Thursday, March 10, 2011

बकैती !

Those who've known Nanga Fakir are well aware of his almost obsessive, bordering-on-the-creepy, hero worship of SatyaVrat.

Now the august company of The Hindu joins him. (Link: Join the rationalists online or over chai.)

The link above is The Hindu's profile of that mysterious master belletrist, gonzo-street-fighting-philosopher-on-the-loose, who's vowed to hound the dark forces of ignorance and irrationality, corner them, capture them and then bijli dance them to death.


Too bad he doesn't blog more often - despite promises to himself of maintaining a one-post-a-fortnight schedule.

Perhaps this is his way of telling us that he is also human. What a relief! And yet, what a disappointment.


ankurpandey said...

I was really waiting to see what does article translates to in Dwivedian

There are some 3 things I wrote since the last blog post, but aalas & aatmsanshay, u know :)

(and as u'd have guessed, from SatyaVrat back to ankurpandey is not without reason)

Nanga Fakir said...

As before, what a relief! And yet, what a disappointment.

Safari Al said...

Pandu, has developed several other (or maybe existing, but unknown to me) qualities. Some of which he described the last I met him.

Pandu is da man!!!

Nanga Fakir said...

Let me in on the secret!

Arvind Krishna said...

@Nanga Fakir: You should join FB if only to catch up on all the gossip. Abhra getting some stud level fellowship from Yahoo!, Nitesh going out with Ronkini and SatyaVrat organizing candlelight vigils at IISc.

Nanga Fakir said...

@AK: *is glum*

NF, the poor outcast!