Monday, October 04, 2010

Where there's a will, there's a way

Readers, Here comes a video taken by me using my old Nokia 5700 Xpress Music.
The specimen in this video is my friend Sridhar Talatam. He is an expert when it comes to using minimal resources. You will see how he manages to make a chapathi without any proper equipment [i dont know what you call that wooden thing] in this video. I dont think anyone in this world would have tried this. This is heights of innovation and creativity

19 comments:

  1. Nice one...lol
    Did i hear someone say that necessity is the mother of invention :P
    Well its called belan in hindi.

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  2. hii

    heheh! thats innovative :)

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  3. K.U.D.O.s .....perfect shape too!!

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  4. I have seen people using a cutting board as the rolling surface but using a mug as the roller is a first :) Really innovative

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  5. @Shas...u r right.. necessity,desperation are roots for invention

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  6. @AS
    Yes it is :D..

    @Pujitha.. and after roasting it, also it tastes good:)

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  7. @Shishir
    hehehe :)) using the mug.. that is called the idea :)

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  9. that wooden thing is called a rolling pin...

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  10. @Stumblednews
    thanks buddy..will check it out..but i fear it to be a spam

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  11. @Anon
    are you the same unknown person..everytime?
    Thanks for the word

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  12. lol....cup rotating chappathi with a tamil back ground music from a laptop
    :)

    http://umaspoembook.blogspot.com/2010/10/one-vote-counts.html

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  13. oye!
    this friend is smart...but i reckon a glass or lota would have been better than mug na??
    ab yeh nahi kehna ki nahi tha...

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  14. @Uma
    :D.. telugu movie re..not tamil..and thats how we used to cook..

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  15. @Vinnnieee..
    arey glass lota seriously wasnt there re..

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  16. Super smart :-) LOL, that wooden thingy is called a rolling pin :-) or belan!

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  17. @Pallavi
    thanks so much..for the word help

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  18. @Sridhar-Very well done!!!!
    @Unknown- Thnx for such a
    wonderful video of creativity and innovation.

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