Funny Ha-Ha! (Guest Post by Yashika Tolani Khanna)

As a young girl, my uncle gave me snazzy joke books to read when I visited him during summer vacations. Our dinner table conversations centered on humorous incidents in his personal and professional life. Some not-so-kind jokes about the sardaars in Delhi were his area of expertise. Those family meals were marked with remarkable camaraderie and a sense of ease. By showing us the side of him that always tickled a funny bone, my uncle became endearing simply for his effort of completely putting himself out there, without fearing our judgement or criticism.

Read the complete post here: http://yashikaworld.blogspot.in/2014/08/funny-ha-ha.html

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