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Sunday, April 19, 2009

Life at Hyderbad -2

Summary of My Life: I feel like a rat in a trap of his own.

Inside My Mind:

As I think more and more, the conventional thinking about life, religion, love and country changes drastically. I am now hating the borders and atrocities done by army in the name of patriotism. Life appears to be more nihilistic with time. The world appears to be unchanged and caught eternally between cycle of violence, poverty and war. I don't hate religion but the idea of god seems to be quite funny now. The absoluteness is dissolving in the thin air on viewing the discrimination for physical labor. The society was, is and will be governed by few elite and powerful persons. The moral ambiguity of society norms just pisses me off. Either I want revolution or want to become numb of the surroundings. When I seat inside mall and grab a yummy burger, I feel vindicated by the sight of poor children begging for food. That moment, I hate my existence on the earth. And my lifestyle seems to be hypocrite enough to commit suicide. I am spending huge amount for my taste of food, cloth and style when beside my apartment few people are dying due to lack of food. The guilt feeling overwhelms and suddenly the whole purpose of life as feels worthless.

Outside World:
Hyderbad is like a heaven for wine and biryani lovers.It is horrible place for a vegetarian person. I am fed up now by eating rice only as I have gained 4 kg in 2 month. If with this rate my weight increases without any exercise then i will look like Mohanlal in 2010.

Recently visited Ramakrishna Math and Birla Science Museum and Planetarium. I was overwhelmed by the peace there as all the mental worries sttle down. Remember a song "aakaash bahut uuncha hai, dooor bahut hai taare" from old DD serial Brahmand ki khoj starring 2 children, Ravi and Bhaskar with scientist Jayant narlikar .I think it was shooted here in BM Birla Planetarium in Hyderabad only.The show was running in Telugu hence could not go there.I am planning to go there at English /Hindi timing show timing in future. Adjoining the planetarium is the Birla Since and Arts museum, which comprises of excavated architectural artifacts of the bygone era, interactive science experiments and the arts of different cultures and civilizations.I was really paused for few seconds on watching Kotasaurus Yamanpalliensis, Malachite egg and holy sculpture of Yab Yum (image below) . What a creative day, it was...
Craziest Idea of 2009: I am planning to write a short novel with an element of magic realism in Hindi. Only theme and a central character' name is in the mind, it will take atleast 2 years in making into first rough draft.Wish me luck !!!

8 comments:

  1. *RE* That's because it is the diary of a teenage boy :D

    I also think that music and film should be made more easily available and cheaper. Of course it may be tempting to download films and music, especially since there is nowadays more to choose from than ever and you can't pay for it all. But I still think that those who illegally upload film and music should be punished.


    I wish you good luck on your novel!

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  2. Reading the first paragraph of this write up was like I was reading my own thoughts.

    Good luck.

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  3. hmm
    Hyderabad sucks ... even for the most hardcore non-vegetarians.

    I would love to read a post on your views on religion and God in general.

    And did you say magic realism ... are you a fan of Rushdie and Gabriel Garcia?

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  4. @Jahanpanah,We are all same from deep down inside.Thanks for understanding my feelings.

    @Shunhank,Sorry boss for not replying you on Gtalk.Ok I agree with you that it is not heavean for wine and non veg lover.But it is surely hell for vegetarians. There is no diversity in the food.

    I would like to write more about God and religion but its very complicated topic for me to discuss. I will give a try.I am not big fan of Rushdie or Garcia. I found with my brief knowledge that magic realism is not used in hindi literature.So just giving a rough try...

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  5. i have become veg...inspired by himanshu.... Very truly said...hyd is a hell for veg ppl...n i m experincing the hell...very nice post...very well writtin

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  6. @pranshu.Thanks for the comment.boss welcome to veg club but do not forget to take some animal protein in milk...hahahah just joking..

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  7. All the best , you are an excellent writer.

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  8. @Thanks Samundra for your words.

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