It’s been a while since India has had a politician as intellectual as Tripura CM Biplab Deb. It is thanks to him that we now know that Internet and satellite are not something new but existed since the Mahabharata era. His justification of ‘How could Sanjaya (the charioteer of King Dhritarashtra) give a detailed account and description to the blind king about the battle of Kurukshetra?’ just cannot be questioned. Then, he made some interesting comments about beauty queens of India as well, which again made a lot of sense. Now, he has also spoken about Rabindranath Tagore ‘returning his Nobel Prize in protest against the British’. Well, we are really proud to have a politician as sensible as Deb, and are hopeful that, in the future, he will make the below revelations as well.
Indians don’t have sex. It is against our ‘sanskar’. Children in India are born when two flowers mate (err… meet) each other. Yes, all this while our Bollywood films were actually showing reality. No wonder the population in India is so high!
The concept of Facebook is inspired by a song from Shah Rukh Khan’s film, which when translated in English goes something like this – You may have read many books, but have you read any face? Guess the song…
India invented the first invisible man. His name is Arun Verma, and people lovingly call him Mr India. Owing to his humungous popularity, he is away from social media.
England did not invent cricket. They copied it from India. Some Englishmen saw Indians playing Gilli Danda, and modified the game to cricket
The British did not rule India. They stayed in our country as guests (atithi devo bhava, remember?) As soon as Mahatma Gandhi requested them to go back, they left.
The first ‘electronic’ mail was sent by Indians. A chip was inserted in a pigeon through which the bird could decode where to send the mail.
Shaktimaan was the first person to go to space. The chapter was lost in history until the TV biopic came up in the 90s.
And, most important of all,
Biplab Deb is a reincarnation of God, it is no coincidence that his name is Deb
(Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction meant for humour purposes only)