Sunday, 10 March 2013

Best Funny sms In Hindi

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BEST
Pronunciation: (best), [key]
—adj., superl. of good with better as compar.
1. of the highest quality, excellence, or standing: the best work; the best students.
2. most advantageous, suitable, or desirable: the best way.
3. largest; most: the best part of a day.
—adv., superl. of well with better as compar.
1. most excellently or suitably; with most advantage or success: an opera role that best suits her voice.
2. in or to the highest degree; most fully (usually used in combination): best-suited; best-known; best-loved.
3. as best one can, in the best way possible under the circumstances: We tried to smooth over the disagreement as best we could.
4. had best, would be wisest or most reasonable to; ought to: You had best phone your mother to tell her where you are going.
—n.
1. something or someone that is best: They always demand and get the best. The best of us can make mistakes.
2. a person's finest clothing: It's important that you wear your best.
3. a person's most agreeable or desirable emotional state (often prec. by at).
4. a person's highest degree of competence, inspiration, etc. (often prec. by at).
5. the highest quality to be found in a given activity or category of things (often prec. by at): cabinetmaking at its best.
6. the best effort that a person, group, or thing can make: Their best fell far short of excellence.
7. a person's best wishes or kindest regards: Please give my best to your father.
8. all for the best, for the good as the final result; to an ultimate advantage: At the time it was hard to realize how it could be all for the best. Also,for the best.
9. at best, under the most favorable circumstances: You may expect to be treated civilly, at best.
10. get or have the best of,
a. to gain the advantage over.
b. to defeat; subdue: His arthritis gets the best of him from time to time.
11. make the best of, to cope with in the best way possible: to make the best of a bad situation.
12. with the best, on a par with the most capable: He can play bridge with the best.
—v.t.
to get the better of; defeat; beat: He easily bested his opponent in hand-to-hand combat. She bested me in the argument.


FUNNY
adj. fun·ni·er, fun·ni·est
1.
a. Causing laughter or amusement.
b. Intended or designed to amuse.
2. Strangely or suspiciously odd; curious.
3. Tricky or deceitful.
n. pl. fun·nies Informal
1. A joke; a witticism.
2. funnies
a. Comic strips.
 b. The section of a newspaper containing comic strips.
 Arousing or provoking laughter; "an amusing film with a steady stream of pranks and pratfalls"; "an amusing fellow"; "a comic hat"; "a comical look of surprise"; "funny stories that made everybody laugh"; "a very funny writer"; "it would have been laughable if it hadn't hurt so much"; "a mirthful experience"; "risible courtroom antics"

SMS
Short Message Service (SMS) is a text messaging service component of phone, web, or
Mobile communication systems, using standardized communications protocols that allow the exchange of short text messages between fixed line or mobile phone devices.
SMS is the most widely used data application in the world, with 3.6 billion active users, or 78% of all mobile phone subscribers. The term "SMS" is used as an acronym for all types of short text messaging and the user activity itself in many parts of the world. SMS is also employed in direct marketing, known as SMS marketing.
 SMS as used on modern handsets originated from radio telegraphy in radio memo pagers using standardized phone protocols. These were defined in 1985 as part of the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) series of standards as a means of sending messages of up to 160 characters to and from GSM mobile handsets. Though most SMS messages are mobile-to-mobile text messages, support for the service has expanded to include such other mobile technologies as ANSI CDMA networks and Digital AMPS, as well as satellite and landline networks.

HINDI
Hindi, or more precisely Modern Standard Hindi (also known as Manak Hindi, High Hindi, and Nagari Hindi ['City Hindi']), is a standardised and sanskritised register of the Hindustani language (Hindi-Urdu). It is the native language of people living in Delhi, Haryana, Western Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, northeastern Madhya Pradesh, and parts of eastern Rajasthan, and is one of the official languages of the Republic of India. But many non-native speakers from other parts of India, too, understand it easily because it is close to their native languages that, just like Hindi, originated from various Prakrit languages. These languages have common roots and the native speakers of several regional Indian languages find it easier to understand the more Sanskritised form of Hindi.
Colloquial Hindi is mutually intelligible with another register of Hindustani called (Modern Standard) Urdu. Mutual intelligibility decreases in literary and specialized contexts which rely on educated vocabulary. The number of native speakers of Standard Hindi is unclear. According to the 2001 Indian census, 258 million people in India reported their native language to be "Hindi". However, this includes large numbers of speakers of Hindi languages other than Standard Hindi; as of 2009, the best figure Ethnologue could find for Khariboli dialect (the basis of Hindustani) was a 1991 citation of 180 million. This places Hindi in a three-way tie with Bengali and Portuguese for the fifth-largest language in the world.
The Indian constitution, adopted in 1950, declares Hindi shall be written in the Devanagari script and will be the official language of the Federal Government of India. However, English continues to be used as an official language along with Hindi. Hindi is also enumerated as one of the twenty-two languages of the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India, which entitles it to representation on the Official Language Commission. The Constitution of India has stipulated the usage of Hindi and English to be the two languages of communication for the Central Government. Most government documentation is prepared in three languages: English, Hindi, and the official language of the local state.
It was envisioned that Hindi would become the sole working language of the Central government by 1965 (per directives in Article 344 (2) and Article 351), with state governments being free to function in the language of their own choice. However, widespread resistance to the imposition of Hindi on non-native speakers, especially in South India (such as the anti-Hindi agitations of Tamil Nadu) and in West Bengal, led to the passage of the Official Languages Act of 1963, which provided for the continued use of English indefinitely for all official purposes. However, the constitutional directive to champion the spread of Hindi was retained and has strongly influenced the policies of the Union government.
At the state level, Hindi is the official language of the following states: Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Delhi. Each may also designate a "co-official language"; in Uttar Pradesh for instance, depending on the political formation in power, sometimes this language is Urdu. Similarly, Hindi is accorded the status of co-official language in several additional states.
The dialect upon which Standard Hindi is based is khadiboli, the vernacular of Delhi and the surrounding western Uttar Pradesh and southern Uttarakhand region. This dialect acquired linguistic prestige in the Mughal Empire (17th century) and became known as Urdu, "the language of the court." As noted and referenced in History of Hindustani, prior to the independence of India and Pakistan, it was not referred to as Urdu but as Hindustani. After independence, the Government of India set about standardising Hindi as a separate language from Urdu, instituting the following conventions:
 standardization of grammar: In 1954, the Government of India set up a committee to prepare a grammar of Hindi; The committee's report was released in 1958 as "A Basic Grammar of Modern Hindi"


[Neend aati hai to khaab aata hai
khaab mein ek ladki aati hai,
ladki ke piche uska baap aata hai
phir na neend aati hai na khaab aata hai…

Phone Ke Rishte Bhi Bade Ajeeb Hote Hain,
Balance Rakhkar Bhi Log Ajeeb Hote Hain,
Khud To Msg Karte Nahi Hain,
Muft Ke Msg Padhne Ke Kitne Shoqin Hoti Hai…

Phoolo se kya dosti karte ho,
Phool to murjha jaate hai.
Agar dosti karni hai to kaanto se karo,
Kyuki wo chubh kar bhi yaad aate hai…

Koi gham nahi magar dil udas hai,
Tujh se koi rishta nahi phir bhi ehsaas hai,
Kehne ko bohut apnay magar tu ek khas hai,
Zyada emotional na hona uper sub bakwas hai…

Ek baat meri samajh mein bilkul nahi aata hai,
Tumhari chhapalon ki design har roz badli hui nazar aati hai,
Sabhi sandal apne aap mein attractive hain,
Kya tumhare boyfriend kisi joote ki company ke representative hain…

Ishq me ye anjam paya hai,
haath pair toote, muh se khoon aya hai
hospital pahuche to nurse ne farmaya
BAHARO PHOOL BARSAO KISIKA MEHBOOB AAYA HA

Hum Aaj Bhi Dil Ka Aashiyana Sajane Se Darte Hain,
Baagon Mein Phool Khilaney Se Darte Hain,
Hamari Ek Pasand Se Tut Jaayeinge Hazaaro Dil,
  Tabhi Toh Hum Aaj Bhi Girlfriend Bananey Se Darte Hain…]

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