Being born in the year 1984 and being raised amidst a Big Fat Indian Family amongst the love and warmth of grandparents, timely and firm advice from parents, spirit of oneness from uncles-aunts and the feeling of camaraderie that is free from any distinguishes amongst the cousins, I have lived an eventful childhood in the 20th century with my family and moved in the 21st century with my growth as a human. So I have memories of both the centuries and now I am standing at the equidistant of the 21st century that connects the lifestyles of two different eras. We did not have a childhood with the hi-tech technology where we could video call a long distant relative or play online Ludo with my friends. In our times we would meet at a cousin's place over tea and samosas followed by gully cricket.
Since we have been imbibed with the skills of both the centuries which has made us capable enough to embrace any challenge with open arms, it is our responsibility to help and guide the 21st century kids towards understanding the real joy of life. Let's not complicate things for them with high management fundas and rather use our simple and playful tricks of past centuries and make life and childhood more memorable for them.