Tribute !

There used to be days when I spent hours watching Cricket. The game was widely played; in many corners of the world. I had the privilege to spend two of my important student years in India and there is where I started to get to know the game. I used to team up with my cousin brothers and we started sharing the same passion. Even after my return, back to my country of origin, I kept playing it. However, I wasn't in the mood to continue it further, just played here and there, purely for fun.

Sachin's personalized digital Signature for GRU

Cricket worships people with stats. And whenever there's a roll call, one name stands out. He is none other than Sachin. He's got enough stats under his belt to be considered one of the greatest cricketers we've ever seen. The name is a respect in itself. And the good thing is, I got to see the genius play, live.


Sports unite. Being a cricket lover at one stage of my life, I tribute this post for the man who dedicated a major tenure for the game. Many countries seem to have progressed much in the field of Cricket these days and yet, there're numerous inspirational knocks that cricket enthusiasts still get inspired from.

Sachin's personalized signature for NEPTOUR

The man is retiring and the ongoing Cricket between India and West Indies is his last. His departure from the International Cricket is sad but like they say, everything's got to end. The end has come, finally. 


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Thank you Sachin.

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The precious WHISPERS !

Moments like this come rare. A country where 'wild' is sort of friendly in places like Chitwan, you get to encounter stuffs like this once in a while. Chitwan National Park is home to friendly ELEPHANTS. Besides, if you manage to become a friend of one of the 'MAHUTS', they let you become friends with their elephants too. It just needs a different approach and some friendly vibes and then you start whispering into 'their' ears.

This is awesome. A very recent trip to Sauraha brought me that amazing opportunity to become a friend to one of the MAHUTS. The Mahut Dai was friendly enough to let me come close and hug his elephant. Even though I was allowed to hug, I spared that chance for next (smiles). The Mahuts, one of the most dedicated people, involve themselves in the upbringing of elephants in Nepal. Our good fortune that we get to meet them, become friends and in return, they let us trespass into their territory to encounter some 'wild' that is always a rare stuff for normal people like us. To tell you the truth, one of my all time favorite thing to do is to be as close to wild and nature as possible. And you all might have guessed by now that this is undoubtedly one of my best moments.

Well, can't describe how glad you feel when you approach them without fear. The elephants in Sauraha are friendly (most of the times :p) but you need to be careful at times too. This boy was friendly enough to let me say, what I wanted to say.

And I whispered, YOU ARE AWESOME : )