Friday, September 17, 2010

Now, I am married!

Yes, it is a strange feeling. Is it the feeling of oneness or the idea of belonging to someone or the thought that there is someone always with you, I am not sure. Not that you never had people to care for you before, your family has always been there, not that you have lived alone, friends always made your day, not that there was a particular gap in your life waiting to be filled by this person, but when he comes in, your whole world changes.It begins to revolve around this one person and then you wonder like I am now doing, "Isn't it strange?"

Monday, July 05, 2010


I want my epithet read: "A fighter to the core"

I think I was more matured in my teens than in my twenties

It is not so much about success and failure as much it is about what you really want to do

Express but never explain

Isn't it funny that time travels at different speeds...esp. slow in weekdays n very fast during weekends

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Silly me!

I thought our life is in our control
Poor me, little did I know that
All I own is my 'shameless' smile
As my colleagues rightly put it!

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Do you want me to be numb?

You know nothin is gonna stay
You know life will move on
Yet you feel the pain
Yet you feel the happiness

You meet people
You part with them
Its so natural
With so many thngs around

You know nothin is gonna stay
You know life will move on
Yet you feel the pain
Yet you feel the happiness

The truth is so obvious
So you want me to be numb?
Never let you know the pain
And remain forever mum

You know nothin is gonna stay
You know life will move on
Yet you feel the pain
Yet you feel the happiness

Saturday, June 19, 2010

My Mad Logic

Bhagwan ne aisa plan banaya ki
Har kisi ke life mein ek tragedy ho
Koi bahut pyari si cheez
Milte milte hi miss ho jaye
Aur woh usi ki chahat mein mar jaaye
Marke woh bhoot ban jaaye
Bhoot ban ke logon ko pareshan kare
Phir log bhagwan ko yaad kare
Aur Bhagwan hamesha jeete rahe

Monday, May 31, 2010

My First Song...

If you don't find time
When I want
And keep me waiting
While you play

I will still talk
When you want
And sing
The song you like

I will play with you
And be there
All the time

You will never be
the same for me again
I will never be
the same ol' girl u know!

Monday, May 17, 2010

Thought of the day!

"There is a beauty in randomness that one can't define, probably the reason why the nature can't be simulated"

Sunday, May 02, 2010

Positive side of life...

I have heard some people say
‘Life is not a beautiful song
As one might think’
But even if there is one person
Who thinks otherwise
I would like to believe him
Coz if I have a choice
I would take the positive side of life
As there is eternal hope in it
Though with brief disappointments
Lots of energy and drive
Though you may actually never reach
But for one who believes in the journey
More than the destination like I do
This seems to suit the best!

Monday, March 22, 2010

The first quarter of my life!

Agreed, I may not make it to the final quarter but the first one was as it should be. Youthful, energetic, enthusiastic, full of ambitions, dreams, colours! Most of it went smooth with occasional hiccups to give it a reality touch. The first ten years, I was busy packing mud into chocolate wrappers, pushing empty trucks, making sand houses, dancing in the fog of mosquito fogging machine taking it for clouds and running after grasshoppers and butterflies. Summers were even busier and lovelier with 8 cousins in our granny’s house playing everything under the sun never with any other intention except having fun. The next 10 years I spent learning, competing, making ambitious plans for future, altering them, taking U-turn and making completely new plans and putting in lots of efforts in preparing myself for them. The next 5 years, though, I was in self-discovery mode. I began to explore myself, uncover my hidden talents, and ignite my latent passions, travelled as much as I can, did a bit of adventure, met people, and made friends. Perfect! But, all this while, I never cared about anything, was afraid of nothing, never saw myself in the mirror for more than a couple of seconds nor took time to eat the essential things or learn the necessary skills to live. But, as I entered into the second quarter of my life, it seems as if life switched gears suddenly, for the good I guess. It’s quite different now to see myself making conscious effort to eat healthy, take care of my skin, my hair and learn a bit of cooking and cleaning. Though people at home have been stressing the importance of these things since ages, my otherwise sharp brain could grasp this only after I finished the first quarter of my life. Spending time on this stuff was unthinkable for me a couple of years ago, but now I completely believe it is essential! This is what people probably call ‘maturing with age!’ I have no clue, do you?

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Quotation Freak - II

A continuation of my previous post Quotation freak,

"Success is not final. Failure is not fatal. It is the courage to be positive that counts" (If that somebody wudn't have said this line, I probably wud have ;)

A wise man once said “Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass...It's about learning to dance in the rain.” Beautifully expressed thought on learning to live and enjoy life.

A stitch in time saves nine (As a kid, I always used to wonder what this ever meant, but now I realize that it is one of the most applicable lines ever said to mend anything, even relationships)

In deals and in life, you often benefit much more from not getting your way (This thought from a Private Equity Blog completes my previous post Think long-term and it amazes me how the author said so much in such simple words)

"Don't take life too seriously, nobody gets out of it alive anyways" (This has different angles to it and to me it means to live it your way)

Dar ke aage jeet hai (Simply superb theme from the Mountain Dew's campaign)

This too shall pass (Jewish wisdom in one line)

More to come...

Monday, February 08, 2010

Delhi and I

The city catches your fascination with its old qilas, impresses you with its architecture, pleases you with its gardens and makes you comfortable with its wide roads. It has got the best of foods in its majestic hotels and even better food on its streets, the best branded clothes in its sprawling malls and an amazing collection outside them - only you got to find out. With regular artistic performances, never ending tourist places, innumerable pubs and dhabas, the city has got something to everybody's taste. It has got men who are smarter and women who are more fashionable than you can find in the rest of India. With its huge variety and a political air, it fully deserves its title as the ‘Capital City’. My stay in Delhi has been eventful and even after 3 years of staying there, visiting quite a few places and participating in its diversity, I still feel like a stranger and the city seems to be beyond my grasp!

P.S: And don't I miss the unbeatable passion and spirit of Mumbai!!