A saadhu (saint) and a shikaari (hunter) meet in a forest. The
shikaari sees a bird and shoots.
He misses and exclaims: "Behanchood! I missed".
The saadhu says killing animals is wrong as it is and using
dirty language when not succeeding makes it worse. After some time the shikaari
sees a deer and shoots.
He misses again and shouts: "Lund saalaa! phir sae
The saadhu warns him: "If you use such crass language
again. I will call upon the Gods to curse you."
This time the hunter spots an elephant at ten meters range. He
shoots and still misses and cries out: "Gaanduu! Missed even
The saint loses his tolerance and prays: "O God. This man
has sinned thrice in front of a saint, despite warnings. Take him
"Thooom!" There is a lightning bolt from the sky and
the saadhu is vaporised. Awestruck, the shikaari looks towards the sky and hears
a thunder "Bhoonsadiwaalae! I missed too."