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My dedication to happiness of life, wishing a very happy birthday to Shreya Ghoshal

I dedicate this song-based review to Shreya Ghoshal who turns 34 today (born on 12th March, 1984). I am fortunate to have spent a few years in the small town (Rawatbhata, Kota, Rajasthan) where she started her musical journey as … Continue reading

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Son firing crackers at father’s Guru’s residence on Diwali

Today is the festival of Diwali. On this occasion, I happen to remember a Diwali that had come eleven years ago, i.e., in 2006 when myself and my little son (who was only 3 years old then) had visited the … Continue reading

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That memorable outing at Pahaadajhar

Exactly fifteen years have passed since I had made a memorable outing with my family in the rainy season of 2002. That was the day of 25th August, 2002. I was posted at Rajasthan Atomic Power Station located near a … Continue reading

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That small quarter embedding big joys

I am a victim of the old Indian proverb – PAIRR MEIN CHAKKAR (a whirl in the foot) whose epitome is a person’s destiny to be always on his toes and not able to settle down anywhere. This proverb has … Continue reading

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The most peaceful place for me in the world

I had joined at Rajasthan Atomic Power Station, Rawatbhata, Rajasthan in January 2001. Due to radiation effect, the atomic power plant has been installed more than 10 kilometres away from the residential area. Buses of the plant run throughout the … Continue reading

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Land of Charbhujanath, Atomic Power and Shreya

While serving Nuclear Power Corporation of India, I got transferred from Tarapur Atomic Power Station in Maharashtra to Rajasthan Atomic Power Station in 2001. Just the next day to Makar Sankranti, on 15th January, 2001, I stepped on the land … Continue reading

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That Diwali at Naaradanandji’s residence

In my blog post ‘Naaradanandji’, I had paid tribute to my music teacher – Pandit Naaradanand Shaastri who was indeed a music maestro but who never got his due from the world because he lacked in salesmanship and could not … Continue reading

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