Etymology of Pongada Dei…


Pongada Dei becomes ‘Go’ngada Dudes in English and ‘Jao’ngada Chokre in Hindi…
The significance of this phrase is, it can be used while one is frustrated, sad, angry, shy, ecstatic, etc…
Its a good phrase to stop a fight, hurry people in lines, threaten street urchins and the like.
Though the scalability of this phrase is beyond anyone’s imaginations, I mostly use it while watching Cricket matches, especially when India or Chennai Super Kings bowl alwha balls to the opposition, for which the opposing batsmen take first class tickets to boundary and send them away with fanfare glory.
Offlate I’m starting to use it in traffic signals where people fail to see the traffic signal post and the lights, eventhough they are painted in bright yellow, during my negotiations with auto drivers – who charge Rs.100 to go to my office which is just 4 kms away, and the psycopath convention in Rediff and Orkut where any topic eventually ends with North/South fight.
So this blog will feature happennings that make me say………….. Pongada Dei….
Its my first victory if you read this and say…Pongada Dei…. 🙂

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6 Comments on “Etymology of Pongada Dei…”

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  2. karthik Says:

    nice udhai-aarambi (kick-start) machi!! 😉

  3. ashokjan24 Says:

    Mikka nandri thiru Abaas avargale

  4. Chithu Says:

    Pongada dei!!!! 😛

  5. Sri Charan Says:

    Baas… Ukkaandhu yosippingalo?! Ok.. now! Not ready for one other mokkai!!


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