When I look back and take a look at the history, I realize that no other decade can every match up with the decade of 90s. An era when the world took a leap in terms of culture, technology, values, and what not. And I am lucky enough to call myself a 90s born because only my co-borns can understand what actually I mean. This bunch of children are unique in their perspective and probably the ones who had the best childhood in many regards. Here I present my favorite stuff I call them ‘assets’ because they have been very precious to me and will always remain. Hope many of you will also relate to these and leave you in the period of sheer purity.
Our Most Valuables
The treasure and its value every 90s kid would remember. Every single coin used to matter that time.
And the Piggy Banks Made of Clay
Our First Television Set
And the cinema-hall-like-scene in our drawing room to watch BR Chopra's Mahabharat.
(The image is indicatory and despite digging out a lot I couldn't get the exact one. Please share if anyone has)
Our Favorite Superhero- Shaktimaan
My Friends and I Remembering Shaktimaan
The story can not end without this family.
Enough of TV?
Actually, my nostalgia is associated with TV more than anything else that's why took a long halt here. Now, let's see what else do I have.
Unlike today's fancy school bags, I used to go to my school carrying such an antique piece.
Even the advertisements used to be very realistic in that epoch.
Am I going off the topic? No na? Yeah, I know I am a very focused chap. Here's the proof.
Well, this was one of my key and favorite weapons to get Green Mangoes out of the trees.
Hope you like this bizarre collection, which I call an asset and many of you had related to my story. Share yours if any.