Going back to memory lane is such a beautiful thing, especially revisiting to the childhood, reviving those memories is such a special thing for all of us. And more special thing is that people who born under 90’s category and happily I was one among them. There it teaches the original meaning of what the childhood is, there where the real happiness, fun was loaded. 🙂

Now, It’s time for me to jump into my mogwli memory story. As I already said my childhood was awesome because I fall under 90’s category. For that I must convey my special thanks to the shows like Shaktiman, Jungle book, Aladdin, Mr. Bean, Popeye and so on. These are the mind-blowing shows that enlighten my childhood from this generation kids. 🙂

My Mowgli story had started in our owner’s house where they had a big TV, where we had a big group of kids gather exactly in the evening after coming from school and actually it was the only TV in our colony. The excitement was at the peak as the “Jungle Book” cartoon show had been telecasting in our local regional language. It was such an addiction where all our gang of kids name after the characters of this Jungle book. There we used to play the games in those names; totally it was a nick name for many of us till today. And the during  the play we used to put the names according the individual behavior of each one, if one kid is very helping then we call him/her as Bagheera and if someone is always looks for himself then we call him as Sher Khan and so on. 🙂

It had left such an impact in our lives, where we used to make our own boomerang, tried lot things to use it like Mogwli in the show but failed completely and ended up with some mischievous stuff with it. We spent lot of our holidays in making the boomerang and playing with it. Actually that was the holiday work for most of us. 🙂



All those memories were stepping stone for us, where it has thought us the value , importance and the love of being together that is joint family. It has showcased the silent love of animals, how they bought up and secured a kid like their own son. It showed how the life is in between the people. How they fight for the food and for the survival. Totally it is one of those things needed for the kids at those ages and I was happy to be part of that generation where it made me to connect the joy, happiness of reel jungle to the real ‘Jungle’ life. 😀  😛

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Author: Ugly Indian

Simple♥, Humble♥, Generous♥, L♥vable, and Goes on....♥♥ ツ Engineering by Choice, Banker as a Profession 😉. Photography has become my favourite activity since my Engineering days, and now it turned out to be a part of my Life. It's my Passion actually ☺ and Blogging is adding cherry to the cake for my Photography! 😆

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