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Jo Jo dost online hain iss blog post ko dekhte hi like aur share Karen jaldi hai kuch achhi khabar milegi.

None of us are not aware of such posts on social platforms. We Indians are very religious and I am truly proud of my country and respect all the religions and I am sure you too feel the same. And there no other feeling comparable to the happiness and contentment that we feel when we visit any shrine or get involved in any sort of religious act. But have you realized that we often become victims of our faiths and true belief in the religion that we follow.

The moment we see such a post on any social platform we start sharing and liking it blindly without even realizing that they are used just as a means to evoke our religious emotions that end up gaining enormous likes shares and popularity for their page.

Have you ever thought that why we are always fooled by or are used in the name of religion. Why people who call themselves “god” cheat us?

There is another category of pages which scare you by saying “Iss post ko zarror like and share Karen nahin tho bad luck will follow you for ten years”. Hadd hai ye tho. Tho bhai sab ko meri ye hi advice hai ki jaldi jaldi ase saare pages ko like Karen aur pareshaniyon se door rahenn. 😉

I know it may sound like a cliché’ but it is true that people often forget to follow the religion of humanity. We fight for a trivial amount of money with poor people like rickshaw walas, Raddi walas and with those who come to collect garbage from our homes but spend thousand of rupees in a single evening when we visit a mall.

While taking a stroll on the road we ignore and sometimes scold the little children who beg for one or two rupees whereas we shop for things without even looking at the price tag. Yes! I am also not in the favor of promoting baggers but when a child begs at least what we can do is to buy him/her a meal, an ice cream or whatever is available at hand.

Also it is quite pointless to argue with these poor people like raddiwalas etc. as they already earn very less and moreover what you are giving them doesn’t hold any importance to you either.

Don’t you agree?

There is one more category of people who on one hand share and post pictures related to gods so madly that whenever you open up your page, you find it filled totally with their posts related to the gods. Contrary to this these are the people who keep on commenting and liking “adult posts” which promise to reveal something if you comment, like or share their posts.  Sometimes I am really baffled that which face of these people is true? And which one to be smashed first ? Ok. Ok. It is their personal matter that “what do they want to see?” But I really maintained distance from them for good.

So, people all I want to say that “Meri blogpost ko dekhte hi like and share Karen our 15 min. main acchi khabar payeen.” Please do fast. Hahaha. 😀Image

Assuming you to be intelligent and smart enough to understand the heading of my story I am trying to share with you, a different aspect of this Smartphone baba that has deeply and invisibly touched each one of us. My this blog post is dedicated to all the women who are married or are going to be hitched any time soon.

Earlier, when you used to get up in the morning, you used to head straight to find that if the newspaper has landed or not? So that you can enjoy it untouched and unread I mean fresh and crisp, (I don’t know about you people but at least for me it is true, I have this disease since my childhood). Even today I rush in the morning to be the first one to grab it (Although it is different that these days my husband often wins the race as I am damn busy with my kid in the morning). But have you realized for many of us, the things are changing slowly, now our phone has become has inevitable part of our body, mind and soul. The touch screens of our phone have replaced the bechara newspaper. When the newspaper is on our tips why to go out and search for that big piece of paper news (the newspaper). Bhaito arram se”.

Now, when your child has gone to school successfully and Husband is off to office your smart phone baba takes the advantage and comes close to you. He is very smart. 😉 Kuch galat kaha maine? You just run to grab your phone as it is a handy option, (no not laptop, it takes time to open up..then you have to establish net connection..chodo yarr kaun kare ye sab). Rahi sahi kami whtsapp ne puri kardi. The phone beeps and beeps and beeps until you check that who is knocking on the screen. Isn’t it?

Once upon a time, yeahyou have read it right, ONCE UPON A TIME, when women folks were free in the afternoon they loved to take a power nap (I called it power nap, as your child won’t let you  take a prolonged one), or grab the replay of the episode missed last night,  but now as soon as the work is over the babaji (Smartphone) kept aside somewhere in the kitchen again comes close. Look how much he loves you. You can refer him as an example to your husband. 😉 . In the evening when women folks used to chat, exchange recipes and secrets, and stand outside of their homes  (these talks were once referred to as Gate talks), now they all used to spend time with the babaji sitting in the comfort of their homes. And exchange, all what I have written above, on whtsapp.

Even those who are in office, don’t forget to turn to the social plugins be it the active users (who actively like, update and comment) or the passive ones (who don’t  indulge in any such things but keep bugging you like anything, through your post and your comments that you do on your own updates and one updates from other people).

Yeah, one more thing, Husbands who scold their wives and complain about the nasty presence of smart phone baba between you and him, very actively use their phones while they are in office. Check them out.

Ab tho ye haal hai ki some people when used to get up at night to drink water or to avail the toilet facility, they don’t forget to take a sneak peek at the world locked inside the small screens of phones kept inside their pillows.

But don’t think that smart phone is a bane, it has also proved to be a boon to those girls who are not so good (Ahm! Ahm! Sorry I had to use this sentence to explain my feelings) at cooking are going to be hitched any time soon. Kaise?  Ase ki, now they don’t have to call every now and then to their mother asking her, “Bagan ka bharta kaise banta hai mummy”, “Chicken korma kaise banaun Mummy”. All this is now just a click away. Mummy is also relived now thank god!! No tensions now , that how her daughter will perform at the first test of cooking in her sasural. That is a different thing that these sort of tests never ever end.

So, if I will start explaining each and every aspect that is related to the topic that, how the smart phone baba has touched (oops!! I meant to say “the life of”) Indian women, there will be no end to this post.

So, if anyone doesn’t like my blog this time, is free to post ”galiyan in the comment box. Keep reading folks.Image

karma-funny-quotes‘Friend’, a word which is the synonym of incomparable joy and immense pleasure to one’s life. Thousands of magazines, lakhs of Internet hours and hundreds of movies cannot give that happiness that an hour spent with a friend can give. And I too really value my friends in my life who make my life so beautiful. But there are a few people, I may rather abstain myself from calling them ‘friends’, who make our life miserable, are toxic and are a big time suck.

These kinds of people who pretend to be our friends are more of a parasite. And suck peace, precious time and positivity completely out of our lives.

If you are not sure that a person is worth it or not just watch for these 10 signs in them

  • Pull you down

They say and do such things that pull you down emotionally and psychologically, and financially. And you feel completely drained when you spend time with them.

  • Not supportive

They are the kind of people who believe in the “A friend in need I will NEVER heed”. Rest you know everything about what they do, there is no need to explain any further.

  • Speak behind your back

They always speak behind your back with the others. The moment you leave the place they start bitiching about you. No matter that even sugar and Honey will hide their face when they talk so sweetly in front of you, in their sugar wrapped words.

  • They are opportunists

They need you only when they need you. Areeee I mean they contact you only when the need arises, not to mention, origination of need is on their side.

  • They are jealous

They praise your deeds and things in front of your face but secretly desire that all the good things that belong to you just vanish away.

  • The users/ Parasites

They always want to use your phones, your internet connections, even your business connection, your sources and all your stuff just because all that is available for free. But when their turn comes to pay back everything in terms of friendship, they just disappear in the blink of an eye.

  • The Fashionista

I am talking about those who consider themselves at the highest point when it comes to fashion also places you too at the highest point “but from below”. And constantly points out that you are nothing.

  • They never call you

They never call you or try to meet you. It’s always you who try and go out of the way to have them by your side. But they never ever turn up.

  • They are up to wrong deeds

They are involved in the bad deeds. It’s better to stay away from them.

Never trust them with your secrets. They are the first ones to spread the news.


These types of friends are better termed as toxic friends.

And I am really thankful to those who have been a real friend to me all these years, and request them to hold their place in my heart with all respect and dignity forever and ever and ever.


chaar log....

“WO Chaar Log”…. Areeee Nooo, PLEASE DON’T TAKE ME WRONG… I am not talking about those four people who offer their shoulder for taking one to his/her final journey. God Forbid.

I am talking about the people around us, the society which we are a part of.

You must have heard about this “Chaar log sunege tho kya kahenge? “. Fear of what people will say If they come to know about your actions ( of course not the offensive ones), thinking, sexual orientation, educational background, financial status, Marital relations and the list is never ending, perhaps there is no field of our life which goes untouched of this fear.

This syndrome of “Fear of Social acceptance” affects people irrespective of their caste, creed, religion, race and nationality and have successfully crossed boundaries.

When I was a bit overweight, people used to say “why don’t you lose some weight? You will look good” and now when I have lost weight, they say… hey what happened? Is everything alright? Why you have become so thin? And they start speculating about what might be happening in my life that has made me so thin. Log kaise bhi nahin jeene dete. I was fed up and stressed. And I ended up at a hospital for a complete health check up. There also, the doctor started laughing at me and said that when people want to lose weight and look nice why you want to gain weightYou are weird.  Abb main kya batati, that I was all caught up in a vicious circle.

All this happened because I tried to please people. I was affected by what they think of me and wanted me to become or look like. But I forgot that people won’t spare you either way.

I am sure that most of you must be having a similar story as mine. We often tend to take big decisions of our life in influence of social fear. And we regret that later. We like to take those fields as career which rate high on the yardstick of social acclaim, no matter what we like and what we are interested in, and apply the same when it comes to taking decisions for our children. No matter how good one is at painting per banana tho engineer ya doctor hi hai, chahe bar bar fail ho kar, 4 saal ke course ko 6 saal main Karen. If someone questions you about your decisions, confront them on their face. Let them know firmly that you are happy with what you are doing and they better don’t poke their nose in your matter. Lekin pehle samne wale ki aur apni strength compare kar lena. A disclaimer: Please try this at your own risk.

Warning: Parents should never leave their wards unattended while they deal with your relatives in this matter.     😉

Look I fear of this so much ki muje “disclaimer and warning” article ke beech main likh di. So, that baad main no one gets a chance to blame me.

Life is too short to be lived on the terms of other people. Because they don’t know what we went through, what are we good at and what potential we have inside ourselves?

And please never ever become one of those four people (wo chaar log). Don’t try to make people what you want them to. Don’t roam around with an invisible yard stick in your hand..that “ I did this when I was in that class and I behaved like that when I was of that age”. Believe me people will start hating you and will try to avoid you.

So, just love yourself don’t try to pretend what you are not, and the world will love you back for sure.

Caution: This story is based on a true incidence. Date, Place and Name of people are changed here to conceal the identity of the victim.

Ok Ok don’t give that ‘haww” look.. now read on…

I met a friend of mine on facebook after very long time. Both of us inquired about each other’s past and present life. She asked me “What do your husband do?” I told her that he is a SAP prof. I used “prof” instead of Professional. Assuming my husband to be SAP professor, she said “oh!”…(Meaning oh! I am really sorry for you) . This “oh” pinched me somewhere in my heart. While I told her that he is a SAP Professional…”COOOL” was her remark. Just a difference of ‘prof.’ and ‘Professional’ decides the position of a person on the yardstick of being cool. Is it really so “uncool” if a male is in teaching profession?

I was really taken aback, and realized that perhaps being cool is the priority in today’s time. If you want to be noticed, get loved, feel wanted and many other such basic emotions, the sole criterion is BEING COOL. If you score quite high on this cool quotient, people (most importantly of your age) will flock around you. Teaching is the most basic profession of all, as it forms the stout base on which all the other so called cool professions are standing tall. Often we forget that what we are today is just because of the fact that our esteemed teachers did their work with utmost sincerity, without judging that at what place do we fall when they measure our cool quotient.

What is considered cool today is being in a prof. oops! Profession that doesn’t have a far remote relation to teaching stuff, Having a Tab of some top rated manufacturing company, possessing colorful laptops, wearing Uber cool attire from some blah blah International brand, having an I or v pod (although gone are the days when they were considered as a luxury), having an android oops! Sorry again! Android is now getting replaced by latest version of Windows operating system in mobiles, and last but not the least is being good at YO YO English. So be sure if you have all these qualities, never ever imagine this in your remotest dream that someone will ever dare to ignore you.

“How are you” is now replaced by “what version of Android operating system your cell phone has”. Hay ! do you have whats App installed on your phone? Or you will get a reply as “YOOO”. You are asking someone that how is he? And you get YO YO in place of “I am good”..Isn’t it ridiculous? And obnoxious too.

It is no doubt true as the Sun shining in the sky that who doesn’t want to be techno friendly and posses latest gadgets but making it sole criterion to set your behavior towards someone is good enough?

Perhaps no place for real basic emotions and if anyone dares to abide himself/herself by these emotions, soon they are thrown out of those groups of cool people.

So I have decided that if I will ever get hold of the word “cool” I will beat it up with a hammer and will nail it down so that it doesn’t prevail our minds.


Here I am talking about the online Jargons acronyms and shorthand terms that we all use just to save a few seconds while working online.

This internet language has developed over a decade and is perhaps as old as the internet itself. This different kind of language is also known as chat speak, SMS speak, or IM language. It is the modified or we can say a distorted version of our current alphabetical way of speaking.

Below is the list of those slangs that have hilarious alternative meanings:

LOL: It is used in internet language for “laughing out loudly”

Real Meaning: LOL in the medical world is used to identify a patient as” little old lady”.

BRB: Means “Be right Back” in internet language.

Real Meaning: It refers to a “Big Red Button” such as for emergency or fear detonation.

 IDK: Its meaning in internet language is “I Don’t Know”

Real Meaning: “Ident-A-Kid”, as used in child identification program in United States.

 BFF: It means “Best Friends Forever” as per internet jargons.

Real Meaning: In late 1980 or early 1990, it referred to “Binary File Format”, a binary coding format for computer programs.

OMG: It is “oh my god/gosh/ goodness” when you trouble god for trivial things while using Internet.

Real Meaning: “Out law Motorcycle club” (OMG), found in 1930, it was the most notorious gang in the America.

PLZ: You use it to say “please” with lightning fast speed.

Real Meaning: It is a well known airport code for the Port Elizabeth airport in South Africa.

CYA: It is the misspelling of “see ya”.

Real Meaning: It is a sneaky acronym for “cover your ass”.

BTW: Used to denote “By the Way”

Real Meaning; Acronym for “British Traditional Wicca”.

ROFL: Used for “Rolling on floor laughing”, used when saying LOL is not enough.

Real Meaning: Rogues of the forbidden legion.

THX: It is used to say “thanks”/

Real Meaning: Tomlison Holman’s experience, an audio spin off of Lucas film.

BC: It is the shorthand for “because”.

Real Meaning: Before Christ.

AND U? : Please now “u” add to this list..”

“Please add your favorites in the comment box below”



While writing for some Indian website, I used this verse “Athithi Devo Bhava”but the moment I wrote I was forced by my inner self to take a deep plunge into the thoughts and I asked myself am I writing it correctly.  The attacks by our own countrymen on our foreign guests, weak minorities made me think about this. Perhaps this feeling of hospitality is applicable only to our acquaintances and relatives who visit us at our home and in many cases even” THIS” is also not true.

Although our media always remains busy accusing other countries where Indians are being attacked but why they forget about our own country? Not only females from other countries are subjected to exploitation here but also their male counterparts are exposed to these crimes.

I still do remember an incidence, a few years back when I was back to home after appearing for an M.B.A. exam..I noticed a foreigner (a lady) on the bus terminal standing beside me, waiting for the bus and talking to her friend and asking him to receive her at a midway stoppage.

We boarded the bus; she stepped down at her destination while I still had to travel for nearly 2 hours more. It was 1:30 pm, I too came down to had a cup of tea, where it was very awful to notice that her friend didn’t turn up and she was standing there surrounded by at least 13-14 rickshaw walas and owners of nearby tea stalls. All commenting on her and laughing at her, using very obscene language as she couldn’t understand even a word of Hindi.

A co passenger asked me to help her and asked me if I know English. But I couldn’t gather the courage to make my way into that circle of beasts and approach her to offer help. Reason for this may be that I was a bit young and immature also I was accompanied by only a female member of my family or you can say I was simply short of the courage needed at that time. I failed to help her. I could have informed the police but it didn’t come to my mind. After few minutes I saw her going with one of themGod knows what happened to her next..she safely reached her destination or not..I don’t know. But still sometimes whenever I sit alone, I still get horrified with its memories and is filled with guilt up to neck. I really feel ashamed that on that day all my education went into vain. I write for national and International clients but all my knowledge of this language “English” is worthless. I couldn’t utilize it to save some innocent person where question was just about communicating with her at the right time. I still feel if I can travel back into the past I would surely make things fall into right place.

While writing this caption “Athithi Devo Bhava” I forgot that I live in a country where our own women are not spared, where females are neither safe in the womb nor outside it. Incredible Indiatrue…. impossible to believe this. Image

Prostitution is considered to be the world’s oldest profession. It is being practiced in the world since time immemorial. No matter how stringent the laws were or the laws are at the present time, nothing could be done to curb it completely and to eradicate it from the society.

It is considered as an obligation to shun prostitution by many countries as it is seen as social stigma and as harbinger of amoral practices. Prostitution is often unacceptable and is looked down upon in the society.

Pros And Cons Of Legalization Of Prostitution in India: An Analysis

What GOOD will the legalization of this profession will bring?

Unregulated prostitution is causing a havoc of HIV/AIDS among prostitutes. If legalized, various health plans and checkups can be organized for prostitutes.

Illegal trafficking of girls who are pushed into this profession can be controlled, as registration of brothels would be mandatory. Prostitutes usually remain devoid of their basic rights such as right to education, right against exploitation, right to freedom, right to form association etc. Legalization of prostitution will surely mean the access to these basic human rights.

Prostitutes are often shunned by our society; they cannot lay a dignified life in this close knit Indian society. Legalization would surely mean to mark that they are human too and should be considered as one.

Legalization would abolish “Middleman” or Dalals, who sell girls like chattels just for their commission.

Child trafficking can be curbed effectively.

Children of prostitutes can be given a better life and living conditions. They would not be bound to enter the same profession against their will.

Legalization of prostitution would surely extend labor laws to the sex works who work in brothels.

If prostitution is legalized it would act as the prime channel to vent out the urges of those who cannot control their libido and end up involving in rape and other sexual violations of women.

No reason for turning a blind eye towards prostitution, “if I do not see it, it does not exist”, hoping that it would vanish by itself one day.  

Grounds For Not Legalizing Prostitution:


Legalizing prostitution will surely have a significant social impact and cost. There are not many people who would appreciate even the thought of brothel placed nearby their homes.

What earlier used to happen in secrecy and behind the closed doors would now be in the open that too with a legal stamp on it.

Legalization would be like providing free tickets for the girls to enter into this profession. It would pose grave problems of HIV/AIDS, Cervical cancer and psychological disorders.

Would prove as a gift to traffickers and pimps.

May result in the increase in the demand of prostitutes and can result in the over expansion of the sex industry.

Could pose serious threats to the fidelity and compact structure of the institution of marriage.


Legalization of prostitution in India is a big question and any decision regarding it shall act as a landmark in the entire history of Indian economy. Legalization has its share of both Pros and Cons.