Things were much simpler back then. A time when kids used to be smart, not their phones. A time when we used to wake up early to watch cartoons, and when we fall asleep on the sofa, we would magically wake up on bed. A time when happiness was getting a rupee from our parents to buy toffee. A time when playing outside was a bliss, when saving the princess from the dragon was our big adventure, when friendship was not made over Facebook. Remember that time? When festivals were meant to be celebrated, not to be posted online. When Sachin’s batting would freeze everything, people would switch on their TV sets and switch off their lives. And the only answer everyone wanted to know was “Sachin ka score kitna huya hai?”.
A time when collecting WWE card, pokemon cards was our ultimate treasure, when Shaktimaan was the voice of our conscience, and when comics were our leisure. Remember that time? When happiness was in small things, when dreams were much higher than the expectations, when the world was a canvas to our imagination. Life was much easier and simple, full of innocence, when future was a promise. It was the era of the 90’s when everything seemed so perfect.
If, like me, you grew up in the 90s, you are much lucky than the kids of today’ stupid generation. Being a 90’s Indian kid is delightful because you enjoyed your childhood fully. You experienced things that today’s kids will never ever realize. So since you’re a 90’s Indian kid you could easily remember and relate to these things which made our childhood so awesome. Those were the sweet old good days, and indeed those days are gone now. But we can always revisit the memory lane, so grab a seat on the GOOD OLD DAYS ride because we’re going for a NOSTALGIC TRIP.