The first time my friend mentioned it to me, I thought it was a conference on Architecture. Fair to say, he was an architect.
But if you look for ‘Landmark’ in the dictionary, the other definition is:
an event or discovery marking an important stage or turning point in something.
Which, I realize now, makes perfect sense.
Like most of my days during this summer internship, I reach the Hauz Khas Metro Station at around 8 or 9 PM and wait indefinitely for an Auto Rickshaw willing to take me home. Often, if you wait long enough, you get one at a steeper price than you’d like. But after being exposed to all the honking cars, invisible dust, and the large mass of other travelers growing with every Metro wave, you think you’d better grab one before all the autos are gone. Today was a little different. Continue reading
For the last three weeks, I’ve been regularly going to the Google Office at Gurgaon. And those were one of the most memorable three weeks of my life. I should explain what I was doing there. It all started when I received an email from Victor Udoewa, the inspirational teacher from Google who came to Amity University last year. Continue reading
Doctor’s prescriptions are hard to read. But I always assumed you don’t really need to know how. It’s the Pharmacist’s job to do so, right? Nope. If you didn’t hear the doctor properly, the prescription also has the frequency at which you should take your medicine. And boy, am I glad I found out the below.
Once in a blue moon, I suddenly find it very difficult to access certain pages on my home WiFi. Google occasionally works or doesn’t. Facebook gets blocked by my antivirus or just shows a page that usually means the site doesn’t exist. Sometimes, restarting the router works, but it’s always a temporary solution. And after wasting a week by trying to find out what’s wrong, it always ends up being the same problem I faced a couple of months back. Continue reading
The last few months have been exciting. Loads of things have happened that are worth mentioning.
Some days are just better than others. Often for the most humble of reasons, like having a pleasant afternoon conversing with friends. Continue reading
Respected founder, teachers and friends, Continue reading
Ah, birthdays. That one recurring day when it’s all about you. Not that I yearn for any sort of attention, rather, I see it as an occasion for those close to you to do something special. A moment to feel better about yourself and make some memories.
It’s been almost 10 long years since I rode on a train. Not that I have anything against it, but I’ve always preferred the faster means of commutation. Anyhow, I finally got on one with Atul, Rajat, and Sidharth, all four of us making our way for Amritsar.