Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Are We Moving Towards The West??

In my today's blog, I want to share something with you. You must have noticed it around you, in your home or in yourself. Westernization. We or you or any other must noticed today's youth in western fashion, living western, behaving western and much more. I've even noticed it, maybe more than you.
Let me come to the point, I can say that the indian youths are slowly moving towards the west, which simply means that we are getting adopted to these western lifestyle. Even this is happenning same with the people between 30-60 years. But in this process, we are slowly forgetting that we live in the motherland India where tourists from other countries die to come to see the culturally-rich country. The people of this generation just get bored or freaked about Indian cultures like Indian ritu-riwaz(traditions). We are just headig towards the western lifestyles without even looking back.
Remember, however westernized you are, just be a true Indian and always praise Indian cultures and feel proud about it because our cultures is totally different from the whole world.
So, in the end I would say
Jai hind!!

Monday, February 9, 2009

One Night @ The Call centre

Recently I got to read the book "One Night @ Call Centre" again written by Chetan Bhagat.
The story goes to the year 2004 winter when a writer meets a young lady in a train compartment. She tells him a story about six people working in a call centre. One night they recieve a call, But it was not an ordinary call. It was a call from GOD.
The book was a good one. But the problem with the book was that it contained of some pages which had talks related to the call centre.
But still I enjoyed reading it. Although a bit lower than THREE MISTAKES OF MY LIFE. But still it was a worth-reading novel
***3/4 stars - very good

Monday, February 2, 2009

Three Mistakes of My Life

Recently I got to read the book written by Chetan Bhagat 'THREE MISTAKES OF MY LIFE' which was released in May 2008. The story revolves around a boy called Govind who was living in Ahemdabad with his very close friends Ishant(Ish) and Omi. All of them were fans of cricket(cric buffs) who used to watch every match which India played, especially Ish. By getting inspired by this sport, for their earning, they opened a cricket shop. But in this way, the trio had to face every difficulty-religion, politics, unacceptable love etc.
I had read all three books written by Chetan Bhagat. But the best one was this one.
The novel was very well written except few abuses but still the rest was fascinating. I specially liked the Govind and Ish's character. A WORTH READING BOOK IF YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT PRESENT INDIA.