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Vegetable Soup For The LIttle Heart : The Delhi Metro

A young lady was sitting just in front of me. Infact, it would be more appropriate to say I was standing in front of her. It was a sunny Saturday just like another normal Saturday in Delhi Metros. With all the rush around. I also hurriedly rushed into the yellow line metro at the Kashmere Gate Metro Station. It was my good fortune that I found myself standing right in front of this lady. She seemed to be of my age putting on a girly light pink T-Shirt and a jean and she was looking really cute and classy in a simple and gentle way.

Before going any further along with my story, I just want to let my readers know that I had never had a wrong inclination towards her, and it is just another incident of my observation. But, she was pretty.

The computerized voice came in - " The next station is Chowri Bazaar, stand clear off the door." People inside were pushing trying to make their way towards the door and as the train stopped, I could see the huge rush on the other side of the door. Just as the door opened, the rush on the other side of the door was trying to get inside and the rush inside was trying to get outside. I wonder when will We the Indians learn not to use our Physical strength on everything. The door was closed somehow and the people inside got a little more stabled, but I found myself two yards away from the place where I remembered I was standing. I guessed it was not me but the classical Indian tradition of making their way pushing the others. Anyway, that's not my concern. In my place I could see an old couple with two little kids trying to balance themselves. The kids were so young that their body in not well co-ordinated to their mind to balance themselves and were just about to fell off their feet as the metro train gained velocity and momentum. Just at the perfect moment SHE lend off both her hands to support the kids and the kids were in the safe hands now. She picked both of them on her laps and made herself comfortable with the extra weight. The kids were shabbily dressed and dark but she didn't mind letting them sit on her laps. She was supporting them with both her arms and playing with the Kids' cheeks with both her hands. I could see the sparkling smile.

As usual, I found myself smiling and had to look around to see if other people were looking at me and my smile. Otherwise, they would be thinking something out of normal about me which I am not. The next station came and she made her way offering the seat to the old woman and as she moved out she gave the kids an little smile. She got off the train taking along with her a pile of passengers, offering me some more free space where I could find some more air to breathe in.

As I reached Rajiv Chowk I got a seat to sit. I took out my newly bought diary and wrote "Vegetable Soup For The Little Heart". As I recalled her She was looking even more beautiful. And this first soup is for HER.

A word of Gratitude

It's been quite long since I've written anything on my blog. I've been pretty much occupied with important orks. Hope my readers will get back to the blog soon.

Thank you and visit again. Your time in my blog is very much precious to me and highly valued.

Travel India : Nainital

Nestled in the Uttaranchal Himalayas, Nainital is one of northern India's oldest hill resorts- a pretty lake town and Kumaon's largest settlement. A convenient getaway from the plains of northern India, this is a picturesque little town, centred around a limpid blue lake and replete with enchanting colonial buildings, winding pathways and some of the most exquisite views you'll see of the Kumaon hills.The Naini Tal or lake, shaped like the eye (`nain') from which it draws its name, is the focal point of the town. Surrounded by seven hills known as the Saptshring, the lake is a hot favourite with boaters.

On the shores of the lake are many of Nainital's most interesting sights, like the Temple of Naina Devi, the presiding deity of the town; the colonial-era Church of St John in the Wilderness, and the nearby Secretariat building, designed by the same architect who planned the grand Mumbai Central and Victoria Terminus stations in Mumbai.
As in almost every other Raj-era hillstation, here too there's a Mall, where the town's many shops are concentrated. Visitors can take a ropeway from the Mall to the peak known asSnowview- a great place for a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside. If you're in an adventurous mood, you could trudge along further, to Naina Peak, also known for its stunning views. The State Observatory and the Hanuman Garhi temple, off the road to Haldwani, also rank high up on the list of must-visit places, as does Dorothy's Seat, named for an unfortunate British lady who died at the spot in an accident; and Land's End, near the lake. Those wishing to wander further afield can make tracks for the gorgeous Sat Tal- the seven lakes which lie just about 21 km from Nainital; or for Bhimtal and Naukuchiyatal, both lovely and good for picnics or boating. 

Nainital awaits. Cool, pleasant, and with loads of opportunities for enjoying yourself, for unwinding and for cooling off.

Getting to Nainital
The nearest airport is at Pantnagar, 72 kms from Nainital, and with connecting bus services and private taxis to Nainital. The closest railhead is at Kathgodam, 40 km south, and with links to Agra, Bareilly, Lucknow and Delhi. From Kathgodam you can take a hired taxi or bus to Nainital. Two main highways come in to Nainital, one to the south at Tallital (which receives traffic from the plains) and the other to the head of the lake at Mallital (where traffic from Ramnagar and the Corbett National Park arrives). Buses ply regularly between Nainital and major northern cities, including Delhi.

Best time to visit Nainital
The best seasons to visit Nainital are from March till June and again in September-October; an Autumn Festival is organised at Nainital in October. In May and June the town usually gets very crowded due to the rush of tourists escaping the hot summer of the plains. 

Accommodation in Nainital
Nainital has a host of expensive hotels as well as middle rung and budget accommodation. Rates during the peak tourist season (May to July) are usually very high; at other times it is possible to get hefty discounts. Most of the upmarket hotels are situated around Mallital on the northern edge of the lake, while budget rooms are available around Tallital, towards the southern side. There are also touristrest houses run by the state tourist board.

A Lesson To Become A Better Person

This is about an incident not so uncommon to all of us. Almost everybody, everyone must have gone through this, must have seen this, must have lived with this and may die with it without giving a thought over this. I am not a social worker, neither am rich nor can do much for those poors poorer than me. But, I have this feeling in me that I should have done more for them, atleast upto what I could have done.

In that compartment of the sleeper class there were 14 of them, a mother, a father and a very old woman with thick glasses on a broken frame with their family of 11 childern with 9 girls. All of them within the range of 7 to 8 years, most of which seemed to have a gap of only few months . They were shifthing home from Delhi to Guahati, Assam. The compartment was full with their things wrapped in the torned cement bags. The colour of the dresses the children were wearing was hard to make out as they were really dirty. Most of them were almost black as it seems to me but, I knew it was not the original colour. It was not a healthy environment there and I am sure anyone would not want to have a journey with them for a whole night and a whole day. Me and my friend never even bother to come down from our top decks, we were there for almost half of our journey. I kept on looking at those children. I saw a lot of things about them during that journey and tried to imagine how their lives would have been, what would become of those children. 

I had a brief conversation with the eldermost son, the ninth child of the family. He was Bapan and his mother called him Bappu with much care. He told that he was the only one in his family to go to school and was recalling some other stories. He was so frank as if he knew me well from before. At a station somewhere, the train stop for a minute. There we saw some men cleaning the mess that the passengers made. Bappu pointed his finger at a man with a broom among the men and said "My father used to do that, but he doesn't get much money". Then, he pointed at a man in the same group with a little better dress with an old shabby black coat that appeared to be brown. He then said "My uncle has the same coat, and he has a lot of money". I don't know what induced him to utter these words all of a sudden, but, I could see the difference in his eyes when he told me. Just after that insant I saw a woman with a baby in her laps sweeping the compartment floor. After she had finished she came back asking for a little favour for her service. Some gave a rupee and some two. The child took out the 5 rupees note that I gave him to buy sweets and handed it over to the woman and ask her to return a rupee. The woman returned two coins of one rupee, smiled a little, put her hand over the head of Bappu and then she left.

I felt ashamed of myself. Instantly I felt far below my level. The small kid taught me humanity. How to help someone in need ?  

I believe I can be a better person.

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Which iPod ?

The very impressive Apple iPod lineup has dominated the digital music player market ever since the first iPod hit the streets in 2001. And that lead continues as Apple keeps on adding more impressive features and storage space to their iPod models while maintaining the thin and sleek look. And if you are planning to purchase an iPod and not able to decide among the various iPod models like Shuffle, Nano, Classic or the new iPod Touch,   then follow up the iPod Buying guide that compares all the new iPod models to help you pick the best iPod for your needs.


The iPod shuffle is ideal when you want to gift someone an iPod but do not have a big budget. The shuffle is small and wearable so you can easily clip it to your sleeve or the coin pocket of your trousers - a perfect choice for joggers or people who frequent the gym. With 1GB of storage, iPod shuffle weighs just around 15g. iPod Shuffle Specifications.

The new iPod Nano, one of the best sellers, can now play video on their 2” colored screen in addition to photo slideshows and music. With the recent update, Nano models have become slightly shorter and wider. The Cover Flow feature lets you flip through your music album covers visually through the Click Wheel. Nano is available in 4GB and 8GB models and weighs around 50g. iPod Nano specification.

iPod Classic is much like the iPod Nano except for the storage size – Classic comes in 80GB and 160GB variants enough to store even your full length high resolution DVD movies. The screen size is slightly bigger at 2.5” but they weigh around 150g which is like 3x that of a Nano. iPod Classic specification.

The new and very gorgeous iPod Touch with a large 3.5” display and touch screen QWERTY keyboard, this is the most innovative iPod ever. The inbuilt Wi-Fi and Safari Browser in iPod Touch lets you surf the web in any hotspot. iPod Touch specification.

With so many choices, which iPod would you now go for? The solution is simple. Log on to the SHOPWIKI and check out for the specifications you want to have on your iPod.