Harish Kotra - An Underrated Hyderabadi

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The chance of a lifetime?

That would be today.

And every day, if you’re up for it.

The things that change our lives (and the lives of others) are rarely the long-scheduled events, the much-practiced speeches or the annual gala. No, it’s almost certain that the next chance you have to leap will come out of nowhere in particular, and you’ll discover it because you’re ready for it.

Someone to inspire, to connect with, to lead. A system to transform. An idea to share. Responsibility is often just lying around, waiting for someone to take it.


First appeared on Seth’s blog.

She disappeared thrice!

The moment I saw her, my heart decided to write this story.

Nope, this is not a journey in the bus but this is a beautiful instance through Vizag to Hyderabad ft. SpiceJet. I am not saying that I upgraded from a bus to a plane but just a little story of the instances at both Vizag Airport and Hyderabad Airport.
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I took an UberPOOL ride and what happened next is surprising!

Share your cab ride and pay up to 50% of your regular fare. We all love discounts. We all want something for cheap. Anything you do to end up having savings is a great thing.

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Vada Pav Love

Another dull summer afternoon awoke me from my intermittent sleep. I decided I needed to eat before allowing the storm of my to-do list to overwhelm me.

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Are Indians forgetting their culture?

Culture is not about WHAT we do and surely not about who we FOLLOW. It’s about WHY we do something, and HOW we do anything. So yes, we are losing our culture. But that “feeling of loss” is not because we are not following Indian things, but because we are desperately following too many things without knowing why. It’s a loss of meaning

From here.

Things gone Unnoticed

Back when I was in my last year of graduation, this cute little incident happened. It was cute for me and now its up to you, as someone who decided to spend a few minutes to read this, to decide if this is cute actually or not. Continue reading

Light will ultimately prevail even in darkness

I want to wish a Happy Diwali to all those who are celebrating the festival of lights here in the United States and around the world.  For Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and Buddhists, lighting the lamp—the diya—is a chance to remember, even in the midst of darkness, that light will ultimately prevail.  Knowledge will defeat ignorance, and compassion will triumph over despair.  Continue reading

An Example of what Friendzoned means.

This example is from tumblr and I appropriately feel so true the way the sorry is explained and resembles what exactly it means when a guy or a guy is friendzoned by someone. Continue reading

What’s in a birthday?

Your birthday is chosen by God — not your parents, your astrologer or the obstetrician. Birth is God saying that the world can’t go on without you. It is the day that your soul’s mission had to begin. Continue reading

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