The World of Swami Rhyme Dev

Disclaimer: The following is an original work o fart by Rofl Indian. Resemblances to any person, man or woe-man, living or dud, naked or clothed, shaven or unshaven, or even choleric or flatulent, is purely coincidental, unintentional, suppositous, unsubstantial and decidedly imaginery, even by the farthest stretches of distorted imagination.

 

Swami Rhymedev: An Introduction.

Bolo Swami Rhyme Dev ki Jai! Meaning thereby, let’s chant the sacred name of His Holeyness.

 

Born as Ghananondo, Swamiji jerked free of all his earthly attachments to the fruits of carnal labour, allowing him to attain a state of supreme abstraction beyond all evil. At the moment of his distillation with Truth, he discovered he could expound in verse, foot around in verse, snoozle in verse, do his holy ablutions in verse, deliver his pathbreaking discourses in verse and generally have a bally time in verse. In other words, he’d become truly versatile. A true disciple of Swamiji, Rofl Indian has taken upon himself the sanctimonious task of spreading Swamiji’s message of spiritual love and tolerance.

 

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Excerpt from Swami Rhymedev’s Book Of Versace Verses; Page 144, upar se teesra verse (third verse from the top). Attention please.

 

Raa-ni, Mall-licka, Shilpa Shet-ty

All other bimbos, dumb n’ pret-ty

Bare your soul baby, show me your grace

Come hither, exult, in my embrace.

 

Interpretation: Here, ’embrace’ is purported to mean a holy embracement of the soul, without causing any embarrassment for either the bimbos or the venerable Swami. In this verse, Swamiji wishes to say that his knowledge of bimbos is the root of all wisdom, the root of all that is sublime and ethereal in the universe. It is the purest form of transcendental knowledge, silky and translucent, and because it gives an insightful perception of the real self by realization, it is the way to ensure perfection of soul.

For a tougher explanation of things, the reader is urged to visit this remarkable page and try to interpret the magical prose there.

Swami Rhymedev has kindly consented to make Rofl Indian’s blog as his sacred abode. We all look forward to having the tidbits of spiritual nectar thrown up by the Baba every now and then.

Jai Baba Rhymedev.

 

 

 

 

 

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15 Comments on this article. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. ~uh~™ August 21, 2009 at 1:03 pm -

    First thing- Happy Birthday to you. You made a difference to some of our world by being born though you didn’t not have a direct responsibility for the event.
    Second- The new look is exciting; minimal and light, like a short skirt. It works.
    Third- Awesome portrait. My comment is blasphemy the drunk for world can has the joke spirit before the pig below die into baba’s usings. Back front life all round pranayam disclaimer sucking human nature.
    Poor philosophy :’There is no hurry to rich’ learnt from the link.
    *thud*

    RI:I told you. The link was a goldmine for prizehunters. Thanks for da wishes 🙂

  2. couchpapaya August 22, 2009 at 2:00 am -

    oh man, u even got the squinty eye in the portrait, my imagination MUST be distorted!! love urs and uh’s new hobby of sketching

    RI: Thanks. We used to sketch birds and bees occasionally, now its a dedicated effort 😀

  3. spikeace August 22, 2009 at 4:08 am -

    Hi Doc,
    Happy birthday to you!

    RI: Thank you 🙂

  4. whatsinaname August 22, 2009 at 8:51 pm -

    heres wishing the doc the spiritual nectars of all the devs 😀
    Happy day and year to you!
    BTW, is this book only for men? I mean the verse seems dedicated to the bimbos! How about verses for knowledge of the dumb hunks?

    RI: Thank you, thank you for the profuse wishes. 🙂
    Baba Rhyme dev is a very wise man. He sees everything and shall speak the right words of wiesom at the right moment 🙂

  5. doctoratlarge August 23, 2009 at 12:22 am -

    I had the fortune of meeting his holiness Baba Rhyme devji once and after persistent begging (and a sizable donation to his charitable works) i heard the full divine poem, the first stanza of which has been published by Rofl. The next four lines that fell like pearls from his divine lips are as follows (addressed to the same three ladies):

    Fear not my crooked eyes,
    My unkempt beard don’t despise,
    I can contort, twist and bend,
    To impart (yogic) bliss without end.

    RI: You met him? Must’ve been the moment of the year!

  6. cutting_chai August 23, 2009 at 8:39 am -

    Waiting with anticipation for more ‘spiritual nectar’……great stuff!!

    RI: Your wishes shall soon be fulfilled 🙂

  7. rahul August 24, 2009 at 5:11 pm -

    first of all..belated happy birth day..wow what a work of fart must say..the holeyness has been drawn to a pee :D…………….I think he deserves a few more posts…the bimbo mantra is too cool…by the way it’s has been remixed by mika.. now Baba Rhyme Dev performs a hip-hop with the bimbos on it !!

    RI: Thanks Rahul. Does hopping about on one leg qualify as hip hop? 😀

  8. witsnnuts August 24, 2009 at 8:31 pm -

    ROFL 😀 …. What a work o fart. .. Do i have to pay any membership fees to become his disciple ???

    RI: No, Chanting his rhymes will do.

  9. skyfullofclouds August 25, 2009 at 8:39 pm -

    Looking forward to more gyan from the great gyaani Swami Rhmye Dev ji.

  10. Vee August 29, 2009 at 4:40 am -

    Jai Ho…

    RI: Jai ho! 🙂

  11. Paritosh September 1, 2009 at 2:19 pm -

    Dude… you are awesomely funny.

    RI: Thanks for the compliment 🙂

  12. Kshitij September 6, 2009 at 1:51 am -

    Dude! Your blog tops the list of blogs I recommend on my blog. You haven’t been posting. I am gonna take you off – get something real quick man!

    RI: Your sane advice has worked 😉

  13. Vinay September 17, 2009 at 5:01 pm -

    Jai bhabha RhymeDev! ..

    RI: Jai ho!

  14. Salaryman March 28, 2010 at 4:44 pm -

    We also have a Night Ananda Baba who prefers bimbos of Run Jeeta kind. Do you know of him. Jai Night Ananda.