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Day 2.....

Its about 10:45 AM and today is Sunday...probably i may not get a lot of time from tommorow when the week starts....right now am playing the song 'Dil Chahta Hai..." and somehow I am thinking of my most trusted freinds..both present and past...
There are few of my friends whom I can rely upon without thinking twice...they are those whom I never need to think before reacting..and I know I will find them always beside me when I need them.....I can be assured that happen what may...even if i dont talk to them for years, still they will never be angry of me...Aurko from school days, Nimish in college days and I believe now my relationship with Shubham (in 'MBA' days) is also transforming into such a friendship.....Adhish though a bit far away in the US now, is also a dear friend..

Aurko is the oldest of such freinds and I am fortunate to have him around even today....we complement each other too well and hence probably we will be together in future...lets see.. I have stopped expecting things...

Adhish is dear, we have a lot in common....even our academic and professional interests (software and IT)...but I have a feeling that he is US for good...little chance that he'll b back..but agian..expect the unexpected....

Nimish as always is hapy-go-lucky.. i am happy to see him in a good job with MBT....he is a gr8 company and very enthu....he is one person from whom I have learnt how to remain happy in life..and never crib

Shubham is also a happy-go-lucky chap, always smiling and enjoying life...but shubham has a clarity of thought,contrasting with Nimish..while Nimish would never think about metaphysics, shubham has views, thoughts and is quite interested in all this doubt he is my 'MBA' pal...higher thing in life usually interest him as much as myself...

I cannot end this post without mentioning Abhishek, my younger brother...we are gr8 partners.. though our relationship is that of a typical elderBro-yourngerBro, but he is one whom I have relied always in my life...a gr8 asset in my life.. am anxious about his future..but am very much sure that he's gonna be damn succesfull in life ... amen


  1. Good going pal.. The blog chain continues... Me Shubham and now you... Well have been your friend since the last one month or so.. Seems like I messed a nice person in BIT.. But will make amends for it now.. Hope to be in touch with you thru this thing... And someday you add me too in your list of good friends... :-)

    Take care

  2. friends... hmmmm... i believe- friendship is like wine, the older it gets, the sweeter it tastes... that's why we feel so happy to meet a friend after a long time..
    not necessary that 2 friends hav all their interests or opinions common.. it is the understanding and chemistry that makes a friendship tick.. it's something which u cannot express in words.. but all of us know that we hav felt it sometime or the other..
    i guess i am getting too philosophical for comfort.. :) wud love to know ur views on this..


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