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New Journey!!! - Plannin to write my blog

Well, I m no Amitabh Bachhan, No Aamir Khan, tht ppl will be reading my blog or will be finding it worth reading. All i know is tht i am getting inspired from Ankur to write it. This is my opening post meant to be read for ppl close to me.

 

Its 10:10pm now, September 25th 2008, I have decided to replicate the high flying Blogging concept whilst I know I have the slightest listeners. Holidays have started, No great work to do these days, except getting inclined to TV and gossips, ‘Roz ki faaltu baatein’ would be the core activity in my list regularly till 5th October.

 

Will be missing my college buddies, Its always a dependence tht gets created when you meet the same ppl regularly, The best and worst part of “Chhutiyan-Holidays’ is the “ending/missing of monotonous routine” , on one side I m happy tht this break would end up my daily 9 to 6 college routine and on the same time I will be / already started missing my friends and foesJ. Tension mat lo, foes are an important part of my life, filhaal to nahi hai koi, ban jaaye kabhi kya pata chalta hai.

 

Missing a trip tht I fail to spot in, we had a plan to go to Hardwar and subsequent places, despite the fact that I am going to get atleast 20 gifts from them, 1 from each person from each place they visit. Chalo next time; I’ll make a trip and will go with them. Nevertheless I’ll rate this week as a below average week for me and peers, Koi bhtt Pareshan tha, to kabhi main pareshan, to kabhi maine kisi ko pareshan kiya, my funda of spreading smiles amongst all actually failed on me, I was given an additional cog to bring it back on face,I didn’t expect God to have that kind of end to weekend or  our autumn breaks, I wanted ppl to go with a happy and rejoicing mood to their respective homes.

 

Tired... too difficult to write, presentations are better, the concept of CCPP helps me, it’s too spiky to write and type.  Plans to hai ki I’ll write my blog.

 

Planning to come back tomorrow on the same blog with a new post.

Comments

ANKUR said…
welcome to the world of blogging man!!
looking forward to your posts buddy!!
Ankit Gupta said…
Thanks Ankur..

A complement to u too..

Well, i m ur blog's regular visitor, I m happy with that terrorism article.. great...
PrAT33K said…
nice blog sir !!
keep it up....
god bless u.
Anonymous said…
hi... dekh liyaaaa:)
its really great ji.. :)
Anonymous said…
achha likhte ho tum to khadoos:)
M_U_K_U_N{U_V} said…
mere somments kaha gaye?????????????

galat baat hai ye to
M_U_K_U_N{U_V} said…
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M_U_K_U_N{U_V} said…
Well all i can say is that u have mentioned vry rght that you are using Blogger diff.
But i and all your Frnds know abt u Mr.A that you follow ur own policy of Thnkng Different and crt a nw goal for others to achive, which is the evryone should adopt..

Nw Journey is worth only if it lds to nw destination & dats wht ur wy is Mr.A


God Bless You and u achieve wat evr u wnt.

TC

Frm:- M_U_K_U_N
Ankit Gupta said…
Thanks for posting so nice comments

Will be happy if i see an increase in comments, this tells me abt the opinion of readers...


Good to see them..

Please keep on complaining, COmmenting and suggesting...

Thank u MUKUN, ANKUR , PRATEEK and Samriti
Jai Mata Di

Be Blessed...

Ankit
Ankit Gupta said…
Your comments are there on the first post.. titled Ankit Gupta
Ankit Gupta said…
nice blog and very informative too.just keep blogging and disseminate knowledge, because that is the ultimate objective and also the only mean through which you have more insights to share with and your knowledge repertoire will be much bigger and comprehensive.
efforts commendable
god bless you.

From Ajay Solkhe Sir
PrAT33K said…
The toughest thing about your success is that you've got to keep on being a success.
PrAT33K said…
Flaming enthusiasm, backed up by horse sense and persistence, is the quality that you frequently makes for success.
PrAT33K said…
Flaming enthusiasm, backed up by horse sense and persistence, is the quality that you frequently makes for success.

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