Monday, March 5, 2018

When you love someone

When you love someone their happines comes first . Its always you before I .

When you love someone 

Sunday, March 4, 2018

Day 1

Today i woke up late but still managed to pull of  atleast few rep of pushup , lunges , squat , planks, burpees . Also starting my day off with egg omelette and bunch of fruits.

The point is that all this hardly took 15 20 min of my time . 


Since last 4 years have put on a lot of weight . Roughly 22kgs. I was 72kg in 2014 and now i'am 94kg . I just feel so heavy .i look almost twice my  age.

I have taken this challenge now to regain myself back. Lets see all that i have read about fitness , diet , meditation it helps me out. Will post more about this journey soon as i move forward .

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Back Again

Back Again after hiatus of 4 years !! Hope my ramblings continue this time for long :) 

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 :)

When you love someone

When you love someone their happines comes first . Its always you before I . When you love someone