Wednesday, 28 May 2014

WELCOME TO TROPHYCUS....


Once upon a time, in a land that is your present, there existed a kingdom.  A kingdom named ‘Trophycus’. In that kingdom, according to the revered yet secretive laws of the land, the status of a plebeian was decided based on the number of trophies his family could garner and showcase in their cemented abode. The social acceptability, repute and honour of the ‘Trophycus’ clan, depended solely on the quantity of trophies glistening in their shelves. I belong to ‘Trophycus’.

Like every other house, our house too had a main room or as I call it, the drawing room. The drawing room had a big diwan strategically placed to get the best view of the television, a brown sofa, two nilkamal chairs and one big cabinet. A big cabinet of trophies, big and small. Being the only child in the family till the age of 8, the task was bestowed upon me to fill up the shelves with the fruits of my victories. The cabinet was divided ‘generation’ wise. The lowest storey held the trophies and medals that my grandfather won. Trophies so old, that they resembled the artefacts collected from a lost ship. The latest addition and the only shining piece was the medal he won for winning a game of carrom in his company’s anniversary celebration in 1981.  The next row, contained the metallic accolades that my father and his two siblings managed to acquire. Trophies ranging from ‘Best Student M.Sc (Physics)’ to ‘2rd Prize Javelin throw’ to even ‘Complimentary prize Fashion Show Year 1983’ were all part of this row. The above mentioned three, won by my father. I was a proud daughter who had to accomplish a colossal feat and usurp the record maintained by my father.  

When I was born, the top shelf was cleaned and the show pieces that had been a substitute till now were removed, except for the giant face of  Kathakali because you are not a Malayalee family, until you have one of those on your shelf. I was the rightful heir of that tier and I had been assigned the mammoth task of filling it up. Fill, I did!


The little me participated in everything. Patriotic song competitions, lemon & spoon race, handwriting competitions, essay writing (mostly written by my delegate Dad) and the horrific ‘best out of waste’ competitions were all participated in. Some were won and many were lost, but the mania for trophy never stopped. I even joined a French class in 5th grade, imagining myself receiving a trophy at the end of the 6 month course at Alliance Francaise de Bhopal’. Buggers gave me an odd looking certificate. The essay competition on the importance of ‘ZERO’ organized by the Lions club where everyone looked quite human, was also won, but it won me some cash. Who wants cash? Let’s talk about trophy!  

 

That is why I love ‘Bhopal Malayalee Association’ where fellow malayalees understood the importance of trophies on the shelf and where even a participation rendered you a medal or a cup that you could proudly take home to your beloved drawing room trophy cabinet. They understood my true intentions. My all time favourite is the dolphin shaped trophy and the three hundred rupees they gave me for getting a full house in Tambola .

 

And then it all went downhill. During my 3rd year at Law school, when I was states away from my shelf of accolades, we sold our ancestral house. So, we sold our old house and moved to a new one. A new one with no shelf in the drawing room. No place to showcase my genius in the form of golden trophies and silver medals. The metal prizes of three generations sat orphaned inside cardboard boxes, with no room for future accommodation. I still remember that dreadful night in 2012 when a call was received my me, where the person on the other side of the receiver sought my permission to sell the trophies to a local kabadi wala who was offering us five notes of hundred for three boxes of trophies. 500 rupees for 3 generations of talent. I mumbled a faint OK and kept the receiver, welcoming a sleepless night ahead. That was the end of an era.

 

So, you ask me, why do I write of it now. Well, the place I stay in currently, has a shelf. A shelf where my little 7 yr old cousin keeps her Barbies and fairytale books.


And It aches!

 

P.S- I am extremely homesick. You should meet my family. They are amazing. :)

 

121 comments:

  1. Oh Red... So nicely written.. I got steel tumblers and cello pens from my school till 7th.. :( Now there are trophies in my house too, but gathering dust somewhere.. Sigh !!
    Book tickets to go home girl and apply for a week's leave.. :* :)

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    1. Thank you for being the first to read sweetheart!! Atleast u still have those trophies!

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  2. Awww sweety... You are homesick... <3 and you end up writing such a lovely post... Well trophies are like those ego boosting medals, which one keeps in the house, and we look at them and we realise how great we are! All those to kabadi wala... stinks :/

    But if I were to give you trophies, i would give you so many for being the best blogger, funniest girl, loveliest reader, prettiest- eyes and day-make.. .well..ur posts make my day..

    so.. .you get all of 'em from me.. Go now..put it on the virtual shelf..
    Mwah

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    1. VERY HOMESICK INDEED I AM :(
      And you gave me the best trophies indeeeeeeed!!! How generous of you love!! HAVE I TOLD YOU LATELY THAT I LOVE YOU!

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    2. And I love you too... :) :) <3

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  3. hahah! that cracked me up like anything! lemon & spoon races..lolzz! i won a few drawing competitions and a relay race but got a medal only for race and lunch boxes and water bottles for my priceless art pieces :P
    hahah! good post :D

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    1. I got so many lunch boxes. I dont think my fater ever had to buy me a tiffin box :P

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  4. Oh Red, we sadly had no Kathakali face. Think I might have just been disqualified from being called a Malayalee. As for the shelves, sadly the first two shelves on the cupboard have been almost empty, gathering dust for almost three decades now. I say almost because Last year I managed to add one to the shelf. It wasn't a trophy per se, but wasn't any bit less than one. It was a coffee cup engraved with the words "World's coolest dad". Though it means nothing as an award, I broke down when my then 18 month old son dropped it in my lap. Not sure why I started with a sob story..I hate them too...and with that completely random unrelated comment, I press Publish ;)

    P.S. your post both made me laugh and left me feeling all warm and fuzzy. Strange combination. I think I skipped my medications

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    1. YOU HAVE NO KATHAKALI FACE? What about the ELEPHANTS NETTIPATTAM? NO? Disgraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaace!!
      and if I were you I too would bawl my heart if my little one gave me that precious prize!!

      I hope you continue not taking your medication :)

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  5. I didn't have a trophy shelf hehe. No expectations of getting them anyway. So I didn't get any and continued to be a useless kid. Yeah now I'm complaining! Lol I did have bookshelves. Ample of them. Now they're growing by the day *grins*

    I hope you meet your family soon :)

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    1. Thou art not useless. You were the intelligent one while I was the useless. You knew that these little metallic objects do not matter. I WANT A BOOKSHELF!!!

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  6. We never had a shelf like that, all my primary school trophies were stored away in almirahs. And I have a dreadful feeling that they have been misplaced somewhere. T_T

    Doesn't help that the trophies in my present life come only as mentions of my name under a poem / article or lost among the many in a magazine's contributor's page. I'm a disgrace to the holy land of Trophycus. :(

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    1. Let us hhope they still exist in those almirahs!!!!!!
      And you are a good writer :)

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  7. Maybe someday, somehow, you'll cross paths with those trophies of triumph again :)

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  8. They got sold? :( That's bad. :/
    I have only got two certificates in my name till date. Nothing compared to those medals and trophies. :(

    Homesickness? How does it feel. Homed since 20 years :D

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    1. I AM SO JEALOUS OF YOU RIGHT NOW!!!

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  9. This is a beautiful post, because it stirs so many memories :) All my trophies were at home till last year. Then acha had to move to Kaloor on transfer, and amma decided to leave those trophies in a locked cupboard at our home at Thrissur :) They rest there, or so I hope !
    Trophies remind you of so many good times, funny times, and sweet moments of your life :)
    And they announced to the world how talented we were, whatever the real truth was :D :D :D

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    1. You stay at Kaloor in ernakulam ? :O :O
      Thank u for reading!!!

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    2. Nope :) I am at Sharjah , parents are at Kaloor now :) ( Are you there, too? :P )

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  10. well why dont you take a couple of days off and go visit home ...
    lovely story and hey why selll.. I still have all my school trophies , i was good in sports that was the only time I would shine else I was a duhhhhhh last in everything ..

    I got all mine still with me at home on the shelf... maybe next time i go to india i will take some pics and Show off toooooooo he he he he he ..


    Bikram

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    1. YOU STIILL HAVE THEM? I AM SO JEALOUS :(
      I was terrible at sports.

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    2. yes because thats the only thing I have to show off ..otherwise I have nothing to show :( sadly ..


      Bikram

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  11. Arre wah. Such a warm homely post. :)

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  12. I know the heart aches when you have to sell the hard earned accolades for a pittance, Red! Don't forget 'change' is the only thing permanent!Lovely writing as always:)

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    1. Thank you so much for reading Sir!

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  13. Cracked me up as always :) there's something about trophies n malayalees :D Hope you can go home soon :)

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    1. There is more than something between trophies aand malayalees. I hope so to babe :)

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  14. Red! But imagine, you got to adorn those shelves with your achievements for so long! My shelves always had books or some toy I would play with, thats all :P and if you are homesick, make that trip home... trust me it will be a memory you will always cherish :)

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    1. I need a book shelf now..I want to go home..but that will not happen until diwali!

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  15. It brought back so many memories! :')

    Though at my place, this culture of decorating drawing room shelf with trophies was done away with when we moved to Delhi. I never missed those shiny pieces of achievement until now. Damn, I don't even know what happened to them.. I should go and ask my mom. Hope she did not sell them to Kabadi wale bhaiya :P

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    1. heeh to be frank I dont miss the trophies but when I look at my cousin keeping barbies in the shelf, I feel like throwing all of them and bringing back my trophies!

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  16. And I am on the other side of the world - the one who hasn't won a single trophy in her life. Wait, I faintly recollect winning a small steel plate. Does that count?

    You have a new shelf to fill up now. Get on it. :)

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    1. steel plate matters!! I got so many steel tumbles. I even once won a pressure cooker.

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  17. I understand your pain. My sympathies. Go home for a few days.

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  18. But you have accomplished one thing (knowingly or unknowingly)
    You have put everything on record right here, meticulously and chronologically jotted down, for all your future generations to read, not only from Bhopal but from any part of the world.
    By the way the only trophy I got so far in my life was a small cup for standing second in a three legged race conducted by the Kerala Catholic Union in Bombay about half a century ago. Now Bombay is Mumbai and KCU has split up (thanks to the over enthusiastic priests spilling out of Kerala)

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    1. Now I did not think of it that way!!and three legged race?
      what is tht :O

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  19. Trophies, thankfully, have never been an obsession in my family 'cause then I wouldn't have won many. But, hey who would have guessed you were a trophy winner type person :P

    PS: Since you are making big bucks divorcing people's assess off, cant you just book a flight friday night home and fly back sunday night?

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    1. I was a trophy winner ..also steel plate winner.
      I am not a divorce lawyer :O...I am a lawyer. Junior lawyer. Been just 5 mths.

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  20. There is sentimental value attached to those accolades, and I can't imagine what you must be going through.
    My parents still have all our trophies and medals in a showcase, even dad's certificate for coming first in school in tenth std where he was awarded with Rs.20 and my second prize in a shoe-lace tying competition. Those were the days :')
    Awaiting a post on your homecoming ;)
    Take care x

    Hopelessly Hopeful
    http://welcometomypartypeople.blogspot.in/

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    1. shoe lace tying competition? That is pure awww !!!!!
      Those were indeed the days! Homecoming wont happen until diwali :(

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  21. Ohhh..even we had a shelf to display trophies..and my Dad's sole ambition was to display them to all who visited our home..even we gave our home for development and when we moved, my Dad got the entire shelf removed and re-installed in the new flat even though it looks extremely odd..the prizes are still there and my daughter recently opened the shelf and "played" with all the prizes that me and my sis won...

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    1. now make a shelf for ur daughter to fill. Actually do not. Trophies are overrated!

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  22. Good one. Have seen such trophical rain forests in many places, but never paid attention to them until now because no one ever mentioned about their 'family values' which you did now.

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    1. tropical rain forest!! HOW DARE YOUUUUUUUUUUUUU

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  23. Yup. I think I'm living somewhere in Trophycus ;) All those trophies smiling in the drawing room is at times bliss. Like when Amma refuses to stack them in the cupboards and says *Allelum nenakk ithinte vila manasilavilla* ( she has a lot of such punch lines ;) ). When Achan beams when people say all those wah wah things of me seeing the trophies ( trophies can be misleading too :P ). And yeah a part of me loves them too!

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    1. Bugged that I was for not having enough trophies as a kid, I always participated on all those competitions that guaranteed a trophy as a consolation price. When neighbors gawked at all those dust ridden termite infested shields and cups, my sis used to have an amazing yawn on her face :) That's when I used to crack your Amma's dialogue.

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    2. HAHAHAHA...here ende ammekyu athinde vela manasilaayila. :(
      I was so into trophies!!!!

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  24. Oh Red! How could you say okay for selling the trophies! The trophy mania was full on in our place too and I filled the showcase with as many as I could with my bro teasing me that I am buying them from the local shop.

    We are proud people of Trophycus clan! Who wants certificates? Give me trophies! :)

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    1. You still havr that shelf? I AM SO JEALOUSSSSSSSSSS!!!!

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  25. All my trophies are on display, even now. My brother and I used to compete to beat the other's number of trophies. I used to hate cash rewards too.

    Hope you get to go home, soon! xx

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    1. YOU HAVE THE SHELF :( I HATE YOU :(

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  26. You make people who have filled up all their drawing room shelves with trophies look silly when you reduce their value in monetary terms of a kabadiwala!!They are priceless possessions to those who had earned them,even a stuffed bear that had gathered dust over the years
    When I look at your blog,it looks like an Egyptian desert with no awards decorating the space.You must have received countless numbers with your popularity and writing skill. Post them all and make the template colorful!!

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    1. Heh. I did not want to sell it but we had no place.. so sigh!
      and yes I have got a few chain awards and I used to display it but now I want to be an Egyptian desert ;:D

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  27. I don't know if my trophies are in display or not; shifted place and then even i haven't been at home from last 1 and half year ..:( hope you get to go home soon .. !
    Nicely worded as always :)

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    1. Hope it is still there. Thank you for reading :D

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  28. And you are amazing too. No one writes like you. You are a prototype that the almighty shelved in abundant caution :) I so love to read you. May the muse be your best friend forever.

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    1. Now you are being way too kind with your words. I write just for the sake of writing. Because I want to write out about me and my life. Which is kind of narcissistic. Anyone can write like me :D

      BUT THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! :)

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  29. Aww Red! That is so sad. But you got to have them this long. I know what it feels like. I have my own showcase of trophies which my mom is searching for an opportunity to clear it off. So I am on a watch these days. Give me tips on how to save and I will let you share my showcase :-P Deal?

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    1. LOCK IT AND KEEP THE KEY WITH YOU!! If its the open kind...seal the thing with duct tape..do everything!!!!!!!

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  30. The same thing happened to the trophies at my house . Few years back, we changed our show case and that's it, all the trophies were packed and thrown away..:(

    She got a shelf to display barbies??? Wth :|

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    1. YOU know my pain now. Yes she got that :(

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  31. Oh why did you agree to sell them?? :(

    I have a whole box of trophies lying at my mother's place. I do occasionally take them out and clean them. And then I'm lost into a world of memories! Ah, its magical!

    Your family sounds awesome, you should go back there soon! And your mom is absolutely gorgeous! Like mother, like daughter, after all! :D

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    1. I was away and I knew thr was no place. :(
      hehe I am so jealous of u right now!!!!
      Thank you Leo. :)

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  32. Oh Red, I feel so bad for you. And I can empathize. All my father's football and cricket trophies are now either lost, misplaced or have been sold into scrap. I now only have my grandfather's Sangram medal that he received for valour in the Bangladesh war.

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    1. really? That is majestic!! You grandfather must be a great man!! DAMN LUCKY!

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  33. You painted quite a picture of the 90s "drawing room" ! I guess the obsession of trophies is the one common thread that unites all Indians. Only if policy makers knew it, we would be a much happier and united country, with the name, Trophycus!
    I remember once when I was 4 or 5 years old, and my older cousins had already pushed me aside in academia and extra curricular, I asked my aunt to buy me a trophy! :D
    But why did u sell your family's pride for 500 bucks!!! I would have paid higher, got the names changed and lived my childhood dream :)

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    1. HAHAHAH..Trophycus is indeed a good name :P
      I never had an aunty like that :( Life would have been so much easier.

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    2. If only I knew u wud want it. :(

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  34. Erm...reminds me of the 'trophy cabinet' at our house. I think that there comes a time when we don't really care how many trophies we have gathered. It all becomes irrelevant.

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    1. Actually true.. Thanks for reading!

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  35. The only medal i ever got was way back when i was 6 yrs old, and after that though i have a lot of certificates i don't have a single trophy..(**why didn't anyone ever give me a trophy?! **whining..) but my elder one is quickly compensating for all that his mother did not win...and I was quicker in documenting it too..(atleast I'll have shiny pictures of the trophies if my descendants decide to go the kabadiwala route!!) Have a dekkho....http://titli15081977.blogspot.in/2013/07/ubc-day-29-mission-accomplished.html

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    1. I am on my way for a DEKKHO!!!!! Proud mother u must be!!!

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  36. Ohh you broke my heart by that ending. It must be so hard to sell all those memories. Don't worry you can create one for your kids :)

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    1. My kids!! SIGH!!! We shall discus about that :P

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  37. I don't have such a shelf :-(
    Well that's because, I don't have any trophies to boast about :-(

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    1. Its ok...these trophies r irrelevant anyway :P

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  38. Hahaha! I take the entire credit for my family being weaned off this addiction :) I so stoutly failed in even adding ONE component to that shelf that, after suffering from withdrawal symptoms for a while, they got cured :)

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    1. haha...my family looked forward to trophies..even if it was for toffee picking compeittion.

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  39. GOSH !!!! The way you ended it

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  40. Awwww.. That is one sweetttt nostalgic post. :) you could still do it buddy! :)
    I too prefer trophies over certificates...

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    1. yes...I could still do it but no trophies :( Pliss buy me some?!!!

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  41. Certificates and Trophies are always meant to be shown off. It fills us with a sense of accomplishment. But it does pain to see them being shifted out of their royal place in the shelf.

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    1. YOU SAID IT...But I am getting over it :D
      Thank u for reading!!!!

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  42. I quickly went and saw the trophies perched in my showcase topped by my blogger award. Made me feel silly and proud :).

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    1. HOW MUCH JEALOUS WILL YOU MAKE ME!!!! :(

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  43. if this makes you feel any better, the only trophy, i have ever EVER earned in my life was in college for Tug-Of-War :) there see you are better placed than me..And oh here is another interesting insight, when G came home for the first time after our marriage, and Ma was showing him pictures and certificates she mentioned about the trophy !! my 2 month old husband was pretty speechless then

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    1. I was awesome at TUG OF WAR..Always made me stand at the very end....
      Your husband must be very proud of your accomplishments :P

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  44. Just like u when we shifted many houses had no place for my trophies but still preserved them some how even if they got rusted. As of now no possibility or interest in winning many or to that matter any
    Lovely anecdote once again!

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    1. Damn ..u guys knw their importance!!!!! Thank u for reading :)

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  45. Lovely Red!
    Oh! You sold all those precious trophies- your lifetime achievement?
    The shelf in my home is too small for the trophies! :) Have to place them atop cupboards etc! :)
    Trophies are won after much hard work & everyone loves them!

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    1. hawwwwwwwwww....jealous jealous jealous I AM...TO MANY TROPHIES????????

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  46. What a daunting task to fill those shelves! Go visit your family, Red.

    Btw, French at such a young age, impressive :)

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    1. I can visit only for Diwali now :(
      i quit french after a year.

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    2. Oh, Hugs!

      Still, you did it for a year.

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  47. Mine are on the TV stand, well 3 of the big ones and my dad still showcases them with pride. I get a little embarrassed after so many years. :D

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    1. You must be embarrassed but daddy the awesome, would be so proud of u!!!

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  48. I only have online trophies that are displayed. Hard earned digital items and achievements.

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  49. aww.. I know the homesickness..
    And trophies.. I share a shelf with my sister. It has been days since I looked at them... Loved reading the post .. :)

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    1. maybe you will appreciate them trophies a little more nw :D
      Thank you for reading! :D

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  51. Damn good writing! And congrats for gathering so much trophies :) and the last line tells how sick you feel when shelves belonging to trophies are now used for toys and books. Well, now running to count my trophies ...

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  52. Nice topic and well written ! The trophy shelf was a given when we grew up. Unfortunately I only got certificates and stuff and no trophies :(. But now I have a son, on whom I can pass on the trophy expectations :D

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  53. Shelves and the things in them in our growing up years are very important to us and when it is gone it is very dearly missed..its so sad they sold your trophies . :-(

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  54. You will soon get an amazing writer trophy to replace all the ones you sold. I understand how difficult it must have been to part with them.

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  55. Hehehe...your post is heavily laced with south Indian influence. I wonder if there is any south Indian family which does not have a showcase of the sort you mentioned creaking with the weight of trophies and framed certificates. Took me back to my own childhood and our proudly crammed showcase. Awesome!

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  56. hahahha.. thankfully, I was like your cousin filling the shelf with toys and dolls. :) My cousin used to participate in every possible competition and then decorate the shelf with trophies. Losing them must have saddened you after all the effort that you put in to earn them.

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  57. Wonderful Red!! I'm speechless!! This is actually the first post of yours that I'm reading and I have nothing to say!! And that's saying something. Rarely rendered speechless..

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  58. It's heartbreaking when you have to give away your trophies ... but as your posts are always, they smile even when dealing with grief :p

    Loved it :-)

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  59. Wonderful one! Its saddening to give up your trophies.

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  60. Go home! I just had one trophy for something and rest I had a huge collection of barbies which I never played with..They are just for decoration...Infact i wonder if they are even there anymore!

    Absence...

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  61. Glad to have found your site. Keep up the good work! DB Product Review

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  62. When you this amazing then I can imagine how fantastic your family must be. I miss my family too. :(
    But it was a awesome post like always.

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  63. Your post makes me feel underachieved, Red. Received just one in my life for a debate competition :( And yes, few complimentary trophies they give to speakers when they are invited to speak on something. Sigh!

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  64. And I have still got mine. *puts out tongue and makes fun* Although I would trade them anyday for a quarter bottle of OMR. My mom takes such good care of them. They still look new. :-)

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  65. :-) the large diwan and Nilkamal chairs are so typical. We had these and a monstrous showcase but no trophy shelf!

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