Monthly Archives: December 2008

Me, Religious?

“Gotee, what’s wrong with you man?”, a friend asked. “Why, what happened?”, I asked back, wondering which of my idiosyncrasies was she referring to. “You’re reading the Bhagavad Gita it seems! You’re going to temple daily. Knowing you, and the … Continue reading

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Reflections

Imagine that all the while there was nothing but an infinite mirror. Of a complex shape, complex dimension. Something (say time) caused a part of that mirror to break into zillion pieces and colored each of these pieces differently. Now, … Continue reading

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Rule 49-O: Myths and Realities

I am in the process of submitting my university applications, but couldn’t resist the urge to write this post after commenting on Youth Curry’s post on section 49-O. I first heard about this rule when my room-mate told me about … Continue reading

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Bye Balu

Tonight is Balu’s last night as our room-mate at #39 Michaelpalayam. In a few days, he is joining SP-Jain Dubai Singapore executive MBA program. It’s time finally to say good-bye. Dude, I am not a farewell person. Probably because I … Continue reading

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Aryans

I came back home today with a book in my hand titled “Return of the Aryans” by Bhagawan Gidwani. A friend who was at home that time exclaimed, “You’re reading about Aryans? What next can I expect on your book-shelf, … Continue reading

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Arbit Thoughts

The Goa trip was great. We had a lot of fun jet-skiing and parasailing. The more pessimistic Indians I encounter, the more I am convinced about Francois Gautier’s theory explaining the reason for India’s Self Denial. I am still at … Continue reading

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