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50 things that will take you back to your Childhood days

in: Lifestyle

Childhood DaysHaving born in the first half of eighties, I am one of the millions of Indians who grew up watching Doordarshan, reading Nagraj and Super Commando Dhurv comics, playing WWF Trump cards game, listening Philips walkman and doing many crazy stuffs which would be alien to the children of the current generation. Can you imagine, I spent?my childhood without Play Stations, mp3,? I-Pods, video games,?100s of?Cable TV channels, DVD’s, Computers, Laptops, Internet, Mobile?etc. How did I survive growing up in the ?80’s and 90’s? Today, I am going to share some old memories, images and many other stuffs that will bring back to you some childhood memories. Let’s see 50 things that will take you back to your Childhood days.

1. Gold Spot (Used to be one of my favorite drinks in early 90s). It had a catchy punch line – “The Zing Thing.”


2. Doordarshan Screensaver :: You remember the “Doordarshan” Screen saver – i.e. nothing on TV , come back later. and the background music— ta na na na na na.

Doordarshan Screensaver

3. Vicco Turmeric Ad :: This is another very common ad that used to be on tv for auyervedic cream, Vicco Turmeric! and the song went like this “Vicco Turmeric, Vicco cosmetic, Vicco turmeric ayurvedic cream ”

vicco turmeric

4. Nirma Washing Power Ad ::??“Washing powder Nirma, Washing powder Nirma Doodh si safedi, Nirma se aayi”.

Nirma Washing Power

?5. Budiya ke baal :: Remember those pink colored fluffy cotton candies that the street hawker used to bring in a pack of six. He would come after school hours and make announcements in cacophonous though sweet voice,?‘budhiya ke baal lelo……’!

Budiya ke baal

?6. Brown Cover on Books :: Do you remember creating brown paper book covers for your new school books at the beginning of each school year?? You make the folds, crease them, and fit the book into the newly made cover.

brown paper wrapped books

7. White Bata PT Shoes on Saturdays ::?Everyone wore these shoes for “PT period.” on Saturdays. When these shoes were dirty, we would paint them with white shoe paint.

Bata PT Shoes

?8. Milton Water Bottle :: Part of every school kid’s arsenal – along with a giant backpack and a lunchbox – essential for dealing with hot days at school. Given how hard the insulated shells were, they also became weapons in any fights that broke out. Somewhere around 6th standard it became really uncool to carry one around and everyone stopped.

milton water bottle

9. Big Fun Cricket Cards :: Big Fun was one of the most popular chewing gums during the Eighties. It used to offer a series of collectible pictures of cricketing stars along with the bubblegum wrapper. Along with the pictures, there was also runs/wickets which the kids would collect and keep score. At the end of the sales promotion, the kids can exchange the scores with some gifts like comics and goodies. Those were the days of Kapil Dev, Viv Richards, Michael Holding, Sunil Gavaskar, Dilip Vengsarkar, Ravi Shastri etc.

?Big Fun Card

10. Chacha Chaudhary :: One of the most popular Indian comic book characters. An old man whose attire comprised of a red turban, a wooden stick, a waistcoat with a double inside pocket, and a pocket watch. His household consisted of his wife Bini (Chachi), a faithful street dog called Rocket and a giant called Sabu. According to the comic his brain was” sharper than a needle and faster than a super-computer!”

chacha Chaudhary

11. Mango Frooti :: Mango Frooti…fresh n juicy!


12. Nataraj Pencil & Camel Instrument Box :: The famous black and red Natraj pencils and Camlin?instrument/compass box.


13. Fountain Pen and Chelpark Ink ::?After Std.?4, I remember, I had switch from?pencils to “fountain pens.” Fountain pens had to be re-filled once a day which meant we all carried little ink bottles. This also meant lots of white uniforms with spilled ink!

chelpark ink

14. Barf Ka Gola :: Remember eating Barf Ka Gola after school hours.

Barf Ka Gola

15. Onida Devil :: The centerpiece of television brand Onida’s marketing campaign – a green-accessoried devil for the tagline “Neighbour’s Envy, Owner’s Pride”

Onida TV

16. Hero Hansa :: I remember, I got my first Cycle, Here Hansa?when I was in sixth standard. My school was 3-4?Km far and I used this cycle to go to school in the morning.

Hero Hansa

17. Inland Letter Card and Post Card :: How many of you have used these cards?

Inland letter Card

Post Card

18. Uncle Chips :: Bole mere lips, Uncle Chips!!!

Uncle Chips

19. Rasna Girl ::??I love you Rasna.

Rasna Girl

20. Ek Titli :: This was a video called ‘Ek titli’ (one butterfly), an attempt at explaining the importance of unity to children. It used to be screened in every possible break on DoorDarshan. It’s an elaborate animation of a girl telling her younger brother a story in the form of a song. Highly entertaining and inspirational.

ek titli

?21. VCP/VCR :: Last time in 1998, I saw a movie using VCP. A VCP is a player only, it can play VHS tapes but not record. A VCR can play and record.


22. Audio Cassettes :: Audio cassettes were a door to a new world of music. These allowed us to take our music from our homes, to our cars and even on walks. This was the beginning of a music revolution.

Audio Cassettes

23. Camera and their rolls :: Each photo clicked after a lot of thought, to ensure no money was wasted when getting a 36 photo roll developed.

Yashica Camera



24. Old Black & White TV :: We had a 21 inch 10 channel Black & White TV, manufactured by ‘Beltek’. Television programs used to come on TV for only 4 hours a day, with only one channel to choose from.

Beltek TV

25. Rooh Afza :: Rooh Afza was a bottle of Sharbat filled with water lily and rose extracts, raisins, fruits and a whole lot of other exotic goodies. It’s best had with cold milk and one ice cube. This was often served during parties.


?26. Baba Sehgal :: Thanda Thanda Pani, Aaja meri Ghadi mein baith ja. First Indian Rap star.

baba sehgal

27. Nandan, Champak, Balhans, Parag, Bal Bharati,?Suman Saurabh, Cricket Samrat, Sportsstar ::

children magazines in India

28. Do you remember Raja, Mantri, Chor, Sipahi game?

The game requires you to make 4 paper chits and write Chor (thief), Sipahi (police), Raja (king) and Mantri (minister). The chits will then be folded and one of the 4 players will toss the chits for each one of the four players to pick one. All the players will then secretly open thier chits and read what they have got. The player who gets the chit with Mantri written on it will say…”Sipahi Sipahi Chor Ko Pakdo”. The Sipahi has to guess between the two unidentified players so far. If the Sipahi guesses correctly, the chor is punished. His wrist is hit by the Sipahi usually with his two fingers. However, if Sipahi makes a mistake in identifying the chor he is wrapped instead on his wrist by the Mantri.


29. Kanche nahi khela to kya khela ??


30. The great game of Pitto ::

The game begins as one team throws the ball at the tower of 7-8 stones from about 7-10 meters away, trying to knock it over. If the thrower misses the tower, he is out for the rest of the game, and another player from the same team tries to throw.

If the tower is knocked over, the opposite team must retrieve the ball, and throw it at the first team, trying to hit then all out of the game one at a time. In the meantime the team which knocked over the tower must reconstruct it, avoiding the ball, of course. The second team may not run with the ball, but may only pass it around, seeking better position to hit out of the first team. This continues until either the first team is eliminated or the tower is reconstructed, whereupon the team cries Pitto and gets one point.

After this, the teams change positions, and the game may be played for as many rounds as desired.


31. Ambassador Car :: My first car ride.


32. Vivid Bharati on Philips Radio ::? ‘Sangeet Sarita’, ‘Bhule Bisre Geet’, Hawa Mahal, ‘Jaimala’, ‘Inse Miliye’, ‘Bioscope ki Baatein’?‘Chhaya Geet’ and many more programmes which I used to listen on this Philips radio.

Philips Radio

33. Candy Cigarettes:: My favorite Cigarettes

candy cigarettes

34. He-Man – masters of the universe! tun tun ta tara tun tun. He-Man! I HAVE THE POWER!!


35. Burnol :: A great cream for all type of burns.


36. Complan :: I was a Complan boy!!!


37. Prabhu Deva’s dance in?Ham se hai Muqabala ::


38. Ramayana & Mahabharat :: My favorite TV serials.

ramayan and mahabharat

40. Pranny Roy and his “The World this week”


41. Kites :: I still remember buying and flying those beautiful Kites.


42. School Prayers ::

Hum ko man ki shakti dena

Aye malik tere bande ham

Itni shakti hamein dena daata

43. Sketch Pens :: Gateway to art and creativity.


44. Hindi Comics ::??I remember my chlidhood when we all friends waited for new releases of nagraj,dhruv, doga, ram-rahim etc.?I used to rent?the comics of my favorite characters. Now?the tradition of renting comic, story books and children’s magazines has almost vanished?from the society.??Reading habit is vanishing among kids. The continuous declining readership is also threatening the survival of these few leftover comics shops that are engaged in the business of rented comic and story books.


45. Rapidex English Speaking Course


46. WWF Trump Cards ::

WWF Trump Cards

47. Chaat Samose?ki Dukaan ::


48. Titanic ka Scene ::

titanic scene

49. Sunday evening movie :: The highlight of a typical week of TV viewing was the Sunday evening movie.

Sunday Movie

50. Plyaing Cricket ::


51. Ludo and Snake :: Ludo??is a board game for two to four players, in which the players race their four tokens from start to finish according to die rolls.


Snake Game

52. Hide & Seek (Chuppa Chuppi ) :: Hiding yourself from the?world.

We didn’t have facebook or orkut that time but we had REAL FRIENDS!!!! We called on friends to come out to play, never rang the doorbell, just went around the backdoor – We played with sticks and stones, played Chor-Police, hide and seek, soccer, Cricket, over and over again.


53. Carrom :: The game of carrom, one of the most popular indoor games, is said to be played in India for more than a century


54. World Reciever Radio?:: Pocket-sized world receiver radio imported from China via Nepal.

World Receiver

55. Philips Pocket Radio ::


56. Philips Walkman :: Since the advent of the iPod, we’ve all come to take this for granted, but it was one of the most popular electronic gadgets in 80s and 90s.

57. Signature Tune of Doordarshan?::


58. Doordarshan News Readers ::

Avinash Kaur Sarin?Geetanjali Aiyar?Kaveri Mukherjee

Needhi Ravindran?prannoy roy?Sarala Maheshwari

Shobhana Jagdish?Suneet Tandon?Ved Prakash

59. Cartoon Days :: I still remember Talespin, Duck Tales, Jungle Book.

Old DD Cartoons

60. Baje Sargam :: ?In my childhood, I used to get bored after watching this video again and again on Doordarshan. But now I have understood the its importance. See! how beautifully it captures the brilliant and rich culture of India!

61. Mario Video/TV Games :: Being a kid in the Nineties was so much fun, much before the advent of the PlayStation, XBOX and the PC Games. Some of my favorite games were Mario and Spartan X.


62. CIET Tarang, Tarram too, Katori, Bandar, Laal Bhujakkad Chacha :: Around 10 AM in the morning, there used to come an educational series called CIET’s Tarang. I loved the craft shows in it. Laal Bujhakkad chacha was the most popular character of this series. He was a bearded old fellow whom two kids approached whenever they had any query pertaining to how things work .



Tarram too

63. Philips Tape Recorder ::


64. Circus :: Great source of entertainment. Had clowns, acrobats, trained animals, trapeze acts, musicians, hoopers, tightrope walkers, jugglers, unicyclists and other stunt-oriented artists.

gemini circus

65. Denga Pani Game :: A very simple game where you need to touch the players from the opposition who are safe only on the higher ground. If they venture on the lower groud, they will be chased by you. Once you touch the person he is out and has to move to the lower ground with his place taken up by you.

Denga Pani

66. Aaj Tak on DD Metro :: In 1995, a 20-minute news digest called ‘Aaj Tak’ started on DD Metro. Those days, people used to actually watch DD Metro! Aaj Tak soon became popular due to its smart presentation in crisp Hindi. From that 20 minutes weekdays spot, Aaj Tak grew into a 24 hours News Channel in 6 years and today Aaj Tak is no. 1 Hindi news channel.

Aaj Tak on DD-Metro

67. Miss World and Miss Universe :: For the first time, I came to know about these titles in 1994 when Sushmita Sen and Aiswarya Roy won Miss Universe and Miss World title respectively.


68. Lambretta Scooter :: When I was very small, I used to go to school on this scooter (with my dad). ??


69. TV Antenna :: Early 80’s to mid 90’s was the time where buying a Television without antenna was unthinkable and almost all the Indian homes were decorated with these antennas on their roof as if?they were?crowns to their heads.


70. Lantern ::


71. Singer Sewing Machine :: I wonder how many of you have seen this machine in your home.?


72. Old Brands :: They all have lost their old charm and lustre on long run.

Promise Toothpaste



binaca toothpaste

Shadi aur tumse huhhhhhhhh kabhie nahi?(gussa vich) (After eating pan pasand) Shadi aur tumse hmmmmm kabhie nahin

sooooooo nostalgic…

pan pasand

73. One more news Reader :: Remember this news reader, a pretty woman with?signature rose in her hair. Salma Sultan, the woman who ruled the small screen (Doordarshan)?as a newsreader for over two-and-a-half decades. A rose became synonymous with her and news reading.

salma sultan

74. Our Superheroes ::


chacha chaudhary?dhruv?crook bond

Ram Rahim?Doga?phantom

75. Lattu :: Do you remember spinning a lattu on your palm? It is a solid turnip shaped wooden toy with a grooved lower half with two nails dug at the top and the bottom. A cotton string is wrapped around the lower half of the lattu. The lattu is then thrown on the ground with a jerk and the string is pulled out as the lattu moves round. Once you are good at spinning the lattu you can try spinning lattu on your palm.


Below is an excerpt taken off my mail box and it’s absolutely correct.

When Gulli-Danda & Kanche (marbles) were more popular than cricket.
When we always had friends to play aais-paais (I Spy), chhepan-chhepai
& pitthoo anytime … When we desperately waited for ‘Yeh Jo Hai
Jindagi’ (Doordarshan serial)
When chitrahaar, vikram-baitaal, Dada Daadi Ki Kahaniyaan were so fulfilling.
When there was just one Tv in every five houses and…
When Bisleris were not sold in the trains and we were worrying if papas will get back into the train in time or not when they were getting down at stations to fill up the water bottle …
When we were going to bed by 9.00pm sharp except for the ‘Yeh Jo Hai Jindagi’ day …
When Holis & Diwalis meant mostly hand-made pakwaans and sweets and moms seeking our help while preparing them …
When Maths teachers were not worried of our Mummies and papas while slapping/beating us …
When we were exchanging comics and stamps and Chacha-Chaudaris & Billus were our heroes …
When we were in Nanihaals every summer and loved flying kites and plucking and eating unripe mangoes and leechies …
When one movie every Sunday evening on television was more than asked for and ‘ek do teen chaar’ and ‘Rajani’ inspired us …
When 50 paisa meant at least 10 toffees …
When left over pages of the last years notebooks were used for rough work or even fair work …
When ‘Chelpark’ and ‘Natraaj’ were encouraged against ‘Reynolds
& family’ …
When the first rain meant getting drenched and playing in water and mud and making ‘kaagaj ki kishtis’ …
When there were no phones to tell friends that we will be at their homes at six in the evening …
When our parents always had 15 paise blue colored ‘Antardesis’ and 5 paise machli wale stamps at home …
When we remembered tens of jokes and were not finding ‘ice-cream & papa’ type jokes foolish enough to stop us from laughing …
When we were not seeing patakhes on Diwalis and gulaals on
Holis as air and noise polluting or allergic agents …
The list can be endless …
On the serious note I would like to summarize with …
When we were using our hearts more than our brains, even for scientifically brainy activities like ‘thinking’ and ‘deciding’ …
When we were crying and laughing more often, more openly and more sincerely ..
When we were enjoying our present more than worrying about our future …
When being emotional was not synonymous to being weak …
When sharing worries and happiness didn’t mean getting vulnerable to the listener …
When blacks and whites were the favorite colors instead of greys …
When journeys also were important and not just the destinations …
When life was a passenger’s sleeper giving enough time and opportunity to enjoy the sceneries from its open and transparent glass windows instead of some
super fast’s second ac with its curtained, closed and dark windows …
I really miss them…don’t You?

  • 1

    Iam happy

    satya narayana on October 21st, 2012
  • 2

    Amazing collection. Even I am born in first half of eighties…thanks for this huge collection…keep up you good work..

    MrTechpathi on October 23rd, 2012
  • 3

    incredible ,you are to good ,we can only say incredible India thank you so much …….. i love those days thanx…thanx.

    nashrin on October 24th, 2012
  • 4

    bahut khoob
    phir se bachpan yaad dila dia
    wo ramayan dekhne ke liye sir se chhutti
    ravivar ki rangoli
    shakti shakti shaktiman..
    meri pahli atlus cycle
    bye the way we used to play a game called cheeeee…….
    kanchon ka to main master tha, han patang udana mujhe aaj tak nahi aaya.
    miss those great moment…
    bade hue hi kyon ?

    nishant on October 24th, 2012
  • 5

    I’m really enjoying the design and layout of your website. It’s a very easy on the eyes which makes it much more pleasant for me to come here and visit more often. Did you hire out a designer to create your theme? Great work!

    Your website is awesome.. and this article on 80’s and 90’s world is fantastic…

    Keep blogging..

    sunil gupta on October 25th, 2012
  • 6

    Kabhi pehli baar school jaane mein darr lagta tha,
    Aaj har rasta khud hi chunthe hain..!

    Kabhi mummy-papa ki har baat sacchi lagti thi, Aaj
    unhi se jhooth bolte hai..!!

    Kabhi chhoti si chot kitna rulati thi,
    Aaj dil toot jata hai phr bi sambhal jaate hai !!

    Pehle dost bas saath khelne tak yaad rehte the,
    Aaj kuch dost jaan se zyada pyare lagte hai..!!

    Ek din tension ka meaning maa se puchna padtatha,
    Or aaj tension soulmate lagta hai..!!

    Ekdin tha jab pal mein ladna pal mein manana to
    roz ka kam tha,

    Aaj ek baar jo juda hue toh rishte tak kho jate

    Sachi,zindagi ne bahut kuch sikhadiya..!!
    Na jaane rabb ne humko itna jaldi bada kyun bana


    Yuvraj on October 26th, 2012
  • 7

    everything is good and highly creative,but peoples stars looking back when they see nothing good in present.
    if abhisays post a happy moment photos of events after their joining job then it will be more worthy.

    advaita on October 27th, 2012
  • 8


    This is not a personal blog so you will never see anything personal here. However, your logic regarding remembering past memories is completely bizarre and weird. I have never expected such a comment on this article. Anyway, thanks for reading and commenting.

    abhishek on October 27th, 2012
  • 9

    i am not talking about personel something in generlised way like childhood memories is presented here. same 50 memories of job life of these peoples.

    advaita on October 28th, 2012
  • 10

    ok.. I got your point. Thanks!

    abhishek on October 29th, 2012
  • 11

    Aankhon mein agar WEBCAM hota to tasviron ko receive kar sakte

    dimaag mein agar PRINTER hota to khayaalon ka PRINT OUT nikaal lete

    man mein agar BLUETOOTH hota to bhavnaayon ko TRANSFER kar dete

    dil agar CPU hota to sabki yaadon ko SAVE kar sakte

    dhadkan mein PENDRIVE hoti to,zindagi ka BACKUP le lete

    zindagi ek COMPUTER hoti,to bachpan RESTART kar lete.

    Saurabh on November 9th, 2012
  • 12

    Man amazing collection..nostalgic….how come u got all these together??? i was born in 1986…pity on today’s children..always indulged in surfing and cartoons..they’er not having a gr8 childhood as we had…

    Prasanna on November 18th, 2012
  • 13

    yado ka sahara na hota hum chod ke duniya chal dete

    jo aaj hai wo kal nahi hoga jo kal tha wo aaj nahi

    dev raj on November 18th, 2012
  • 14

    It was a delight going nearly four decades down memory lane. Going down further, we are sure to find Phool Khilen Hain Gulshan Gulshan,Patanwala’s Afghan Snow (Face Cream), Ovaltene, Protinex, Sharkoferol (Health drinks and tonics), Pratima Puri (DD Newsreader), Vinod Dua (host of DD’s poplar Sunday programme ‘Fursat Mein’)and many more. Thanks for all that nostalgic stuff.
    By the way, there are 75 items in this site as against 50 mentioned in the title.

    Rajnish Manga on December 1st, 2012
  • 15

    Good…. ??

    Triple-S HAryanvi on December 11th, 2012
  • 16

    This is a nice collection! Very nostalgic! No matter how people judge it but sometimes heart really cries to go back to those days when we grew up n to those gullies where we grew up! One set of very ordinary new clothes on Eid gave so much joy… playing cricket with a home made bat… asking dad for 25/50 paise daily as pocket money… riding rented bicycle… waiting eagerly for exams to finish and start of summer vacation, preparing to catch early morning train from Allahabad to Faizabad, travelling in general coach sitting on wooden seats… eating ground nut in winter nights with all my brothers sister… first black n white tv in our home, waiting for chitrahaar on wednesdays… playing in hot summer afternoons n then resting under that old neem tree which stands no more today… making paper toys… saving 5 paise 10 paise 25 paise coins in earthen piggy banks (Gullak) and taking out coins with a small stick to buy something… Drinking water from earthen pots during summers… roads were so deserted during afternoon. Even a passing motorbike was a thing to look at! Going to neighbors house for watching movie on VCR!
    Everything is better now but heart is strange! It longs for the bygone days! A comfortable life in Singapore is not as sweet as the difficult times of childhood!

    Ata Abbas on January 3rd, 2013
  • 17

    In the sketch pen image, you have used camlin, ekco was popular in bangalore at that time.

    I thank you for compiling this beautiful post.

    Shrivathsa on January 6th, 2013
  • 18

    Awesome…Really enjoyed !

    Abeesh Thomas on January 11th, 2013
  • 19

    Really marvelous and epic post, which today’s young ones cannot get, and even realized. Those days were great which even thinking of those, fills our heart with zeal and happiness. Time was not easy, and can say it was hard nut to crack, but still contentment and simplicity were the charm at that time. Today we have lots of entertainment options, but seems emotions and sentiments has lost for everybody. At that time, desire was also limited but now desire has changed to avarice. No body feels contented, and continue to get more and more. Just we can remind those days and feels proud that we have lived in those.

    But moving and cope with current situation is essential, hence we all are going with current air. Still it was very nice post and thanx to you for wet us with water of history.


    Neeraj on January 24th, 2013
  • 20

    Really dost pura bachpan yaad diladi…. Esa laga jese o waqt firse agaya ho. Thanx dost thanks a lot..

    Saroj on January 28th, 2013
  • 21

    truelyyyy i miss those days <3 <3
    thnqq for these page …..!!!!

    kittu on February 3rd, 2013
  • 22

    My memories revived…..
    wonderfull collection.keep adding.

    vaibhav gupta on February 3rd, 2013
  • 23

    So nice bachhpan yad aagya.

    Deepak on February 8th, 2013
  • 24

    And what about HIPOLIN washing powder ad

    Himanshu on February 16th, 2013
  • 25

    after seeing it i am speechless .Great thing.

    sushil kumar sahu on February 19th, 2013
  • 26

    I always loved He-Man. I have actually seen my kids watching episodes I have never seen on the updated version. Some things stand the test of time.

    Rohan on March 1st, 2013
  • 27

    Its an amazing collection.. so nice memories came back..
    I miss you my childhood.. miss you a lot. ??

    Aniket on March 11th, 2013
  • 28

    did u forget NIRODH? he he he

    kiran on March 18th, 2013
  • 29

    The old cartoons are making a comeback today. There are networks and movies that are coming out with updated versions of characters from 20 and 30 years ago. Some things are timeless I guess.

    Nancy on March 26th, 2013
  • 30

    Really nice collection of stuff, really brings back some memories

    Nick on April 1st, 2013
  • 31

    You forgot the FLOP SHOW …it was great btw nice collection made me nostalgic

    Rishabh on April 16th, 2013
  • 32

    nice collection

    Dhanraj on April 27th, 2013
  • 33

    i loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee this moment
    becuse i missssssssssssssssssss my past day………………………………. this is my sweet lifeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee without tension in life…………….. we go to school and come to home. and than play game with my friends……………….
    i am mahesh thapa i am from dehradun and my date of birth 25.01.1990. . i want many friends. will you friends ship with me dear?

    MAHESH THAPA on May 9th, 2013
  • 34

    An those were the days, Thanks for bringing back the old memories.

    Srikanth on June 11th, 2013
  • 35

    Ah those were the days, Thanks for bringing back the old memories.

    Srikanth on June 11th, 2013
  • 36

    I am really happy and impressed….seeing such a nice collection…..

    I was really smiling while going through all this stuff.. thanks for reminding our childhood days….

    Amit Garg on August 30th, 2013
  • 37

    Anybody still got those Big Fun Cricket Cards? Or any other Trading Cards?

    Kalyan Negal on January 21st, 2014
  • 38

    lovely were those days…. will never come back….. thanks for making cherish the golden days … ??

    sunil bhagwat on May 29th, 2014
  • 39

    I liked it very much. It is valuable to me. A beautiful glance of my past which is price-less. All the points here I was there. Please keep sharing. I can remember, ‘Gul gulshan gulfam serial, Indira gandhi cremation live on television, A kind of robot, serial, which comes out from a secret place and fight. My uncle kept watching, Rajat Thapar, world this week etc, which I hated the most. we did not have so many entertainment materials that time. Albeit I am happy to be with those. I was mad about marbles, kites, pintu(u said pitto), It made me laughing now.Since, I never follow any academic discipline except enjoying the life full fledged. Cricket special bowling. Another best was Carom, football and chess come after that. Now a days few boys can expect to be so close to nature, trees, ponds, river, fishing whole heartily as I did that time. you made me emotional really. Sorry I have no photos. Oh: let me check those negatives I kept in my head.

    Sandip Mahato on June 25th, 2014
  • 40

    Jab bachpan tha to javani ek Dream tha,
    Javan hue to bachpan ek jamana tha,
    Jab ghar me rehte the to azadi achi lagti thi,
    Aaj azadi hai fir bhi ghar jane ko jaldi rehti hai,
    Kabhi hotel me jana Pizza,Barger khana pasand tha,
    Aaj ghar par aana aur maa ke hatho ka khana pasand hai,
    School me jinke sath jhagadhte the,
    Aaj unko hi internet par talaste hai,
    Khusi kisme hoti hai ye pata ab chala hai,
    Bachpan kya tha uska ehsas ab hua,
    Kash badal sakte jindegi ke kuch sal,
    Kas ji sakte ham jindegi ko fir ek baar.!!!

    Kas Aisa Fir Se Ho jaye Ham Badhe Fir Se Chote Ho Jaye.

    Thanx and I miss My childhood days always..
    Aditya Shaw

    Aditya on July 20th, 2014
  • 41

    Very nice collection..

    Manish on August 4th, 2014
  • 42

    You have compiled a great list but have forgotten most integral part of our childhood, Bajaj Scooter.

    Pankaj on September 27th, 2014
  • 43

    Thanks for appreciating this list. Yeah, I should have mentioned Bajaj Scooter in this list.

    abhishek on September 28th, 2014
  • 44

    Simply Excellent. Refreshing & Recharging. Compilation is so interesting that I could not hold myself till these lines. Keep up….. Continue. All the Best…..

    Sushil Kumar Sharma on October 26th, 2014
  • 45

    hi brother ,
    i m very happy to see all these collection
    thanks for share this collection ,some thing i make u remember to add is “mile sur mera tumhara”, gaya baya(cartoon),gilli danda.

    amit choudhary on October 30th, 2014
  • 46

    thanks for this beautyful collection, it gave me a chance to relive my childhood.

    rahul thakur on December 25th, 2014
  • 47

    Those are the days golden eras and doordarshan is the best where
    all the family members sit together and watch.I thankyou for making us remember all the oldies.Those days are never be forgotten.

    Anad Paul on January 21st, 2015
  • 48

    thanks for this…kind of relived and could relate to most of the things …truly miss those days

    rashmi on February 16th, 2015
  • 49

    there was a documentary type film that was shown in which a girl was telling about the culture of india while travellin in her four wheeler in english.
    Perhaps it was telecasted around 2000.
    Can you tell me the name of that ?

    gulshan on April 28th, 2015
  • 50

    Hello, Please try to upload some videos of Hari Bhari Phulwari series (for children). Thanks for compiling these memories.

    Pratiksha on May 28th, 2015
  • 51

    really nice …..I miss those days … I really enjoyed even I am a keralate and remembered that good days of my childhood and I am inspired to write a article on our college magazine…thank you so much ….!

    geevar kerala on June 27th, 2015
  • 52

    Thank you very much for showing such memory-lost things.
    They were so lovely that they made me cry.
    Bad-luck is that those days couldn’t return.
    Those days everything felt real.Now,because of developement of new gadgets and technologies,that charm has got lost somewhere, seems chances nowhere to return from dust.

    Siddharth Kurnal on September 19th, 2015
  • 53

    I have searched more and more the serial “LAL BUJHAKKAD CHACHA” which came in doordarshan in my childhood 1990-2000. In the very famous program named “TARANG”.
    If anybody got the video of that “LAL BUJHAKKAD SERIES” please provide me as soon as possible…

    manish ninoria on October 5th, 2015
  • 54

    Thank you very much for giving me such a wonderful memory of my childhood.its great feeling to watch such moments.

    Amol kumar on October 17th, 2015
  • 55

    I grew up watching shows on DD national. I remember watching a serial named Shikwah on DD!?1 but no-where have I Found this information.. If you could kindly provide me with this resource it would be helpful

    Srijita on December 7th, 2015
  • 56

    Great times… no worries .. no tension of the future… a sunday with family and doordarshan… we have more channels now… no family time… my advice is switch off your mobiles every weekend for 3 to 4 hrs.. just get back to family time

    Tossi on December 22nd, 2015
  • 57

    It was totally nostalgic….Looking forward to Afghan Snow pic or TV commercial one of the best advertisement of those days…..

    Naik V on February 3rd, 2016
  • 58

    i am very happy to see the old advertise..

    Ritam on May 22nd, 2016
  • 59

    Mr Kenny has always appealed at the party’s grassroots members that can help the raffle to assist you to turned out to be over the party.

    nike pas cher on June 4th, 2016
  • 60

    Really I miss it woh sunday ki subah with Rangoli, Ek Do Teen Char, Star Trek, Spiderman & feature film at 5:45 pm, Byoumkesh Bakshi, Chitrahaar on Wednesday & Friday, Giant Robot, Beebi nattion wali, Khandaan, nukkad, Vikram Betaal & so much, when we are sit together & wait for these programmes.

    Victor Alexander on July 4th, 2016
  • 61

    very nice ..

    subhash on July 23rd, 2016
  • 62

    i was smiling throughout… thanks for bringing back my childhood days. Thanks!

    deepak jain on August 25th, 2016
  • 63

    Awsome work. Impressed.. still some more facts (memories) can be added like superman on 4pm every sunday, chandrakanta, sri krishna, junoon (serial), nukkad natak, dekh bhai dekh, surf wheel of fortune, rasna, swad candy, melody khao khud jaan jao

    jitendra Manglani on September 12th, 2016
  • 64

    ye sirf apne 50 picture hi nahi dikhai .. Balki pachpan k ek ek din ki yaad dila di …ye wo time tha jo aaj kal ke bachhe nahi samajh sakenge … Thank you so much .. apne is picture se humein kuch time ke liye bachpan me bhej diya tha …

    Deepak on October 14th, 2016
  • 65

    Sab rewind ho gaya ho jaise …. really kya time tha wo … you have done a great job … Bachpan ki wo yaadein dekh kar meri ankhon me khhushi ke aansun aa gaye …. Jagjit singh ji ki wo ghazal yaad aa gayi …. Ye daulat bhi le lo… ye shohrat bhi le lo … nice … Good job

    Deepak Bajaj on October 14th, 2016
  • 66

    Beautifully put up……. (y)
    Apart from all these I also miss Sundays for ‘School Days’ and summer vacations for ‘Chutti Chutti'(among many others….. list is too long)….. Does anybody remember these?

    Ashwajeet Dive on January 31st, 2017
  • 67

    Really I miss those days but you all forget one more serial which is Surabhi and chi a serial Ocean.

    zuhaib on February 2nd, 2017
  • 68

    just loved it . thanks for refreshing memories of old days ??

    HIMANSHU on February 14th, 2017
  • 69

    WOOOOOWWW its awesome and shows that nothing can change those times, a time which had seen changes and shown many reality shows may come and go BUT the reality and charm of 80s & 90s would always be like the melting chocolate giving away its taste slowly… Then there were prime time programmes like alif laila, tehkikat, rajni and many more…. LOVE CHILDHOOD without a backup.

    geethu on February 17th, 2017
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    Pathak Rupali on December 28th, 2018
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