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Pappettan goes for a party in Zurich, Switzerland. There, he meets a fellow Indian. The fellow Indian takes Pappettan to a Guru-ji (Guru + -ji). who is also attending the party. Guru-ji acts like a wise man, speaks softly and exchanges pleasantries with Pappettan. Pappettan, like a gentleman that he is, answers politely. All of a sudden, Guru-ji takes a piece of paper, writes down something on it, folds the paper and gives it to Pappettan. Pappettan is intrigued by this. But he accepts the piece of paper.
Guru-ji: Tell me the name of a flower
Pappettan: *confused, looks eagerly at Guruji for an explanation*
Guru-ji: *silently waits for an answer*
Pappettan: *thinks hard and then* Lotus
Guru-ji: *disappointed, shakes his head* Tell me the name of a garden flower.
Pappettan: *thinks harder, unable to think of anything and then* Rose...
Guru-ji: *smiles* Now, look at the piece of paper
Pappettan unfolds the piece of paper and finds "Rose" scribbled on it. Then, Pappettan suppresses a smile and acts impressed.
Fellow Indian: *intervenes* Now, give dakshina for Guru-ji
Pappettan: * reaches the pocket to take one Swiss Franc but keeps up the pretense* How much is the dakshina?
Fellow Indian: Hundred and One.
Pappettan: *suppresses laughter and then* Please accept one Swiss Franc. I don't have the hundred.
Fellow Indian happily accepts the dakshina for the Guru-ji.