Tuesday, December 18, 2012


Got the much needed break. I was seeking it for quite some time.
Some friends asked me what has put my writing to such a halt.I was actually trying to write something from almost 3 months, but may be a little hectic schedule or certain mood swings were not allowing me to write.
Sitting alone in Golconda Fort, Hyderabad and no one to disturb me for at least two hours, this is like a real chance to get my way back to writings. I have all the time of world today:-)

Things are transforming fast and John Mayer's wonderful track "Stop this train" seems to be the need of hour.
This is a fact that life will change every other day and the onus lies on self rather than others how we want things to shape in your own life. I also planned a couple of things but can sense planning and execution has a couple of dependencies and need a lot of determination . I guess, now is the time to show some maturity rather than all the funny stuffs that seems to be the most essential elements these days. Regressing a certain things confuse me at times. But I guess, this is the way it goes.

The ideal start to this post should be to regress yet again on the fun part. Will be summarizing the events over the past two days or so. It has been a wonderful trip to Hyderabad. All the moments, be it the boat ride at Lumbini garden or the laser show at NTR garden, each stuffs had a moment in itself. A tour to Ramaji Film-City is an experience in itself and it's totally worth all the penny thar they charge as the entry fees there. All the shows, from movie making to stunt shows, the last ride to shooting locations: all are a real treat to watch.
Trying the most stupid Roller Coaster Ride of lifetime is a memory that will surely remain intact for a long time.

Coming from a pure North Indian Background, you might find this place a little different but something new. I also had a couple of perceptions about South India but now I am pretty sure that a couple of them are certainly wrong.
The journey has so far been real smooth, except an incident that is worth mentioning here. I went to attend a friend's marriage. To my utter surprise, I was the only person wearing a coat there. Everything was perfectly fine. All heights crossed the moment I asked for a spoon and to my surprise, a  guy asked me whether my origin is India or abroad. According to him,we in India are acquainted at eating with hands and I was the likely "alien" over there. 
I responded in a sarcastic manner and that guy could not help but laugh on his own comment. The point is, there are still certain changes that might take a little time to change.

Coming to the food part,Hyderabad is a real place for connoisseurs. It resembles Old Delhi in a couple of ways. A road trip ride to Chaar Minaar yesterday was a De-javu for a ride to Chandni Chowk.

This is such a memorable trip that will stay with me forever.

Completing Hyderabad trip within 3 days and attending a Telugu wedding was delight. They don't play songs, perform the "Nagin Dance" at band and DJ's like we do in North, still wedding in Hyderabad is a different experience in itself.

One more place,one more culture,one more ethnicity: we are correct when we boast about the unity in diversity.
Signing off for the day as my cell phone battery and my mind is going to hibernate soon in the hottest day at Hyderabad:-)

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