• Time span...

    An american born Desi returned to India and hired a tourist cab for sight seeing. When taken to the Taj Mahal in Agra, he asked how many years it took to build it.
    The guide replied 20 years. The American desi remarked You guys are lazy, in America we can build some thing like this in 5 years.
    At Red Fort in Dehli he asked the same question. The guide reduced the period to impress him and said Ten years.
    Only ten years The American Desi retorted: Did not I say you guys are slow workers! In America we could have built it in 2 1/2 years.
    Same story everywhere. He admired the places but reduced the period to 1/4th.
    The guide got irritated by this young American Desi. Next day when they were near Qutab Minar the American Desi asked what is that tower? The guide replied I will have to go and find out. When I was passing by this side last evening there was nothing here.
  • Wasting Indians

    When God created the world, he could not help boasting to Brahma of the special favours he had bestowed on India. "I gave it the highest mountains and the broadest rivers in the world; I gave it coal, gold and diamond mines. I gave it the best of everything."
    "Was it fair to give one country so much wealth ?" asked Brahma.
    "You should see the kind of people I put in India. They will waste everything I gave them."
  • Indo-Pak war!

    One taxi driver in Lahore to another, "Did you hear that the Pakistan government bought a thousand septic tanks?"

    The other driver replied, "Yes, and as soon as they learn to drive them, they`re going to invade India."
  • Made in India

    At a World Conference, the heads of States of all countries were boasting about their technical know-how. So they all decided that to prove their boasts, each country should show an engineering feat to the world.
    In a few days, the U.S.A made a hollow tube of fiberglass, a millimeter in diameter. It was then sent to the Russia. They put a conducting wire in the tube. The Japanese, to prove their superiority, bored a hole through the wore.
    Finally, it was sent to India. It came back without any apparent change.
    "Well, what have you done?" asked everybody.
    "Look here," said the Indian, putting the wire under a microscope. Clearly visible were the words "Made in India."