So who is a threat to whom may I ask? But then we are talking about religious monks and pious Hindu ladies so we shall end any dirty thoughts right now…Out! Out! Out! However we are free to talk about hormonally ravaged Indian youth, so here goes. During our Pilani years we had a similar rule on campus but without the signs, mind you (the threat of being sent home for a semester was enough). The guys’ hostel was out of bound for us girls and vice versa. Well almost! But that's another story for another day. This rule was based on the simple assumption that any room with a bed was automatically a den of carnality and therefore needed to be off limits to the opposite sex. By the same token empty the class rooms, labs, rest rooms, libraries, corridors, temple grounds or even that dark wooded area behind the temple were deemed perfectly safe. So gentle reader, which places on campus do you think saw the most action?
And just in case you did not find the above funny enough, here is a video of yours truly with friends. It’s a 40 second, sound less clip…the lack of audio makes the last few seconds precious!
And yes, I need to pass this on...so here it goes to Kumari and Joy Forever.
* neighbourhood aunt literally, used to describe any nosy lady in the neighbourhood.