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lets redefine the things!!!

You must be wondering what is this. :)
Its nothing but the edge of the Roof!!!

I was right, I felt the earthquake!!!!

EarthQuake in Pune As usual I was talking to my friends on cell and suddenly I found my bed is shaking. I screamed that its earthquake. "You can note down the time and cross check in tomorrows news", My friend said.When I opened news channel today, I was right, it was a mild earthquake. Though it was not the major one, it was around 4.1 Magnitude.

Thank God there are no casualties. Clcik here to know how to measure earthquake on the basis of Richter Scale.

Warrior Aka Photographers

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Rural India

Jivdhan Fort Scenic Places

Those are not the faces, those are the books telling thousands of stories.

How to make your blog popular?

This is a story of ZENHABITS blog. The author of this blog started from nothing and it became one of the top 50 blogs in the world in a 1 year.

Read here how he has accomlished this achivement. (Following paragraph is the part of the whole article published at ZENHABITS blog.

How Did You Build Up Zen Habits So Quickly?

One of the most oft-asked questions is about how I grew the readership of Zen Habits in the course of its first year (2007) to become one of the Top 50 blogs in the world. I started from nothing, knowing no bloggers, knowing nothing about blogging — so what’s my secret?
There’s no secret, really. If I have any secret, it’s this: pick topics that I know about that people want to learn about, and then provide as much useful information about those topics as I possibly can — and then write it in a clear, fairly concise, easily scannable (because people are busy) form with a catchy headline.

The catchy headline is simply to draw people into your post, because often they are look…

Importance of Change : An Eagle's Story

According to me change is the most beautiful thing in this world. If you don't have change, you can't feel the life in anything.
To succeed in life you have to accept the change. Changes make life challenging . It is also very important to notice small changes early so that you can easily adopt to bigger changes. For life, change is necessary.
Why Change is needed?
1) Many times in order to survive we have to start the change process.
2) Only change is consistent in the life. You have to accept this truth.
3) We sometimes need to get rid of old memories, habits and other past traditions.
4) Only freed from past burdens, can we take advantage of the present.
5) You can either choose to ride the wave of change or go beneath it.
6) See the nature around you it is always in a process of change. You have to change to grow. Remember your childhood, as you grow you look different. Change is everywhere.
Are you in sync with it? That's the questions.

I would like to share story of Eagle. Ple…

God made the country, and man made the town. ~William Cowper, The Task

My father asserted that there was no better place to bring up a family than in a rural environment.... There's something about getting up at 5 a.m., feeding the stock and chickens, and milking a couple of cows before breakfast that gives you a lifelong respect for the price of butter and eggs. -Bill Vaughan How true? Anybody can fell into the love with the culture and simplicity of life at countryside. Today I can came back from a marriage ceremony at country side. Can imagine a beauty of a marriage taking place in the middle of a field. The hall was surrounded by green farms, fresh air and smell of tasty food. "Muah". What else is required in life? If there is existence of "Respect, peace and simplicity" in the world, its at countryside. I was surprised by their hospitality. Their everlasting smile and gratitude in their eyes just to say thank you for coming. I wish I should go every weekend to get this feeling and to get this recreational experience. To feel the…

Guru Purnima

Courtesy: Flickr

Today in India we celebrates "Guru Purnima". Guru Purnima is traditionally held to be BhagawanVyasa's birthday. According to the Indian calendar IT falls on the 15th of the month of Ashada.

I take this opportunity to tell about the concept Guru.

What is Guru?
Guru is someone who directs you to your destination. Guru tells you the truth. Guru does not give you the solution but it guides you to the path which leads to solution. The final objective of Guru is to give you complete knowledge.

A Guru is a person who is regarded as having great knowledge, wisdom and authority in a given area, and uses it to guide others. The Guru is a Sanskrit word.

Gu, darkness, and Ru, light ; literally a guide who shows others knowledge (light) and destroys ignorance (darkness).

How to follow your passion?

Image Courtesy: Flickr

Life is "trying things to see if they work" - Ray Bradbury

Many times question arises in my mind when I saw people working and doing something around me that "Are they really want to do this thing or they are doing this for the sake of something.

People are living their life without knowing the true objective of their life. "
Why I am doing this?"

"Does I meant to do this or something else?" , When was the last time you asked this question to yourself. If not this is the time to question yourself, you abilities and your dream.
When was the last time you enjoyed work you are doing? Very hard, right?
This happens with many people, but what are doing to come out of this phase, are we struggling to work in the way we want to work.
Following are some points which are important in order to follow your passion in the life:

What is your passion?
Passion is about doing something you love to do. It can be anything you Like the most. It can be work…

Weekend visit to Tamhini Ghat

Lazy Sunday
Normally on holidays I woke up early. I agree that its totally mismatching with 60% of the world who sleep till afternoon on the holidays. But this Sunday I woke up at 11:00am :)

Last night me and Neel has decided to go out to some cool place like Mulashi or Sinhgad. Finally I decided to go to Tamhini Ghat.

Way to Tamhini Ghat
To reach Tamhini ghat you have to go through the following route.
Pune - ChandaniChowk - Bhugav - Pirangut - Paud - Mulashi - Tamhini - Tamhini Ghat
(Total 70 KM)
To see the road map of the Tamhini ghat on Wiki please click here.

2 is a company , 3 is a crowd and we wanted it!!! :)
As I have mentioned earlier Tamhini ghat is around 70 km away from the Pune city, we start asking right party people for the trip from our colony.

Finally we got a group which of mixed age group from 14yrs to 26 yrs. I was eldest in the group. (Lots of responsibility huh!!!)

But all were the happening people in the group, no body was party spoiler.

Its awesome!!!

We reached Mulashi Da…

Beauty in my garden.

This flower made my day. What a beauty?
Isn't it a nice shot?