Wednesday, March 19, 2008

HR Summers Party

Finally, we had the much awaited HR summers party..
Funny timing if u ask me.. here we are neck deep in projects and with the exams approaching and with most of us headed home for Holi this weekend.. but we went.. and we danced..
and we danced..

It was fun..

And I also learned one more thing today.. What looks like a hppy twosome on the surface need not be so. And it always helps to talk..

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Consider this..

Thats me in the corner,
thats me in the spot...

I thought that I heard you laughing,
thought that I heard you sing.

Why do relationships become oh so complicated??
As long as I have my sanity, I am ok..
I have always been ok.( Plz Mr. joker, let this one be :) plz.. )

But are you?
It takes a lot to be brave.. I know..

Just try once.
(This incidently is my 100th post)

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

I run for life !

We have all been running.

All the time, all the way.

You may stop for a while, take a breath. But then you have to run again.

Some are running for things they desire,

some from things they dread..

And some dont even know where they are headed.

Most of us dont even understand the system.

Those who do, step out..

And those who dont, carry on..

Sunday, March 09, 2008


These are the days, it never rains but it pours..

its the terror of knowing what this world is about
watching some good friends screeming let me out..


laugh like u never knew sorrow
live like there's no tomorrow

and you shall live.. a life worth living

Friday, March 07, 2008

End of an era

They closed down Appu Ghar on 17th Feb 2008. I know their logic holds good - an amusement park from the pre liberalization era had become too obsolete in today's ultra modern- european themed parks.
But for people like me who grew up in the 90's, Appu Ghar held an iconic place. As kids we used to discuss its handful of rides. And mind you, I grew up in Ahmedabad, hundreds of miles away from the capital. Whenever somebody came back from a visit to Delhi, we usually serenaded her/him with requests for narrating the experiences. So much so that we could practically count and recount the rides without having visited Appu Ghar even once.

I finally did get a chance to visit it when I was about 12. It was every bit as promised. I still have fond memories of the bhoot bangla and the small clay modelling toy that mom would not buy for me.

What was once a heaven for kids( and for grown ups too i presume. Who doesnt like to have fun?) would now give way for the metro project. And an extention of the supreme court's premesis. But Appu Ghar will live in our memories.


Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Placement party

dum dum dum de de dum

dee da dee da de
dee da dee da dee da dee da dee da


p.s. : Dance ~ nirvana :)