Friday, July 24, 2009


Last time I went there we were 32 of the family. The evening aarti was awesome , that scene always seems so real happening right in front of my eyes. The stairs where we had the family photo, the tired eyes , thousands of people united and the endless flow of the Ganges.

Today I was there all alone meditating , in a temple close by. Everything was so quite , I felt so clean.

I am getting 10 days holiday for diwali, I will be having some money then and I have already planned my trip. Though going to Rishikesh may not happen this time but it is always on the cards.

There are many places we travel and hope one more time I should be there. This is some place I want to go again.

Shine on you crazy diamond

When ever I feel depressed I listen to this song of Pink Floyd.
The first two lines really inspire me so I quote them here
" Remember when you were young, you shone like the sun.
Shine on you crazy diamond."

Monday, July 20, 2009

Book review

Name : Rising Sun
Author:Michael Chricton

A Chricton bestseller , well researched book and was fun to read. Especially the economics involved in a death mystery was astonishing.

Saturday, July 11, 2009


The food you cook tastes the best though your roommates may not agree and by chance your mother tastes it she will give up.

More cooking tips soon on this column.
Here is Hot soup ready to be served :)

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Book Review

Name: The Book Thief
Author: Markus Zusak

"People observe the colors of the day only at
its beginning and ends,but to me its quite
clear that a day merges through a multitude
of shades and intonations, with each passing
moment. A single hour can consist of
thousands of different colors.Waxy yellow,
cloud spat blues. Murky darknesses.In my line
of work I make it a point to note them."

Who else other than death can narrate another story , another book written in the world war -2. The interesting story about a girl is mind blowing. Her journey from one book theft to the other covers phases of her life which is hard to imagine. A very touching and at many instances highly philosophical.
Overall I will rate this as a great book and a must read.


And one day he realized it. That was the day, he removed his watch and threw it in the river.This was freedom for him and no dictionary meaning could have better explained him the word than the act.

He could have been a biker, a watchman or may be you and me.