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In my pursuit to finding happiness and living a good life, I share everything I’ve learnt on this blog – from spirituality to health, tech to food, finance to life skills and everything in between.

Every day is a new learning, a new lesson. If we all shared our experiences, how amazing would it be? More you share, higher the possibilities!

And that’s the reason I blog. In the hope that it offers you something useful and make a difference in your life. At least, try.

About 150,000 people visit it every month and I’m glad to have made them my friends today. 🙂

If you liked what you read, please let me know on Facebook or shoot me an email. That would make my day!

Thanks for dropping by. Hope you learned something new.

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Top Indian Celebrities on Twitter with Fake Followers

When celebrities started using Twitter (which was one of its scale strategies btw both in India and US), I saw the whole nation joining Twitter. I would’ve believed all that celebrity crush, but apparently, it looks like at least some of the celebrities are faking it...

The Mahatma Gandhi, They Don’t Teach Us at School About

When we think about Mahatma Gandhi, what comes to our mind is an iconic figure. An image that the world has seen, many times over. That of a smiling, saint like figure with virtues and wisdom in every word spoken. Mahatma is truly an inspiration to a generation, the...

New Google Hummingbird Algorithm test

So, the new Google hummingbird algorithm is out (was, almost one month ago – Resource) and I decided to test it out. Here’s what happened. Apparently, Google can handle complex (more real life kind) search queries more effortlessly. Kinda cool, eh?...

Online Marketing in India will grow to 2938 Crores in 2014

That’s good news indeed. According to the Internet and Mobile Association of India, a recent study of numbers revealed that in 2014, digital media incl. online advertising spend in India will hit up to 2,938 crores by 2014. 2013 has seen a lot of activity compared to...

Why I left Google – Ex-Googler speaks out

To many of us, it is a dream job. Something you aspire for. After all, who doesn’t want to work with the biggest company (everybody knows) today? All those perks, benefits, free time, free food and work culture (that is apparently a case study at other companies) and...

Find new restaurants near you with MyFab5

First off, this is not foursquare, or anything close (it is built off it, though). This thing is much more simpler and easy to use. myfab5 is the best way to recommend and discover fabulous restaurants in your city – that’s about it. Rank up to 5 of your favorite...

Is This The New Budget iPhone 5?

A budget product from Apple? Hmm…that doesn’t sound right. But from what we’ve been hearing for the last couple of months it looks like a strong rumor. Redmond Pie, has revealed more evidence that supports the rumor. An actual budget iPhone 5 is being developed as we...

Did Gmail just add language input tools option?

Just noticed this small little icon near the Gmail settings menu. Its a language input setting toolbox, with three options. English Keyboard, English Dvorak keyboard, and English writing input. Looks like the handwriting input is going to help folks on smartphones and...

The Chromecast Experience

Chromecast is the best gadget investment I’ve made in recent times, hands down! I mean, its the most contributing factor to my entertainment/streaming/living room life today. I love watching HD videos on my 65inch Panasonic Plasma TV. A good part of what I watch are...

Making Google Ads really relevant

No doubt, over the years, Google Ads have become more clever, sophisticated and relevant. Or, that was the intention. “Interest based advertising” sounded something good. When it was first introduced in 2009, it promised that ads were going to get more personal. That...

What Salman Khan don’t want you to blog about

Here's the thing. Blogger writes about Salman Khan. Salman Khan calls the blogger, gets the article removed. Blogger offers apology - says he's been through excruciating time and is taking a break from blogging until he's in the right frame of mind. First when I heard...

Why I support Narendra Modi and why we should

I have been getting more and more worried over the last year or so at the direction (or lack of it) in which our country is headed. It is like a runaway plane falling from the skies and we are plummeting past one alarming indicator after another– inflation, economic...

Surprising Facts about H1B Visas in the USA

H1Bs have been criticized a lot in the US, as affecting employment opportunities for the citizens. But truth is that every year, there are thousands of H1Bs being allowed into the country and many of them hold top positions in many corporations across the country....

Google Plus Comments Plugin for WordPress Released

As we all know, Google+ has a pretty slick commenting system. Actually, it is one of the things on Google+ that I wished was available elsewhere (apart from the amazing UI and numerous features). Recently, Google+ had announced its commenting system for Blogger as an...

Nikon D4 Review: Features & Specifications

The Nikon D4 is a digital SLR camera which is perfect for action or sports photography and is one of the most preferred choices of top professionals today. This model is an up gradation to its earlier launched FX digital SLR camera, the Nikon D3. With a 6400 ISO, low...

A Better Google Reader Alternative: Snackr

So Google Reader is going off in July, and although we have this list of Google Reader alternatives, I found another little “non-intrusive” app that does the job a little bit better. I have about 1500+ feeds on my RSS feed list and going through them all the time...

DecideQuick, Make decisions the social way, the smart way.

I’ve been seeing several instances of this app - DecideQuick on my Facebook feed for quite some time now. Curious, I tried it out and voila – what an useful app! Apps are many. Some fancy, some fun, some useful. DecideQuick falls into the third category. In simple...

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Return To India

This is a project I launched, aimed at helping NRIs thinking of returning to India, to execute the process easy and hassle free with the help of others who’ve already done it. Many NRIs find this project useful and use it on a daily basis. It was also covered extensively by media soon after launch on outlets such as The News Minute, Yahoo, Quint, and DT Next.

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DailySEOblog

DailySEOblog is my very first project I started in 2005, that got me introduced to the world of blogging. On this blog, I shared all my SEO experiences and experiments, that got a lot of attention from the blogging community. It aims to share SEO and online marketing tips and tutorials to aspiring online marketing experts and is read by enthusiasts the world over.

Check it out!