Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Heart Broken Rain

Its raining where I am. Everyone connects with the rain.. A happy day or a sad one.. A rain cannot escape unnoticed. Just as water, the vessel which it pours in, the rain too is cursed to change its being from one vessel to another.. a new definition each time. A resplendent smile..or a lonely tear. A happy talk or a sorrowful monologue. They all find a place in the rain. Some stretch out their arms and embrace it. Some open up their fists to bring out a crumpled palm and let it cool the burn in there.. Others hide their tears in it and a few others, a smile with it.

Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Surely not the End

Suicide a seven letter word which can bring an end to the exotic series of fun, love, respect and responsibility. Life to humans is not something that happened ‘ainvayi’, it’s a gift, gift of God and we as humans have no right to alter with it or to end it for our Loss or Gain.

Monday, 29 July 2013


Well, different people have different definitions of NRI. Some people call them- “Not Required Indians”, while some label them as “Not Reliable Indians”. But it really gets my goat when I see so many youngsters carrying an ardent desire to leave India and settle abroad. If it’s just for education, knowledge or experience then it is okay. Otherwise, our culture is so vivid and rich and there is so much to improve in our country. Then, what is the point in going to an alien land and serving an alien country. It is like you just consume, without giving anything back to the nation! As it remains, patriotism is a totally natural phenomenon- Nobody can teach patriotism!

Saturday, 27 July 2013

My First Vote

‘A historical day of my life’ I chuckled early in the morning because I was to vote for the first time. I had received my voter’s card two years after filling its application. The time wouldn’t have mattered until I saw that my name, address and father’s name was incorrectly printed on the voter’s card.
“Hell!!!! What kind of officers do they have”, I thought

Friday, 26 July 2013

Whats your perspective

We live in a secular, democratic country is no news. Another, Non news that tags along is the unrest in which our country presently wallows.
The country men are unsatisfied, to an extent disappointed with the governance. The government unasserted and crippled! Doubts prevail upon us all.

Thursday, 25 July 2013

Break to banta hain Boss

 “To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: a time to be born and a time to die; a time to plan t, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; a time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; a time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn and a time to dance; a time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing; a time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away; a time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak; a time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace.”

Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Take a break and Travel

Life is a set of rules, if you follow them properly, you will have a happy journey along the way. Life will treat you with extremities of happiness and with lethal experiences. Life these days is no less than a race, every morning you wake up either to chase the target or in order to earn enough to live comfortably on Sundays.

Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Creatrix: Workshop by Half Baked Beans

Becoming an author made easy by Half Baked Beans Publishing

With the wave of young writers creating ripples across the nation a new publishing house bakes them up to perfection

6 charismatic speakers, 30 enthusiastic participants, 2 power packed days and sessions of enlightenment about creative writing and publishing industry – this is how CREATRIX, the creative writing workshop can be explained! Come 22nd June, 2013 and all roads seemed to lead to Tea pot cafe at Malviya Nagar in New Delhi as it started getting packed by the off-beat time of 11 am in the morning.

Monday, 22 July 2013

Mid-life Crisis

Life like a train keeps moving. In our childhood we live in the hallucination that life runs smooth, just as a train moves swiftly. As we grow up we realize that trains also face accidents, the interlude of sorrows in life is an analogy to the former. As you grow up, the complexities in life creep in! It is no more a comfy sofa or a bed of roses. You face different sort of challenges in life on a daily basis. Although, the grass is always greener on the other side! It is not just about surviving, instead it’s about living your life- The most precious gift! The tag line of a TV commercial is true to the core- “Break toh Banta hain”.

Saturday, 20 July 2013

Analysis of Relatives

A marriage is a relationship between a man and a woman.

Contrary- Marriage is an event, where the connected ones are summoned from the different corners of the world to celebrate the union of two souls and in India union of two families.

Relatives- Those with whom you have blood relations.

Contrary- A set of vague people only available, either when you are Excelling or when you are all Drawn.
Relatives play a very influencing role in our lives. If you have a good set of relatives then you will grow into a smiling man and if you have an intruder set of relative who keeps interfering, then you will grow into a man with skeptical personality, you will reckon danger and fear before every new Endeavour you make.
Source: Google Images

But, at the end everything pays off.

Relatives: Good Side

“Arun uncle’s son has just completed his MS from USA,” she told my mom, looking at me from the corner of her eye, implying something that I was too dumb to understand. “I also have his photo, handsome he is, you want to see, Priya?” she said, smiling very mischievously at me.
Why would I want to see his picture? Every family has that one aunty that plays cupid, or matchmaker or whatever you wanna call her. Pammi aunty, let’s call her. They are very proud, with an ego the size of Australia. If you reject the offer they bring, you have to face their wrath. My mother, the God fearing, simple lady that she is, asked for his photo.

The next day, as I was eating my upma, my favourite evening snack after I came home from college, my mom placed a photo on the dining table. When was the last time you saw a photo. I mean a photo-photo, not a jpeg, but a hard copy.

The picture was of a boy wearing a blue shirt and black pants standing in front of the bull (Wall Street, is it?)
So, do you like him?” she asked.

Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Rise and Rise of Garbage Bin

Source: Google Images
The rise and tremendous success of Garbage bin is a classic example that creativity, talent and hard work get what they actually deserve, sooner or later! In this era of rat-race and cut-throat competition, you need to do something out of the box to get recognition. The grand success of Garbage bin also stamps the fact that ‘ART’ still holds a special place in this world. The whole concept is a cock-tail of fantastic animation, innocent gags and great execution.

Monday, 15 July 2013

Role of Relatives

The grandeur with which a Groom brings a Bride home is comparable to none other. The whole clan takes both of them on such a high at the mere aspect of a wedding that you somehow only visualise Your life into two sections:
→Before Marriage
→After Marriage
The phases are both highlighted, ACCENTUATED and Boldly underlined. And also, Depending on WHO is giving out this wisdom- The other side strike-through-ed!

Relatives in Wedding

Source: Google Images
Relatives…. members of the family, maybe blood relative or as we say dur ke rishtedar  to most of us are annoying humans who poke, taunt, criticize,nag and compare ….  But they ought to be like that and are important part of family when it comes to family functions, especially weddings!
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