I’ve noticed a recent news story making the rounds on Facebook, detailing how an American school has banned the saying of “namaste” on the grounds that it is a religious statement. The phrase, “namaste”, can be incorrectly taken as a religious statement, just like “My name is Ishu” can be incorrectly taken as a religious statement by someone willing enough to go to the trouble of … Continue reading Is it religious to say Namaste?
I’ve also started really pressuring myself to figure out some sort of New Year’s Resolution. Some years I decide to make one, but often times I opt out. Almost every lifestyle news article I read is about formulating the perfect New Year’s Resolution, so how do I decide what is perfect for me? I will create/update my website Getting regular doctor check-ups so you don’t … Continue reading Resolutions for 2016
2015 has been a bit of a busy one, that I know. The main thing I suppose was finishing university, which seems like so long ago, although it’s only been 4 months – TIME, Y U FLY? U ARE NOT A BIRD. Also had some good times, but a lot of it wasn’t exactly the best, but hey…it makes you appreciate the good moments even … Continue reading Lessons learnt in 2015
So, let me tell you the story of how I got married. I was 26 and had just completed my Informatics degree. I started working in an IT firm and at an employee group dinner, I met this handsome Indian men, Rohit. We struck up a great rapport and started hanging out with each other quite a bit. A month later, He asked me out. … Continue reading “So tell us how you both met!”
The way Indian parents deal with their children is very different from how a lot of other parents do so. There’s a reason why Indian kids think twice or thrice or a hundred times before doing shit. Because they know that if their parents find out about it, they’re fucked. Indian parents literally laugh at the idea of a “timeout” or “the stand within … Continue reading Indian parents – strict and discipline~!!
Since my last post about being nominated for the Liebster award for the first time by Jennifer, I have been nominated twice more! Firstly by Vishal and then Joan As I have done this once before, I won’t be redoing the whole post, I will just answer the individual questions from each one! Questions asked by Vishal: The most unique part of your own writings that you feel? The … Continue reading Liebster award #2 and #3
Food consumption has been looked at very carefully in this country. There are different types of people in India – What they should eat? Or generally every human. Each person needs different type of building up of a body. If you want to run 100 meters next to Usain Bolt, what kind of food should you eat? If you just want to work in some … Continue reading Food consumptions – Ban cow slatter- India
What decides success – God, fate, effort or luck? May be all of them 😀 but in what proportion? when you say fate, obviously it’s something that you cannot do anything about. when you say luck, obviously it’s something that you cannot do anything about. when you say god, again its obviously something that you cannot do anything about. So the only thing that you can do … Continue reading Success..
Who am I? Sometimes things seem bigger than they are from the outside, but Aishwariya Ramachandran B.SC APPLIED INFORMATICS is really still a teeny tiny front-end developer. Keep reading for a little bit about the people behind the code. I’m a developer, which means that I code – I don’t do any design in-house. Why I am here? I have no idea where I must begin? … Continue reading Who am I? Why I am here? and I think you should start a blog 😉