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Children's Day special: 10 things we miss about our childhood

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Childhood-The greatest period
by decent on Nov 13, 2014 02:40 PM

The most innocent and pure time is one's childhood.This article touches the inner core to the hilt.

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I also remember another thing from my childhood
by himamshu on Nov 12, 2014 02:04 PM  | Hide replies

How Green India was 34 years ago and how grey it is now at the present moment in 2014.

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Pat Thakur
Re: I also remember another thing from my childhood
by Pat Thakur on Nov 12, 2014 04:58 PM
The best thing is there were no sites like rediff, polluting society.

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Swarup Saikia
3. The bonds we forged!
by Swarup Saikia on Nov 12, 2014 01:45 PM

3. The bonds we forged!

Excellent photograph... so much innocence

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ragavendran krrao
Why we lost our child hood?
by ragavendran krrao on Nov 11, 2014 05:02 PM

"We stop playing not because we grow old; we grew old because we stopped playing: Bernard Shaw

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Dhiru Mistry
by Dhiru Mistry on Nov 11, 2014 04:37 PM

I wish Science bring our childhood once again. How ? In film making there is a word 'Reverse Actions'. You make an omlette on a frying pan. You just reverse the scene and the egg would come in your hand. Like this reverse actions cant Scienec come to our rescue and bring back our innocent years of life ? Love and regards to all.

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veena adige
Childhood memories
by veena adige on Nov 11, 2014 04:35 PM  | Hide replies

Those were the days of innocence, of fighting and making up, of giggling and whispering, of loving and hating.

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Sangamesh Ragate
Re: Childhood memories
by Sangamesh Ragate on Nov 13, 2014 09:54 AM
The science you are looking for is in the psyche that is our current mind set. Pause for a while and look back your golden days of the yore. Start realising all good and not so good things that have happened. Mellow the sweetness of your childhood for a while coming out of your present mundane thoughts. Lo you are in your childhood. Enjoy sir

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pyarelal laxmikant
by pyarelal laxmikant on Nov 11, 2014 03:22 PM

...That quiet old ‘Jamun Tree’ ?

Shaking it all up and almost uprooting it on a Saturday afternoon, climbing to pick ‘Jamuns’?

Sometimes falling down from it fracturing a hand and sometimes landing safely using a branch as a parachute.

(I still hold the record of achieving both feats ;)

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