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Planning-kand

Mr. Ram had an urgent requirement of building a bridge and he immediately needed resources and a ODC to setup. He came off-shore to a outsourcing company who project manager, Sugriva. Initial deal was struck and they agreed on the band of monkeys to fulfill the requirement.

Requirement-kand

Sugriva also assigned Hanuman, the team lead for quicker completion of the project. The business analyst Angada finally managed to capture the exact location from where the bridge would start offshore, but to complete the bridge they needed to determine the distance between on-site and offshore. He noted down the requirements and handed it over to the team lead, Hanuman.

Hanuman consulted with his client Ram and Ram decided to send him onsite, to gather other requirements from there. And hence, Hanuman flew on-site. On the on-site he duly gathered the requirements, one by one. He observed that Lady Sita was kept in Ashoka Van, the forest. But his stealth was identified and to cover up the goof-up he set fire to Lanka.

He thought about lifting her and bringing her back to mainland, but he was a true software engineer and he was billed for only the effort of gathering information. Hence he came back fulfilling the requirement.

Designing-kand

Ram, the client, was happy that all his requirements were fulfilled and the pilot mission was successful. He then asked another set of ODC setup for a ram-setu project, which included building a bridge across the two island.

Two juniors from offshore Naal and Neel completed the project to the clients requirement and deployed the bridge to be later known as 'Ram Setu'. The client Ram was happy to see the project go live.

Deployment-kand.

The final phase was the warranty phase where the whole team was sent on-site for support. The whole team went on-site and Mr. Ram was able to overthrow Ravan and rescue his wife. Finally he installed Vibhishan as the king of Lanka and returned back.

Service and Support-kand

The requirement was complete and the project was successful, but the final on-site quality auditor dhobi asked few uncomfortable questions and hence Mr. Ram had to abandon his wife and thus ended the whole project.

True Story.

P.s. Don't go all senti on it, its just a joke for fun.



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Comments

  1. You can write HumoRamayana .. think about it SERIOUSLY :-)

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  2. ROFL I second what the above person who commented has mentioned. You can create humour out of anything..no matter how serious it actually is. :)

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  3. lols :D .. nice .. esp the part about hanuman being a true soft egg n only doing the work at hand

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  4. i am so sorry to read this story. i think there are few things that *shouldnt* be made fun of. Can i take a small incedent btw ur father and mother and narrate a story.... asking u to take it for fun? (gave this context to show the gravity of the situation, no offence!).

    Generally i see this happening *only* in hindu religion; we ourselves dont show dignity to our own epics.

    do u say: we dont have anything to tak abt? Every thing that happend in ramayana is for a reson and putting it this way... i dont know how far its correct. Added pple are appreciating it! HUH!!!

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  5. i think there are few things that *shouldnt* be made fun of.
    Well, its your thinking, not mine. I did not invite you to read this, if you do, I expect to take it from my POV or not say anything at all.

    Can i take a small incedent btw ur father and mother and narrate a story.... asking u to take it for fun? (gave this context to show the gravity of the situation, no offence!).
    To my understanding, the scriptures are open for all to read and understand according to their own understanding. That is the beauty of Hinduism. As I see, this text is exactly what is written in valmiki Ramayan, I have just made analogy of the whole text in respect of Software company, which maps end-to-end.

    Generally i see this happening *only* in hindu religion; we ourselves dont show dignity to our own epics.

    Dignity of the epics do not lie in keeping it in dust, preserving it to rot and get eaten by rats, but this story is circulated and read by 10 ppl who now know what ramayana was all about and will related it to the epic in the sense.

    do u say: we dont have anything to tak abt? Every thing that happend in ramayana is for a reson and putting it this way... i dont know how far its correct.
    I have read Ramayana end to end, and have analyzed and recreated it many times for different people.

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