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Month: June 2012

That feeling of joining the bandwagon!

“Hey! All of them are taking part in this event. How can you expect me to miss it?”

“Look at those guys in the software industry. Even though there are too many of them, they are enjoying their lives. I also want to join it. That would at least assure me of a guaranteed job and income. Once I join, I can keep searching for a better job, what say?”

“If all those guys can get a girl, why can’t I? Is there something which they have and I don’t?”

“These days, guys around us are developing six packs left, right and center. Look at us. We are good for nothing”

PS: This post deals with examples related to the effects of joining the bandwagon in our daily lives. It doesn’t deal with joining national or the Indian independent movements and examples of that kind.

I am sure there are many of us who must have come up with at least one of the above statements at some point in time. Is it really necessary that we must do the same what everyone has done for years? What is so special about joining the bandwagon? Is it a fad? Does it really give us a high when we just do the same thing what millions do? Lets check it out.

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Guest Post: Top 10 Honeymoon Destinations in India


Travelers are always looking for the perfect gateway. However, sometimes it can be difficult to locate the perfect place for spending your honeymoon.

Here are some top honeymoon destinations in India.

1. The Andaman and Nicobar islands

These islands are located on the eastern coast of India about 1200 km from Kolkata. These islands are accessible by air as well as by sea. You can fly from Chennai, Mumbai or from Kolkata. The Andamans are considered to be on the of the most blessed places on Earth in terms of natural beauty.

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That overhyped feeling of first love!

The feeling of first love is bliss. It is the best thing that can happen to anyone. One can never forget his / her first love. First love makes you go weak in the knees. First love is something which everyone always yearns for. First love makes you love life over and over again. Oh my god! It all sounds so mushy and sweet. Is it really so? Let’s check it out.

Note: Before I go on, in this post I am referring to love BEFORE marriage. Not a person falling in love after marriage leading to an extra-marital affair :D.

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Book Review – You & Me: Our Relationship

“You & Me: Our Relationship” is Nikhil Mukhija’s first novel. To be honest, the first time I heard the name of this one, I thought to myself “Oh no! Not another college love story.” But then, when I turned to look at the back cover, I was surprised to read that this one is a non – fiction / self – help book. So does it work? Let’s check it out.

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Book Review – Marathon Baba

‘Marathon Baba’ is Girish Kohli’s first novel. Or as the book puts it, it is his third book which has been published first. Along with the quirky title, what catches your attention as soon as you get hold of the book is the cover design. The colours, font sty;e as well as the map on the back cover give the book a very unique feel. Does the book work? Let’s check it out.

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Book Review – Fate, Fraud & A Friday Wedding

“Fate, Fraud & A Friday Wedding” is Bhavna Rai’s first attempt at writing. In a career spanning 14 years across nations, she has worked with some of the top leading technology firms of the world. To be honest, I didn’t have the slightest idea of this book until the author contacted me herself to review it. Does it work? Let’s check it out.

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