Joke no. 1

An Arab in Radio Club
Hiku Arbu Radio Club Me'n

One day an Arab came to Radio club and sat in a corner with a worried face.
Hika d^ee'nhu hikr^o Arbu Radio club me'n aayo ai'n hika kunda me'n achee ud~aas moo'nha saa'n vetho .

One Sindhi saw him and asked ,'Why all this sorrow?'
Hika Sindh~eea jee huna t~e nazar pe-ee ai'n puchhiyaaee'ns,' Hed^ee ud~aasee chho? '

The Arab replied,' I am suffering from a rare disease and I need a particular type of blood which is available only in India .'
Arba javaab d^ino,'Moo'nkhe hika t~amaam ajeeb beemaaree aahe . Ai'n moo'nkhe hiku khhaas blood group khape jeko rug^o Hindustaan me'n ee milee saghe th~o.'

And he named the rare blood group.
Ai'n hina unhe virle blood group jo naalo d^inus.

Our Sindhi jumped up and said, 'Allah be praised. What luck .! That is my blood group . I will gladly give my blood to you.'
Asaa'njo Sindh~ee tipu d^e-ee uth~iyo ai'n chayaaee'n ,' Dhan~ee Rahim kare .!Ihaa t~a mu'nhi'njee blood group aahe. Maa'n t~okhe khhoosheea saa'n pa'nhi'njo rat~u d^ee'nd~us,'

The Arab was so pleased that on the next day , he presented a Mercedes car and Rs. 5OO, OOO to our Sindhi .
Arbu ahir^o t~a khhoosh th~iyo jo b^ie d^ee'nhu asaa'nje Sindh~eea khe hikr^ee Mercedez car and 5OO.OOO rupayaa d^inaaee'n.

Afterwards they went together to the hospital.
- Unhe khaa'n poi hoo b^aee gad^jee ispat~aal viyaa .

The Doctors complimented the two on successful transfusion of blood.
Doctors b^inhee khe binaa kuchhu t~akleefa je blood transfusion t~e vaadh~aayoo'n d^inyoo'n.

After one year , the same Arab returned to India and contacted our Sindhi friend .
Saala khaa'n poi hoo Arbu varee Hindustaan vaapas aayo ai'n asaa'nje Sindh~eea khe contact kayaaee'n.

But this time the Arab gave nothing to the Sindhee
Para hina d~afe Arba asaa'n je Sindh~eea khe kuchh kona d^ino.

Our Sindhi was perplexed and said to the Arab,' Why brother ! You are angry with me ! You are offering me absolutely nothing this time.''
Asaa'njo Sindh~ee bilkul mu'njhee viyo ai'n Araba khaa'n puchhiyaaee'n,'Mu'nhi'njaa bhaau! T~avhee'n moo'nsaa'n naraaz aahiyo chhaa? Hina d~afe t~a moo'nkhe kuchhu bi nath~aa d^iyo?'

The Arab smiled and said 'No brother. I cannot be angry with you. But please remember. I have now your blood in my veins.'
Arba muskiraayo ai'n chayaaee'n,'Maa'n t~a t~avhaa'n saa'n naaraaz th~ee nath~o saghaa'n. Para g^aalh khe samjho. Moo'n me'n haan~e t~avhaa'n jo rat~u aahe.

End of the joke

End of the joke

Joke no. 2

The wise king
Siyaan~o Raajaa

This is probably the oldest joke in the world, It took place during the reign of pharaohs in 2OOO B.C
Shaayid~ heeu d~uniyaa jo puraan~e me'n puraan~o charcho aahe .2OOO B.C me'n pharaoh je raaj^a me'n .

Two neighbors were constantly arguing. One was a cobbler . The other one was a musician.
B^a paar^esree hameshaa paan~a me'n bahis ka'nd~aa raha'nd~aa huaa . Hikr^o ho mochee ai'n b^iyo ho gavaeeo.

The Musician would say ,' Your hammering disturbs my singing. I cannot sing in rhythm.'
Gavaeeo chava'nd~o ho,"T~uhi'njee thak thak hameshaa mu'nhi'nje g^aain~a me'n rolo th~ee vijhe . Maa'n t~aala me'n g^aae nath~o saghaa'n.

The cobbler would reply , ; Your singing torments me . I cannot concentrate on my work .While listening to your music , many a times I have hit my fingers with my hammer.'
Mochee javaab d^ee'nd~o ho,'T~u'nhi'njo g^aain~ moo'nkhe sat~aae th~o.Ket~raa d~afaa maa'n pa'nhi'nje aa'ng~riun khe mut~arko han~a'nd~o aahiyaa'n."

So fighting like this they went to the king for a decision.
So b^aee hina numoone vir^hand~aa vir^hand~aa raajaa vati faisle laai viyaa

The king listened to them with great attention, then said, 'How stupid both of you are .! Just change the rooms.'
Raajaa t~amaam dh~iyaan saa'n b^inhee khe b^udh~o ai'n poi chayaaee'n ,'Tavhee'n b^aee ked^aa na bevakoof aahiyo. Kamraa khan~ee mataayo.:.'

End of the joke

Joke no. 3

The Indian Crabs
Hind~ust~aanee Khekhr^aa

A restaurant owner went to a Bangkok market to buy crabs for his restaurant.
Hikr^ee restaurant jo maalik Bangkok market me'n pa'nhi'njee restaurant je laai khekhr^aa vathan~a viyo.

The shopkeeper opened the first basket and showed them to the customer and said,' These are local Thai crabs .'
D~ukaan je maalik pahree'n tokr^ee kholee ai'n graahika khe khekhr^aa d^ekhaare chayo ,' Hee hit~e jaa local Thai khekhr^aa aahin.'

The customer declined and said,' They look sick.'
Graahka inkaar kayo ai'n javaab d^inaaee'n, 'Hee t~a beemaar th~aa lag^an .'

The shopkeeper opened the second basket and showed him the crabs.
D^ukaan je maalik b^ee tokr^ee kholee ai'n huna khe khekhr^aa d^ekhaariyaa ,

And said,These are Indonesian crabs, '
Ai'n chayaaee'n ,'Hee Indonesia jaa khekhr^aa aahin.'

The customer said, 'But they are very small. Show me some other variety,'
Graahk chayo ', Para hee t~a t~amaam na'ndha aahin .B^ee ka variety d^ekhaar.'

The shopkeeper showed him the third variety but there was no lid on the basket.
Dukaan je maalik tee'n tokr^ee d^akhaariyas para tokr^eea t~e ko bi dhaku kona ho.

The customer said,'These are splendid but why no lid on the basket ?"
Graahka chayo, "Hee t~a first class aahin para tokr^eea t~e dhaku chho kona aahe ?'

The shopkeeper replied, 'These are Indian crabs . Whenever any crab tries to climb out, the others pull him back . So I do not need any lid ,'.
D~ukaan je maalik chayus 'Hee Hind~ust~aanee khekhr^aa aahin. .Jad^ahi'n bi ko b^aahir nikran~a jee koshish ka'nd~o aahe t~a b^iyaa hunakhe vaapas chhikee'nd~aa aahin. Inhe kare moo'nkhe ka'nhi'n bi dhaka jee zaroorat~ konhe.'

End of the joke

Joke no. 4

A Methodical neighbour
Methodical Par^esree

Our neighbour said to me, 'I am a very methodical and excellent planner.'
Asaa'nje par^esree moo'nkhe chayo ,''Maa'n t~amaam methodical aahiyaa'n ai'n t~amaam chag~ee'n t~arah plan ka'nd~o aahiyaa'n.'

I asked him ,' How ?'
Moo'n puchhiyomaa'ns ,'Keea'n? "

He replied ,'Every morning when I get up , the first thing I do is to go through the morning paper to check the departed person's list and see if my name and photo are there.If not , I heave a sigh of relief and start planning for my day '
Hina javaab d^ino ,"Harroz jad^ahi'n maa'n ni'nda maa'n uth~a'nd~o aahiyaa'n,t~a pahiriyo'n kam iho ka'nd~o aahiya'n t~a subooha je paper me'n jaachiyaa'n t~ a mu'nhi'njo naalo ai'n photo maree viyal maan~hun me'n t~a konhe. Je na , t~a maa'n saamat~ jo saah khan~ee plan ka'nd~o aahiyaa'n t~a d^ee'nha jo maa'n chhaa chhaa ka'nd~us '

End of the joke

Joke no. 5
Secret of sweetness
Methaahaj jo G^ujhu

A person said to his friend,' Credit to you . Even after 1O years of marriage , you are speaking so sweetly to your wife on the telephone.'
Hikr^e maan~hooa pa'nhi'nje d~ost~a khe chayo,'Shaabass ath~aee jo d^ahan saalan je shaad~eea khaa'n poi bi pa'nhi'njee joi saa'n hair^o mitho telephone t~e vetho g^aalhaahee'n?'

The friend replied , 'But that is not my wife., It is yours .'
D^ost~a javaab d^inus,' Heea mu'nhi'njee joi konhe para t~u'nhi'njee,".'

End of the joke

Joke no. 6
An angel

A person said to his friend with pride,' My wife is an angel.'
Hikr^e maan~hooa pa'nhi'nje d~ost~a khe fakhhura saa'n chayo ,'Mu'nhi'njee joi t~a frisht~o aahe .'

His friend replied ,'You are lucky . Mine is still alive .'
D~ost~a javaab d^ino,' T~oo'n khhooshnaseeb aahee'n. Mu'nhi'njee joi aj~aa'n t~aaee'n jeear^ee aahe.'

End of the joke

Joke no. 7

After Marriage
Shaad~eea Khaa'n Poi

A lady said,' My husband now after our marriage has become a millionare .'
'Hikr^ee zaala chayo,'Asaa'njee Shaad~eea khaa'n poi mu'nhi'njo mur^su haan~e Lakhaapat~ee th~iyo aahe'

Her friend inquired ,' What was he before the marriage ?
Sa'nd~as saahir^eea puchiyus ,'Shaad~eea khaa'n ag^u me'n chhaa ho ?'

The lady replied, 'A Multi millionare.'
Zaala javaab d^ino ,' Crorpat~ee.

End of the joke

Joke no. 8
Strange Disease
Ajeeb Beemaaree

One person visited a doctor and said 'Doctor ! I have a serious problem . Whenever my wife speaks to me , I can't hear anything but when others speak to me , I hear very clearly . Please help me .'
Hikr^o man~hoo doctor vat viyo ai'n chayaaee'n ,'Doctor! Moo'nkhe t~amaam vad^o problem aahe. Jad^ahi'n mu'nhi'njee joi moosaa'n g^aalhaae th~ee t~ a maa'n kuchh kona th~o b^udh~ee saghaa'n para jad^ahi'n b^iyaa th~aa g^aalhaaeen , t~a maa'n t~amaam chag~ee t~arah b^udh~ee th~o saghaa'n .Mahirbaanee kare moo'nkhe mad~ad~ kayo .'

Doctor replied,' God has given you a gift and you want to return it . I will not help you in such an ungodly action . You seem to be a holy person .Pray to God for a similar gift to me .'
Doctor javaab d^ino ,' Dhan~ee t~avhaa'n khe hika sookhr^ee d^inee aahe ai'n t~avhee'n unakhe vaapas th~aa karan~ chaahiyo. Maa'n t~avhaa'nkhe aihr^e bedh~armee kama me'n mad~ad~ nath~o kare saghaa'n .T~avhee'n t~a Mahat~maa piaa lag^o .Dhan~eea khe prath~naa kayo t~a moo'nkhe bi sag^ee sookhr^ee d^e .'

End of the joke

Joke no. 9

To make a fool of oneself
Paan~akhe Bevakoof Banaain~u

In a train that was about to leave the platform , one person came rushing in a compartment . There was already another person seated there.
Hikr^ee train platform chhad^an~a t~e huee t~a hikr^o maan~hoo dukoo'n paaee'nd~o hika compartment me'n a'nd~ar ghir^yo. Ut~e ag^u me'nhee hikr^o maan~hoo vetho ho .

He said to the person already seated ',My God ! It is so hot .'
Jeko maan~hoo ag^e-ee vetho ho , unhe khe chayaaee'n ,'Dhan~ ee rahim kare! Chhaa t~a garmee aahe!'

And he switched on the A/C
Ai'n A/C start kayaaee'n ...

The other person got annoyed, and said to himself, Evidently he has no manners. He did not ask for my permission to start the A/C .'
B^iyo maan~hoo naaraaz th~ee viyo ai'n paan~khe chayaaee ,'Lag^e th~o t~a hinakhe fazeelat na aahe. Moo'nkhaa'n puchhan~a khaa'n savaai A/C start kayaaee'n.'

So he said ,,'It is already cool .Don't start the A/c .
So chayaaee'n,'Ag^u me'n hee hit~e th~adh~i aahe. A/C start na kar'

So they got into an argument and nearly came to blows.
So paan~a me'n bahis shroo kayaaoo'n ai'n zare ghat maaraamaaree th~e kayaaoo'n

Meantime the guard arrived on the scene and said , 'What is this argument about ?'
Et~re me'n guard achee ut~e pahut~o ai'n puchhiyaaee'n ,' Chhaa t~e bahis kare rahiyaa aahiyo?'

Both the passangers turned to him and gave their points of view.
B^inhee musaafiran huna d^aa'nh nihaariyo ai'n pa'nhi'njee pa'nhi'njee raai d^inee .

The guard replied, "My God ! But the A/C is out of order .'
Guard javaab d^ino, 'Dhan~ee rahim kare! Para A/C t~ a khharaab aahe .'

End of the joke

Joke no. 10

Strange sickness
Ajeeb Beemaaree

One patient went a doctor.
Hikr^o mareez doctor vat viyo.

"Doctor"! He said. 'I have a problem. Whenever someone says a number, I start counting further,'
"Doctor"!Hina chayo,'Moo'nkhe hikr^o problem aahe. Jad^ahi'n bi ker ko number th~o chaye t~a maa'n ag^t~e th~o g^an~an~ shroo kayaa'n ."

The doctor gave him a medicine and said, 'This is a peculiar case. You can pay me afterwards'
Doctor hina khe d~avaa d^inee ai'n chayaaee'n ," Heea t~a ajeeb beemaaree aahe ,bhale t~oo'n moo'nkhe poi paisaa d^iji."

After a few days the patient returned and said, Doctor! I am completely cured. How much may I pay you?
Thoran d^ee'nhan khaa'n poi mareez vaapas aayo ai'n chayaaee'n,"Doctor! Maa'n safaa theek th~ee viyo aahiyaa'n T~avhaa'n khe ket~ro d^iyaa'n ?"

The doctor said,' Five hundred only.'
Doctor chayo," Rug^o 5OO."

The patient said," What only five hundred! Five hundred and one: Five hundred and two! Five hundred and three……. .'
Mareez chayo," Chhaa rug^o 5OO . 5O1, 5O2, 5O3……"

And he went on.
Ai'n g^an~an~u ba'nd~ hee na kare.

The doctor folded his hands and said to him. Evidently you are not cured. Please leave me in peace.'
Doctor hath~a jor^e chayus ,"Lag^e th~o t~a t~oo'n kona chhuto aahee'n.Mahirbaanee kare moo'nkhe shaant~ me'n chad^.."

The patient went out and said to himself, My God! Five hundred only!'
Mareez b^aahir viyo ai'n paan~a khe chayaaee'n,"Dhan~ee mu'nhi'njaa !Rug^o 5OO."

And he went home laughing to himself.
Ai'n hoo khila'nd~e khila'nd~e ghar viyo .

End of the joke

Joke no. 11

The Clever Servant
Hooshiyaar Naukar

The man of the house returned home in a gloomy mood .
Ghar jo maalik t~amaam ud~aas mood me'n ghar pahut~o.

He was greeted by a fragrant smell of pure Ghee .
Sache geeha jee khhoshbooa khes kheekaariyo .

He said to the servant ,'' Listen : I have lost my job today . Until I get another job , no more of these costly things like pure Ghee . Cut the expenses drastically.'
Naukar khe chayaaee'n ,"B^udh~u :Aj^u mu'nhi'njee nokree pooree th~ee. Jest~aaee'n moo'nkhe b^ee naukr^ee mile,sache gheea jahr^iyoo'n maha'ngiyoo'n shayoo'n kamaa me'n na aan~. Khharch safaa ghat kar .'

Next evening when he returned , there was once again a fragrant smell of Ghee.
B^ie d^ee'nh jad^ahi'n vaapas motiyo ,t~a sag^ee gheea jee khhooshboo huee '

He said to the servant ,'Did I not tell you that I have lost my job and until I get another one ,no more of geeh and such costly things;
Naukara khe chayaaee'n ,Moo'n t~okhe kona chayo t~a mu'nhi'njee naukr^ee pooree th~ee aahe ai'n jest~aaee'n bi^ee mile ,t~est~aaee'n gheea jahr^iyoo'n mahaa'ngiyoo'n shayoo'n kam me'n na aan~ji ."

The servant replied ,'But Sir! I am making the dish only for myself for I have not lost my job.'
Naukar javaab d^ino," Par saaee'n! Maa'n t~a rug^o pa'nhi'nje laai hee dish thaahe rahiyo aahiyaa'n ,chhakan~ t~a, mu'nhi'njee naukr^ee aj~aa'n t~aaee'n salaamat~ aahe ."

Now ,would you like to have such an intelligent servant. I could send you one .
Je t~avhee'n chaahiyo t~a maa'n t~avhaa'n khe ahir^o hooshyaar naukar mokle saghaa'n th~o !

End of the joke

Joke no. 12

Photo in the Newspaper
Akhhbaar me'n photo

The poor man had just entered the house after a tough day at the office ,when his wife confronted him
Vechaaro man~hoo aj~aa'n mas ghara me'n ghir^yo ho t~a joi roobaroo aayas .

She asked ,'Do you know what has happened ?'
Puchhyaaee'ns," T~okhe khhabara aahe t~a chhaa th~iyo aahe ?"

'No! ' replied the husband
Mur^sas javaab d^ino," Na .".

'Our neighbour's photo has come in the papers.'My God ! What a publicity .'
Assaa'n je paar^esreea jo photo paper me'n aayo aahe. Dhan~ee mu'nhi'njaa! Chhaa t~a mashhooree."

'Do you know he has been caught in a big smuggling racket ? 'countered the husband
Mur^sas puchhiyus ,"T~okhe khhabar aahe t~a vad^e smuggling je case me'n pakr^iyo viyo aahe ?"

'So what ?''replied the wife,'A photo is a photo.Why it has appeared ,makes no difference ',
"Chhaa th~iyo?"jon~as javaab d^ino,"Photo mir^e-ee photo aahe .Ko fark konhe t~a chho paper me'n aayo aahe ,"

By the way , next month , we are having a grand party at home .The cream of the society will be here...Please do see that your photo also somehow appears in the newspapers. It will make a tremendous impact on all my friends.', the wife said .
Khair!B^iye mahine me'n asaa'nje ghara me'n t~amaam vad^ee shaand~aar party aahe. Society jaa choo'nd choo'nd man~hoo ee'nd~aa. Koshish kar t~a t~u'nhi'njo bi photo ka'nhi'n na ka'nhi'n numoone me'n paper me'n ache .Muhi'nje friends t~e zabard~ast~ impression th~ee'nd~o, 'jon~as chayo.

The poor man just smiled. So diplomatic !. He was a big shot in the Indian diplomatic service
Vechaare mur^sas rug^o muskiraayo. Chhaa atkalee. Iho maan~hoo diplomatic service me'n t~amaam vad^o officer ho

End of the joke

Joke no. 13

The Clever Father
Hoshiyaar Peeu

The father and the son were sitting in a restaurant having a nice chat.
Peeu ai'n putu hikr^ee restaurant me'n vehee t~amaam mauja me'n g^aalhiyoo'n kare rahiyaa huaa

Suddenly the child asked , Father ! How far is the moon from the earth ?"
Ocht~o b^aara puchhiyo ,"Papa!Cha'nda ai'n dh~art~eea hika b^ie khaa'n ket~ro pare aahin ?'

The father was quiet for a moment ,
Kuchhu vakt~ pin~as maath me'n rahiyo.

Then he said," Son : I don't know .'
Poi chayaaee'n,"Puta ! Moo'nkhe khhabara kon aaahe."

After a few minutes, the son asked again," Father! Why does the moon shine less than the sun?;
Kujhu mintan khaa'n poi puta varee puchhiyo'"Papa! Cha'ndu sija khaa'n chho th~o ghat chimke?',

The father was again quiet for a minute.
Peeu varee minta laai maath me'n rahiyo.

Then he said,! I am sorry my son! I do not know why.'
Poi chayaaee'n ,"Puta moo'nkhe maaf kar. Moo'nkhe khhabar na aahe t~a chho."

Again after a few minutes, the son asked, "Why does the moon look sometimes small and sometimes big?'
Varee kujhu mintan khaa'n poi puta puchhiyo,"Kahi'n mahal cha'ndu na'ndho ai'n kahi'n mahal vad^o chho th~o nazar ache ?"

Once again the father replied, ',Sorry my son.! I do not know the answer.'
Varee pin~as javaab d^ino," Maaf kar puta mu'nhi'njaa !Inhe jo moo'n vati javaab konhe.!

Again after a few minutes, the son started to ask something but stopped midway ,
Varee kuchh mintan khaa'n poi putas kujhu puchhan~ shroo kayo para ocht~o beehee rahiyo.

The father said ,'My son! Do ask me questions otherwise how will you have general knowledge ?.
Pin~as chayo,"Mu'nhi'njaa puta !Zaroor moo'nkhaa'n suvaala puchhu nat~a general knowledge keea'n ee'nd~ui?"

But the son only smiled to himself.
Para putas rug^o muskiraayo.

Why did the son do that ? Will anyone tell me?
Putas ee-e'n chho kayo ? Moo'nkhe ker b^udh~aaee'nd~o ?

End of the joke

Joke no. 14

Musical Ear
Musical Kanu

Sindhis are often ridiculed for their lack of musical ear.
Sindh~iyun t~e aksar thatholee kayee ve'nd~ee aahe t~a music laai kanu kona ath~an.

I beg to differ :
Maaf kajo maa'n alag raai jo ahiyaa'n

Drop a gold coin on the floor,Only a sindhi will tell you how many carats it has.
Ko bi sona jo siko zameena t~e uchhliyo t~a rug^o ko Sindh~ee hee t~avhaa'nkhe b^udh~aae sagha'nd~o t~a gharan carats jo aahe .

End of the joke

Joke no. 15

The inevitable end
An~tara'nd~ar Pachharee

The couple was dining in a five start hotel under a very cordial atmosphere.
Joi mur^su ka'nhi'n five star hotel me'n t~amaam pyaar jee mood me'n dine kare rahiyaa huaa .

Suddenly the wife turned to the husband and said, Why you are saying: You are right: even before I have completed the sentence?'
Ocht~o zaala pa'nhi'nje mur^sa d^aa'nh nihaariyo ai'n chayaaee'n ,"Hee t~oo'n chhaa kare rahiyo aahee'n ?Aj~aa'n maa'n sita ee nath~ee pooree kayaa'n t~a'nhi'n khaa'n ag^u me'n chaee'n th~o,: T^oo'n theeeek th~ee chayee'n?'

The husband replied ,'What does it matter if I say :You are right: before or at the end of the sentence? It has to be: You are right. So I accept the inevitable end gracefully. It saves tension'..
Mur^sas javaab d^ino, "Kahir^o fark th~o pae je maa'n sita je shrooaaat~ yaa pachhaareea me'n chavaa'n th~o t~a t~oo'n baraabar ahee'n. Aakhhir men t~a iho ee chavn~o aahe t~a t~oo'n baraabar aahee'n. So jekee aus th~iyan~o aahe unhe khe shrooaat~ me'n hee maa'n maj~aa'n th~o.Inhe karan~ saa'n tention na th~ee'nd~o".

How do you tackle this eternal problem? Think it over and let us know.
Hee aad~ khaa'n mushkil g^aalh keea'n th~aa salyo ?Asaa'nkhe zaroor b^udh~aayo .

End of the joke

Joke no. 16

The laziest Student
Sust~ Me'n Sust~ Shaagird~

The teacher was just fed up with his students .
Maast~ar pa'nhi'nje shaagird~an maan' sakhht bezaar ho.

He said ," Never in my lifetime , I have come across such a bunch of lazy students.'
Chayaaee'n,"Umir me'n kad^ahi'n bi moo'n hair^aa sust~ shaagrid~a na d^ithaa aahin.."

Suddenly he had a brainwave.
Ocht~o hikr^o khhiyaal aayus.

He said, 'Who is the laziest amongst you ? I shall give him hundred rupees.'
Chayaaee'n, "T~avhaa'n me'n sust~ me'n sust ker aahe ?Maa'n unhe khe 1OO rupayaa d^eed~us ."

All the students jumped up , raised their hands and said,' Sir : I am the laziest .'
Sabhu students uth~ee beethaa ai'n chayaaoo'n,"Saaee'n maa'n sust~ me'n sust~aahiyaa'n."

But one student kept sitting.
Para hikr^o student vetho rahiyo .

The teacher asked him ,'Why haven't you got up ? '
Maast~ar puchhiyus,"T~oo'n chhona uth~ee beetho aahee'n?"

He replied ,' Sir : It is a strain to get up . '
Hina javaab d^ino ,"Saaee'n ! Uth~an~ paan~ khe pator^an~ aahe.'

The teacher said ,'Evidently you win hands down. Well come to the stage and take 1OO Rupees.'
Maast~ar chayo," Lag^e th~o t~a t~o khatiyo aahe. Khhair! Stage t~e achu ai'n achee sau rupayaa vathu."

The student replied ' 'Sir : It is too much of a strain to get up and walk to the stage ' Please put the note in my pocket.'
Student chayo," Saaee'n ! Uth~an~u d^aadho th~akaaee'nd~ar kamu aahe ai'n so bi stage t~aaee'n pa'ndh~u karan~. Mahirbaanee kare notu achee mu'nhi'nje kheese me'n vijho ."

End of the joke

Joke no. 17

Mobile Numbers
Mobile jaa numbar

Two British tourist girls approached an inspector of police and said ,'We are being followed by two people and they have been pestering us to give them our mobile numbers .'
B^in a'ngrez tourist chokr^iyun hikr^e inspector of police vat veyoo'n ain chayaaoo'n, "B^a maan~hoo asaa'njo peechho kare rahiyaa aahin ai'n assaa'njaa mobile numbers khen d^iyaa'n laai hairaan kare rahiyaa aahin.' .'

The inspector of police said ,'Don't do that . Give them to me .'
Inspector of police chayo," Mat~aa'n ee-e'n kayo. Uhe moo'nkhe d^iyo."

End of the joke

Joke no. 18

An Italian Guide
Italy jo guide

The Italian Guide of a group of tourists became very emotional and said , 'Never in my life , have I come across such a congenial and intelligent group like today's..'
Hikr^o tourists jo italian guide t~amaam jazbe me'n achee viyo ai'n chayaaee'n ,Saj^ee umir me'n moo'nkhe ahor^o suthe subhav jo, ai'n hoshiyaar group kona gad^iyo aahe ."

And he went on with the praise.
Ai'n saaraah karan~ ba'nd~ hee na kare .

An American who saw through his game that he was working towards better tips, asked,'And how many times a day, do you find such congenial and intelligent groups?'
Hikr^o American ja'nhi'n hinaje hooshiyaar g^aalaahian~a je puthiyaa'n hinajee chaal samjhee t~a suthiyoo'n tips milans, puchhiyus," A'n , d^ee'nha me'n ghan~aa d~afaa ahir^e suthe subhaav joo'n ai'n hooshiyaar groups gad^ja'nd~o ahhee'n ?'

End of the joke

Joke no. 19

A Smoking Personality
Smoking Maan~hoo

In front of a posh departmental stood a person smoking a big Havana Cigar .
Hikr^e shaand~aar departmental store je b^aahiraa'n hikr^o maan~hoo vad^o Havana jo cigar smoke kare rahiyo ho.

A passer by stopped and looked at him in wonder .
Hikr^o laa'nghaaoo beehee rahiyo ai'n ajab me'n huna khe d^ithaaee'n .

He said to him ,"What a fragrance ! How many such cigars do you smoke a day ?'
Maan~hooa khe chayaaee'n, 'Chhaa t~a khhoshboo aahe! D^ee'nha'n me'n hair^aa ghan~aa cigars smoke ka'nd~o ahhee'n .'

The person was amused at this question but answered out of courtsy," Not many. Around ten a day or may be more at times.',
Maan~hoo hair^e suvaal t~e th~oro ajaba me'n paijee viyo para fazeelat~ je kare javaab d^inaaee'n ,Ghan~aa na. Shaayid~ d^ee'nha me'n d^ah shaayid~ vadh~eeka ."

The passerby asked,'If you do not mind , tell me how much one costs?'
Laa'nghaaooa puchhiyus , 'Je d~il me'n na karee'n t~a b^udh~aai hika jo aghu kaihr^o aahe ?'

The person replied, Not much ! Around Rs. 1OO per cigar '
Maan~hooa javaab d^ino ,''Ghan~o na ,Atkal 1OO rupaya hikr^e cigar jaa.'

The passerby asked , My God ! How many years have you been smoking ?'
Laa'nghaaoa puchhiyo,'Dhan~ee mu'nhi'njaa !Ai'n ghan~an saalan khaa'n smoke ka'nd~o aahee'n?

The man was amused at the barrage of questions but replied patiently, 'Around 5O years ,'
Maan^hoo hin suvaalan math~aa'n suvaalan t~e th~oro ajab me'n paijee viyo para sabur saa'n chayaaee'n ,"Atkal 5O saal."

The passerby exclaimed ,'My God ! Do you realise that if you had not been smoking , this building you are standing in front of you , would have been yours . '
Laa'nghaaooa ajab me'n chayo,"Dhan~ee mu'nhi'njaa !Chhaa t~oo'n mahisoos karee'n th~o t~a je t~oo'n ie'n na karee'n haa t~a jahi'n building je ag^yaa'n beetho aahee'n saa tu'nhi'njee huje haa ?"

The man was by now annoyed and asked the passerby,' Evidently you are a non smoker, ''Does this building belong to you.?'
Maan~hoo haan~e naaraaz th~ee viyo ai'n lagha'nd~ar khaa'n puchhiyaaee'ns, "Lag^e th~o t~a t~oo'n smoke kona ka'nd~o aahee'n. Chhaa heea t~u'nhi'njee building aahe.?"

The passerby replied ,' No,'
Laghand~ar, javaab d^ino Na..."

The man replied ,'Well ! It belongs to me .'
Maan~hooa javaab d^ino,"Khhair !Maa'n hina building jo maalik aahyaa'n"

End of the joke

Joke no. 20

Home sick
Ghara jee yaad~ jo sat~aayal

A customer entered a restaurant with a gloomy face and sat in a corner.
Hikr^o graahku hikr^ee restaurant me'n ud~aasee chahr^e saa'n ghir^yo. Ai'n hika ku'nda me'n vaj~ee vetho

The waitress went over and asked him ' What would you like to have ?' /'
Waitress ag^yaa'n vadh~ee viyas ai puchhyaaee'ns ," T~avhaa'nkhe chhaa khape?"

The customer replied ,' A burnt out toast and a black coffee without milk or sugar.'
Graahka javaab d^ino,'Hikr^o sar^yal toast ai'n coffee kha'ndu ai'n kheera khaa'n savaai ."

The waitress gave him a surprised look but she was used to such customers...
Waitress vaair^ee th~ee ve_ee para hooa ahr^an graahkan t~e hiryal huee .

So she quietly brought what she was asked for and said ,'Okay ?'
So maath meth mei'n jekee ghuryal hos , so aa'nd~aaee'n ai'n chayaaee'n ,"Theek aahe ?"

The customer replied , 'Now sit opposite to me and nag me . I am home sick.'
Grahka chayo," Haan~e mu'nhi'nje saamho vehu ain khit khit kar. Moo'nkhe ghar jee yaad~ th~ee sat~aae."

End of the joke

Joke no. 21
A sincere Hostess
Sachee Ghar Dh~ayaan~ee

My wife and myself were once invited by a Sindhi couple from Indonesia for Dinner.
Moo'nkhe ai'n mu'nhi'njee joi khe hikr^e d~afe hika Sindh~ee couple jeke Indonesia jaa rahaako hua, invite kayo.

When we arrived there , the hostess said with pride, ' Your wife told me that you like to drink only chilled beer. So I have put one bottle in the freezer for over 2 hours.
Jad^ahi'n ut~e pahut~aasee'n t~a ghar dh~ayaan~ee fakhhura saa'n chayo ," Moo'nkhe t~u'nhi'nje joi b^udh~aayo t~a t~oo'n rug^o chilled beer peea'nd~o ahhee'n .Inhe kare moo'n hikr^ee bottle freezer me'n b^a kalaak rakhee aahe ."

'I replied ,'That would be indeed wonderful .Thank you.
Moo'n chayo, " Ihaa t~a t~amaam suthee g^aalh aahe. Mahirbanee .'

'After a few mintutes , she brought a bottle which was nearly frozen.
Kuchhu mintan khaa'n poi hina hikr^ee bottle aa'nd~ee jekaa zare ghat bararf th~ee ve-ee huee.

So I said , 'Don't open it now .,Wait for 1O Minutes. Then I will drink it .'
So moo'n chayo maa'ns ," Haan~e na khol . 1O minta t~ars . Poi maa'n pee'nd~us."

She said , 'Okay.
Chayaaee'n ,"Theek aahe ."

"Within a minute she was back with another bottle , which was absolutely warm and said,' Here ! Meantime you drink this .'
Hikr^e minta a'nd~ar hooa b^ee bottle khan~ee aayee jekaa bilkul garam huee ain chayaaee'n ,Haa'n! T~est~aaee'n heea peeu."

'It was mercy of God that she had yet not opened this Bottle.
Dhan~eea jo rahim ho t~a aj~aa'n heea b^ee bottle na kholee huaaee'n .

It took me quite some time to convince her not to open this bottle.
Moo'n khe kafee vakt~u lag^o hunkhe samjhaaee'nde t~a heea b^ee bottle na khol.

End of the joke

Joke no. 22
The wily Professor
Chaalaak Professor

This is really an incident that happened in a college in Pune.
Hee kiso sach pach poon~e je hikr^e college me'n th~iyo.

A Professor of Literature had a habit of always finding fault in the essays written by his students.
Hikr^e literature je professor jee aad~at~ huee t~a hamesha pa'nhi'njan students je essays maa'n chukoo'n kadha'nd~o raha'nd~o ho.

Once the students got together and said ,' He is going too far . Let us teach him a lesson.'
Hikr^e d~afe sabhu students paan~a me'n gad^iyaa ai'n chayaaoo'n,'Acho t~a asee'n paan~a me'n gad^jee hinakhe sabak sekhaariyoo'n ,.

'So they took extracts from his various articles written before and made it cleverly into a single article.
So sa'nd~as hee likhyal puraan~an articles maa'n jeke hina ag^u me'n likhiyoo'n huyoo'n, hinan hooshiyaaree saa'n hika article thahee.

Then they gave it to the Professor , 'Sir! Give us your opinion about this article.
Poi hinan gad^jee heea article professor khe d^inee

'The Prof. went through the article quickly and said ,' Unfortunately , there are quite a few mistakes in it. Let me show them to you.
Professor article khe t~amaam jald~ee par^hiyo ai'n chayaaee'n ,"Bad~kismat~eea saa'n hina me'n jaam chukoo'n aahin .T~avhaa'nkhe maa'n d^ekhaariyaa'n th~o ."

'But before he could start , the students said , 'But Sir ! That is an extract from your articles.'
Para shroo kare hee kare t~ahi'nkhaa'n ag^u me'n, ,students chayus, ' Para saaee'n !Heea t~a t~avhaa'nje articles maa'n nikt~al aahe ."

'The professor was taken aback but quickly recovered and said ,' Do you realise how much I have progressed. Imagine! I can find mistakes in my own writings .'
Professor vaair^o th~ee viyo para jaldee paan~akhe sambhaaliyaaee'n ai'n chayaaee'n,'Chhaa t~avhee'n samjho th~aa t~a moo'n ket~ree na t~arkee kayee aahe jo pa'nhi'njan hee articles maa'n chukoo'n kadhee saghaa'n th~o ?,'

End of the joke

Joke no. 23
Party bird
Parteea T~e Roz ve'nd~ar

I said to a friend,' Ever night you are out for a party Don't you ever get tired ?''
Moo'n hikr^e d~ost~a khe chayo," Roz raat~ jo t~oo'n party t~e th~o vaj~ee'n .. Kad^ahi'n th~akjee'n kona ?

He replied ,'My God ! No. I enjoy every minute of it .'
Hina javaab d^ino," Mu'nhi'njaa Dhan~ee ! Na .'

I said, 'You must be meeting all types of people ! How do you find out the intelligent ones ?'
Moo'n chayo maa'ns ,"T~oo'n t~a t~arah t~arah jaa man~hoo gad^ja'nd~o hoo'nd~e'n." Unhan maa'n t~oo'n hoshiyaar maan~hun khe keea'n g^olhe kadha'nd~o aahee'n ?

He replied ,' Very simple . Their views are similar to mine .'
Javaab d^inaee'n, " T~amaam saulo. Hunan jaa khhiyaala bilkul moo'n jahir^aa hoo'nd~aa aahin.'

End of the joke

Joke no. 24
Fierce Competition
Zabard~ast Mukaablo

Two tooth paste manufactureres were fighting it out through big advertisements
B^a toothpaste thaahin~a vaaraa pan~a me'n isht~ihaaran je zareeye zabard~ast~ mukaablo kare rahiyaa huaa .

One of them had a brain wave.
Ocht~o hikr^e khe maghhza me'n idea aayee .

He put up a banner with the words, 'When you use our tooth paste, you will have the whitest possible teeth.'
Hikr^o banner hinan akharan saa'n, 'Jad^ahi'n t~ahvee'n heea toothpaste kamu an~ee'nd~aa ,t~a t~avhaa'n jaa d^and~a achhe me'n achhaa th~ee'nd~aa' lag^aayo."

Next morning , he was horrified to read an additional line, underneath 'Does not matter if they fall off.'
B^e d^ee'nhu dh~adh~ke me'n achee viyo jad^ahi'n hikr^ee b^ee line hethaa'n par^hiyaaee'n t~a : Parvaah naaahe je d^nd~a kiree pavan.'

End of the joke

Joke no. 25
Real Nurse
Sachee Nurse

The nurse woke up the patient and said ,'Here! Take these sleeping tablets .'
Hikr^ee nurse mareeza khe uth~aariyo ai'n chayaaee'n ," Haa'n uth~u !Ni'nda joo'n gor^iyoo'n vathu ."

End of the joke

Joke no. 26
A mouse amongst Lions
Shee'nhan Je Vicha Me'n Koo-o

A marriage procession of lions was going along in a jungle when a mouse joined them and started dancing.
Shee'nhan jee hika j^aj~a hika jha'ngala maa'n guzree rahee huee .Ocht~o hikr^o koo-o hunan me'n shaamil th~iyo and nachan~ lag^o.

The lions were amazed and said to the mouse ,'You are not one of us .Why have you joined us?'
Shee'nha 'n vaair^aa th~ee viyaa ai'n puchhyaaoo'ns, "T~oo'n t~a asaa'n maa'n kona aahee'n, poi chho asaa'n me'n shaamil th~iyo aahee'n ?"

The mouse replied ,'I was a lion before the marriage . This is what I am now .'
Kooe javaab d^ino ," Shaad~eea khaa'n ag^ume'n maa'n hiku shee'nhu hos. Haan~e maa'n hee aahiyaa'n .

End of the joke

Joke no. 27
Father, son and the donkey
Peeu, Putu ai'n Gad^ahu

A man and his son along with their donkey were going through a jungle.
Hikr^o maan~hoo ai'n sa'nd~as putu pa'nhi'nje gad^ah saa'n gad^u hika Jha'ngala maa'n vaj~ee rahiyaa huaa .

Suddenly they were accosted by a person who said,' Both of you are walking along with your donkey. At least one of you should ride the donkey.'
Ochot~o hikr^o maan~hoo hinan khe gad^iyo jahi'n chayun," T~avhee'n b^aee gad^ah saa'n gad^u pa'ndh~u kare rahiyaa aahiyo. Ghati me'n ghat t~a t~avhaa'n maa'n , hikr^e khe t~a gad^ah t~e vihan~ khape .'

Hearing this, the father put his son on the donkey.
Iho b^udh~ee, peeu pa'nhi'nje puta khe gad^aha t~e vihaariyo .

After sometime, they met another person, who said to the son', Imagine a young man riding a donkey while the old father walks behind. Shame on you.'
Kuchhu vakt~a khaa'n poi b^iyo maan^hoo gad^iyun jahi'n puta khe chayo,"Kamaal aahe. Juvaan putu vehe gad^ah t~e ai'n peersan peeu puthiyaa'n pa'ndh~u kare.

Hearing this, the father asked the son to get down and mounted the donkey himself
Heeu b^udh~ee peeu pa'nhi'nje puta khe heth lahan~a laai chayo ai'n paan~a gad~ah t~e vetho.

After some time they met another person, who said, 'Your donkey seems to be strong enough to carry both of you. Why walk in the sun?'
Kujhu vakt~a khaa'n poi b^iyo ko maan^hoo hinan khe gad^iyo jahi'n chayun.'T~ahvaa'n jo gad^ahu t~a t~aakat~var th~o lag^e. Savlaaee saa'n t~avhaa'n b^inhee khe khan~ee sagha'nd~o Poi usa mei'n chho th~aa pa'ndh~u kayo,"

So the father asked his son also to ride the donkey.
So peeu pa'nhi'nje puta khe bi gad~ah t~e vihan~a laai chayo .

After some time they met another person who said, 'Imagine both of you riding a poor donkey. Shame on you ,'
Kujhu vakt~a khaa'n poi hikr^o b^iyo maan~hoo gad^iyun jahi'n chayo. "Kamaal aahe ,jo t~avhee'n b^aee hika ghhareeb gad^aha t~e gad^u vethaa aahiyo .Sharam achan~ khapev."

This time, the father did not know what to do
Hina d~afe peeu mu'njhee piyo t~a chhaa kayaa'n

That is life. You can't please one and all. Listen to all, think it over but decide yourself what to do. Anyway, whatever you do, it is okay by me, only don't carry the donkey..
Ihaa ee hayat~ee aahe .T~avhee'n sabhnee khe khhoosh nath~aa rakhee sagho .Sabhnee khe b^udh~o, unhe t~e sochyo para paan~a hee faislo kayo t~a chhaa kaje. Khhair, jekee t~avhaa'n khe van~e so kayo. Moo'nkhe ko ait~raaz konhe. Rug^o gad^ah khe na khan~jo.

End of the joke

Joke no. 28
The king and queen of pick pockets.
Pickpockets jo Raajaa ai'n Ran~ee

Once a man was getting into a bus .Suddenly he felt that someone was trying to pick his pocket .
Hikr^e d~afe hikr^o maan~hoo bus me'n th~e char^hiyo t~a ocht~o mahisoos kayaee'n t~a ker sa'nd~as kheeso pickpocket karan~ jee koshish kare rahiyo aahe.

He caught the person red handed ,It turned out to be a lady
Hina maan~hooa khe ie'n ka'nd~e pakr^iyo. D^ithaaee'n t~a hooa zaala aahe .

He said.'How dare you try to pick my pocket ? Do you know who I am .?'
Chayaaee'n," T~okhe mu'n'nhi'njo kheeso pickpocket karan~ jee himath~a keea'n th~ee .T~okhe khhabar aahe t~a maa'n ker aahyaa'n?"

The lady replied, 'No I don't know who you are . But this is the first time someone has caught me red handed 'Well .,I am the queen of pickpockets .'I am astonished at myself .'
Zaala chayo,"Moo'nkhe khhabar kona aahe t~a t~oo'n ker aahee'n par hee pahriyo'n d~afo aahe jo kahi'n moo'nkhe pickpocket ka'nd~e vakt~ heea'n pakr^iyo aahe .'

The man laughed and said,,',Well, don't blame yourself . for I am the king of pickpockets '
Maan~hooa khilyo ain chayaaee'n."Khhair!Paan~a khe d^oh na d^e chhakaan~ t~a maa'n pick pockets jo raaja aahiyaa'n. '

They exchanded cards and started meeting each other regularly.
B^inhee cards hika bi^e khe d^inaa ai'n paan~a me'n gad^jan^u shroo kayaaoo'n .

They fell in love with each other and got married .
B^aee hika b^ie khe pyaar karan~ lag^aa ai'n shaad~ee kayaaoo'n .

In due course they had a baby boy
Kuchhu vakt~a khaa'n poi khen hikr^o kiko j^aao .

In the hospital, suddenly the nurse said 'My God! I have lost my ring .'
Hospital me'n ocht~o nurse chayo," Dhan~ee mu'nhi'njaa. M'unhi'njee mu'ndee gum th~ee ve-ee aahe ."

The mother just laughed and opened the fist of the child. And lo ! There was a ring in it.
B^aara je mau th~oro khilyo ai'n b^aara jee muthi kholyaee'n ai'n ut~e mu'ndee ladh~aaoo'n.

She gave it back to the nurse who was delighted beyond words
Huna nurse khe mu'ndee vaapas d^inee jaa had~a khhoosh th~ee

Can you believe this? Do let me know.
T~avhee'n hina g^aalh t~e ait~baar kayo th~aa ? Zaroor moo'nkhe javaaab d^iyo

End of the joke

Joke no. 29

Woman inspires us to great things, and then prevents us from achieving them. -
Zaala asaa'nkhe vad^aa kama karan~ laai himth~aae th~ee ai'n poi inhan me'n rukaavat th~ee vijhe jeea'n t~a asee'n uhe kama na kare saghoo'n

End of the joke

Joke no. 30
Bad luck with both the wives
Binhee zaalun saa'n Bad~kismat~ee

My friend said, "I have had bad luck with both my wives. The first one left me, and the second one wouldn't." -
Mu'nhi'nje d~ost~a chayo, 'Maa'n b^inhee zaalun saa'n bad~naseeb aahyaa'n. Pahiree'n moo'nkhe chhad^e ve-ee. Ai'n ' b^ee'n moo'nkhe chad^an~a jee nath~ee kare.'

End of the joke

Joke no. 31
Q: What is the difference between men and pigs?
Insaanan ai'n sooaran je vicha me'n kahir^o farku aahe ?

A: Pigs don't turn into men when they drink.
Sooara insaanan me'n nath~aa bad~iljan jad^ahi'n hoo peean th~aa .

End of the joke

Joke no. 32
Q: Why dogs don't marry?
Kut~aa shaad~ee chhona th~aa kan ?

A: Because they are already leading a dog's life!
Chhakaan~ t~a ag^u me'n hee kut~an jee zi'nd~agee guzaareen vethaa .

End of the joke

Joke no. 33
Difference between Mother and Wife
Maau ai'n joi je vicha me'n farku

Q: What's the difference between mother & wife?
A.Maau ai'n joi je vicha me'n kahir^o farku aahe ?

A: One woman brings you crying into the world & the other ensures you continue to do so.
Hikr^ee t~okhe rua'nd~o th~ee d~uniyaa me'n aan~e. Bee paka th~ee kare t~a t~oo'n rua'nd~o rahee'n ."

End of the joke

Joke no. 34
Two psycologists
B^a psycologist

Two psycologists bumped into each other.
B^a psycologists ocht~o paan~a me'n gad^iya.

Both said,'You are fine. How am I?'
B^inhee chayo," T~oo'n theek aahee'n...Maa'n keea'n aahiyaa'n ?

End of the joke

Joke no. 35
Secret of good health.
Suthee Sihat~ jo G^ujhu

I saw a man who even at 9O, was playing tennis .
Moo'n hikr^e maan~hooa khe d^itho, jeko nave var^han me'n bi Tennis raa'nd~ kare rahiyo ho.

I really admired the man. So agile.
Such pach moo'n hunakhe a'nd~ara mein saar^haayo. Het~ro phurt.

So I asked him,'What is the secret of your good health,?'
So moo'n puchhyomaa'ns ,'T~avhaa'njee suthee sihat~ jo kahir^o g^ujh aahe?'

He replied, 'Everyday I play tennis with my father.'
Javaab d^inaaee'n ,'Maa'n har roz pa'nhi'nje papa saa'n tennis raa'nd~ ka'nd~o aahyaa'.

I was wonderstruck and asked him,'My God! And how old is he ?'
Maa'n ajab me'n paijee viyus ai'n puchhyomaa'ns ,'Maalik mu'nhi'njaa !Ket~ree umir ath~as?'

He replied,'Around 11O.'
Javaab d^inaaee'n ,' Atkal 11O .'

I asked him," You come so regularly but you were absent last week.What happened ?.'
Moo'n puchhyomaa'ns ,' T~oo'n het~ro regularly ee'nd~o aahee'n para ag^ye'n haft~e nazar me'n kona aaye'n.'

He replied,'My father was getting married.'
Javaab d^inaaee'n ,'Mu'nhi'nje Papa jee shaad~ee huee.'

I said,''Miracle of God ! He must have been delighted?'
Moo'n chayomaa'ns 'Maalik jee karaamat~! Had~a khhoosh hoo'nd~o.'

He replied,'What delighted ? He had to.'
Hina javaab d^ino ,' Chhaa khhoosh! Laachaaree karn~ee piyas.'

End of the joke

Joke no. 36
Birthday party

The birthday party was in full swing .There was laughter around.
Birthday Party khhoob zor huee .Chainee t~araf khila hee khila huee .

Suddenly a young man turned to the girl nearby, whose birthday was being celebrated and said ,' See that old and ugly man! I wonder how he has got in at your birthay party.'
Ocht~o hika navjavaan hikr^ee paase varee chokreea d^aa'nh, jahi'njo birthday ho moo'nh phere chayo,' D^isee'n th~ee hoo b^udho ai'n bad~zeb maan~hoo ! Maa'n hairaan aahyaa'n t~a t~u'nhi'njee birthday party t~e keea'n achee pahut~o aahe .'

The girl went red in the face and said ,'Do you know who he is ?.'
Chokreea jo moo'nh g^aar^ho th~ee viyo ai'n puchhyaaee'ns ,' T~okhe khhabar aahe t~a hoo ker aahe ."

The young man said, 'No,tell me .'
Navjavaan chayo ,' Na! T~oo'n b^udh~aai .'

The girl said ,'Well ,he is my father.'.'
Chhokr^ee chayo ,'B^udh~u ! Hoo mu'nhi'njo papa aahe .'

The youg man was taken aback but he recovered and asked ,'Do you know who I am.?'
Navjavaan maath me'n paijee viyo para paan~a khe sa'nbhaale puchhyaaee'n,'T~okhe khhabar aahe t~a maa'n ker aahyaa'n ?.'

The girl replied ,'No! I don't .'
Chhokreea javaab d^ino, 'Na ! Moo'nkhe khhabar kona aahe'!.

The young man said ,! Thank God,'
Navjavaan chayo ,' Maalik jo rahim .'

And he bolted from there .
Ai'n ut~aa'n khina me'n bhag^o.

End of the joke

Joke no. 37
A genuine complaint
Sachee Shikaayat~

A person said to his friend,' Day and night my wife is troubling me by asking for money .'
Hikr^e maan~hooa pa'nhi'nje d~ost~a khe chayo ,' 'D^ee'nha raat~ mu'nhi'njee joi moo'nkhaa'n paisaa ghuree moo'nkhe hairaan th~ee kare.'

The friend replied,'Why don't you ask her why she wants it'.
Dost~as javaab d^ino,'T~oo'n chhona th~o puchee'ns t~a chhaa je laai paisaa khapans ?'

The person replied ,'It is no use .I just don't give her anything.'
Maan~hooa javaab d^ino ,'Ko faaid~o konhe .Maa'n t~a kujhu bi kona d^ee'nd~o aahyaa'ns .'

End of the joke

Joke no. 38
Ek Gobi

In our neighbourhood lived a jolly couple : Rekha : Gobind
Asaa'nje paar^e me'n hiku khilamukh jor^o raha'nd~o ho : Rekha -Gobind

One day when Gobind was going to the office in the morning,he happened to look at his name plate,
Hikr^e d^ee'nhu jad^ahi'n subhooha jo Gobind office th~e viyo t~a pa'nhi'njee name plate t~e nazar piyas ..

He was surprised for the name plate read Ek Gobi .
D^isee vaair^o th~ee viyo chhakaan~ t~a name plate t~e lag^al ho Ek Gobi .

Some naughty child from the neighbourhood had blackened a few alphabets.
Ka'nhi'n paar^e je shait~aan b^aara kujhu alphabets daahe chhad^iyoo'n huyoo'n

Can you tell which ones? Write to me.
T~avhee'n b^udh~aae sagho th~aa t~a kahir^iyoo'n ?Moo'nkhe likhee mokliyo .'

Gobind started laughing and calling all his neighbours, he showed them the name plate and said, We have to admit that we have very clever children in our neighbourhood.'
Gobind khilan~ shroo kayo ai'n saj^e paar^e khe kothe , pa'nhi'njee name plate d^ekhaare chayaaee'n ,'Maj~n~o pava'nd~o t~a assa'nje paar^e me'n t~amaam hoshiyaar b^aara aahin .'

What would you have done under the circumtances ?Write to me .
Saag^ee haalat~un me'n t~avhee'n chhaa kayo haa ? Moo'nkhe likhee mokliyo .

End of the joke

Joke no. 39
The perfect Linguist
B^oleea me'n had~a Hooshyaar

During my trip to Germany, the landlady where I was to stay requested an Indian student to go to the airport to help me, if there was any problem and also fetch me .
Jad^ahi'n maa'n Germany viyus, t~ a landlady jit~e maa'n rahn~o hos,hikr^e Indian student khe air port mokliyo t~a je ko problem nikr^e t~a moo'nkhe mad~ad~ kare ai'n ghar aan~e.

But when he saw me talking me in German,he said ,'Unecessarily the landlady sent me to fetch you from the airport. But evidently she did not know about your knowing German. Anyway, she always sends me to the airport to fetch students for she knows when I speak German ,people get surprised.'
Para jad^ahi'n hina moo'nkhe German me'n g^aalhaaee'nd~o b^udh~o , t~a chayaaee'n ,' Ajaayo Landlady moo'nkhe t~okhe airport t~aa'n vathan~ laai mokliyo .Para zaahir aahe t~a khes khhabar kona huee t~a t~oo'n German j^aan~ee'n . th~o. Khhair ,hamesha airport t~e Indian Students khe vathan~ laai moo'nkhe moklee'nd~ee aahe , chhakan~ t~a khhabar ath~as t~ maa'n jad^ah'n German g^aalhaaee'nd~o aahiyaa'n t~a maan~hoo ajab me'n paijee ve'nd~aa aahin .'

Without realising the implications of this remark , I told this to the landlady .'
Binaa mahsoos karan~ je t~a hina remark maa'n chhaa nat~eejo nikr^a'nd~o, moo'n landlady khe iho b^udh~aayo .

She said ,'He is absolutely right for when he speaks , we do get puzzled for we do not know if he is speaking German or English .'
Chayaaee'n ,' Bilkul sahee th~o chae ,chhakan~ t~a jad^ahi'n g^aalhaaee'nd~o aahe ,t~a asee'n sach pach ajaba me'n paijee ve'nd~aa aahyoo'n t~a hoo German th~o g^aalhaae yaa English .'

End of the joke

Joke no. 40

Before and after the marriage
Shaad~eea khaa'n ag^u me'nin ai'n poi

One day a couple dropped in my house and I told them the following joke
Hikr^e d^ee'nhu'n hikr^o Jor^o mu'nhi'nje ghar aayo ai'n moo'n hunankhe hethyo'n charcho b^udhaayo

Just before the marriage, the fiancée asked him,’ How many spoons of sugar would you like to have for tea?'
Shaad~eea khaa'n, thoro vakt~ ag^ume'n ma'ng~a'n puchhiyus,''Chaa'nhi laai ghan~aa chamchaa khapanee'n?

He said, Darling! Just stir it with your finger.’
Hina javaab d^ino ,'Darling ! Rug^o pa'nhi'nje aag~ur saa'n ghumaai.'

After one year, the wife asked him the same question.’ He replied,’Three.’
Saala khaa’n poi zaala sag^iyo suvaal puchhiyus . Hina javaab d^ino,’Te .’

The couple listened to the joke. The husband looked very fondly at his wife and said, ’With me it is the reverse. Before the marriage, I used one spoon of sugar for a cup of tea. Now I do not use any.’
Jor^eea d^aadhho dh~yaana saa’n charcho b^udh~o. Poi mur^sas t~amaam sika saa’n pa’nhi’njee joi d^aa’nh nihaare chayaaee’n ‘Moo’n saa’n bilkul ubat~r kiso aahe. Shaad~eea khaa’n ag^ume'n maa’n chaa’nhi me’n rug^o hikr^o chamcho vijha’nd~o hosi. Haan~e t~ maa’n bilkul kuchh na vijha’nd~o aahiyaa’n .’

Any comments? Where do you stand? Please do write to me.
T~avhaa’njo chhaa khhyaal aahe? T~avhaa’njee kahir^ee haalat~aahe? Zaroor moo’nkhe likho.

When I told all this to another friend,he was very skeptic about it and said,'You should have asked him,if he had become diabetic after the marriage .'
Jad^ahi'n moo'n, heeu sabhu hika b^iye d~ost~a khe b^udh~aayo,t~a thatholee ka'nd~e chayaee','T~oo'n, puchhee'ns haa t~a shad~eea khaa'n poi diabetic t~a kona th~iyo aahe.

But I have no intention of losing friends.
Para moo'nkhe d~ost~a vij~aain~a jo ko iraad~o konhe..

End of the joke

Joke no. 41

An easy solution
Savlo hal

A friend of mine once said to me,' My God! This fellow phones me 1O times a day. He is just eating my brain.;'
Hikr^e d~ost~a moo'nkhe chayo,'Dhan~ee rahim kare.! Hee maan~hoo t~a d^ee'nha'n me'n d^aha d~afaa moo'nkhe phone th~o kare .Asul mu'nhi'njo maghhzu khaaee viyo aahe ..'

I said, ‘That is news.’
Moo’n chayo maa’ns ,Ihaa t~a naee khhabar chaibee .’

My friend gave me a puzzled look and said, What news?
Mu’nhi’nje d~ost~a moo’n d^aa’nh mu’njhiyal numoone me’n nihaariyo ai’n chayaaee’n , ’Kahir^ee naee’n khhabar ?’

I said,'I did not know you had a brain . How can one eat something that does not exist?’
Moo'n chayomaa'ns ,'Moo'nkhe khhabara kona huee t~a t~okhe maghhzu aahe.Jekaa shai huje-ee na, t~a unakhe keea'n khaaee saghje tho?

My friend said,’ My God! Instead of helping me, you are making fun of me.
’Mu'nh'nje d~ost~a chayo ,Dhan~ee mu'nhi'njaa! Moo'nnkhe mad~ad~ karan~a je bad~raa'n moo'nt~e thatholee kare rahiyo aahee'n .'

I told him,'You should have taken his first call and known the reason for his phoning you.'
Moo'n chayo maa'ns ,'Pahiriye'n d~afe hee huna khaa'n puchhee'n haa t~a chho phone kayo athas .'

My friend said ,'Oh my God ! That did not occur to me .'
Mu'nhi'nje d~ost~a javaab d^ino ,Dhan~ee mu'nhi'njaa ! Moo'nkhe t~a iho khhyaala me'n bi na aayo.'

Now what is your opinion about this man? Do write to me.
Haan~e moo'nkhe b^udhaayo t~a t~avhaa'njee inhe maan~hooa je baare me'n kahir^ee raai aahe? Moo'nkhe zaroor likho .'

In life there are so many persons like him who don't work in proper fashion. They complicate things for themselves and others
Hayaat~eea me'n ahir^aa jaam maan~hoo'n hoo'nd~aa aaahin jeke saheeh numoone me'n kamu kona ka'nd~aa aahin .Pa'nhi'n je laai bi monjhaaro kan ai'n b^iyan laai bi,'

And above all claim they are overworked and waste your time in trying to convince you about it. Find me one person who says he is disorganized but is doing his best to put things in order.
Vad^ee g^aalh t~a sabhu d~aava ka'nd~aa aahin t~a math~in t~amaam vad^o kama jo bojo aahe . Ai'n t~avhaa'nkhe ihaa g^aalh maj~aain~a jee koshish me'n t~avhaa'njo vakt~u vij~aaee'nd~aa ahahin. Moo'nkhe hikr^o maan~hoo d^ekhaariyo ,jeko chae tho t~a maa'n ultu pultu kamu ka'nd~o aahiyaa'n para haan~e zabard~ast~ koshish kayaa'n vetho t~ a pa'nhi'nje kama me'n sudh~aaro aan~yaa'n

End of the joke

Joke no. 42

B^a Bombs

Two Stupid persons found two bombs on the road.
B^in bevakoof maan~hun rast~e t~e 2 bombs ladh~aa.

One of them said,'Let us go to the police and give them these bombs '
Hikr^e chayo,' Halo t~a asee'n police vati haloo'n ai'n khen ihe bombs d^iyoo'n.'

The other one replied,'What is one of them bursts on the way.?'
B^iye chayo,'Chhha th~ee'nd~o je hikr^o rast~e t~e phaatee paye?

The first one said,'We will lie to the police that we found only one.'
Pahriye'n chayo,'Asee'n police khe koor^ b^udh~aaee'nd~aasee'n t^a asaa'n khe rug^o hikr^o ladh~o.'

Joke no. 43

Beggar and the girl friend
Fakeer ai'n sa'nd~as Saahir^ee

Beggar: 'Sir,Give me ten rupees for tea.'
Fakeer: Saaee'n mu'nhi'njaa !Moo'nkhe chaa'nhi'n je laai d^aha roopayaa d^iyo.'

The man said: But a cup of tea costs only Rs.5
Maan~hooa chayo, 'Para chaa'nhi t~a 5 roopaye mila'nd~ee aahe.'

The beggar replied,'Sir,' But I have also to give tea to my girl friend .'
Fakeer javaab d^ino,' : Para saaee'n moo'nkhe pa'nhi'njee girl friend khe bi chaahi'n d^iyan~ee aahe .'

Man: I didn't know that you beggars also made girl friends.'
Maan~hoo: Moo'nkhe khhabara kona huee t~a t~avhee'n fakeera bi girlfriends thaahee'nd~aa aahiyo.'

Beggar: No Sir :' It is the girl friends who make us beggars.
Fakeer: Na saaee'n! Ihe girl friends hee asaa'nkhe fakeer thi~yoo'n thaaheen.'

End of the joke

Joke no. 44

Present before suicide
Khhood~kasheea khaa'n ag^ume'n sookhr^ee

The husband said to the wife,'I am so sick of your daily requests that I have decided to commit suicide.'
Mard~a zaala khe chayo,' Maa'n tu'nhi'nje roz roz je farmaaishun maa'n ahir^o t~a t~a'ng th~iyo aaahiyaa'n jo moo'n khhood~kashee karan~a jo faislo kayo aahe.'

The wife replied: 'Before you do so, buy me a white sari which will be useful after your death.'
Zaala chayo,'Ie'n karan~a khaa'n ag^u, mu'nhi'nje laai hika achhee sar^ee vathee d^e jekaa tu'nhl'nje maut~a khaa'n poi kam ee'nd~ee.'

End of the joke

Joke no. 45

Two deaths in the family
Ghara me'n b^a maut~a

A person cried a lot on his father’s death.
Hikr^e maan~hooa pa'nhi'nje peeu je maut~a t~e d^aadho runo.

People consoled him over it.
Maan~hun khes d~ild~aaree d^inee.

Meantime, he received his sister’s phone call.
Et~re me'n bhen~as jo phone aayo.

At this he started sobbing even more.
Inhe t^e vadh~eeka ruan~u shroo kayaee'n.

People asked him, 'What has happened?
Maan~hun puchhiyus,' Chaa th~iyo aahe?'

He said, What a calamity! My sister's father has also died.’
Hina javaab d^ino, 'Chhaa t~a Kahir^u. Mu'nhi'nje bhen~ jo bi peeu maree viyo aahe.'

End of the joke

Joke no. 46

A Miser
Hiku Kanjoos

One day a few guests came to the house of a miser'
Hika d^ee'nhu hika kanjoosa je ghar kuchhu mahmaana aayaa.

The wife said to the husband,'Go and bring something for the guests.'
Zaala mur^sa khe chayo,' Vaj~u ai'n kuchhu mahmaanan laai aan~.'

The miser went out and brought a taxi'
Kanjoos b^aahir viyo ai'n hika Taxi vathee aayo.

(sindhi by Inayat memon)

End of the joke

Joke no. 47

Fooling someone
Ka'nhi'nkhe Uloo banaain~u

Translation in Sindhi Arabi cby Inayat Memon Friend : Are you trying to make a fool of me?
D~ost~: Chhaa t~oo'n moo'nkhe Uloo banaain~a jee koshish kare rahiyo ahee'n?

Reply: I let nature take its own course. I dare not interfere.
Javaab: Maa'n kud~irat~ khe jekee van~e, so karan~ d^ee'nd~o aahiyaa'n. Maa'n vicha me'n na pava'nd~o aahiyaa'n.

End of the joke

Joke no. 48

Unfair allegations
Ajaayaa Ilzaam

Wife: You are always accusing me of buying unnecessary things.Look at yourself. You have bought a fire extinguishher last year. Have you used it until today?
Zaala: T~oo'n hamesha moo'nt~e ilzaam rakha'nd~o aahee'n t~a maa'n ajaayoo'n shayoo'n khhareed~ ka'nd~ee aahiyaa'.Th~oro paan~a d^aa'nh bi nazara pheraai..Ag^ye'n saal t~o hiku fire extinguisher khhareed~ kayo aahe. Chhaa aj~aa'n t~aaee'n kama me'n aa'nd~o ath~aee?'

End of the joke

Joke no. 49

Lucky Friend
Khhooshkismat~ Dost~u

I bumped into a friend of mine. He look so happy.
Moo'nkhe ocht~o hiku d~ost~u gad^iyo. D^aadho khhoosh piye lag^o...

I asked him, What is the reason of your looking so happy?
Puchhiyomaa'ns: T~u'nhi'nje hair^e khhoosh lag^an~a jo kahir^o sabab aahe?

He replied" I paid of my debts last night.'
Javaab d^inaaee'n, 'Kalha raat~ jo moo'n pa'nhi'njaa sabhu karza d^e-ee pooraa kayaa

I asked,'Where did you get the money from?'
Puchhiyomaa'ns: Paisaa kith~aa'n milyai?

He said'Nothing of the sort.My creditor had a heart attack last night and died .
Javaab d^inaee'n :Ahr^ee kaa g^aalh konhe. Kaalha moo'nkhe karzu d^ee'nd~ar heart attack me'n maree viyo .

End of the joke

Joke no. 50

Money and Experience
Paiso ai'n Azmood~o

A friend asked me 'How did you make your fortune.
Hikr^e d~ost~a moo'nkhaa'n puchhiyo: T~o et~raa paisaa kee'a'n kamaayaa?'

I replied,'I became the partner of a very rich man. He had money and I had experience
Moo'n javaab d^inomaa'ns: Moo'n hika t~amaam shahooakaar maan~hooa saa'n bhaaeevaree kayee. Hunakhe paisoo ho ai'n moo'nkhe aazmood~o

The friend asked,So what happened?'
D~ost~a puchhiyo,' Poi chhaa th~iyo ?'

I replied,'Now I have his money and he has my experience'
Moo'n chayo:Haan~e moo'nkhe huna jo paiso aahe ai'n hunakhe mu'nhi'njo aazmood~o

End of the joke

Joke no. 51

Dukan~a jee competition'
Sprint Race

Boy to the mother,'I won this watch in a sprint race.'
Chhokr^e maau khe chayo, 'Moo'n heea watcha hika duka je competition me'n khatee aahe.'

Mother asked proudly,'Who were your competitors?"
Maau fakhhura maa'n puchhiyo,'Tu'nhi'njaa competitors ker huaa?'

The boy replied,'The owner of the watch,the policeman and myself.'
Chhokr^e javaab d^ino, Watcha jo maalik, police vaaro and maa'n.'

End of the joke