April 18, 2009
It was half past four in the evening. I was in Landmark in her city, moving from one page to another and one book to another. I started finding it difficult to concentrate in printed content. Then I found it impossible. I was waiting for her. Aah! I was feeling butterflies moving around in my stomach.
I was trying to forget that I was waiting for her and so poked my nose into a book on Raj Kapoor’s life and his work. She saw me, came near me and we started talking. We didn’t find the book she wanted. We went in the parking zone. She’d a moped.
Aahan! She asked me to ride it. Alas! I don’t know it very well. I sat on the backseat and she rode it. It was the beginning of a wonderful experience. She was wonderful. She really is. I wanted to keep my hand around her waist. Then I put a full-stop to my imaginations and wild desires.
We were going to Crossword. She kept on talking. She talks lovely. She in fact looked younger and behaved in a more friendly way than my expectations.
Oh! I’m falling in love. Or am I rising? Isn’t it too early to start expecting so much from life?
We went to Crossword. I found her the best book she can get for MAT. She found what she wanted. We went upstairs to spend some quality time together. But, the CCD was still to start its operations.
I was again on her moped. We were on the way to Goodies. Both of us were talking equally this time. Her hair were moving on my face. They were silky just like her.
We reached Goodies but preferred to go to another food joint nearby. This was the first quality time we were to spend with each other. And it certainly it turned out to be.
She told me about a lot of things: her experience at job, her family, her skid performances, her exams, her other job, and a lot of other things. She talked a lot.
April 08, 2009
|Girgaon Chowpatty Mumbai|
It's Girgaum Chowpatty, my favourite hangout here in Mumbai. Actually the pic has been taken from the Chowpatty itself and the few large building that are mainly visible are on the other end of Marine Drive. That area is Nariman Point. Well, the chowpatty is supposedly not as famous (and crowded either) as the Juhu beach, probably because families esp with kids with them don't seem to prefer Girgaun. Anyway, it's the place I probably love the most and will miss very much when I'll leave Mumbai.
I wish to have a digicam some time soon.
PS: The pic isn't taken by me. It's just taken from an email.
April 04, 2009
For those who're unaware of Pagalguy: Pagalguy.com is a site with a discussion forum mainly for MBA aspirants. The link for discussion forum there is here.
My first public interview:
What is something that not a lot of people know about you but you WISH more people COULD know?
I guess there's nothing that satisfies both the criteria, at least as of now.
How do you tackle stress and define stress?
Well, stress for me is the dilemma of choosing between two when I want to leave neither. Stress is also when I've to fight with myself. This happens quite often with me. I just tackle it as it comes by dealing it with the best way I can.
What would be your first question to the people of Antarctica?
"Can I stay here forever?" :D
What is the strangest/funniest experience you've had here at PG?
Had many. Difficult to point out one.
If someone wrote a biography about you, what do you think the title should be?
Haresh - just another person.
What did you want to be when you were 10 years old?
Did a thought ever came in your mind that you missed something in life.. Tell us please..
I no more think that I missed something. I'm satisfied with whatever I am, I have and I had :)
Have you ever imagined a world with no hypothetical situations?
I couldn't understand what is being asked :?
What was the funniest incident in your college life?
Well, it was the time when I used to sit in computer lab of the college for almost the whole day making projects and at times playing games. Well, I wasn't obviously expected to play games in college labs during this period. Once I was playing a game on a PC (a game similar to AirXonix) and someone put his hand on my shoulder and uttered 'Good'. I said 'Come and sit near me' as I thought the person behind me is my friend. But, voila! He was our HOD. Well, my friends started laughing and I couldn't stop laughing either as we shared good relation with HOD anyway.
Mention some incidents when you laughed yourself out?
Well, there are a couple I can recollect now. Both are during my undergrad days. Asking someone out, and blah blah blah ;)
Do you miss anyone right now?
Do you spend a lot, or you define yourself as a saving person..
I'm somewhere between these two extremes, a little closer to the saving side.
Your Dreams for future India.
A country with communal/cultural harmony :)
Ethnic or westrn wear.
Ethnic (I guess Tee and Jeans comes under this category :| )
your favorite puy -male n female
One is too small a number
if u r arrested on account of crime ,waat it wud be
Crossing railway tracks at a station.
Your idea of perfect meal and drink.
Ghar ka khana... esp Chapati and tea. It's most-missed meal for me :)
Rate in order of Importance : FAME, MONEY, POWER..
Power, money, fame.
Your first crush was on whom and when?
A girl in my tuition class. At the age of 14 :D
Your definition, MBA
a highly over-rated degree which many of us want to have without knowing what it really is
Most valuable thing to you is..
Your Retirement dream
Working for and with under-privileged children.
Is there a philosophical side to you?
Yes, very much.
How do you celebrate your happiness..
Well, I share it with friends or just roam around alone celebrating it with myself.
PS: Here's the link to my interview's post on Pagalguy.