I am an Indian, interested in observing and commenting social and political developments in India and around the globe. And, as far as my work is concerned, I am also working like many others in a private company. That’s anyway ‘Udara Nimittam’ 🙂

10 Responses to “About me”

  1. 1 kalpana September 30, 2008 at 11:02 am

    I am an Indian and proud to be. previously i thought our goverment is not so much concern for our country but I really do’t know that all are senseless and like dead. lots of changes are needed.incresing bomb blast,unawareness of countrymen really very thinkable.we have to do something for our country at least at our own level.

  2. 2 Naresh November 20, 2008 at 7:54 pm

    found that you and me have some pretty common things in our blogs. and our objectives are similar too.
    we feel that there is no unified force fighting for hindu rights.
    francois, tarun vijay, gurumurthy, etc right wonderfully.. it makes us sit up and take notice..
    but the action is missing.. we want to bring together all such people on a unified web platform, so that our voices can be heard. and loudly.
    and it has to be done fast, in the background of growing media bias with govt support.
    we invite you to join us in this endeavour and contribute more ideas.

  3. 3 alwayssaynotoracism March 22, 2009 at 12:46 pm

    I am tired of people saying “i thought our goverment is not so much concern for our country”.

    OUR govt? NO! It’s not. Today Indian democracy has been subverted and the agenda is driven by Rome. With Antonio Maino as trojan horse it is all planned decades ago. Wake UP!

    Good to rediscover your blog. Like Naresh said, awareness is the key. To be frank, few with web access are already convinced of the threats, there is no need to convince the convinced. The garangutan task is how to educate the rest of India’s masses?


  4. 4 Yamsani April 1, 2009 at 10:07 pm

    I find the articles interesting. I regularly keep following your blog. Keep posting.

  5. 5 Prof.G.S,Murty June 11, 2009 at 10:54 am

    Well there are several well meaning people with clarity of thought regarding the future of this great country that are trying to contribute in thewir own way including through intellectual exercises. But the question is whether we, with this thought and the chosen medium of working style, will be able to to face the challenges and counter act to bring the “youth” of this country understand and make them realise in their inner most hearts to work towards this end by adopting a suitable activity in their life style and pursue to the logical end.

    Let us see. Why not plan a confluence of this thought process, physically meting at a selected place and bring out a plan of action to accelerate the process of our mission’s work.

    there is much more. Let us meet and deliberate and act. Pl take some lead .I am with you and with the cause of course.

    Prof Murty

  6. 6 praveen mohan December 3, 2009 at 12:27 pm

    vande go matharam bharath matha ki jai

  7. 7 rajesh singh December 20, 2009 at 5:48 pm

    Although things are dismal, all is not lost for the nation. There are committed people and there are those wholay downw their lives for the honour of India. But as citizens of the country we too have to play a role. whatever we are doing, we should do well and sincerely. In that way we too can contribute to the well being of the country. as for the rogues, they ought to be punished harsher

  8. 8 Er Sanjay Maheshwari February 3, 2010 at 6:38 pm

    We Indians have to be cautious as loving and compassionate to fellow Indians , open school hospitals for poor i name of their parents, teach values of Indian culture and pay for social causes more than religion,
    Orissa has richest Puri temple but poverty is not eradicated.

    If we take care we cannot have conversions and killings ,we are a sweet nation only then.

    Its upto you how we do to make India great.

  9. 9 Shhipra Nagar December 19, 2010 at 12:38 pm


    I visited this site for the first time & I really appreciate this initiative being taken.I personally believe that rather blaming the govt or other organizations,we should take the responsibility to work at our level best and contribute to the country’s fate.

    shippra nagar
    research scholar

  10. 10 Only the best for India September 20, 2011 at 1:03 am

    Hats off to you !

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