I dream of owning,
a heaven on land!
To stay and rest,
So that I can rest and prepare for best!
05 Mar 2015 Leave a comment
I dream of owning,
24 Feb 2015 Leave a comment
It’s the first time when I’ve been nominated and I am very thankful to Anuksha ^_^ , the proud owner of a wonderful blog called “Girl With The Nose Ring”- https://girlwiththenosering.wordpress.com/author/girlwiththenosering/ for nominating me. I love the way she plays with words and come up something interesting, everything! Nominations for this award is served to the blogs with less than 3000 follows. Thank you Anuksha!
⚖ Now here are rules ⚖
1.Provide a link to the person who nominated you.
2. Answer the questions given by the blogger who nominated you.
3. Nominate 5 blogs
4. Create questions for the nominees to answer.
5. List 11 random facts about yourself.
6. Let your nominees know they have been nominated via their blog/social media
Here are the Answers of those Questions which Anuksha^_^ had sent me-
- Do you collect anything?
Ans- I like collecting memories & that is the reason why I have so many pictures and audio files.
- What was your first job?
Ans- I am still a student of class 10th so I can say that I am quite unqualified for getting a job! But, during this summer vacation I did taught a group of slum children which I enjoyed a lot!
- Which out of the five senses would you say is your strongest?
Ans- Through I wear glasses but still I would say that my eyes are strongest because every time I watch a person I know what is going on in his mind!
- If you had a warning label, what would yours say?
Ans- I feel that dogs are the best example of humanity! No matter what you do to them, they will always be nice to you but I am not like that! If someone betrays me, I can never continue that relationship like normal, ever.
- What was the last book you read?
Ans- My maths textbook! Because my exams are on head that is why I’ve been reading and solving my textbooks.
- If you could be any fictional character, who would you choose?
Ans- Sally Bollywood!
- What would you name the autobiography of your life?
Ans- “MY CANVAS”
- At what age did you become an adult?
Ans- In India, you are suppose to behave like an adult as soon as your younger sibling is born and in my case my younger sister was born when I was 4 years old. So I was 4 when I became an adult!
- What does ‘change’ mean to you?
Ans- I usually hate change but I admit that changes are good for health.
- Out of the three, ‘Love,Trust and Hope‘ which do you think is the most essential of all?
Ans- Definitely it has to be “TRUST”!
11 random facts about me
- I love non-veg!
- I own one pug, two Great Danes & a tortoise!
- I love nerdy look!
- I am not good at chatting through gadgets!
- I <3 chatting, face to face!
- I love traveling.
- I love playing sports.
- I am worse in beauty and beauty related things!
- I love sweets.
- I hate people who indulge to much in others life.
- I am super good with the people who are nice to me and worse, who are bad!
I nominate all the blogs mentioned below. They are my favorite and their work is commendable.
My Questions for you are-
- What are your views on India?
- You like sweet or spicy?
- Why is education important?
- What you hate more, bugs or mice?
- Will you ever talk to someone, who has insulted you?
- Did you had any bad habit of yours when you were a kid?
18 Feb 2015 2 Comments
Lost, giggling with broken teeth,
Now lips are ready to cover the spaces!
Lost, asking childish questions,
Now answers have double meanings!
Lost hiding toffees,
Now pockets hide cigarettes!
Hiding to be seeked is Lost
Now PS3’s are being introduced!
Now adults are being borned!
13 Feb 2015 Leave a comment
It’s not the face, color, age, cloths or skin that attract Animals,
It’s the Vegina, that does!
09 Feb 2015 Leave a comment
in article, connection, dear diry, death, emotion, happened with me, help, humanity, india Tags: acceptance, being happy, caring, change, culture, death, death anniversary, development, emotion, grandmother, grandparent, misconception, mythology, sad, tradition
On 9/02/2014, my lovely, illiterate grandmother passed away! Though, she herself was illiterate but she did every thing to make her children educated and it was her & grand father’s effort that today every child of their not only have an A-class job but also respect in society! NET one year has passed! My brother’s Whatsapp picture had also changed to our granny’s pic at 12:00 am sharp! Every single event of last year is flashing by my eyes like how we spent every second outside the ICU on 8/02/2014. I’ve always believed that one can never predict his/her day of departure but I don’t know how she did! She had always loved living in village and when we got to know about her illness we requested her to come to us (in city) for proper medication but she said that she could sense that she won’t return ever after & exactly that had happened! She was very brave, lying on bed during last couple of minutes, it takes courage to speak! Not only about family but also about cows, buffaloes & goats that she had. When my father and his 2 brothers asked her about her any wishes, she said that she wants to take her last breath in her home! In her village! & wants to get buried next to her husband! The distance to our village can be covered in three hours and at 3;00am, early morning, when doctors had raised their hands, my family was trying hard to fulfill her last wishes. I was asked to go home at 2:00am (early morning) because of my younger sister! Next morning, i.e. on 9th, 7:00 am, we received a call from our village! We were told that she was no more! Everyone told that at least we could fulfill her wish. Not only she opened her eyes at her heaven but she had also ate a biscuit and drank tea! My Grand Ma! We rushed to our village! And by the evening all rituals were done and burial ceremonies were also over. In Hindus, starting from the day of the death of a particular person, whether male, female or children, to the 13th day after his /her funeral a tradition called Teravih takes place. It involves praying to the departed soul and offering his/her favorite food then that food was given to everyone present. The prayer is supposed to be done by the priest but in our case it was us who did everything because we belong to a backward cast i.e. Schedule Caste! The priest did came because we are among the rich families of the village but during his presence everyone was instructed to not to touch anything as he belonged to the “high class” & he would not accept anything touched by the lower!
So this is a modern India, where if you can’t do hard work or succeed in getting a good job then you need to gain respect in society on the terms of caste and religion!
WE accepted that we don’t need any pandit to offer prayers to granny from us because the bound of us and granny is more strong and she knows how much we love her! This was the reason why we did all rituals all by ourselves instead of pleading in front of any priest!
09 Feb 2015 Leave a comment
Originally posted on Girl With The Nose Ring:
In a democracy one has right to vote, right to freedom of expression, right to religion and many more rights, but one does not have the right to get offended. You don’t have a special right to not to be offended and this is crucial when we talk about freedom of expression and speech and limits to it when the world is becoming more and more globalized.
We live together in the world which is getting more complex in terms of culture, religion, and ethnicity due to two main factors. The first factor is migration, people are moving across borders to an extent and in a number that has never been seen in the history of mankind. Other factor is technology. What is being published in India and China can be accessed at the same time in Denmark or U.S or any other country. This means the context can…
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09 Feb 2015 Leave a comment
in article, connection, culture, discussion, emotion, friendship, girl, happened with me, school, schooling, Teen, teenager Tags: advice, comedy, new class, parenthood, Parenting, reactions, reality, school, schooling, secondary, secondary school, teacher, teaching, teen, teenagers
I am studying in class 10 and in about 30 days I’ll be promoted to class 11th. I have been in “Secondary School” for a long time, so I feel that I’m quite an eligible one to give my juniors some tips. So here are they-
1- Stay ready for weird reactions! e.g
Stranger- “In which class do you study in?”
You- “Class 10th”
Stranger- eye brows raised, eyes popped out and deformed lips.
2- Get ready to share your future plans with every single person, like what subject you’ll choose or what you want to become!
3- Be prepared for advises from every class 10th passed human!
4-Block you ears if you’ve made any mistake because then you’ll hear- “You don’t know this! Being a student of “Secondary School”, you should be knowing it!”
5- Parents will get weird-
You- “Mom can I go to Fedrick’s”
Mom- “No, you’re not that grown up!”
You- “Mom, can you cook me Maggie?”
Mom- “You’re in 10th, You’re grown up!”
05 Feb 2015 Leave a comment
I want to sink in,
Into his eyes!
I want to run,
Run, towards him!
I want him,
Him, to hold me!
I want to stand,
stand on my toes!
I want to get buried,
On his chest!
I want to him,
Him, to hug me,
Hug me, like he wants me to hear his heartbeats,
Which are for me!
04 Feb 2015 Leave a comment
Today a thought just hit me very hard when I was doodling during my maths class! A proverb came into my mind and that was “Jitna milta hai, utne me kush hi rehna chahiye” (hindi). In english it means that one should stay happy in whatever he has/gets. I disagree with this proverb. I mean, a man without any wish, ambition, desire to achieve something in any stage of life would be like a mannequin. Why does a man spends so many years studying then working? Because he wants to earn a better living. If he applies this proverb then why will he go for higher studies? He can get the basic knowledge then go for any labour job because he got only this and now he has to be happy as he can at least able to earn a meal which is enough for staying alive! Everywhere, whatever happens is regarded as the wish of god but I say that unless you won’t fight for yourself then why will someone else, say god will help you. Learn to take your responsibility. If you have a bra and an underwear that does not mean that you should be thankful, happy & satisfied. Instead, aim for full clothes and work hard to get it! You just need to be fair & positive in this game. There are so many who loose, because their god had not chosen them to be winners and if this reason is true then today India would have not able to emerge as the World’s largest democracy. Indians would had accepted their defeat during First war of Independence and wouldn’t had fought again. But they fought for their Mother India because they were not happy in what they had and got success! So it’s important to be sensible and hard working!