Blarg

Blarg has no concrete or absolute meaning. Its meaning is derived all from how you say it and in what mood you say it.

Ch. 10 – Give me my room!

The bus dropped us off in the center of Sangla, a small settlement which really wasn’t anything more than a pitstop for people who were going further into the valley; where they would either stop at a camp site or towards the popular treks that line the Baspa river or the ultimate destination for Sangla, which was Chitkul – the last Indian village on the old Indo-Tibetan road. Continue Reading…

The more things change, the more they stay the same

I don’t really talk much about what I do at my job. But one of the things that I do is find images that can be featured along side the text. As a feature image.

Tomorrow, an article will be published about the Indian Space Research Organisation’s successful launch of the Reusable Launch Vehicle and when I came across the image below, I just couldn’t help but select it as the image we would use (all with due credit to the original publishers). Continue Reading…

The Future is Beyond Tomorrow.

In 2015, I wrote a paper titled ‘Setting the Stage for a World Government’, this paper discussed why the time had come for the world to proactively step towards global integration.

Why?

Well, for an upper-middle class person like me, I know that the world is intrinsically connected by two amazing ‘organisms’: the Internet and the Economy. Continue Reading…

Ch. 9 – Himachali bus drivers, scaring the shit out of you since 1971

As I hopped off the bus from Sarahan and looked around, I needed to catch a bus to the Sangla valley.

I’d like to say that throughout my journey, I had an impeccable travelers wit and was able to navigate my way throughout the mountains with ease. Truth was more that people would see me, with a massive backpack and that heavy jacket and know instantly that I was a traveler – but when they saw my face, and the general perplex on it. They realized.

I had no idea what I where I was going. Continue Reading…

I got 99 problems…

Life has an interesting mechanism where it can suddenly flip a switch and trigger this torrent which quickly overwhelms you. 99% of the time, this torrent is filled with problems and you’ve gone from chilling out in this river valley of life to fighting for what seems like your life and sanity.

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Ch. 8 – The concert at 7500 feet

I woke up early the next day, like most temples, Sarahan had an early morning darshan which I was keen on attending. I amazingly managed to bypass the yearning to sleeping in, rolled out of bed, had a cold shower and shuffled off to the temple. Continue Reading…

Half Baked Justice

The much anticipated sequel to Man of Steel (2013) was released this Friday. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has opened up to an extremely mediocre set of reviews, but in some ways, it completed the intended objective of the budding franchise and the studio.

Allow me to elaborate. Continue Reading…