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No Means No

Mock on Smoke

Last Sunday in a social gathering, some people started a discussion about their apartments, where they are living and boasting to each other about the facilities they are enjoying. Soon, I realized that they are not living in an apartment, instead of an apartment in living in their mind.

When I am thinking about 31st May, celebration, I could not hold a breaking smile on my face, by thinking, why we do not stop production or selling of Tobacco and its products, instead of spending a huge budget to aware people, it is not good for their health.

It seems to me like somebody building a free hospital for cancer patients and getting a grand social status, but his actual revenue comes from the business, by selling tobacco and tobacco products.

The reason is simple, growing “Revenue” every year. If we look into only the Indian Government tax revenue collected graph from 2005 to 20017, you will surprise to see the growth. Today it is more than 34,000 Crore per annum. Obviously, product companies are earning multifold.

WHO (World Health Organization) and global partners are celebrating today “World No Tobacco Day” (WNTD). and the focus of World No Tobacco Day 2019 is on “tobacco and lung health.”

I return to the point, from I have started. Same as an example of an apartment, addiction resides in one’s mind, it does not have any physical figure.

You can not catch smoke forever, but you could be caught by its addiction forever.

Do not be controlled by Smoke, Control the Smoke

I will urge you to do one exercise with me today. Just try to remember, when you have started? Somebody forced you or it was your decision because you liked the smell. You wanted to try once. When you purchase it the first time, are you alone? was feeling depressed? Was feeling stressed? Somebody has requested you to taste it and you could not say NO, just to save friendship or relationship? Did somebody compel you?

Don;t let your Mom feel SORRY for you

It could be one of the above reasons. But who is stopping you now? Who is forcing you now? Nobody? Hmm… You become addicted, but do not want to accept in public, you got a cover of a beautiful word i.e. “STRESSED” & “SOCIAL STATUS”

At last, You will SUFFER in pain and others can only feel SORRY for you

Death is inevitable, everyone knows this fact. When we took birth, the day started decreasing, but we want to enjoy life, so we are celebrating every birthday and telling everybody that we are grown up, but the fact is reverse.

Are we doing wrong? No, actually not. But why we invite death? Let death should invite us.

NO means NO, we heard this statement, and this is applicable all spheres of life. Do not give a remote button of your life to somebody, who doesn’t know how to operate. Keep it with you. You are the king of your life.

I attended funeral proceedings, some persons accompanied the dead body and chanting loudly “RAM NAAM SATYA HAI” (The GOD name is only eternal). While I was thinking, why this statement only remembered when a person is dead, to whom we are giving this knowledge now because man is no more to hear. But suddenly, I realized somebody was calling me. I went to him. He was a hermit, he asked me who is going “JINDA” (DEAD) or “MURDA”(ALIVE). I was surprised to hear the question, but when I realized it was having supreme knowledge.

The person who left the world without doing something good for humanity is “DEAD” and one who done something for which humanity feels proud and felt missing him is “ALIVE”

You BOTH can end each other, let us see, who WINS the race

Just remember we have “B”, “C” and “D”, in our life. B means BIRTH, D means DEATH. We do not have a hold on B & D, but we have a hold on C, which means CHOICE. We have to choose the way of life, the choice is in our hands.

If You do not want to leave “Addiction”, you do not need to, i am with you. Only move its direction, you should not be controlled by it, it should be controlled by you.

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Bye, and take care of yourself and your family.

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When “I”-LLNESS becomes “WE”-LLNESS

We heard the word “EGO“, which starts from “I” only. Try to observe today, you will surprise to see that when we are talking to somebody, we are using the word “I” maximum time because we want to show that we are the only person, who can do this or do that, else nobody is expert at least in my circle.

Just to surprise, even when we don’t accept that we are suffering from EGO, we have a simple excuse by saying that we do not have any other word to describe this, else how can somebody understand, what we are saying.

This is the fact, If someone does not want to be corrected, nobody can correct himself.

Well, when we are ill, the word itself starts from “I” and when we are well, the word itself starts from “WE“, when we observe this, don’t you think this gives us a grand opportunity to understand the solution of the problem of the whole universe. The only thing is we need to leave “I” and become “WE“. And the problem solves.

People only want to understand, what they have in their typed mindset, and they want to change themselves only and only when the same situation comes in their life, and then suddenly the prescribed solution becomes valuable to them.

My way to the office, I used to go to have my breakfast from nearby restaurants daily. I used to watch, one old lady beggar, asking for money, from everyone. I used to bring an extra breakfast packet for her and offer her breakfast and request her not to ask money for everyone. This is not a good practice, you should ask for work, instead of money.

I remember last week, one day when again I saw her to do the same practice, I went to her and told her how much money she required. She didn’t say a word and started staring downwards to the ground. I pulled out my wallet and offer her all the money that I had at that time. And told her, I have given you all that I had.

From the next day onwards, I could not find her there. I took a sigh of relief when I saw her to start her own work, selling fruits in a basket.

Illness becomes Wellness, but the bottom line is it needs effort and will power.

Do you know?

Some 795 million people in the world do not have enough food to lead a healthy active life. That’s about one in nine people on earth.

The vast majority of the world’s hungry people live in developing countries, where 12.9 percent of the population is undernourished.

Asia is the continent with the most hungry people – two-thirds of the total. The percentage in southern Asia has fallen in recent years but in western Asia, it has increased slightly.

Sub-Saharan Africa is the region with the highest prevalence (percentage of population) of hunger. One person in four there is undernourished.

Poor nutrition causes nearly half (45%) of deaths in children under five – 3.1 million children each year.

One out of six children — roughly 100 million — in developing countries is underweight. One in four of the world’s children is stunted. In developing countries, the proportion can rise to one in three.
If women farmers had the same access to resources as men, the number of hungry in the world could be reduced by up to 150 million.
66 million primary school-age children attend classes hungry across the developing world, with 23 million in Africa alone.
WFP calculates that US$3.2 billion is needed per year to reach all 66 million hungry school-age children.


Do you know?

India wastes Rs 244 crore worth of food a day

Report says:
India’s rank in the Global Hunger Index is 100 among 119 countries.

Wasted wheat produce: 21 million tonne

Worth of food wasted in India per year: Rs 88,800 crore

Food needed to feed India’s population: 225-230 million tonnes per year

Worth of food wasted per day: Rs 244

Farm output in 2015-16: 270 million tonne

Indians going hungry daily: 194 million

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Cheapest Travel Destination

So, my friends, you are looking for the cheapest travel destination. Well, it is in the Asia continent but actually, it is situated between Asia and Europe because it is in the mountainous Caucasus region between them.

Armenia is a hidden country in all Asian countries. Many of you have never heard the name or don’t know the exact place of Armenia on the World map.

Exact location of Armenia

Let us discuss, why it is a cheap country to visit?

Accommodation:

You will get hotels in Yerevan approximately USD 20 per night.  Try to book with Hostelworld.com, generally, you get hostels and guest houses start from 10$. Well again depends upon property location, it could be a little bit higher side, if you are looking at it in the center of the city.

Transport:

Taxies are cheaper than in Europe, and the USA. The normal tariff is AMD 600.00 i.e for (first 5 km) it is approximately USD 1.2XX, then for every 1 km, it is 100 dram extra. Alternatively, you can use taxi mobile apps like GG, or Yandex which are cheaper and safer.

You will find public transport also cheaper to move around the city. the recommendation is always, to use public buses or Metro trains, but not private transport, Generally, the rates they charge are the same approx 100 Darm, which in USD comes approximately USD 0.20.

Food:

Food is also cheap, of course, if you’re not eating in a luxurious restaurant. You can have dinner within USD10. Besides that, there are many food courts with tasty dishes so you can save money on food, instead of trying the best Armenian dishes.

Fruit prices are lower and yes, they all are organic, so try Armenian fruits if you happen to be here. It would e a little bit costlier, in Yerevan, outside of the capital the prices get lower.

When to visit

Peak season is summer (Jun–Aug), which is warm and dry and features events such as the Yerevan International Film Festival (Jul) and the Extreme Sports Festival (Lake Sevan, Aug). Winters are cold and snowy, and the ski resort of Tsakhkadzor is open from mid-Dec through Mar or Apr.

Worth Seeing Places:

The Matenadaran, officially the Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts is a museum, repository of manuscripts, and a research institute in Yerevan, Armenia. It is the world’s largest repository of Armenian manuscripts. For more information visit http://www.matenadaran.am/

Republic Square is the central town square in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. It consists of two sections: an oval roundabout and a trapezoid-shaped section which contains a pool with musical fountains. For more information https://www.yerevan.am/am/

The Cascade is a giant stairway made of limestone in Yerevan, Armenia. It links the downtown Ketron area of Yerevan with the Monument neighborhood. Designed by architects Jim Torosyan, Aslan Mkhitaryan, and Sargis Gurzadyan the construction of the cascade started in 1971 and was partially completed in 1980 for more information visit https://www.cmf.am/

Zvartnots Cathedral is a 7th-century centrally planned aisled tetraconch type Armenian cathedral built by the order of Catholicos Nerses the Builder from 643-652. Now in ruins, it is located at the edge of the city of Vagharshapat in Armavir Province of Armenia

The Armenian Genocide memorial complex is Armenia’s official memorial dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide, built in 1967 on the hill of Tsitsernakaberd in Yerevan. For more information visit http://www.genocide-museum.am/eng/index.php

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Space in Relationship

We conquered the moon, we reached space, but it is sad that we still could not understand that how much space we required or how much space we should give to the partner, to balance the relationship.

Can we agree on one point that TRUST is the only feeling, which can save all the relationships, but this should be from both sides?

I remembered one joke in general, where three adjectives are used for wife in context of marriage. First is before marriage she seems like “Chandramukhi”, means beautiful same as Moon, Second is after marriage she seems like “Surajmukhi”, means similar to “SUN”, and the third one is after some months/years of marriage, she seems “Jwalamukhi” means volcano.

Maybe any experienced man made this joke, but can’t we see the other side of the joke. This is the perspective to see the situation and become judgemental without looking at oneself in the mirror.

Remember when you meet someone the first time, it could be infatuation, it could be sympathy, it could be real love. But it is only you, who knows, or maybe you don’t know.

If your association starts with expectation, then this is a bitter truth, that it will be no longer exist because your emotional building is based on giving and taking and maybe your partner was not so judgmental to realize on first meeting. But as soon your partner realized, the emotional building will collapse.

You have gone thru so many websites, highlighting some signs that, now this is the time when your relationship needs space, and it could be in numbers (3 signs, 7signs, 9signs, 11signs, etc.). I have seen some websites are taking a Phycological online test, by giving some questions with optional answers. And with the help of your answers, the computer software will tell you, if you need to continue with this existing relationship or you need to go for the breakup.

Come on. Give me a break, Can a computer tell me, that what should i do with my relations? Are we crazy enough to believe it?

Believe me “TRUST” is the only word, which gives you all of your answers. You want to fight with your partner, go for it, but do not lose the trust on him or her. If you want to go for all the wrong ways, go for it, but do not breach the trust.

We have faith in GOD, but have you seen him? We are experiencing a supreme power every second, every moment, but have you seen him? Doesn’t it a million dollar questions? We are experiencing him when TSunami comes or when an earthquake destroyed thousands of lives. Or any event which shattered our faith, then only we cried “Please GOD SAVE US”

Similarly when it comes to have faith on our partner, then why we are not experiencing. You know, Faith is unconditional, and Trust is calculative. We have not seen GOD, but we have faith in him, but we see our partner daily, but we do not have trust in him or her?

When we are looking for space in our relationship, i think we need to bridge the GAP between our thoughts. There could be thousands of ways to distract, but there is only one way to attract and that is “TRUST”.

I met one couple, approximately aged, in the ’80s and they have successfully maintained their relationship. I simply asked, how? It would be 50-60 years from now.

I got the same answer from both. When one partner dissatisfied, on any decision, and there is the situation of the fight, then if the wife thinks, that my husband is wrong, she left the room for a while and walkover nearby for 30 minutes. and the same case with her husband. Later they sort out the issue and chilled.

Conclusion, leave the space for some time, it seems funny, but this is a fact. Anger is prevailing in the space at that time. Leave the space.

And this exercise will never bring the situation to discuss the space between relationships.

Agree? then Try from today onward.

Thanks for reading.

Bye for now, and take good care of you.

Only Yours,

Neeraj Bhatia

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Motion in Emotion

I was in the restroom and saw a guy entering for a nature call, but just to my surprise he was wearing wireless headphones on ears and talking to somebody continuously.

It could not took much time to me to understand he was on a official meeting and answering the questions relevant to him.

This incident was not new nowadays, but this shocked me, and I was started thinking, we are driving machines or machines are driving us.

We would have been obviously very happy on the day when we got the information officially that electricity is a reality now.

Our house illuminated with power, electronic gadgets invented, then in today’s scenarios, we got Solar Power, Wind Power, etc…. so many other means, to get power and make our life easy and now easiest.

Had we thought earlier, instead of taming power by us, the day will come when power will tame us?

Inventions are always for the betterment of life, but nowadays life is not going forward. We are moving forward, but life is in reverse gear.

We are giving power to robots to think emotionally, not bad, but we are moving out of all types of relationships.

We are not able to think about this life, we are living in a life, which we have never seen, and most probably will never see in this life.

I am referring to a person, who told me that she believed in rebirth, and she wants to do all the things in this life, which is morally right, so she can get rebirth and meet angels.

My thoughts are different in this subject. I am the least concern about life after death, I am more concerned about life before death.

We made machines to give easiness and peace to our lives and now the machine is ruling on us, obviously, we get easiness but we deprived of peace.

Our emotions are replaced with emojis, the icon is telling, what is our mood at this moment. We take birth with our siblings, but now we don’t have time to meet them. We do not have time for anyone, who was close earlier and don’t bother if they are not close now.

One family decided to meet in person after a long and the occasion was very pious, they all got calls from their grandparents, saying they don’t have much time left in life and they wish to meet all members of the family altogether.

They all accepted, and decide a day to meet. They came, they met, they all are happy to see that their grandparents are happy to see all of them together. Everyone is taking selfies with grandparents on their mobile phones.

After some time, there was a deep silence. Everybody was sitting in the same room, but grandparents were alone, looking at each other. The reason was simple. All members of the family were busy with their mobile phones. They are sharing selfies with their friend circles. Someone is chatting, another one is smiling by seeing a video clip, another one is sad to hear bad news.

The whole purpose was defeated.

Machine won, easiness is there, silence was there, but actually peace was torn apart into pieces.

We need to understand actual relations are more important than virtual relationships. We are smiling getting likes on our Facebook post, but we are not participating in the smile, which is actually looking for us. We are smiling while taking a selfie, but we are not smiling forever.

Machine is for us, we are not for machine, or we are not machines.

Grow up now…before its too late.

Someone is with us today, maybe he or she will not be tomorrow, but these machines will be with us, which will be useless at that time.

We can’t replace virtual relations with original. The cost is too much. Isn’t it?

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The present” is shocked to see the “Future” and “Past” is confused, to see the “Present”.

Everyone is running towards a materialist world, and the attitude “Who Cares”, is spreading like a chronicle disease.

The world is running towards the sky, day and night thru technologies, obviously, speed is multi-fold. Today “Present” is thinking, I should be far behind, if, would not able to cover a long distance to reach at par from others. “Future” is thinking that I am ruling the world because just to catch me, people are destroying their present. And “Past” is thinking that I always taught the people to learn from mistakes and move forward.

Maybe, the person who follows the natural rule, could not become a public figure, cannot rule the world, but at least, he is learning from the past, living in present and ruling on for the future.

In this mess, relations are found themselves cornered. What if you are popular enough but cannot meet your, parents, daily. What if you become a celebrity, but cannot hug your relations in public. What if you are millionaire, but unable to send your real feelings to the right person at the right time.

Aaradhya Groups is trying to bridge the gap among relationships because today everybody is running, but nobody can see, what they are leaving behind.

“Speaking e-Greeting Card”, is a product, thru which you can send your feelings to the person, who cares for you, and you are also caring for them, but you are unable to describe properly. Due to this, an unseen GAP among all relationships is generating.

Our Tag Line says “Send your feelings not only words”, because sometimes words can not express your real feelings.

Book today, a lovely greeting card from our website.

Record your feelings thru message, and instruct us to whom and when to send. Rest we will take care.

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Before thinking out-of-the box, learn to think what is in-the-box

In our corporate world, now and then, we can hear this word Out-of-the-Box. Not bad, we should go beyond our limits at least when trying to search the solution, which is not in general.

But before that if should be wise to know, what is inside the box.

Sometimes it happens, we try to find the thing, which is in front of us. And generally this happens when we could not focus, or we have limited information about the product.

This situation comes again and again in our life and nothing to related only with items, it could be anything. Lets us focus now when it happened last time with you.

You will simply again focusing on items, and here we are discussing this in more broader term. It could be day to day situations, either in office, in home front, in streets, and especially in our relationship.

When we try to find one, actually we are loosing another, obviously from our sight, mind or focus.

Do you agree, we are loosing every second, one second of our life? You agree or not, it is. Now the next point is, it will never come back. And this is a fact of our life.

Are we utilizing this second or wasting, is the million dollar question? Well if we are not able to utilize it well, obviously, it is going to be waste anyway.

Well, when we able to start thinking that are we utilizing this moment, then only we start thinking inside the box.

Every body in the corporate word, is thinking out of the box, but we need to think reverse.

We have limited distributed moments in our life and we are adding more complexity in our life by running behind the rat race.

Do not plan the life, live as it is coming in your way, swim with the flow. You can see the life will be easy after that.

No doubt, we need to plan, but to some extent. Do not run behind it. plan with in your capability and capacity.

You will see, you will never feel ashamed for your failure in front of mirror.

You are a born learner, every day you learn something,

You could be the worst critics for yourself, but till the extent, where you start learning and try to capture your faults.

To see your faults means looking inside the box, and then you know what you can do and this is the thinking out of the box.

Isn’t It. Now the World is your’s and you are for the World….Try this now…

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Coorg & Madekeri – A Live Destination Travel

Approximately 265 kilometers of distance from Bangalore, Coorg or you can say Kodagu, a district in Karnataka, and Madikeri is the district headquarter. Coorg is known as the Scotland of India.

Glance of History:
In 1834, the East India Company annexed Kodagu into British India, after deposing Chikka Virarajendra of the Kodagu kingdom, as ‘Coorg’.

Coorg Province was largely inhabited by the Kodava people who spoke the Kodava language.

During the 19th century, a number of coffee plantations were established in Coorg with the result that Coorg became one of the largest producers of coffee in the British Empire.

Accommodation

I will start with accommodation first;

I used to book my hotel thru Hostelworld.com and booking.com

I got a beautiful accommodation, in the mid of the forest, approximately 32 km far from city center,Madikeri. And that was Zostal Coorg. It starts from INR 499/- per dorm, if you are lucky then only you can get it. Dorm means one cot, it can be ground floor, or upper.

Located in the middle of a mini forest and coffee plantations, Zostel Coorg is a laidback backpacker hostel in the lap of nature. The hostel is 5 kms from the Siddapur town and is well connected by bus and auto rickshaw service.

Tucked away in the greenest lands of the town, Zostel Coorg offers a variety of dormitories, tents and private rooms. There is plenty of space all around the hostel for travelers to mingle apart from the cozy common room and the multi-cuisine cafe.

For the more adventure-loving of the lot, they have tents for you to camp with wilderness around you. There is a small pond within the property and hammocks are all around the place to just relax and do nothing.

Places to visiting in Coorg/Madikeri

I will not give you bunch of places. I will suggest only important main places mandatory to visit. It will not take more than 24 hours, but yes, you can spent more day, if you are going to my way. I spent two days and one night.

1. Coffee Plantations:

Coorg is renowned for its coffee plantations, which contribute around 60% of India’s coffee production. It also has plentiful teak, rosewood, and sandalwood forests. You have two choices: Either stay near by resort or join the group, who is visiting coffee plantation group tour. You can have a fresh cup of coffee definitely.

2. Waterfalls:

Abbey Waterfall

Abbey Falls and Irupu Falls are two of the biggest waterfalls in the Coorg region. Abbey Falls, located about 15 minutes north of Madikeri, is most accessible. Irupu Falls is nearly two hours south of Madikeri and an hour from Nagarhole National Park.

3. Dubare Elephant Camp

Dubare Elephant Camp

Dubare Elephant Camp is an elephant training camp operated by the Karnataka government. The camp is open daily from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.The elephants are located on an island within the camp and it’s necessary to take a boat to get there. Hence, if you want to experience the bathing try to arrive as early as possible, preferably by 9 a.m. You’ll be able to learn all about elephants, ride them, and even scrub them while they’re being bathed in the river.

4. Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary:

Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, also known as Pakshi Kashi of Karnataka, is a bird sanctuary in the Mandya District of the state of Karnataka in India. It is the largest bird sanctuary in the state, only 40 acres in area, and comprises six islets on the banks of the Kaveri river.

5. Namdroling Nyingmapa Tibetan Monastery and Golden Temple

It’s located in Bylakuppe, near Kushalnagar. One of the must-see Buddhist monasteries in India, this monastery is home to one of the largest Tibetan settlements in India. The amount of gold in the prayer hall and temple is quite overwhelming, as too are the immense gold statues of Buddha.

6. Madikeri Fort

Madikeri Fort

Madikeri has an old fort and palace. Most of the palace has been turned into government offices though. A small part has been opened as a rather unappealing museum.

7. Nisargadhama hole National Park


Nisargadhama is a breathtakingingly beautiful island off the state highway, two km from Kushalanagar town and 28 km from Madikeri. The 64-acre island, surrounded by the Cauvery river, can be accessed by walking across a hanging bridge.

8. Rajs’s Seat

Raja’s Seat

One of the popular tourist spots, Raja seat literally means “Seat of the Kings”. Located in the town of Madikeri, it is a beautiful place presenting a refreshing setting and soothing environment.

The place is called as Raja’s Seat because it was the place where Coorg’s kings used to visit and enjoy the beautiful scenic beauty around. The sunset and sunrise make for mesmerizing view which is worth captivating in your cameras.

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Networking is about Giving

Now a days, every second person is talking about available networking in LinkedIn and Social media, which is not helping them in searching job. Even then a person has more than 1000+ friends in their social circle.

But whenever they are posting something about themselves, they got a lot of responses. Hundreds of likes, and from them also, whose names hey haven’t heard earlier.

Experienced enough? Yes, this is correct, when we are sharing something, very good stuff, which is beneficial for society or some thing touching personal, then people response. Also when publishing something, which is against society or any celebrity, even then people react, because nobody is listening them, they got a platform to write anything, whatever they have in their mind.

Also when publishing something, which is against society or any celebrity, even then people react, because nobody is listening them, they got a platform to write anything, whatever they have in their mind.

Why? the million dollar question? Because we are human being, we are emotional social animal. When we read somebody achieved something, we become happy, because internally somewhere, we want to be happy and we are looking for chance to be happy, but always feeling that today my achievement is underestimated.

Nobody understand that i have put my best foot forward today, i have done my best, but this gone unrecognized.

Somewhere, this is going on and at the same time, see your posting, we want to appreciate ourselves, thru liking your post, and if want to go one more step forward, then comment on it by saying ‘good job” done to you.

There are some people in our community, they really want to appreciate people, because they already understand that networking is for giving not expecting something. from others

Why very limited people response, when we are asking help for job search? Because either they faced the same problem earlier, or they are real people, who really want to help you.

In both situation, they know that networking is just to give, extend the support, if you can not help, ask somebody to help others.

When we are expecting something from anyone, and this doesn’t happen according to expectation, we started cursing the day, the fate, and more so, the person, whom face we have seen in today morning.

But we forget that moment, person never suppose to help, or person never promised, this, means we become victim of our own web of hopes. Hoping against hope. Isn’t it.

Well, if we started helping someone, whom we do not know, we personally feel good. If you never felt this kick, try this, you will feel good.

The only condition here is, don’t expect help in return. Again expectation will spoil happiness.

If everybody follow this, i am sure, the day will come when, everyone will star helping each other.

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GolKonda Fort, Hyderabad, India

Golkonda Fort, Hyderabad, India

So…excited…yes, this is a second blog from my side on the travel destination, but actually, this is not a blog, this is a Vlog because I came with the complete video shoot. There is a huge demand from foreign travelers regarding Indian heritage, Indian forts, Indian culture, so this time we picked up Golkonda Fort this is in Hyderabad, South India.
The name of the fort has been derived from the Telugu words “Golla” and “Konda” which together means ‘Shepherd’s Hill’. Founded in the approximately 12th Century by the Kakatiya Kings, this massive Golconda Fort with eight gates and 87 bastions was later built by Qutub Shahi Kings.
The king constructed a mud fort around this holy spot and after 200 years, Bahamani rulers took possession of the place. Later the Qutub Shahi kings converted this into massive granite fort extending 5km in circumference. The fort is considered a mute witness to historic events. The Qutub Shahis reign at Golkonda ended in 1687 when it was run over by Mughal emperor Aurangzeb, who intentionally left it in ruins.
The system of acoustics in the Fort is something which attracts each and every visitor. The sound of clapping at the entrance can be heard at the ‘Bala Hissar’ which is the highest point and almost a kilometer away. This system was apparently used for communication purposes, especially to alert the royal in case of an attack.
So ready to see…. here is the video…

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Places you can visit under $30

Yes, I know that you want to travel around the world, like you have heard a song in your 80’s picturized one of legend Indian actor Shammi Kapoor i.e “Around the world in 8 Dollars’. You know that was possible in those days and this is also possible in now-a-days, but frankly speaking, it is not possible in 8 dollars, there could be some zeros you need to add. Anyways, there are a lot of countries where you can visit without VISA or any invitation, it could be an additional bonus. and yes some places you can visit under $30.

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Do not wait for tomorrow… Get Inspired Today and now only…..

Often i have heard saying somebody, well i want to travel all around he world, but not getting inspired. Nobody can inspire you, you are the only person who can inspire you. My suggestion to all of those is simple “Do not wait for tomorrow”,not sure, if it will come or not., so Inspired today and now only…

Above photographs is of Ooty Lakes, Karnataka, India, where i visited in Feb-2019. It is a beautiful hill station. The another name of Ooty, famous among tourist is Queen of Hill Station. Ooty is located in the Western Ghats zone at an altitude of 2240 mtrs.

It is the headquarters of the Nilgiri District, where the two mountain ranges meet. Coffee and Tea Plantations and trees like Conifers, Eucalyptus, Pine and Wattle dot the hill side in Udhagamandalam and its environs.

Summer Temperature : Max 25 C, Min 10 C

Winter Temperature: Max 21 C , Min 5 C.

Nearby Places; a) Coonoor – 19Kms, b) Kothagiri – 31 Kms are the other smaller nearby hill stations.

Ooty population is 88,430(2011 census) and Nilgiri District population is 7,33,394(2011 census).

Best Time to Visit: Summer: April- June Winter: September- November