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Sunday, 30 December 2012

Incredible India.. Where a girl is neither safe inside a womb, nor outside it

Incredible India.. Where a girl is neither safe inside a womb, nor outside it
Salute to the brave lady of India. Today I am feeling very shameful to being a part in a male dominant society. Most men in India disrespect women. Woman never gets a higher place in our society, every time females suppressed by the devil philosophy. Woman is another name of sacrifice. The brave lady didn’t fight for herself but she fight for every women in India. She did fight against the people who think woman as an object. But disappointingly she lost her battle in male dominant society. Is this India? Instead of rise voice to punish criminals some people start arguing about woman freedom that they must not come out from house at night or not wear western outfits. Shameful thought of shameful people. Is it crime in India to be a woman? What did woman wrong that male dominant society want to snatch all rights from her? It is the worst day for male dominant society. For protest I am changing my facebook image to a black doted image. Great honor to young brave lady.
She didn't die of a 'multi organ failure' but by a 'MultiSystemFai­lure'
If the girl was sent to Singapore for 'better' treatment, the rapists should be sent to Saudi for better justice
No need for tear gas today, Delhi Police. We have enough tears in our eyes already. Pls let us mourn in peace.
 Might be our education system is making good engineers, good doctors BUT need for good human being is required most.

Monday, 10 September 2012

Shameful news for Indian Democracy. Aseem Trivedi arrest for drawing cartoons against corruption.

 Unfortunate & shameful things are happening in Indian democracy, Indian government giving “Biryani” to Pakistani terrorist “Ajmal Kasab” & sending jail to Indian people who is fighting for India. Shameful act by Mumbai police, a politician who delivers always hatred speech & try to divide Indian people, they admire him & other hand slapping charges of Prevention of Insults of National Honour Act, 1971 on cartoonist Aseem Trivedi. It is true that some cartoons are objectionable but police must not react in this manner. It is totally biased retaliation. I & I think everyone against cartoonist Aseem Trivedi’s arrest. It is attack on freedom of expression right; it is against Indian democracy. Indian politicians are “playing” with Indian laws. Indian government Pakistani terrorists ko “biryani” khilati hai or Indian public ko “lathiya” khilati hai. Shameful, shameful, shameful… We must raise our voice against injustice. Jai Hind.

Saturday, 18 August 2012

Indian Politicians want to ban on social networking sites like Facebook & twitter.

Hey! A strange & dishonest remark on social networking sites by some of our Indian politicians. Mr. Ramgopal Yadav from SP suggest in parliament that we must ban on social networking sites like facebook & twitter because it spreading rumor 
about “Assam riot”. It is totally intolerable to blame on facebook & twitter. I think rumors never spread by social networking sites because mostly educated people surf on internet & they never believe & support senseless, baseless rumors. Spreading rumors is uneducated morons’ occupation. If you remember a biggest rumor spread that Ganpati’s idol drinking milk on 1995. People waste about million litters of milk, no social networking sites ever come in origin till 1995. I think Social networking sites are not working as a rumor spreading machine but it is a medium to express common man feelings on currant event. Many politicians are frustrated by social networking sites because first time ever all religion, all caste and all state people come in one roof to fight against corruption. Internet gives a new definition on freedom of common man. If our government ever considers banning on social networking sites, we must unite & protest against their decision. They will go further if we not stop them now. Most parliamentary members are involve in big scams, what will happen if Indian public question that most scams happen by members of parliament so ban the parliament to save India. I think as a parliament is necessary to advance the India same as social networking sites are necessary to express public opinion. Social networking sites are real strength of common public, banning on the social sites is like banning on “freedom of expression” right. Whatever religion of anyone, all the Indians are one. Indian enemies are trying to divide all Indians but they will never succeed in their operation. “kitne baaju kitne sar ginle dushman dhyaan se haarega woh har baazi jab khelein ham jee-jaan se”. Jai Hind.

Wednesday, 15 August 2012


Whenever anyone greet on 15 August “Happy independence day”; a pain burst out in my heart. Did we really get freedom? If you are celebrity or belong to rich family, it is fine but if you are common man then it is “Unhappy Independence Day” 
for you. I think a common man did not get freedom. “PAHLE ANGREJ RAJ THA AB JUNGLE RAJ HAI”. We waste our freedom fighters sacrifice. They did not fight & sacrifices their life for today scenario but they fight to dream that our next generation will get justice which they didn’t get. If you are celebrity or your father have money power you can do anything whatever you want, in India you can never get justice but you have to buy justice. Neither anna hazare,baba ramdev nor any politician or political party can change our India. Only we “a common man” can change India. I like this “Rang De Basanati” movie last scene very much, listen music at 1.14, it is heart touching & dialogue "Zindagi jeene ke do hi tarike hote hain. Ek joh ho raha hai hone do. Bardast karte raho. Ya phir zimedari uthao usse badalne ki. Koi desh perfect nahi hota,use perfect banana padta hai" read one hindi article also here-

Friday, 13 April 2012

Yeh hai Bombay meri jaan [dark side of mumbai(bombay)]

Some photos I clicked on lamington road. Even footpath is not empty in Mumbai :D Some people have tough life in Mumbai. They are selling flowers on footpath. But ridiculously some politicians in Mumbai beat these poor people to shine their politics & shockingly people give vote to these hooligan politicians. SHAMEFUL! Isn’t it? Whenever I see reality of mumbai, I remember a beautiful old song - Aye dil hai mushkil jeena yahan,Zara hat ke zara bach ke, yeh hai Bombay meri jaan. Kahin building kahin traame, kahin motor kahin mill,Milta hai yahan sab kuchh ik milta nahin dil, Insaan ka nahin kahin naam-o-nishaan.Zara hat ke zara bach ke, yeh hai Bombay meri jaan.

Thursday, 16 February 2012


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 Recently I visited with my few relatives to a remote Indian village name poshana for some religious ceremony (temple pran prathistha mahotsav). I find there one complex answer about India that why is India not developing simultaneously? We are about 125 crore(1.25 billion) people but still we are not where, where we must be. Why is India having highest illiterate ratio? Why is most of Indian public living below poverty line? Why have India highest crime cases? Why crime against old age people & woman high & female feticides is highest in India? Why are we far behind in all games? India is 2nd most populated country in the world but India only wins one or 2 medals in Olympics & some small countries that have half population of any Indian metropolitan city win at least 2 digits gold medals. I think we are not getting proper training to let our talent come out. We have ability to outshine other nations in every field if given proper chance.  I think most Indian assume cricket is most important game & other games are useless & it will be acceptable if there are no good school, collage or hospital but temple is needed for every Indian street. Is it correct? It is most important question as recently BJP announced in UP elections that they will make biggest ram temple if they come in power. My question is why no one talk about building world class educational institutes. most politicians & people spend money on useless issues like mayawati spend about 1000 cror(100000 million) on building a statue park. In ancient time people arrive from different countries to India for learning. Indian institutes like takshila,nalanda was most famous but now Indian students have to go abroad for high class education, who is responsible for this big change?
Before starting anything let me explain you about that village & my journey to that village. poshana is a small village, nearby railway link is bhinmal that is about 50 km. no good transportation to reach in the village except some old buses, roads are in bad condition. It has hardly a school, hardly meaning the school has only 1 or 2 teachers & students learning outside of their school as there are no light & not good rooms inside so they sit outside of their school. Someone donate this school & forgot after then to maintain it. No collage nearby so I think most student left their study after completing ssc. My journey from Mumbai to this village was little terrible as there was extremely cold weather, our train was late about 6 hours & a cab which we hired to reach in village was stop in middle of the route so we have to spend about 1 hour on road to find another cab. Finally we reached in village, the place where temple ceremony was performing was well decorated & the food was delicious. Over all event was good except some volunteer, they were rude & there was some kind of mismanagement at some occasions. But the unfortunate thing I seen was the original dweller of poshana village were throw out from event.
 The ceremony organizers calling this event for the poshana village, the announcer all time saying “padaro sa,padaro sa”(welcome,welcome) but unfortunately the ceremony was only a drama to show off their money. All the organizers are actually NRI :) of the poshana village most of them are dwelling in metropolitan city like mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai etc. Their ancient ancestors were dwelling in poshana village so they came here to show up their money. I find that some village kids were excitedly watching outside of the entry gate that what was going on inside but the watchman was not allowing them to go inside. The decoration was ordinary as most metro city inhabitants are familiar with this type of decoration but it was completely new & amazing for the actual poshana people who living there. They were very much excited that what is going on in their village & want to see decoration inside but the organizers not allowing them to see the decorations. They alerting & shouting on watchman - “in pauoo ko ander mat aane do,inko bhagao yaha se”(throw out this pauas(slang language for local poshana public) from this place). I was little amused as if the original poshana inhabitants are paua then the organizers are also paua as both had same ancestors. It is very much disappointing as there were many kids & they just want to see decoration inside. All kids were disappointingly watching event outside from entry gate hoping that if they would be allowed to see the event inside. The situation was totally disappointing, shameful & inhuman. The ironic thing is that some straying dogs were straying inside. What a shameful example showing by event organizers as a dog can enter in their ceremony but the common public & small kids who is actually dweller of poshana can’t permit inside to see the event.
  This is true India, many Indians have same philosophy, they only want to show their money in public by inhuman way. The organizers were boasting that they collected about 60-70 crore rupees(600-700 million rupees) to make temple in poshana & about 10 crore(100 million) spend on building temple & ceremony. It is little shocking as the village has no good hospital. No good school or collage, no good transportations, no good infrastructures then why did they not spend money on these fundamental amenities & spent money on only building a temple? The Posana village is no exception but some days ago some people spend 350-400 crore(3500-4000 million) in bhinmal also to build up a temple(72 jinalay mandir). 

 My question is to the entire intelligent creature on this earth that why we spend crore of rupees on building religious places but we never spend so much amount on building some good institution in our native places. I think one or two decent temple is enough in town instead of Building 100 temple on the location. Building 100 temples in village will not make difference in your village but if you build one world-class school,collage,hospital or institution that will make difference in the whole area. Why can’t we leave religions behind & spend money on human beings? We need to come out from spiritual world & consider about the real world.
 Some of our Indian villagers are brilliant, if you think that villagers are not talented then check this photo

many woman in Rajasthan village carry about 50 kg. Weight on their head & walk 20-30 km daily. They are perfect athletes; I think if we can provide them good training then they can break all records of weight lifting. Indian woman need to be proper educated. Some people shouts we need to modernize& empower the Indian woman but this is untrue. I think Indian woman is already powerful they merely need to be give proper respect & correct place in our society. People have wrong conception about modern. Wearing western outfits & skirts or smoking cigarette or drinking alcohol is not sign of modern. Modern meaning who is proper educated, talk sincerely & have being human feelings.
 India is behind because we are focusing only on show up of our religion; we are not caring about education. There are many talents hiding inside India but we can’t drag them from the herd. Talented people are not getting high class training & not getting opportunities. Many people think that it is government job to open world-class institutions in all villages but it is also not true. Government run by public funds even political parties are running by public & corporate funds.  Rich dwellers of the village have high level of responsibilities to resolve problems of their village. Most of Indian village inhabitants donate their money to build religious places but not have deep interest in building some places that can serve the local public & can improve condition of their village. Why people not taking interest in building world-class institutes & hospitals. Some people who donate money for building schools or collages went useless as very soon the unmaintained premises convert into dak bungalows. i think Indian government need to alter some rules & must give more tax exemption to build world class institutions.
 Our village people are starving from hunger, they have no source to get proper education, they have no qualitative hospital where they can treat their health, they have no good institutes where they can acquire proper training & find good jobs but we are building only temples. Tell me who is responsible for India’s poverty?

Thursday, 26 January 2012

Happy Republic Day :)

Happy Republic Day :) I was intensely impressed by our president speech about current scenario. She said – “While bringing about reforms and improving institutions, we have to be cautious that while shaking the tree to remove the bad fruit, we do not bring down the tree itself. There will be short term pressures, but in this process we must not lose sight of the long term goals, and must work together on our core national agenda. I do hope in the spirit of national interest, matters of national importance, are discussed and solutions are found between different stakeholders. This will strengthen the roots of our democracy and the foundations of our nation.”
It is very much sense full speech for all the citizens of India. We must take care about our democracy, be cautious that no one can use us for their personal benefits. If our politician is corrupt then this is our fault, we choosing wrong & corrupt candidates. What the democracy can do against corruption if we choosing wrong people. Remember one thing wearing anna cap or shouting “I AM ANNA HAZARE” will not eradicate corruption.lokpal will not have magic wand that it will stop corruption.corruption is a virus that spread deep to the root of india. corruption will not suddenly vanish from our system. together we have to fight against it. Jai Hind.

Sunday, 15 January 2012


Mumbai Marathon 2012 - I use to run in Mumbai marathon not to win price money but to stand up with the people who raise money for their charity. It sound good that at least you are part of the mega even which helps to the needy people.  
 I think life is also like marathon you must keep going, your focus must be on target. In marathon Sometime you fatigue & deflect from your target but you need not to give up easily, the same thing happens in life also you get many challenges in life, sometimes you are on a threshold where you almost ready to give up but you have not to stop there & you need to again collect your energy, your stamina to fight back against your all challenges. If anytime you give up then you will be completely out from the game. Marathon is inspirational also, it feels good to see veteran old age runner & physically challenged runner. It will inspire you most. You can never forget their spirit. These runners will motivate you throughout the year. I run Mumbai marathon for inspiration. It inspires me to not give up in any condition, it teaches me that just collect your energy & fight back to reach on your goal. Run at least one time in Mumbai marathon & I assure you that you will never forget this mega event, this event will not disappoint you. So next time I want to see you there. RUN MUMBAI RUN FOR BETTER CAUSE :)