Friday, August 27, 2010

The story of Monu

There was this boy called Monu. He was born on the 24 February 1997. He lived in India and came to Singapore in the year 2000. He has been living there ever since. He went to Evergreen Primary School and came to School of Science and Technology.

There was this boy called Harsh. He was born on the 24 February 1997. He lived in India and came to Singapore in the year 2000. He has been living there ever since. He went to Evergreen Primary School and came to School of Science and Technology.


Eh... How come same story? Here is the twist. Monu and Harsh are the SAME person. This guy was called Monu for the first 1 or so months of his life. Then his name changed to Harsh. Now what do they mean, you ask. Ok, here is the deal. I was born on a Monday, and in Hindi, Monday = Mangalwar. So Monu was derived for Mangalwar. What about Harsh? Well, Harsh means happiness in Hindi. Unfortunately, it means  unpleasantly rough or jarring to the sensescruel or severe in English. It also means grim, hostile, jarring, etc. So if you were wondering about my name part, Here it has been clarified


Cheers

3 comments:

Craig Lim H.Y. said...

Every name is unique, no matter how common. No name means something bad, so don't take it into heart.

Tor Ming En said...

You are actually called Hrsh, not Harsh. So don't worry about it :D

Harsh Seth said...

@Ming En: How do you know? And yeah You are correct
@Craig: Thx!

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