Love completes their world

Love completes their world

Love completes their world

 “Who gets angry more frequently - you or your wife?”
“Myself,” replied the gentleman, sporting a smile.

The wife, who was oblivious to the reply given by her husband was also asked the same question. “It’s me who gets more angry,” came the reply from the wife, leading to a huge round of applause from the audience.

This was one of the questions asked to a contestant of ‘Adarsha Dampathigalu’ (ideal couple) at the ‘Cultural Confluence’ programme organised by Swamy Vivekananda Youth Movement Saraguru Site Savers at Town Hall here on Monday.

Nine couples
Nine couples from different parts of the district participated in the programme. What tugged at the heart of many was, the fact that one among each couple was blind.
The couples included Venkatachala-Bhagyamma, Devappa-Manjula, Halaiah-Puttamadamma, Sannaswamy-Vasantha, Shambulinga-Manjula, Arunkumar-Kshama, R K Rajanna-Shanthamma, Anil Kumar-Katyayani and Hameed-Sultana.

They answered questions about each other for four rounds about each others habits, reasons for fights, favourite dishes and also who compromises in fights between both of them. The answers were often hilarious indicating how well the couple new each other.

Another question that led to gales of laughter was when a contestant was asked, “What is the best thing that you like about your wife?”
“Her cooking,” he said without even a second thought. When the wife was asked if that was true, she said, “Yes, there’s no doubt about it.”

Earlier, children from the Rangarao School for the Blind and Government Blind School rendered folk songs on the occasion enthralling the audience with their sweet voice.
Disabilities Commissioner K V Rajanna , Doctor Dr G M Vamadevara, Physically handicapped Keshavamurthy, National Federation for the blind President Siddaraju, Sichrem Prasanna and others were present.