A Moment | Poem

I was walking down the street
Listening to breeze through the trees.

And that was when I heard her giggles.
She passed by me as if a ripple.
Her giggles made me cripple.

I turned around only to see her walking away from me.
She was on the phone
But I was already in love with her tone

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The perks of being a wallflower | BookReview



The only thing I regret after reading this book is not reading it before!

This book was on my reading list for years and I made sure not to watch the movie. (because for me movie spoils the characters I mould while reading the book.) Finally this week, some of my friends tried leaking the story to me & that’s when I decided to read this book before letting them spoil it!

And I am so proud of deciding to read it, and more than it, for not watching the movie! The characters are amazing and relatable. The quotes just make you think a lot!

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The Tree of life (speech)

//I delivered this speech on 18th Feb Loudspeakers meetup.

//this is unedited

//the whole speech is my work, and if you are going to use any of the parts of it, make sure to link this blog page to it 🙂


Imagine a tree. A really big, dense tree. So long that no matter how much you climb, you can’t reach its zenith. It has innumerable branches!
The tree is laden fruits of all kinds, some small some really big, some bitter while as some sweet as anything can be! Most of the big fruits are at the very top while the small ones are mostly at the bottom.



A bunch of monkeys live in on the tree. Every day they wake up and go on the hunt for fruit.
Nearly everyone aims for those big fruits but while climbing the tree they see those small fruits which are so easy to get. And nearly all monkeys end up eating those and hence they never ever get the big fruits and this happens every day.
Every day the monkey decide that today they are going to climb the tree and would only stop when I reach the big fruit but soon they get distracted and attracted by those small fruits and this goes on forever!
As many of you have guessed by now that the monkeys are nothing but us, The tree is our life and the fruits are the thing which we consider as achievements. The big fruits are nothing but the big goals you have like being a professor or a motivational speaker, while small fruits are things like Instagram followers or just watching a movie, basically things which give happiness in short time.

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Why you should give importance to your Sleep! (Speech)

//I delivered this speech on 27th Jan Loudspeakers meetup.

//this is unedited

Good evening,

It has been an amazing evening, Thanks for the beautiful speeches.

3-4 years back while preparing for university entrance, near the exam time, I felt that I need more time to study and blamed my sleep for wasting too much of my time. I came up with a mega plan, the plan was to sleep once in two days,  as my very extensive research showed that I spend 16 hours sleeping in two days if I sleep for 8 hours a day, but if I decide to sleep only once in 2 days, I would sleep just for 10-12hours, saving basically 4hours! I implemented the mega plan, and yes I got the mega results, I got severe headaches and I scored really really low in the entrance exams. No doubt, I was a fool back then and my foolishness lasted till for 2-3 years more. Until last year, I kept keeping my sleep at bay, Every night I would go to sleep around 2am and would wake up at 7am for college basically getting around 4-5 hours of sleep.

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10 days, 10 movies!



It’s been so long since I wrote a post 😦
Fortunately, my academic session has ended and Look who’s back 😂😂

This year has been good to me, will talk about it in another blog post.

I didn’t watch a single movie this year, so I have decided to balance that out in the next 10days 😂

10 days are left for the new year’s & I have decided to watch 10 foreign movies (obviously with English subtitles) & review them, one each day!

I would love if you suggest me some! (I will add those to my to-watch list)

Here’s the list of movies I have decided to watch in next 10 days :


Oldboy (South Korean)

The intouchables (french

The lives of others (German)

The bicycle thief (Italy)

Nobody knows (Japanese)

Tokoyo story (japanese)

The seperation (Iranian)

Waltz with bashir (Israel)

Spirited away (japenese)

Leviathan (russian)

Amelie (french)

A very long engagement (french)


Let me know in the comment section if you have seen any of these!


First Mozilla Conference !

It was raining since the dawn, obviously not a good start of the day when you are supposed to attend the conference of which you waited for so long.

This was going to be my first Mozilla conference. I, being an open source enthusiast regarded it as nothing less than the start of an incredible journey.

The weather seemed to have a plan to ruin my first conference & I was afraid that the rain may cause people to stay indoors.

I reached the conference hall right on the time, was expecting very few attendees but the hall was quite full, it felt as if the rain had no impact on the mozillian community! This shows how much people are interested in Mozilla rep events!

I grabbed the nearest seat to the stage; the environment was exciting, everyone discussing code with people whom they barely met a minute back!

Here’s a confession, I was a bit sceptical about the conference as I thought that only hardcore coders will understand most of it! But Within 2 minutes of the start of the conference, the speaker ‘Pushpita Dey’ cleared that the conference wasn’t just for coders; anyone can attend & gain a lot from it! This really calmed me down.

I had been searching for ways to contribute in Mozilla since long but unfortunately, I always found Mozilla’s website confusing. Pushpita dey cleared everything from why to contribute to how to contribute! All the doubts I had since months got cleared within moments.

After a great introduction about Mozilla by Pushita, the other speaker ‘Trishul’ lead the event forward. It was Mozilla’s add-ons day & Trishul not only explained the need of add-ons but also showed the audience how easy is it to create add-ons.

The best part of the event was how the speakers engaged with the audience, riddles & fun questions were regularly thrown at the audience & it kept the audience engaged.

I met a lot of people from different college, and everyone wanted to contribute to Mozilla in some way. I found some great people & we will be working a project as a team soon!

By the end of the event, we made some 3-4 add-ons. The mozillian volunteers helped attendees a lot; they made sure that no attendee faces any technical problem.



The people from Mozilla community, the speakers & the volunteers really impressed me, I talked with all of them personally, they were so eager to help me! This is probably the most helpful community I ever been part of!

By the time the conference ended, I couldn’t wait to register myself as Mozillian & start contributing!

Can’t wait to attend more such conferences!


Panda & Human Foolishness

//I delivered this speech on 19th August Loudspeakers meetup.

//this is unedited



What comes to your mind when you hear the word ‘panda’?

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“Extreme cute animal which those black glimmering eyes” that’s the first image I believe we all get in our head

The second thing can be “the achievement of human beings in helping an endangered animal”



Really, the way the scientist has saved pandas is really commendable! It’s an achievement that we humans have enough knowledge to save a naturally fucked up species.

Let me explain a bit, how much fucked up pandas are!

The body of the panda is designed for a carnivorous diet! Their paws are developed to hunt small animals. And yet this animal somehow decided that he would only eat bamboos & would use his claws only to hang from the bamboo trees., Seems like pandas are the “Jains” of the animal kingdom!

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Gandhi & What he stood for (Speech)

*I gave this speech in The Loudspeakers Aug 12 meet up

*This is unedited. 


Imagine, a guy in this late 40s. Arrives back to his home country via a ship, he is wearing premium British clothes, holding a suitcase full of legal papers.

His dad worked for British Raj (East India Company) & helped the Britishers to collect tax from innocent peasants.

In his 20s, the guy was nothing more than a  spoiled brat, he smoked, he lied,, he drank!

He got to study England when about 10% Indians could read & write! He was lucky, that His family had enough wealth that he could spend his life resting.

But yet, this insane guy,  when he returned back to India did something no one in the history the of the world ever did.

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The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

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Rating 5/5


One of the best books I ever read!

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The language is lucid & since the story is from point of view of a child, the narration traps innocence of a child, which I thoroughly enjoyed.

In my book reviews, I never talk about the synopsis, neither I talk much about characters as I prefer to read books without having the slightest idea of the story,  in fact, I never read comments on the back cover of the novel, it’s fun to let the story unfold itself.

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The Secret

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Rating: 2/5

This book is a perfect example of how you can sell a thing just by giving it a bit mysterious look and an appealing name.

When I first saw this book I knew this would be one of those good-for-looking-only books. I avoided this book but some of my pals kept persuading me to read it, finally, I decided to check what’s the fuss all about.

The author has done a horrible job, there are tonnes of irrelevant quotes from irrelevant people on irrelevant topics! In fact, I didn’t actually like the look and feel of this book, I wonder why people love it.

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