Thursday, March 25, 2010



Hello, To all the insomniac’s in the blogger verse.I was a big time Insomniac back in India.But, Ever since I came to California, I was pretty much following 9am-12pm schedule, which  in my case is called “early to rise and early to bed”. Yes, 9 o clock is pretty early.But, The last couple of weeks I have been  following  5 am and 2 pm schedule,where I get up at  2 o clock and sleep at 5  in the morning. I am pretty much following IST living in PST smile_regular

Earlier, I use to like being awake late in the night but not anymore.All I think of in the night  is assignments and nothing else.My life since I have changed my university was all about assignments, midterms and assignments and more assignments and more assignments. For a sec, It feels like “ Yaar kuch tho padrahe huin” I never ever  tried to study in my engineering, All my engineering was all about one day batting before the finals and The other second feels like “ WTF assignments????” “kya padraha huin???”

Friday, March 05, 2010

Being an Indian

P.S : This post will be patriotic !

I just saw this video. "yeh desh hai meera" from swadesh by Ashitosh music : A R reheman.

Well ,Am listening to the same song now as I am writing this post. I have never felt this way before.I have not felt so patriotic before in my life. I think Indians who live out of India feel more patriotic than who live in Inida. For a second I felt like Damn these studies,money , country and wanted to go back to India. Its exactly as it is shown in the movie.There is a small pain deep in our hearts. I got completely connected to the song.Everyone who lives out here feels the same way and wants to go back to India. But,we feel happy (or whatever it is in-explicable )in being called Indian. Yes, this is true. The first day when I was in the university,one of the students asked me " hey are you from India ???" I was like with a sense of pride on face,Yes, I am from INDIA. Its feels real good when some one identifies you as an INDIAN.I did not realize all this when I was in India but now am feeling and living it.

"Being Indian"