December 30, 2007

bachpan ke dukh bhi kitne ache the

bachpan ke dukh bhi kitne ache the,
tab to sirf khilone tuta karte the.
Wo khushiya bhi na jane kaise khushiya thi,
titli ko pakad ke uchhla karte the.
ao maar ke khud barish ke pani me,
apna aap ko bhigoya karte the.
ab to ek aansu bhi rusva kar jata hai,
bachpan me to dil khol ke roya karte the

Globally hosted Operating System -

Read about latest and newest thing which is a virtual computer. read more
A similar thing is awaited from
  1. Firefox Creators ( Black Rose ) - their project Parakey
  2. Google's Unofficial blog once scribbled about such system's possibility.
  3. and few more services that are more relatively same to its context of working and it is working on web.
Related Post: A new era of remote computing

Important Updates by - A mobile community that I articulated earlier on this blog has added two important updates to their service.
  1. One to One messaging is now possible.
  2. You can also get a copy of message on your phone that you've sent.
  3. You can send picture message too but it is currently limited to a specific set provided by the service.
related post : smsgupshupcom-will-broadcast-your-sms

भीड़ में भी जब कोई तुम्हें तन्हा दिखाई दे

भीड़ में भी जब कोई तुम्हें तन्हा दिखाई दे ,
सबके साथ होकर भी जब कोई अकेला दिखाई दे |
हँसते ही जिसके दिखे एक समंदर सा दर्द का ,
देख जिसे लगे इंतज़ार में एक बुत अपने खुदा के ,
जिसकी सोच समझ जैसे खोई सी लगे ,
जिसकी बातों से ख़ुद तेरी तस्वीर बने ,
बस बिना खोए एक भी पल उसे ,
मेरा नाम लेके मिल लेना ,
वो मैं ना भी हुआ तो कोई ग़म नहीं ,
वो मेरे जैसा हो जाएगा ,
मैं ना सही कोई तो तुम्हे मिल जाएगा |
और अगर याद मेरा नाम भी तब ना आए ,
तो बस अपने नाम से पुकार लेना उसे ,
यक़ीन करो वो मैं हुआ तो एक पल में
पहचान लूँगा , तुम्हे फिर तुमसे माँग लूँगा |

Originally published by हेम ज्योत्स्ना पाराशर ” दीप ”

December 28, 2007


'Where is God? ' asked the child,
So young, so innocent.
' He is here, He is there
He is everywhere' said the mother

'Show me God, ' cried the child
' He is in Heaven
Looking down at you' said the father.

'Who is God? ' wailed the child
'Let’s see' smiled the teacher.

' He, whose eyes shed tears
In the misery of others
Whose helping hands
Extend in difficult hours
Whose loving heart envelops
Others for ever and ever-
He is God'

'Now I know God'
Exclaimed the enlightened child.


December 23, 2007

Ralamandal Wildlife Reserve, Indore

On friday 21st dec on the eve of Eid, We planned to roam around a only wildlife reserver near Indore i.e. Ralamandal
Here is the slide show of the trip.

December 16, 2007

Windows Live Writer - A new definition to blogging

Sitting online and writing blog is a tedious and bandwidth consuming opt. But now you can save your time and work on being offline with the latest blogging tool by Microsoft (Yay!) and it supports almost all types of blogging platforms such as blogger, WordPress, live spaces, sharepoint etc. It is a feature rich editor, a WYSIWYG editor with automatic image uploading option to the generic space available on the blog. Sometimes in hurry we generally makes blunders in spellings, WLwriter also has inbuilt spell checker and can manage multiple blogs at the same time from the single interface. Based on the .Net Platform and having numerous features, One can try it. Publish your blogs directly from desk. Some cool features are -

  • You can insert hyperlinks, pictures, tables, maps, tags and videos directly.
  • Optional plug-in can be added.
  • Full featured formatting and drafting.
  • Streamlined modern interface.
  • Inbuilt image editing, I say quick editing like watermarking, margins setup et al.

Get it free.

You’ll experience some problems with the above version with blogger, to get up from this problem please update it with your windows automatic updates. The new version you can check is 12.0.1367.1128

December 11, 2007

I want to cry...

I want to cry, but
tears are dried.

I want to love, but
other do conflicts and ruin my world.

I want to hate, but
my heart never let it happen.

I want to submerge in dreams, but
again my brain stops me to let down my over-confident mind.

I want to live, but
my neurons don't support.

I want to die, but
my well-wishers bounds me.

I want to cry, I want to cry,
and want to lighten my heart.

But this world is not according to me. :)

December 05, 2007 will broadcast your sms

Want to gupshup with friends? Use your mobile, create a group on and invite your friends to it. Now you can send sms to all the users through this website.
you don't need to go online to invite your friends. Just follow this simple steps :

  1. Create your group by sending an SMS to 567673434. Example:CREATE mygroup123

  2. Invite friends to your group:INVITE 98200XXXXX 99203XXXXX

  3. Send group messages to 567673434. Example:Hi, welcome to IT::SGSITS.

itsgsits is a group already created. You just need subsribe to it. Now talking on how much to pay for it. They say, its free but really not. For every sms to 567673434, a normal message rate applied according to your operator. So cost of broadcasting of one message to a group will surely less than One Re.
Integration with gtalk: add to your buddy list and directly broadcast without a mobile... :D. Hey this is really cool for people like me.
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December 04, 2007

Journey to Sacred India

It was Friday, we started our journey to north pilgrim places like Amritsar, Vaishno Devi etc from Indore. A long scenic journey of 1500 kms at one stretch passing through diverse states of India through our ever lazy train. Our coach was just adjacent to pantry car...ahh...smell of delicious dishes itching our stomach all the time. Moreover, we had few laughter champions along with us, they only know laughing on their PJs, eating like a Hunk and sleeping in musical rhythm....a journey to remember for the lifetime.

We reached Jammu on next day after exhausting 27 hrs long journey, and without moving our of rly station we booked a taxi to katra (2 hrs run) which is a base station to Vaishno Devi Shrine.
Vaishno Devi is already a popular place, thousands of person travel here and do trekking on the mountain for darshan of devi in form of pindies. Don't carry your camera here, its of no use because photography is prohibited. Have a look to wide panoramic shot of V.D. up to which cams are allowed. © Anjul Sahu
After adventurous tour of VD, we moved to our base station and took a stay for a night. On the next day, we did a Tata Sumo for Dharmshala (McLeodGanj), Kangra, Jwalaji, Chintpurni and Pathankot. Travelling throughout the day, in the sidelines of tropical deciduous forest and mountain ranges, reached Mcleodganj (10 kms from dharmshala).

Mcleodganj was built by Britishers and now populated with Tibetans, Christians and Anglo-Indians. I can feel the presence of these groups in their architecture styles, language and food. Nowadays, it is more popular for Dalai lama's residence at Namgyal monastery. China is against them and thrashed them from Tibet to India. Note: If you want shopping, do bargain because they tag products for four times the actual cost. Checkout the photo on your right, these horrible piece of art is of few hundred bucks, I want to buy them all which was not feasible so I took a snap of all of them are mine.

One good initiative I looked here was ban on plastics, they use paper -bags and keep the mountains clean. Nature will give you pleasure till you respect him, This is the rule of thumb which they really follow.

Amritsar: The last destination was the most divine place for Sikhs, 105 km from pathankot. It was a day long tour and favorite spots were Jalianwala Bagh, Golden Temple and Wagha Border. Jaliawala bagh & Golden Temple are nearly adjacent, and both has stitched with bloody history. The famous Jalianwala Bagh massacre, the garden saturated by nearly 2000 Indian patriots who were martyred in a non-violence struggle to free India from British domination, Gen. Dyer of British Army opened fire here on the unarmed Indians.

Golden Temple: The main attraction of the city. One can spend hours here without rethinking. It is such a spiritual place with melodious kirtans around the four corners and the architectural beauty has its own glory. Few things one should never miss here is the main temple & internal architecture style within the temple, the bhandara ( the social food) and the kar-seva i.e. the work with self interest. For Photo(s): Click Flickr/anjul

Wagha Border Ceremony: wagha border is a crossing between India and Pakistan. 30 km out of city near Atari international railway station. The flag off ceremony is one especial event that happens daily before sun-set. People from both the countries collect here on the pavilion and 6.5 ft high BSF troops march and represent their respective country with 120 db sound level....VANDE MATARAM.... The whole scenario just changes to patriotic glory. Note: be there on time, otherwise you'll miss the most important thing for which you marched for.