And before the ice cream is finished, it falls down from the stem and only the stick remains in your hand, then what comes in your mindEven after the Kulfi is over, Sri Krishna has called it “greed” in the Gita, which continues to lick the stick. Read below more funny facts
Those who eat kulfi
You keep a palm under the ice-cream
In the Gita, Shri Krishna has described it as “Moh”.
And even after the Kulfi is over, the sticks are kept licking
This is what Shri Krishna calls “greed” in the Gita.
And after throwing the stick, looking at the icecream in the front and wondering why it was not finished,
It is called “jealousy” in the Gita,
And before the ice cream is finished, it falls down from the stem and only the stick remains in your hand, then what comes in your mind…. This is called “anger” in the Gita.
These people, who remain asleep like crocodiles in bed for 3 hours even after they have completed their sleep!
It is called “laziness” in the scriptures.
After eating these in the restaurant, who fill the canister and make a bouquet of fennel and sugar candy.
In the scriptures, this is called “bitterness”.
These who hold and pull after locking, do not you?
This is called ‘fear’ in the scriptures
After sending messages on WhatsApp
Repeatedly check two blue stripes
This is called ‘rapture’ in the scriptures.…
The one from Golgappa, sometimes with chilli, sometimes dry, sometimes with curd, sometimes sweet chutney.
When you ask for him, do you call him “brother”?
This is what is called “exploitation” in the scriptures.
After the fruity is over, you try to drink it from the straw to the last drop.
In the scriptures, it is called “Mrigrishna”
When you buy these bananas, what are the grapes? Do you eat 5-7 grapes of speech,…… in the scriptures, it is called “unforgivable crime”.
This you who .. sitting in the store …
Eating .. Seeing the person who comes ..
Quickly .. Drink Raita…. !!
In the scriptures .. it is also called “deceit” !!
And the laughter that comes from reading this post is called “happiness”
And the joy that comes from forwarding is called “Moksha”