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Santa Singh needed some money desperately. Banta Tells him that if he prays to Shivji in a temple, his prayers would surely be answered.
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So Santa goes to a Shiva temple. The temple had a large Lord Shiva statue.
Santa closes his eyes, bows his head, joins his hands and says his prayer.
Santa: "Ho Jee tussee itne vadde ho. Itne mahan ho. Saannoo 100 rupayen chahiye. Kripa karo."
The priest sees Santa praying. He wants to help Santa but knows that a Sikh will never accept the money.
So he drops a 100-rupee note, from Behind the statue, so that Santa can not see him.
After Santa had says his prayers, and opens his eyes. He sees the note and thinks that god has listened to his prayers.
He takes the note and goes away.
However he is back again next day for money. Now the priest is really Annoyed with Santa.
The Priest decides that he is not going to give any more money to Santa.
He changes the big Shivji statue with a smaller one of Ganapathi that Day. Once again Santa goes to the prayer room.
However he does not notice The difference. Santa closes his eyes, bows his head, joins his hands and Says his prayer.
Santa: "Ho Jee tussee itne vadde ho. Itne mahan ho. Ajj to saannoo 50 rupayen hi chahiye. Kirpa karo."
After that he slowly opens his eyes and does not find any money. So he lowers his demand a bit.
Santa: "O papa jee tussee itne vadde ho. Itne mahan ho. Asee 10 Rupayen me hi kaam chala lenge. Kirpa karo jee."
Again he slowly opens his eyes and does not find any money. He slowly Raises his head and now notices the small Ganapathi statue.
He carefully Looks left and then right, and then slowly moves a bit forward near the statue.
Then he whispers to the statue: "Oye Puttar, Papa kitthe hein ??!!
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