Wednesday, August 1

Eat This To Be A Cool Son-in-law.



Thanks Rahul for the mention.

PS. A little more on Jamaai ice-cream. Turns out it's a well-known ice-cream brand in Chennai from the Saravana Stores stable. The Jamaai website is an absolute wonder. You should be checking that website out than reading this stupid blog. Here's a gem from the website -


Jamaai is available from exclusive dealers, but not necessarily exclusive ice-cream parlours. It is widely present in all types of retail stores, including telephone booths. Jamaai having near about 1,000 outlets in Chennai alone and in about 3,000 outlets throughout Tamil Nadu.


Must be tasting absolutely wonderful, this Jamaai ice-cream. Apparently that is what Jamaai means in Tamizh, something between wonderful and awesome. Help us to know the correct meaning.

3 comments:

Balaji R Sharma said...

Haha, nice one. Heard the term before but was nice to see it bridging the Indhi-Tami'zh' gap wonderfully. Jamaai more precisely means enjoy or the verb form of 'rock'. Apt enough. With all that naach gaana and baarat stuff, the presence of the Hindi Jamaai is enjoyed too, 'isn't it'? The only diff is the Chennai jamaai can be enjoyed by more than one :p.

Adi Crazy said...

lol
I love sarvana bhavan in CP, Delhi. Next time I'll ask about Jamaai! :P

Nikhil said...

@Balaji,

Yeah, something like that.

@adi crazy,

Thanks for dropping in.
Let us know what kind of Jamaai guys at Saravana serve you!