ki”. (Neither of whites nor of blacks, this world is of good-hearted)
Me: Dhruv, ‘dilwale’ kya hota hai pata hai? (Dhruv, do you know the meaning of ‘*Dilwale’?)
Dhruv: Hain? kya? (What?)
Toys dilwane wale ho kya mujhe? (Are you going to buy me toys?)
*The word ‘dilwale’ has 2 meanings in hindi. One is good-hearted and the other is when somebody is buying or getting you something.
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