A perfect blossom is a rare thing Sakura in Tokyo from James T. Kirk on Vimeo.
Some thing that came into my mind for the first time after the terrorists attacks in Bangalore IISC in 2005. It came to my mind again and again after every terrorist attack. And after the Mumbai terror attacks I think I was able to complete this picture. I don’t know if this is right or… Continue reading Another Random Thought
Ingredients: 1. Three egg whites 2. Salt 3. Chat Masala 4. Chili Flakes 5. 1.5 tablespoons of Extra Virgin, Refined Olive Oil 6. Painstakingly acquired skill 🙂 Calories count: Roughly 140 cals An interesting video tutorial (ignore the sponsor message) on how to make a perfect omlette:
Hi, Yesterday I wanted to read this amazing short story by Isaac Asimov that I had read long ago during my MBA course. I did not know the title of the story and only remembered that it ended with the following line: “Let there be light”. So I googled “Let there be Light + Isaac… Continue reading “The Last Question” and why I am so intrigued by it
My favourite purchase last year was my Tag Heuer Aquaracer Calibre S Regatta. I have been using this wonderful watch for a couple of months now and would like to cover its features in this post. While capable of complex chronograph functions, this watch is amazingly simple to use on a daily basis. The hour… Continue reading The Tag Heuer Aquaracer Caliber S Regatta
Planning to read Issac Asimov’s science fiction series? Then read on and find out where to start.
Note: Through this article I do not intend to endorse or promote any religion. This post is purely an effort to present some truly thought-provoking questions which should be read and reasoned upon, by all of us. After reading this post, you might ask why did I name this post “Celestial Questions”. This is because… Continue reading Celestial Questions
‘lo. The other day I came across a big contest while browsing some of sites I read regularly, and simply could not resist sharing it with you. HP (in association with Buzz Corps)is promoting its latest 20.1″ notebook i.e. The HP HDX Entertainment Notebook using a contest called “The 31 Days of Dragon”. Before I… Continue reading Contest Suggestion: Enter the Dragon!
Hi, It has been well over a year since I posted something new on my blog. However, now I shall try to be more active than ‘usual’. Frankly, another article describing my experiences or rather whereabouts (during 2007) should have come after my last post on world politics which was way back in December of… Continue reading Been a while
Definitely un-absolutism. Careful study of the ancient texts (Gita is particular) shows that the ancients had the knowledge of parallel universes and time travel (I do not imply that they were able to travel in time because I frankly don’t know about that). Concept of parallel universes is an excellent point and it kind of… Continue reading Absolutism or un-absolutism? My Views
I must tell you that I am an ardent follower of trance, electronic and euro dance music. And one guy, whose music I believe is earth-moving, is Paul Van Dyk. I have never heard music so hypnotic. Nothing pushes me to dance (I am not a dance buff though) as much as this guy’s music.… Continue reading Paul Van Dyk: The god of trance
Hmmm. Ever heard of Tickle.com. I gave an IQ test on this website a few days ago (just for fun types). The told me that my intellect type is Visual Mathematician 😉 and my score: 131. I then gave another test where in my true color came out as black (as if I did not… Continue reading I.Q. tests on Tickle