Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Infosys in Mysuru

Infosys has its global training center in Mysuru (formerly called Mysore). Here are some of the photographs of the seven star like facility which I have not seen anywhere in the world. Quite an expensive place I must say but its worth it. Mysuru is a very calm and pleasant city compared to Bengaluru. I enjoyed my stay here and I would love to go back.

Thursday, July 24, 2008


Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Chandragiri Fort

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Pedestal with a bowl...

Normally a pedestal is a firm and solid structure which forms the base especially when it is used for structures like pillars in temples or probably the base of a table or something. I saw this interesting pedestal like structure which had a bowl like thing kept on it. It made me wonder, how could something like this be made of wood and what purpose does it serve other than being just an artistic structure. I guess it might have had a different future when it was being made and later on somewhere something different happened in its course which made this structure end up in the place I visited today and to be there as a display structure instead of its intended purpose. I thought about it for a long time then I thought it was a waste of time thinking about it and just gave up. It looks nice and the person or people who improvised on this damaged structure have quite an imagination I must say. Unfortunately, nobody there seem to know who made this and where did it come from and who could probaly tell more about it. Its kind of sad when the history is lost to time.

Monday, July 21, 2008

Horse riding on the day of marriage!

Different traditions practised by different cultures... My friend Dr.Nikhil riding a horse on the day of his marriage. It's really nice, simply because these things don't happen on a daily basis. Isn't it? I wish Nikhil and his wife a healthy, wealthy and long lasting happy married life.

Sunday, July 20, 2008

Helpline Charitable Trust, Project: VISHWAS

Helpline Charitable Trust, Project: VISHWAS, # 127, Chellam Kutir, 30th Main Road, J.P. Nagar 6th Phase, Bengaluru 78. The phone numbers are as listed in the picture.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Donna Summer

Donna Summer (December 31, 1948) is a singer-songwriter and musician.

She was trained as a gospel singer prior to her introduction in the music industry. She is most notable for her disco hits. Donna Summer is one of the most successful female recording artists of the 1970s and 1980s, and still holds the record for having three consecutive double albums hit #1 on the Billboard charts. She also became the first female artist to have four number-one singles in a twelve-month period. According to her official MySpace page, Summer has sold over 130 million records worldwide.

I love the 1977 hit album I Remember Yesterday. Check out the following videos on




Well, they are just audio files... sorry! but the song and music is fantastic.

Donna Summer - 1977 - I Remember Yesterday
Released in May 1977
Genre: Disco, Pop, Soul, R&B
Length is 35:24
Label: Casablanca
Producer(s): Giorgio Moroder, Pete Bellotte

Track listing:

I Remember Yesterday
Love's Unkind
Back In Love Again
I Remember Yesterday (Reprise)
Black Lady
Take Me
Can't We Just Sit Down (And Talk It Over)
I Feel Love

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Eve Wallpaper

A friend of mine Maria Mathew sent me a wallpaper which I simply could not resist to upload to my blog. I have no idea about who owns the copyrights. The photo is not mine and if required I will remove this post if anybody objects. Check it out:

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Friend or a feind?

Is that a man or a woman? A friend or a feind? Well... that's Swatarupa, my chweet little naughty friend trying out new outfits. She's been blessed with fantastically beautiful eyes that I have ever seen!!

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Tina Meier, 37, holds two pictures of her daughter Megan who committed suicide after receiving cruel messages on Myspace.

To those who ever reading this, kindly read article about cyber bullying... the link is as follows: