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Ajay K
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Happy 2018 to All.
Ghost Stories from ajonverge

Mysterious Lady Asking For A Lift on 2017-12-13

Hope all is well. This is a ghostly encounter that my Dad had long back in the late 80's. He had narrated this to me a few years ago. My Dad (RIP) was a TV technician and often returned home really late at night on his Yezdi Bike. The house that we stayed in was a few paces from the main road. So he...

"may I Step Out?" on 2017-12-11

Today I wish to share with you a story which was narrated by my grandma many years ago. They used to live in their native place in Pen, Panvel, Maharashtra, India during those days around 1950s. My grandma was just a child then. In those times, in India, there were huge joint families and it w...

Hard Letting Go! on 2017-12-06

Today I wish to share with you something that happened in 2006. This is going to be a long account, so kindly be patient. I used to stay in Thane, Mumbai, India. The building was a new construction and the flat we stayed in was the only one built yet. The market road was just a few paces away an...

Warding Off The Evil Eye! on 2017-11-27

Hope All's good when you find yourself reading this. I was around 13-14 year old when I had this experience. This happened in Lonavala, a beautiful hill station in the Western Ghats in the state of Maharashtra, India. FYI, this is an absolutely serene peaceful town with a small local populatio...

Play And Drown on 2017-11-10

Hey Folks! I'm Ajay from Mumbai. This last week I have read so many stories here on YGS and I thoroughly enjoyed most. Thank You for sharing. I wanted to post an experience I had when I was just a kid in 1998 (14 Year Old) when I used to stay in Thane City (Adjacent to Mumbai) in India. Almost eve...

Last 20 posts from ajonverge
I second Jubeele here. My thoughts exactly. Most probably wasn't a soul which would cause harm but a lost one indeed. If what u feel is true, may be it moved on somehow. Peace be upon him.
Date: 2018-01-01
Wow This seems like a great New Year After Party. Cheers to all. And a very happy new year.
Date: 2018-01-01
Melda: Wishing you & family a very happy and prosperous 2018. Hope you had fun at new years. I can't wait for the india south africa cricket tour to begin. Would be eagerly awaiting your insights as well when the season starts. All in good humour. Anyway, just thought of dropping a line wishing a happy new year. Stay blessed.
Rex-T, Jubeele: Happy 2018 to 2 of my favorite people here on YGS. REX, Yes I just can't wait for the IndVsSA encounter. I was out of town at one of my uncles in Nashik. There were all my uncles aunts and their kids along with my mom for bew years. On my way back home. Should reach in another couple hours. Had a blast with food and drinks and games. I also did some mimicry for them hosting a quiz show and everyone went nuts laughing. It was some great fun. And Jubeele thank you for your kind invite for food. I wish I could join in. May be some day. ๐Ÿ˜˜. Or U guys can visit us here in India if you have any plans. Anyway, u r always in my prayers. Hope this new year brings you great health, wealth and peace. Cheers.
discerninguser: Theres no way for me to prove anything here neither do I need to. YOUR view is yours and MINE is mine. I do respect it. Theres just a possibility though. I believe u used the word MAY BE in your comment. Thats makes u unsure as well. Well if u think of it as a script, lemme kno if it can make a gud short movie then. ๐Ÿ˜‰. Have a blessed new year.
discerninguser: Happy New Year to One and All. Have an awesome 2018.
Date: 2017-12-24
Merry Christmas to you and family.
Hope all is well. Sorry just been busy these days with the new job I joined. Have a lovely week.
Jubeele: Yes, Crows have specific importance in the Hindu Mythology. I found this amazing page which sheds some light on this.


Also, wishing you a MERRY CHRISTMAS.
Melda there's some level of camaraderie that the IPL has managed to instill in players of different countries. Mind u that I am not a 20 over cricket fan. I'm old fashioned that way and test cricket remains the most dear form to me. But U won't believe the level of emotional support that ABD for example has had in India over these years. Even Warner for that matter. And that spirit of belonging transpires when india plays against other nations.
Rex-T, India and Australia have had some nasty moments in the past but the media sometimes overdoes it and crosses the line. Theres hardly any enmity between the players when they play IPL together. And its just a fantastic feeling. In the end, cricket should always win. Peace.
Also, most Hindus also have this kind of a fortnight every year generally during august sept or oct month based on the lunar calendar called "Pitru Paksha". A small puja is conducted in rememberance of ancestors and lavish food is prepared and offered to CROWS first. So, that's the Hungry Ghost Month for us. ๐Ÿ˜Š
Jubeele: Wow that's a great narration. Thank you for sharing it with us. I checked out some images of houses on Cairnhill road and that kind of helped me to imagine the house you mentioned here. Your Grandma sounds lovely. Lots and love and respect for the woman of the house. Actually a similar thing happened in one of my friends house as well. This was back in the 90s when people visited there for night outs. A few of those were woken up rudely by slaps on their faces only to find no one around. I spent a few nights there myself studying with my pal but I never had such an experience. Or who knows I was such a deep sleeper then I could have slept through an earthquake. Mystery it shall beยก
Melda: I'm not a fanatic too. Though a do like checking the scores every now and then. And with ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ doing good currently, I don't mind watching sometimes when the national team is playing. I'm glad u enjoy your cricket as well. I can bet it was all due to Kallis. ๐Ÿ˜‰. Anyway thank you for humoring me. May the best team win. Till then take care
Rex-T: I would have said Kohli but I feel Rohit Sharma is true to his form too. I will definitely miss Virender Sehwag though. I still distinctly remember his triple ton against SA in 2009. He was one of the most explosive batter I have had the fortune to watch live.
I would certainly pay to see that contest. Indian team is travelling to SA end of this month. It would be great to watch India playing outside India. And ABD rocks. Kallis was awesome too. I still remember the cover drives he hit almost sitting down. I'm sorry you missed your chance with Kallis. ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ˜˜ โค
Date: 2017-12-18
Im sorry for your loss. Its fascinating that your grandpa was signalling the impending demise. But you should also feel thankful that you actually experienced the final goodbye even when you were physically not there. Grandma did say the final goodbye to her favorite one I guess.
Date: 2017-12-18
Meghana23: Probably the right question would be what would have happened had your grandpa given her a ride? Anyway he didnt, so it could be just a random nuisance from the spirit possibly. In most of experiences like this, I have observed that there are 2 reactions. One to be kind and other to ignore and flee. Theres no wrong there because you can't predict what will happen. I'm glad he was back to normal after the puja. May him rest in peace
Date: 2017-12-18
Jubeele: One of my favorite cricketers is Steve Waugh. I was lucky to have been able to watch him on the field. Absolutely calm and composed. N I remember his farewell. So my steve smiths 200 predication came true. Should have put down some money on that ๐Ÿ˜‰. Neway peace.

Meghana23: You may ask questions here. I would be happy to answer with what I know about it. ๐Ÿ˜Š
Jubeele: Hi, hope alls good there. As mentioned in my previous comments, it may be any one of the reasons for the bridal dress. Take care.
Melda: I will most probably get the heck out of there as well in that scenario. It sure could be a consuming experience.

How are you mate? Hope alls good. I did find an email. Yes. ๐Ÿ˜‰. Aus beat eng in the 2nd test. Steve Smith got a double. So a double blow for england. Hope they do better in the next games. Seems they have their work cut out for them. Anyway, nice hearing from you. Keep in touch
Rook: if it was a blessing I couldn't say because I was just a toddler at that point in time.