Category Archives: Sardar Santa/Banta - Page 8

Learning by correspondence

n Canada Santa earned enough money to buy himself a brand new car. He drove out of the sales depot with an L-plate on the car. As the car zig-zagged down the main highway, a traffic cop picked him up, “Why are you going from one side of the road to the other?” he demanded.
Read more »

Banta and a thief !

One night, Banta was walking home when a thief jumped on him all of a sudden. Banta and the thief had a terrific tussle. They rolled about on the ground, and Banta put up a tremendous fight until, at last, the thief managed to get the better of him and pinned him to the ground.

Read more »

Impatient in two hours!

After a number of years in England Santa decided to visit his native village in Punjab. But he decided to spend a few days in Bombay and then a day in Delhi to pay homage in the Bangla Saheb Gurdwara near Connaught Place.
He landed in Bombay and friend received him. He enjoyed his sightseeing in Bombay and after a couple of days boarded a train for Delhi.

Read more »

Santa in train

Santa was traveling in a train. The ticket collector came and asked him to show his ticket.
Santa politely asked, “Which one should I show, the one in my right pocket or the one in my left pocket?”
The T.C. was taken aback. He then said, “Show me the ticket in your right pocket.”
Read more »

Time bomb!

Santa Banta were driving their Maruti to the spot where they intended to place their bomb.
Santa looked very worried. “Banta, what happens if the bomb we have on the back seat blows up before we get to the site?”
“Not to worry,” replied Banta, “I have a spare one in my attaché case.”

Street Smart

Santa was walking on the road and paused to read the graffiti on the wall.
It read “padne wala gadha ” (the one who reads this is donkey).
Santa though for an hour, erased and wrote back, “Likhene wala gadha “(the one who writes this is donkey).