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Oh shit! Getting married..

So, today I left my childhood home, my Delhi home for the last time as a bachelor. Next time I visit Delhi, I would be a married man, will probably have my wife alongside me. Goosebumps. Although marriage has been almost an year in planning. This was a very sudden rush of chill.As soon as […]

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Ormayundo ee mukham!!

“Ormayundo ee mukham!!” One of the epic dialogues of 1994 movie Commissioner which every 90s kid remembers to be the Suresh Gopi scene ever, like the movie made Suresh Gopi “The Police” guy for malayalam cinema forever. I have this habit of watching old 90s movie scenes for time pass and I just watched this […]

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Such is Life…

It is my 27th birthday today or 28th, I don’t know how do you calculate it. Anyways I am 1993 model boy. Here I am sitting all by myself. Well sympathize please although this is a self-inflicted wound. I just travelled from home a couple of days back. I have a lot to say. But […]

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Can we go back to our normal life please?

“RED! ORANGE! GREEN, GO!!” With 733 states categorized by MHA into three different buckets with a lotta guidelines implying a gradual lifting of lockdown barriers, and Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat deciding that armed forces would put up some kind of show of support for the Covid19 warriors, the government seems to have […]

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Let’s just beat around the bush

So I decided to start writing blogs again, and guess what, I just realized there is another issue or to be put in better terms, there is another reason why I cannot blog like I used to when I was a student studying B.tech at IIT Bhubaneswar. Our college was such a harmless little space […]

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V for Vakola: Mumbai Monsoons

August 4th, 2019 (Sunday) I never realized this until today that why Mumbaikars make such a fuss over rains. My office in BKC (Kalina side) is 2kms away from my flat in Vakola, and till now no matter how heavy the rains have been I have been able to safely travel to office and safely […]

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A Daak from Ladakh- the Man and Four wheels

Pangong Tso, the Tibetan for a high grassland lake; Pangong Lake is the world’s highest salt water lake, a closed basin lake which extends from India to China. It is a large waterbody which covers 600 square kilometer of area with only 20-25% of its southern part in India controlled territory. It has recently become […]

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A Daak from Ladakh- The Third Bullet

It is important to note here that none of us were pro-bikers. Chuck that! Apart from Captain and Maverick I guess no one had ridden a bullet before, and 350kms of non-stop ride in a day from Drass to Leh was hectic on all of us. But we knew we had a little more to […]

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A Daak from Ladakh- On Two Wheels

LEH- KARGIL It was a unanimous suggestion from whoever we discussed the matter with that Leh-Kargil should be the first bike trip one should do post getting acclimatized to the Ladakhi climate. Blue woke the Crusaders up and I decided to make tea for everyone. Due to the obvious scarcity of cows and maybe other […]

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A Daak from Ladakh- Pehli Chitthi

Well if you guys are trying to figure out what “Daak” here means. Just google it. It is just me trying to brush up my old literary skills. When I say old it makes me sound a lot older than I am but I guess that is alright because half the world already thinks I […]