The last post about my college has triggered some memories. I was part of the Culturals team, calling our selves Kazhaik Koothadigal Kuzhu (something similar to vaudeville performers). We attended a cultural festival in Karunya Institute of Technology, Coimbatore. Karunya is a Christian Minority Institution, and their religous edicts are so strict that Christian students (of other denominations) are afraid to go there.
They were always playing the hymns in the bus that took us from the hostel to the college. Or it was somebody preaching. After the first day it really got us irritated. So the next day when they started playing those religious songs, we coined this slogan "Nagore Muruganukku Allelooya" and shouted it at the top of our voices. The whole bus burst out laughing.
For those who didn't get the joke - Nagore is where a famous Dargah of a Muslim saint is, Murugan is a Hindu God, and Allelooya is the Tamil version of Hallelujah.