Yep… you heard it right… the newscaster says that Tippu Sultan and Prithviraj Chauhan are sharing a Bloody Mary at Skyye, a popular local pub at Bangalore. The talk soon moved on to Mahabharat and the Internet. Geez guys! Please focus on what you guys do.
Dead Poets Society is a beautifully directed movie with an Oscar-winning story. It is an often-overlooked screen gem, and is notable for a baby-faced Ethan Hawke and an exceptional performance from Robin Williams. The plot, the performances, and the message it conveys are so meaningful, sensitive and moving that they stir within you something deep, … Continue reading The Dead Files
Now Quantum Mechanics Reveals That We Are All Truly Connected... If that can apply for many families living in the West, it should also be true in my case. Obviously, Indians believe in the universal truth that "All is Mind." That explains to the tremendous amount of wordplay in politics and the success of politicos … Continue reading The Universe is Mental
Noontime, and I'm still pushing myself along the road... the darkest part Into the narrow lanes... I can't stumble or stay put... Someone else is speaking with my mouth... but I'm listening with my heart... I've made shoes for everyone, even you... while I go barefoot... I and I... In creation where one's nature neither honors nor forgives...
Faith is merely the extent of belief. In other words, if your belief is so strong that it affects your actions and attitudes, it has become faith. If you have complete confidence in something or someone, you have faith. Faith is synonymous with the word, trust. However, blind faith is having completely confidence in someone … Continue reading What Is Blind Faith
This actually took place in the recently held #Future Conference, in Kochi, where Nandu Nilenkani's said that Indians may be poor economically but have become data rich with the help of Aadhar and UPI, and can now sell or barter their info to get economic benefits. Wow!
This post is not a personal shouting board towards Mark or any of the other Social Media Platforms. Nor is it a promotional platform for Julian. Hey, without them, I would not be getting this across. Apologies, if I have offended anybody!
“A person who is happy is not happy, because everything is right in his life. He is happy because his attitude towards everything in his life is right.” — Sundar Pichai, Google Inc. CEO
The New Patanjali Substitute For Viagra... Don't use Viagra or Cialis, Instead, concentrate and do it through Yoga...and it shall rise to the occasion! In other words, where there is a Will-ie, there is a Way! The Willie-Whanker-Aasana ! (No offense to Ms. Shetty or Ramdev Guruji) Have a good day!
That age old dilemma of what to tip in an unfamiliar country is solved for you with the below travel guide to tipping. Once you are armed with your new found tipping savvy, head off to our great locations to try it out. Essentially, a tip is given based on the level of service an … Continue reading A Travel Guide to Tipping
Matt Cutt’s blog is one of the few blogs that I religiously check every morning.. Most people in my field have surely heard of Matt… and it’s terrible to hear that he lost his wife last week (RIP)…. This fortnight has largely been dreadful… it has brought a lot of us down to earth… Am … Continue reading You Think That You Have Enough Time
Translation is a lot funnier than you thought. I can say that for sure, as my wife is in a professional translator, who is into transliteration, and subtitling of movies etc., Besides, my father in law, has translated over 30 odd books. To add to my worries, my knowledge of the local language is something … Continue reading The Funny Side Of Translation
This dissertation given by an Arizona Physics student, has appeared quite a number of times on the net. Being a Physicist, I felt that this student's dissertation was one of the best ways to describe Thermodynamics to any freshman struggling with Physics. In fact, this is an actual answer turned in by a student, in … Continue reading Is Hell Exothermic Or Endothermic
When Bob Dylan sang “Forever Young” in the early ’70s, he did so in the context of a prayer for a newborn child. Then there came an entirely different version by Alphaville in 1984, having the same title. They turned that quest for eternal youth into a first-person plea. Formed in 1982, in Münster, Germany, … Continue reading Forever Young