Showing posts from October, 2014

Quikr for the Gamer in Me

I am a Gamer, I have 7 lives! And Quikr along with Blogadda made me revive one of my lives _________________________________________________________________ :::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::: THE::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::: HISTORY :::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::: ________________________________________________________________ Days of Gaming started with the legacy TV Video Game  like every other 90's kid. Image from Google It ended with me and brother screwing   up the television set at home. (Still it continued at friend's & neighbour's place...) Then came the era of PLAYSTATION , me and MY friends used to bunk coaching classes & spend time playing God of War, Raw v/s Smackdown, Fifa and other awesome games. That too had to end with school days. Since then with a busy life, a need for a portable gaming console had emerged! The Luxury of buying something exclusive

Mangalyaan-MOM & India's Quirky reactions.

Mars Orbiter Mission Success and India's Quirky reactions.  MOM/ Mangalyaan  completed 30 successful days, so google dedicated a doodle to Mangalyan On Wednesday (September 24) India woke up to a revolution in Space research. Indian Space Research Organization declared its success on its Mars Orbiter Mission(MOM). Waves of pride and joy swept across the nation. This news overpowered every other news, joke and forward on every possible social media. Mangalyaan, better known as MOM started its journey on November 5, 2013 from Satish Dhawan Space Center SHAR at Sriharikota mounted on (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle)PSLV-C25. Before entering Mar's orbit, the spacecraft had lost radio link to earth as the spacecraft maneuvered behind Mars. The time was termed as Eclipse while folks at ISRO held their breath until the link was resetablished and history was written. India's space agency is the fourth to successfully complete a Mars orbiter mission after US, R

Healthy Child, Healthy Home

You could build a castle, but it won't fetch you happiness without a prince or princess in it. The most loved ones in a home are the children, showered with love of all they bring joy & content to one's life. This post is inspired by Indiblogger 's   Happy Hours Topic DABUR HEALTHY CHILD HAPPY HOME  Being the youngest in the house I was always the lucky one to get all the attention. If ever I fell sick, the whole of the family would make it a point to be around me & do everything possible to make me feel better. Fortunately there were not many days of me being bed ridden as I was growing up. But whenever I was sick, I had seen my Family worried and the whole house getting a vibe of being weak. My Childhood :) I thank my Mom for all the efforts she took to protect me from everything and for my good health. Love you Mom :) :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

Super Diwali with Super Souls

Diwali, the festival of light. We look forward to this darkest new moon night every year. It brightens our life & makes everyone feel blessed. Diwali is all about Family & sharing with them, time, sweets, gifts & happiness. We all have lots of memories from childhood starting from listening to mythological stories from our grandparents, waiting for dad to come home with sweets & firecrackers, aarti with the whole family, shopping for new clothes,  sneaking into the kitchen to have a extra mithai and giving & receiving of gifts. All these put together form memorable moments of our lives. Last year, on Diwali we found a different way of celebrating Diwali to add up to the happiness. Deepawali is fusion of two Sanskrit words. 'Deep' which means lamp & ' Awali'  which means a line or series. Series of happy memories & enlightenment in our lives is what was initiated last Diwali We, volunteers at a NGO: Super Souls found a new

Malala, from Blogging to Nobel Peace Prize

This post is part of Indispire, where Bloggers recommend & vote for a topic to write on. No promotions. Nothing. Simplified Blogging So one of the Bloggers came up with a topic "Can writers bring out Social change?" First name that came to mind was " Malala Yousafzai " a girl who wrote her way to Nobel Peace Prize. Pic from While Girls of her age thought of Cinderella, Barbie & Pretty dresses,  She wrote for a Revolution in her province. Malala Yousafzai was born and brought up in Swat valley of northwest Pakistan before she had to leave her homeland.   At the age of 12, in 2009 Malala Yousafzai started Blogging in BBC(British Broad Casting) When the Taliban went around destroying schools and edicted a law against Girls going to school, Malala wrote against it. She wrote by the pseudonym "Gul Makai" She is an Living Example of the quote " Pen is mightier than the sword"