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Author:Chhibba, Neeraj [Chhibba, Neeraj]

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Published: 2012-10-29T16:00:00+00:00

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S ome things changed after the episode with Khalid and Hassan. The group of thirteen decided that every room will cook and buy groceries from the market. Weekends were reserved for eating together, with one of the rooms hosting the party by rotation. Khalid and his band of goons fell in line and we became good friends. You have to bang your head against a bigger and stronger wall to realise that you are not the strongest in the world. This incident humbled them and hostel life assumed some semblance of civility.

The hostel always woke up late and slept late. It had unique ways of celebrating festivals. The Indians celebrated religious festivals with Diwali being their biggest festival. All of us got together and cooked chapattis , hundreds of them (instead of the daily bread that we had for lunch and dinner) – with a lot of Indian curry and had them for dinner. With the number of Indians in Volgograd increasing, the celebrations which took place in one big group began to be divided in smaller, more ethnic in nature groups, making my belief in Papa’s theory stronger that not more than a few humans could live together in harmony. The Arabs celebrated Eid as their biggest festival – bringing the sacrificial lamb from somewhere, hundreds of kilometres away and performing the halaal ceremony in the hostel corridors. They were joined in their celebrations and revelry by the Muslims from Pakistan, Bangladesh and from the Asian part of USSR. Most of the Russian festivals were political in nature and these festivals were celebrated by all the residents of the hostel. The biggest celebrations in the hostel were reserved for Women’s day celebrated on 8 March and the New Year, as this gave all of us an opportunity to make new female friends. On such occasions, everybody got drunk and the likelihood of fights breaking out in the hostel was greater wiTheach at his aggressive best. The brunt of the drunken ire was borne by the glass on the corridor windowpanes, which were always broken at such times. It made the corridors unusually cold. But this was an acceptable norm of hostel life. Nobody complained overtly even if they cursed the cold. The hostel was not a place for the peace-loving as some people were drunk every night, most got drunk by rotation and each one had his own way of reacting to the excess dosage of alcohol; some became excessively aggressive, some excessively quiet as if not wanting people to know they were drunk (though their mouths drooled, eyes popped out and legs break danced) and others became excessively cheerful. It was an eventful (euphemism for frightful) life for the pretentious peace-loving (euphemism for the cowardly). The hostel was a miniature version of a nation which had multi-religion, multi-ethnic people with varying degrees of acceptability and tolerance towards one another, trying to live together as one.

 

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Author:Chhibba, Neeraj [Chhibba, Neeraj]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Rupa Publications

Published: 2012-10-29T16:00:00+00:00
17

S ome things changed after the episode with Khalid and Hassan. The group of thirteen decided that every room will cook and buy groceries from the market. Weekends were reserved for eating together, with one of the rooms hosting the party by rotation. Khalid and his band of goons fell in line and we became good friends. You have to bang your head against a bigger and stronger wall to realise that you are not the strongest in the world. This incident humbled them and hostel life assumed some semblance of civility.

The hostel always woke up late and slept late. It had unique ways of celebrating festivals. The Indians celebrated religious festivals with Diwali being their biggest festival. All of us got together and cooked chapattis , hundreds of them (instead of the daily bread that we had for lunch and dinner) – with a lot of Indian curry and had them for dinner. With the number of Indians in Volgograd increasing, the celebrations which took place in one big group began to be divided in smaller, more ethnic in nature groups, making my belief in Papa’s theory stronger that not more than a few humans could live together in harmony. The Arabs celebrated Eid as their biggest festival – bringing the sacrificial lamb from somewhere, hundreds of kilometres away and performing the halaal ceremony in the hostel corridors. They were joined in their celebrations and revelry by the Muslims from Pakistan, Bangladesh and from the Asian part of USSR. Most of the Russian festivals were political in nature and these festivals were celebrated by all the residents of the hostel. The biggest celebrations in the hostel were reserved for Women’s day celebrated on 8 March and the New Year, as this gave all of us an opportunity to make new female friends. On such occasions, everybody got drunk and the likelihood of fights breaking out in the hostel was greater wiTheach at his aggressive best. The brunt of the drunken ire was borne by the glass on the corridor windowpanes, which were always broken at such times. It made the corridors unusually cold. But this was an acceptable norm of hostel life. Nobody complained overtly even if they cursed the cold. The hostel was not a place for the peace-loving as some people were drunk every night, most got drunk by rotation and each one had his own way of reacting to the excess dosage of alcohol; some became excessively aggressive, some excessively quiet as if not wanting people to know they were drunk (though their mouths drooled, eyes popped out and legs break danced) and others became excessively cheerful. It was an eventful (euphemism for frightful) life for the pretentious peace-loving (euphemism for the cowardly). The hostel was a miniature version of a nation which had multi-religion, multi-ethnic people with varying degrees of acceptability and tolerance towards one another, trying to live together as one.

Temperature in Volgograd did not fall consistently and actual winters came with real fury towards the end of November.

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