Friday, January 17, 2014

How do you feel music

Sometimes I wonder what makes a music catchy how do you connect to a particular jingle may be !! Is it the cast , is it the background scene , the music itself ? I mean what exactly . My friend once answered it's the soul of the music. If that is the case I asked him do you like po po/ hud hud kinda music in salman khan songs or do you like yo yo/gangsta kind of rap.He said yes. He said "sab ka apna taste hota hai be" .I thought perhaps that was the right answer .

My personal taste is of English classics, rock, metal, Sufi, techno, electronic ,Bollywood , Folk songs etc.. I do like all kinds of music. But amongst all these genre I feel I have some favourite's too. This means it was not about taste either. My answer is " it's about how one relates to the song resembling from his very own instances in life " .
One common instance I know is of Love. I guess perhaps that's why majority of the music created in the world is revolved around only one theme called "Love" . Everyone in this world has experience this feeling in any stage of his life from cradle to grave. (A word of advice for all the girls/boys out there, never fall for a guy/girl who doesn't love music at all. because he/she can't feel love :))

I think people feel music by relating to it and not by any soul or taste !!

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Into The Wild

 “You have to get lost before you can be found.”

The story of my journey began on a contemplative note. You might agree that at some point in our lives, we begin to introspect. I asked myself if I would dare try out something radically different or break away from my conditioned, comfortable and secure lifestyle.
Months later I got my answer thanks to my college friends. Since a long time, we had been planning a filmy style reunion, clearly inspired by the popular Hindi film ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ which loosely translated means ‘You Live Just Once!’
A close friend suggested we get together and share some of the profound moments of our life in a totally fresh and inspiring environment. We decided to head for the pristine Himalayas.
Our tour was a combination of jeep safari and high altitude trekking. Barlachala Pass in the Himalayas was to be our final destination, but with weather playing spoilsport, we had to cut short our adventure and instead camped at Chandartaal, in Lahaul Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh. 

The beautiful hill station of Manali - located at an altitude of 6,726 ft (above sea level) - was our base camp. We had scheduled a stop-over in Manali for two days which helped us get acclimatized to the high altitude and low temperature. We made the most of this halt, taking in the picture-postcard-like scenery and visiting popular tourist spots like the Hadimba Devi temple, Manu Temple and the Tibetan monastery.
On day three, we started out early as we drove across the famous Rohtang Pass which was covered in snow. As we crossed over from Rohtang Pass, we saw the geography transform from a lush green valley to dry, arid land.
The treacherous road after Rohtang Pass was bumpy and tiring all the way. We took a much-needed break on an inviting grassy patch at Chatru, better known as the oasis of the high altitudes. It was here we took a mouthwatering lunch break at a roadside dhaba . The place was buzzing with tourists from different countries, digging into the local, spicy delicacies. 

Post lunch, our trek continued amidst the majestic setting of glaciers, towering mountains and water streams. Batal was our next stop and from here on we had to walk through the rugged terrain to reach our wonder-land.
After trekking for what seemed like an eternity, we finally made it to our dream destination - Chandartaal. One look at the sprawling lake and the surrounding mountains revitalized our weary bodies and senses, erasing the exhaustion in one dramatic stroke.

Since it was quite dark, we decided to pitch up our tents and explore the place the next morning. We all had a great time cooking in the tent and catching up on old times. Though the best part of the trip was the sharing of our experiences, thoughts and feelings which brought us closer than before, and cemented our friendship. The clear night sky accentuated by innumerable stars, and the snow capped mountains gleaming in the moonlight was a divine experience that was made even more special as we were all together drinking in this beauty and sharing the sharp, unexpected joy it brought us.

The next morning was just as spectacular when we discovered the real treasure - Chandrataal (moon lake). The stunning sweet water lake, situated at an altitude of about 14,000 feet, took our breath away. The crystal clear sparkling lake is also known for its medicinal value, and is frequented by many wildlife species including snow leopards and deer.
A small meadow on either side of the lake makes it a perfect camping location to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of this jewel of Spiti. This is accompanied by a magnificent view of Himalayan Chandra Bhaga region. We spent the next two days mostly trekking, and before we realised, it was time to pack-up!

"Walk till eternity"

Through this memoir, I wanted to share my experiences with anyone who wishes to take a break from the routine and refresh the senses in the company of Mother Nature. To conclude, in the words of Jon Krakauer , “Happiness is only real when shared.”

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Funny Faces

I believe travelling to places brings out the creative side of a person . Because he starts engaging into personal conversation with himself. But time of journey is major factor in deciding in identifying the levels and depth of creativity. In long journey you starts to think deep enough about things life , love, lust , spirituality , religion etc etc. But what if the journey is short - well in those moments you tend to reflect on your day back , watch people's habit , co-passenger conversation and start forming opinion about them their background etc. So travelling in nutshell is a great exercise for one to explore different aspects of life and people living those aspects.So is the case with my frequent travels in Mumbai local that evokes such creativity in me. :)

Yesterday I was watching people and observing how funny their skull structure would look like comparing them to neanderthals, homo sapiens kinds. Trust me they never look same and are quite funny. Throughout the journey I was laughing at myself imagining different skulls of people out of their faces. It all started with a thought that what's behind those sad and tired faces . And then I got into the thought literally :)

Saturday, June 2, 2012

Usual outsourcing hue and cry by west

Some time I just get flummoxed by the silly arguments made by politicians in the west on outsourcing jobs to India. By Outsourcing they probably imply call center operations in India , Philippians etc countries.  For them it's a shame that their jobs are outsourced but my questions is would they love to be at the receiving end of call centers call and be willing to respond to the silliest arguments , complaints or angry comments etc made by people . The answer is big NO. The reason being is that they unarguably think that they are the superior enough for such jobs and would never get their hands dirty in such menial jobs. In fact this was the reason why first the thought of outsourcing these jobs to cheap labor countries like India was proposed . So that Luxury lifestyle of even common average westerner is not compromised. But after every bloom phase comes a gloomy one .In fact in such moments they tend to realize the things which once overlooked in search of greener pastures. Well this time the phase was Recession. Earlier the thought that if a US citizen works as call center employee in that same pay 5 Indian would be willing to work for it. Now that's cheap and amount to "huge saving" to nation, so let's Outsource.. Now we may multiply it with suitable multiplier as it may please to anyone. Of course India would multiply with different number than westerner. On account of me being Indian :) my argument is that if a Indian company receiving outsourcing jobs is 1 bn dollar company and now employs 100000 people in India leading to higher productivity , would it be doing anything wrong to a nation like US for which we may be saving 19 bn dollar just cost per se.Current hue cry about outsourcing jobs sounds like a guy out of job and is willing to fire a housekeeper to gain some savings . But would it give his job back or for that matter how much saving can it accrue out of firing. Would that guy be willing to take up the job of housekeeper in some other person's home .The answer is big NO again because in that case they are overqualified. So question is what purpose does such discontent about outsourcing job actually serve. 

Now in current election the same hypocrisy is being shown by Obama admin to Mitt Romney but again that's a cheap political salvo. I wish to ask all those who applause on such statement made by Obama administration on outsourcing are they willing to work as a Call center employee . If answer is big YES . Than please take back your jobs be content with it because  India is already in need for these lakhs of educated people who work hard to make you lazy bums of west  feel comfortable. These Lakhs of youth are needed anyway to build a strong nation of India (conditions apply : our government is sensible and intelligent enough to take advantage of demographic dividend)

Monday, May 28, 2012

So true


Today once again in moments of a storm of usual rambling of various thoughts, one thought caught my attention. The power of forgiveness !! I realized a person ponder aimlessly when alone thinking about his past ...about things he could have done better or better avoided . And he/she submerges self into oblivion of endless guilt . I guess that's what past do to people. Then I thought what's new in this. People will always get an answer as "yes" to the question " could I have done it better" . But exactly that's the point . Rather than deep diving in a sea of guilt and sadness one should do a great favor to oneself and that is to forgive oneself, because no body else would do that for you. You will realize the moment you forgive yourself for all that could have been done better by you , you will start feeling light and suddenly there is discreet surge of energy and heightened concentration urging you to move forward and pick yourself up from whee you are standing now and to move to greater heights. Realizing that no matter what choices you will make now some of them will be  hurtful in hindsight but forgiving yourself in those moments will propel you towards a better you. And that's what a man purpose should be. He should continously endeavor to be a better man than he was realizing that mistake's are part of life ,...and that I cannot change the past but I surely can focus on my present and change my future by "Power of Forgiveness

Thursday, October 13, 2011

The Ghazal maestro death has sadden me....!! :(

I must confess it was one my wishes to attend any of his concert in future date...hmmmm .... but that date has never come..!!
May you rest in peace mr. Singh were the real king of Ghazals..!! 

Sunday, May 1, 2011


Football in India is quite a popular game I would assume it to be next to Cricket. It has huge fan following across the entire cricket crazy country. Though it has great fan following for international football, Indian interest in national version of the game is fast dwindling (though many Kolkata and Goans guys would disagree with me).  It is a very popular sport in states like West Bengal, Goa, Kerala and the entire North-East especially in states like Sikkim, Manipur, Meghalaya, and Mizoram. In fact in some of these places you can find people having miniscule interest in cricket compared to football. And in other states if I ask anybody they know who play football in India then they get befuddled with the exception of knowing names of  Bhaichung Bhutia or Sunil Chettri .But of course they all know who is Christiano Ronaldo(especially Girls know him), Rooney , Torres etc .Current status of Indian football is sad but it is going to improve as it shows that Indian youth is interested and love to play this game a lot even if they know only foreign club, player’s names. All it will take is awareness and encouragement to the sport.

While in other sports Indian sport is making presence in global stage; the Indian football team continues to be in bottom of world football ranking. But despite all these I feel this game of Football which is played in over 200 countries is a sunrise sport in India. It has huge potential both as entertainment and business standpoint; it’s the most opportune time to be here.

I personally was introduced to this beautiful game during my school days. At that time out of my own confession I was big fan of cricket and always looked at this game as second fiddle with little or no respect for footballer but as I said I was kid back then J . I got majorly involved with this heavenly game during my college days. One of my friends one day asked me to play football with them, during the game I saw some guys from northeast and Bengal were showing off some football juggling skills and I looked upon them with contempt that “kya hero ban rahe hain yeh to koi bhi kar lega” and I started trying that but I couldn’t, even today I can’t do those stunts. Then I started watching the game of football and footballer and their videos on YouTube and ESPN etc to learn more about this game. I remember in hostel we use to wake up till late night to watch one of those El Classico’s or Super Sunday clashes and the feeling use to be awesome. There is always used to be clashes of opinion amongst supporter of individual teams with lot of swearing against opposite playing team players family members. If one of the players of your opposite team uses some pressure tactics on referee or do some blunders or resort to playacting he was treated as Ashish Nehra (cricketer) in terms of respects. J

 I realized that it is because of overshadowing of cricket in Indian sports arena we Indian know nothing of this beautiful game and I still feel the situation is very similar. Football popularity is taking baby steps in India. It is mostly popular amongst youth (college students, software professionals etc).With more awareness and encouragement in this game, this game have bright future in our young country. On can ask steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal, telecom czar Sunil Bharti Mittal and liquor baron Vijay Mallya; they all see a great business proposition in Indian football. While Mallya's United Breweries sponsors East Bengal FC, LN Mittal and Sunil Mittal have drawn up big plans to support the world's favourite game at the grassroots level in India. Hindustan Unilever (HUL) for example was one of the top advertisers during EPL matches in 2008. In India cricket has grown into an Rs 5,000-crore business only because private business took interest in the game. We all know that Indian Premier League (IPL) is all about the moolah .While business of football is pegged at around Rs 200 cr. Of course, this can grow manifold if the renewed corporate interest is backed by the AIFF's commitment to develop the sport. Indian football needs more stadiums to move to the next level. If desired infrastructure is in place, football can threaten cricket over the next five years.

Maradona visited in Kolkata 2008 to start of Indian football school and the whole of Kolkata (football capital of India) was rejoicing with stadium packed to the brim. On Sept 2 Lionel Messi along with the Argentinean side is slated to come to Kolkata at salt lake stadium. The Argentina team are scheduled to play an exhibition match either against Spain or Portugal. The visit of the Argentine team will be a latest addition to a host of football celebrities and side which have visited the soccer-loving city of a cricket-crazy India in recent years. FIFA chairman Sepp Blatter - who also called India the "sleeping giant of world football" - while on his tour.  Last year Uruguayan star footballer Diego Forlan - the golden ball winner of the 2010 FIFA World Cup - spent two days in the city for a promotional program of a channel. All these stars were welcome by thousands of supporters and fans. This mammoth fan following shows that even if today we organise a match here in India in two parallel stadiums where in one IPL match is happening and in other we have match between likes of teams Barcelona, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Real Madrid etc, I’m sure the football stadium will be fully jam packed and they won’t require cheerleader for them to attract crowd. Another evidence of football popularity is Football world cup; it had very high TRP ratings here in India almost comparable to cricket. We all must be remembering Paul Octopus he satiated Indian hunger for Masala content.

Popularity of EPL (English premier league) is so huge that these days, Indian media gives more importance to EPL than domestic football .How can football in India grow when the people of India themselves devote their great Football-passion to the other leagues rather than their own league? Huh!! This is why some also call EPL as Necessary Evil for Indian Football. This is because there was a time when Football was enclosed within the lower and middle class societies in India only. Now there is absolute no denying the fact that EPL has played a major role in triggering the Interest of Football among the rich and the urban people of India.Football is no longer considered a game for the STREET-BOYS!! More and More Kids want take up Football as a profession!! They harness the desire to play for their beloved clubs like Chelsea, ManU, Arsenal, Liverpool etc!! They DREAM Big!!

 Football in India, a nation of 1.1 billion, where viewership has grown by hundred of percentage basis point over 5 years represent a huge consumer base. The fervour can be felt in Mumbai, Kolkata and all metro cities with viewership late on any Saturday or Sunday night, local time, verged on the surreal as large numbers of Indian Manchester United jersey wearing fans packed into caf├ęs to watch clashes of titans (Of course Manu fans always outnumber any other club supporters Grr…!!) .The respected media tracking agency faqs says football viewership has been growing continuously in India. In 2007, it says, the English Premier League reached 42.8 million viewers in India, almost 50 per cent of the cable TV-wired homes. This is also echoed by one of the TAM reports saying football viewership in 2010 was around 83 million. The target audience is mostly male, in the age group 15-plus, in the top four socio-economic categories. That is the exact target audience of your potential Twenty20 fan.

All above is evidence what we call in football parlance it's just minutes after kick off for the sport in India. Thus far the beginning has been steady rather than spectacular and there is no telling which way the game is going to go. However, with the likes of Wayne Rooney, Ronaldo, Gerard and Fabregas on the ground there is perhaps more than a chance that the coming metaphorical 90 minutes will not be short of excitement. Ultimately, India's economy is booming because it is aspirational; can there be anything more aspirational for the Indian fan than a slice of the world's biggest sport?

Monday, January 24, 2011

Serenity In Hustle-Bustle of IIT

I was born and brought up in mumbai and I lived here close to 17 years. Earlier I lived in south mumbai in sea facing apartments in the so called "posh area" (This area is costliest all over India in terms of property prices.)My stay has been more than pleasant here I could never forget the memories of this place. 
And now few years later after having left the place I'm back in mumbai for doing my post graduate studies. Living once again in one of the most calm and serene places in Mumbai away from usual hustle bustle mumbai is used to.. !!

The day I entered hostel 14 (Las Vegas of IIT Bombay) I was confused as of where and why I'm here. I guess that's just the initial laggard mindset struggling to adjust to newer settings. But then lull crept in back and I adjusted .

Now after spending few months here I realized that may be this place is surrounding by jungles and placid lakes but it's not entirely settled. Each day it brings in new challenges , opportunity but also disappointments ,sadness to many. Life never STOPS here. We here run for lectures, workshops, events ,catching up with each email notifications trying to fulfill all the obligations in limited period of time we have.

Despite all this one thing I love the most here (out of my confession) is the view from terrace it relaxes me my soul and provides me with new perspective . It gives me opportunity to spend with my real self. It gives me sense of direction .

The place has  natural view on one side with surrounding mountains ,jungles(filled with animals too) , tranquilizing lakes (feels like living in mahindra and mahindra holidays advt.) along with supply of cool gentle breeze 24/7 and on the other hand one can have a look at high rise building making up for concrete jungle ,crammed up highway, landing aeroplanes ,ongoing constructions , five star hotels.  

Whenever I come up here it get's me into thinking mode.The synergy of the view gives me inspiration that we may be running after material success but a decent time with oneself is not that bad at all. After all we can't run endlessly and aimlessly with no peace from inside. One needs to recharge his/her batteries and what better way it would be then to surrendering oneself to the awe inspiring pristine mother nature. 

Friday, July 16, 2010

IIT-IAN feeling

To be IIT-ian is feeling of abject misery and superb delight that is why in sum total it is called  UNIQUE experience. I could see Question marks on everyone's face at the same time.. I can find some faces full of answers. The feeling is indescribabale in mere words it has to be felt.  But the silence and rush in IIT  compels one to think what he has done so far and where does he wanna go from here.  I have lot of good to say at the same time much to criticize(love doing so :P) abt being IITian. But i will wait

somebody one's said to me Right/Left = = Life/Death(it ryhmes if you read it that way). I guess i 'm at testing this phrase. Hope to make some good turns and detours if needed.  These are my intial days now here. So I can be blamed for judging the book by it's cover only(biased) if i criticize much or praise excessivly.So right now feeling is baffling . Hope these vacillating stringing chords in my head settle soon.
this thought is more apt to say right now "Picture abhi baaki hai mere dost".

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Mangalore Plane Crash

One of the sadest day in India today.Atleast 158 feared dead 8 luckily survived . God bless all the souls who died .
Rest in Peace.

Thursday, May 13, 2010


Ratan Tata is the chairman of Indian Hotels who own the Taj Mahal Hotel Mumbai, which was the target of the terrorists on 26/11/08.

Hotel President a 5 star property also belongs to Indian Hotels.

The following is really touching.

What Ratan Tata did for the Mumbai victims.... Don't miss!!!!!!


A. The Tata Gesture

1. All category of employees including those who had completed even 1 day as casuals were treated on duty during the time the hotel was closed.

2. Relief and assistance to all those who were injured and killed

3. The relief and assistance was extended to all those who died at the railway station, surroundings including the “Pav- Bha ji” vendor and the pan shop owners.

4. During the time the hotel was closed, the salaries were sent by money order.

5. A psychiatric cell was established in collaboration with Tata Institute of Social Sciences to counsel those who needed such help.

6. The thoughts and anxieties going on people’s mind was constantly tracked and where needed psychological help provided.

7. Employee outreach centers were opened where all help, food, water, sanitation, first aid and counseling was provided. 1600 employees were covered by this facility.

8. Every employee was assigned to one mentor and it was that person’s responsibility to act as a “single window” clearance for any help that the person required.

9. Ratan Tata personally visited the families of all the 80 employees who in some manner – either through injury or getting killed – were affected.

10. The dependents of the employees were flown from outside Mumbai to Mumbai and taken care off in terms of ensuring mental assurance and peace. They were all accommodated in Hotel President for 3 weeks.

11. Ratan Tata himself asked the families and dependents – as to what they wanted him to do.

12. In a record time of 20 days, a new trust was created by the Tatas for the purpose of relief of employees.

13. What is unique is that even the other people, the railway employees, the police staff, the pedestrians who had nothing to do with Tatas were covered by compensation. Each one of them was provided subsistence allowance of Rs. 10K per month for all these people for 6 months.

14. A 4 year old granddaughter of a vendor got 4 bullets in her and only one was removed in the Government hospital. She was taken to Bombay hospital and several lacs were spent by the Tatas on her to fully recover her.

15. New hand carts were provided to several vendors who lost their carts.

16. Tata will take responsibility of life education of 46 children of the victims of the terror.

17. This was the most trying period in the life of the organization. Senior managers including Ratan Tata were visiting funeral to funeral over the 3 days that were most horrible.

18. The settlement for every deceased member ranged from Rs. 36 to 85 lacs [One lakh rupees tranlates to approx 2200 US $ ] in addition to the following benefits:

a. Full last salary for life for the family and dependents;

b. Complete responsibility of education of children and dependents – anywhere in the world.

c. Full Medical facility for the whole family and dependents for rest of their life.

d. All loans and advances were waived off – irrespective of the amount.

e. Counselor for life for each person

B. Epilogue

1. How was such passion created among the employees? How and why did they behave the way they did?

2. The organization is clear that it is not something that someone can take credit for. It is not some training and development that created such behaviour. If someone suggests that – everyone laughs

3. It has to do with the DNA of the organization, with the way Tata culture exists and above all with the situation that prevailed that time. The organization has always been telling that customers and guests are #1 priority

4. The hotel business was started by Jamshedji Tata when he was insulted in one of the British hotels and not allowed to stay there.

5. He created several institutions which later became icons of progress, culture and modernity. IISc is one such institute. He was told by the rulers that time that he can acquire land for IISc to the extent he could fence the same. He could afford fencing only 400 acres.

6. When the HR function hesitatingly made a very rich proposal to Ratan – he said – do you think we are doing enough?

7. The whole approach was that the organization would spend several hundred crore in re-building the property – why not spend equally on the employees who gave their life?


I Salute Mr. Ratan Tata..

Thursday, October 1, 2009


Long before india was independent we all know there existed a man who held nation of billion in the strings of non violence and truth. Even today nowhere in the world there is a personality like mohandas karamchamd gandhi who had such a mass following. I guess that is the reason the man was called BAPU ( father of the nation) . He was one such leader with whom Muslim Hindu Sikh christian could connect so well that they felt he is god send, truly he was .
But today's independent India which is culmination of bapu's austerity simplicity ,non violence and sheer relentless effort have a completely different picture to show.
He was the first man to take up the social evils like "dalit riddance syndrome" and named them as hari zan and worked for their real inclusion in society. But today we have leaders like mayawati calling him as "nautanki baaz". who is so obsessed with her aishwarya lookalike beauty that she can't get enuf of making her own statutes.
We have his pseudo name Varun "gandhi" who is exact opposite of what gandhi and gandhi's stood for througout their life. His flambouyant statement that say's " agar koi tumhe ek gaal be thapad maare to us haath ko kaat do". well we can say he was exercising his freedom of speech which is an indirect gift of bapu's free india is completely 180 degree of what gandhi said. So we have like wise lot of winners who like desecrating gandhian values as foolish and out of time.

But i stand for contention with them had that been the case than why this cult man has larger following outside india. His values still reflects south africa present modern society , his followers are from countries like USA brazil russia and list is endless. There are people oceans away who call themselves as "sons of gandhy". Barack obama idolizes him . martin luther king was heavily inspired by him whose efforts culminated in race free society in USA today( may be not completely but still to large extent).

I fear that this majestic soul may remain confined to government office's picture under which whole corruption system take place. People make movies(Munnabhai, word "mamu" is more in the lingo of present youth than the true hero of movie bapu) about him but soon forget everything as soon as the show is over.

Are we forgetting that we live in his dream of independent india ?? I guess bapu must be wondering . Is this what i dreamt of ? outsiders recognizes me but not my own people.Gandhi was international figure an he will remain forever so. but for indian's i guess we are idolizing nathu ram godse values more , may be.

I guess he said his last two words aptly before godse a hindu chauvinist took his shot at his chest without any remorse.



Saturday, November 29, 2008

"whys" of MUMBAI needs to be answered

I having stayed in mumbai for 15 years i have never seen this city so terrified. This city has seen many tragedies , mayhem . But this recent attack was the most disturbing. It made me cry in the core of my heart . It was the feeling of being helpless in my own country, anger allover, dissatisfaction, and to be honest little afraid. But spirit is not broken rather it is strengthen more now, and detremined to fight back.

Its a really sad state of affairs how a bunch of bastards can hold this city to ransom raping its lively spirit. But there are bigger question to be answered first . i know it is foolish to ask terrorist this but it is real question that need some intospection by them , if they wish to do so.
why should an "aam aadmi" should face the heat. Their battle is against the corruopt politician who are polictising top to bottom the moral fibre of this country why not rather kill them and do some community service.

The way u terrorist operate the day is not far when the "aaam aadmi" will cath hold of u and fuck u people hard and shatttered into pieces and burn u alive.
I wont mind my language for u because u son of bitch deserve this treatment.

My next question is to the politician , adminstartions. why u poeple lack willingness to stand and fight aginst terror. Why u IAS people are paid more than IPS .
this attack was on the financial capital of india they managed to annhiliate india grand hotels.
May be the next attack could be on to the TATAS , the AMBANIS , who are ambassodor of outr country to this world.
when are we going to let go the "rambharose city " " chalta hai " attitude out of our mind.

I believe the true threat to this country is not terrorist but corrupt politician . Where were those MNS goondas who use to threat mumbaikar for not speaking marathi. Most of the who dies saving this city couldnot speak marathi. if they were the true lovers of the city why they were hiding in closet. Why narendra modi came to mumbai to try to policize the event for its votebank benefits.why blame mr hemant karkare first for politicizing and then offering his family rs. 1 crore why such double standards why such hypocrisy.
. why target and particular community , religion .
why don't u simply depolticize these debates to save our country

Haven't we learnt anything from 1993 blast.
why such collective amnesia is there why dont we learn from our mistake.

May be the army rule imposed on this country is best solution.
I'am happy atleast our protectionist forces are not corrupt.
The true martyrs , the heros sghould not die easily theri memories should live in our heart forever. Their innate patriotism should not go in vain.

MUMBAI much talk about resilience is a joke now.
What we need today that educated vast majority middle class should come up and take in charge of this country. we need leadership , clean adminstration (impossible is nothing).
Let anger translate into concrete actions now, the sacrifice shoud be the milestone ofour freedom

finally i pay homage ,a tribute to all the brave men who laid their lives , who fought bravely.
I hope ur souls will unite us forever.

JAI HIND...!!!

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

yeah i know i'am writing after such a long time .... but can't help it i'am not the usual bloggers kind who will come out daily and spill anything they like...!!!
i'am gonna talk sense words relflect my sole discretion...!!!
but anyways i'am back with my mood indigo in color..!!!
thinking on my new article...hmmmm