The Villain

1528281In every story, there is a Hero, there is a girl whom the Hero loves, there is a sidekick who provides his support to the Hero and then there is a Villain who creates multiple hurdles for the Hero to cross before having a final showdown with him. Still it is believed that the stronger the villain is in the story, more intense the fight becomes between him & the Hero thereby framing a cult story to be recalled for ages to come. This may sound like an old cliche Bollywood film which according to us may not have any relation to the real world. Though unknowingly, our life does manages to steal some elements from movies and incorporate those in reality.  Continue reading “The Villain”

The Unsuitable Candidate

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It was supposed to be a regular day of the week but it wasn’t a regular week of the month as time was marching towards the month end. I was expected to make sure that the targets within the territory allocated to me were achieved but not to go beyond as it would have led to even higher targets set by the senior management for the next month on the basis of assumption that there is a boom in the market. A lot of motivational books quote that in order to achieve success in life, one must define goals for himself and set a clear target in order to achieve within a stipulated time. Continue reading “The Unsuitable Candidate”

A Distressed Soul

Hey Guys, Wassup!! Hope you all are doing great. Its been quite a while since I have spoken to anyone so today felt like sharing with you all my hidden emotions. Actually the fact is that I don’t like interacting too much with anyone not because I possess any ego issues. Honestly speaking I have always considered it a herculean task to share out my feelings in the open. I do have a lot of aspirations and beliefs but all of these always stay restricted to myself. But I am definitely not among those who consider themselves among the isolated & left out ones in this ruthless or complex universe. Continue reading “A Distressed Soul”

An Unintended Sin

The trend for Motivational talks have gone up to an extent that it has almost become a regular feed for humans in today’s competitive world where an individual is so very exposed to a range of uninvited elements including depression, inferiority and the feeling of being insecure. I am not sure how much impact does these talks make on a person’s mind but certainly to some extent it does allow a person to deviate his vision away from negativity in order to converge his ideas towards positive thoughts. One of the very common thought that I have observed during such talks is that a person should never feel hesitant when it comes to making mistakes; after all a true winner is the one who learns from his past mistakes and convert them into opportunities for future. Continue reading “An Unintended Sin”

The Last Few Minutes


Amongst many others, I am also a huge fan of social media. I believe that the biggest power of social media lies in the fact that it helps you keep a track of all those activities you have performed over it in the past. Thanks to the ‘Memories’ feature on Facebook, every morning Facebook itself sends you a notification about your past activity happened on  that particular day that would undoubtedly be so embarrassing for you making you ask this question to yourself what were you actually smoking while sharing that idiotic stuff. Continue reading “The Last Few Minutes”

An Incomplete Resolution


English is really a strange language. Since childhood I have been trying to learn this language but have never been able to master it. The biggest problem of this language that I consider is its never ending vocabulary. It seems that every year the Britishers and Americans are adding certain new words in the Dictionary to make this language tougher and even more confusing. Continue reading “An Incomplete Resolution”

Being Mediocre


We all have grown up listening to the assertion by our seniors that we are living in an imperfect world along with imperfect people dealing with imperfect circumstances striving to achieve perfection for a better tomorrow. The strange thing that I find here is that we are aiming to make this planet a better place to live for our future generation but considering the cut throat competition in every field or domain in the current scenario, it can be easily predicted that situations would get even tougher for a person to survive along with his collaborators. Continue reading “Being Mediocre”

The Morning Dream

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One morning I was walking along the road all alone talking to myself with a million thoughts hovering over my mind. The streets were silent with not a single person around and the color all over was changing from dark to yellow because of the sunrise. There was a strange silence all around and all I could hear was the continuous thumping of my feet on the road while walking, the sound of my own breath & heartbeat and the murmuring I was doing at irregular intervals to myself. There was a light breeze around me but none of these atmospheric elements were successful in distracting me from the arguments I was having with myself in my mind. And there was this one single question that I kept on asking myself continuously which I believe could be the signature question of every young individual in this world. That question was “Why am I here?

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Queuing Up

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Once I read a quote in a book that “The best possible way to double your money is to fold it over and put it back in your pocket.” But a few days back I identified a better alternative to that which was to keep your money in bank rather than putting it in pocket, hiding below your mattress or saving it at your homes in lockers because you never know when your hard earned money may just turn out to be a simple piece of paper with no value at all. If somebody would have told you this a month ago, you would have considered it to be unimaginable but on November 8, 2016, the Indian government made a historic decision of demonetizing currency notes of Rs 500 & Rs 1000 and bringing in new currency notes of Rs 500 & Rs 2000 in order to the curb the menace of black money in the Indian system. Continue reading “Queuing Up”

To ‘debate’ or not to ‘debate’


I first came across the term ‘debate’ in 5th standard when there was an inter-house debate competition organized in school. The only idea I had about it was that there would be random students coming on stage and would be speaking on a topic and then there will be another set of students who would be opposing on the topic. I used to get so awed by the confidence level of the seniors with which they used to speak on stage in fluent English during these competitions that I never bothered to listen and understand what they were actually speaking upon. However, later I realized that I have come across a lot of debates even before the competition took place in school. Continue reading “To ‘debate’ or not to ‘debate’”