QuiteLit Magazine presents the adventures of a legit Desi Legend called, Ms Fundebaaz !!
THE HISTORY of FUNDEBAAZ
PRINCESS JAANEMAN BAE
The Sultan ruling the Delhi Sultanate Circa 1600s, sired a daughter named Begum Jaaneman Bae. Jaaneman’s beauty was unparalleled, inspiring poets and writers from all across the civilized world into creating paeans.
Particularly impressed was a young writer from England called William Shakespeare, who based heroines of each of his novels on Begum Jaaneman Bae, according to unconfirmed reports.
Travelers from Medieval Europe braved months long ship voyage across the Cape of Good Hope, Explorers from China walked across Tibet and climbed across the Himalayas, and aliens from the neighboring galaxies sent one Flying Dish expedition after another, ALL for just one look at this legendary beauty.
THE GENESIS of FUNDEBAAZI
Ever since she started talking at the age of two
years months, the princess loved, well, talking. As it usually is with folks blessed with exceptionally high IQ, she loved absorbing as much information as she could, and then giving out unsolicited Gyan !
In the absence of Google, her queries and sermons were directed at the ladies of the harem, who she constantly badgered with free wheeling questions ranging from the ‘Meaning of life’ to Feminism..
Needless to add, the ladies of the harem soon started freakin’ out at the mere sight of the Princess, ‘coz they had absolutely no idea what the lil princess kept talking’ about, and her Funde freaked them out.
Predictably, that’s why The Sultan, and the Harem United unanimously decided to call Princess Jaaneman Bae, Miss Fundebaaz.
WHAT GENRE IS THIS, BTW
we at QuiteLit are suckers for Fairy-tale Romances. What better love story to talk about, than the one that inspired William Shakespeare.
The saga of Miss Fundebaaz is a happy one, and she ends up with a Desi legend named Mr. Lafdebaaz, eventually.
Join us, and experience the Greatest Love story ever told- Lafdebaaz-Fundebaaz !!