Look what all people do to get rain. I am desisting from using the word "Crazy" because I also did something weird hoping it would rain. I played raga Megh Malhar on my music system this morning hoping for a downpour. Nope. Nary a cloud. .(Once earlier when my gas lighter didn't work and I could;'t find matches. Iplayed Raga Deepak but the gas stove didn't light up. Tansen where are you?) So I am viewing with a bit of indulgence the marriage of two frogs solemnized in Mafhya Pradesh by, hold your breath, a state minister! My only objection to the wedding is did they take the frogs' permission? If not then it is quite unfair. May be Ms.Frog found Mr.Frog not very handsome (Too many warts) and croaked to express her protest which was mischievously misinterpreted as "I do". I am sure it was a Hindu wedding. I don't think followers of any other faith follow such practices. In that case, how did they make the frogs take seven steps around fire? That is , how the hell they were convinced that they should go around the fire instead of jumping into it in sheer disgust at human stupidity. That itself must have been a remarkable achievement. Without the seven steps the marriage would not have been valid and no less a body than the Supreme Court has said so. No seven steps means no marriage and no frog wedding means no rain. But frogs don't walk, they hop. So rules must have been relaxed for them allowing them to take seven hops. That would be a great idea. If it still didn't rain after the wedding, they can always blame it on he hops which strictly aren't steps and id it rained hops can be described as frog steps. Now about the wedding banquet. It must have had a few of frogs; favorite things. Was it an insect based menu? Aw come on. Why do we go into the details. It was not a page 3 wedding but a croakers' marriage. If it rains, the frogs did it ,if it doesn't get a few more frogs into wedlock Go on performing the ritual until it rains on its own. Then you can give full credit to the frogs for that.