Friday, September 6, 2013

It was really sad that coward Talibans killed unarmed Bengali writer Sushmita Bnerjee in Afgnishtan, but in our own country these Panchayats are regularly giving verdicts for honour killings, rape and inhuman verdicts like these. They are no superior than cruel Talibans and must be punished strictly as examples.

http://ibnlive.in.com/news/panchayat-orders-minor-rape-survivor-to-marry-accuseds-8yearold-son/419806-3-239.html
"The best way to not regret for a lost thing is to stop looking for it!" ... Ahirjoy Biswas [1980 - 20??]

Saturday, June 1, 2013


Review of Shiva Trilogy by Amish Tripathi: ---------------------------------------------------- Finished reading all three books of Amish Tripathi's Shiva Trilogy. They are simply Outstanding! Truely Amish deserves the comparison with Paulo Cohello. His storytelling skills mixed with his immense knowledge on Indian mythology and Hinduism created nothing but magic. The trilogy is about how an ordinary Tribal lead (Shiva) from Tibet became the God Neelkanth/Mahadev by his Karma. The story revolves around defeating evils but just like a great writer Amish has revealed the suspense in the second part only that actual evil is not the tribal Nagas, but it is the once good "Somras" which was creating disaster in the form of contamination. The first part was excellent in depicting few outstanding characters - Sati - Shiva's love and a woman with highest dignity and courage, Parveteswar - the noble general of Meluha, Ayurvati - the Mewluhan chief doctor, Shiva himself. Second part is where we came to know Ganesh and Kali and Kartik was born, it was shocking to know that though Kali and Ganesh was Sati's own relatives, they were shunned by selfish emperor Daksha for their deformities. Last part is the final battle fought by Shiva's alliance (Vasudevs, Baishali, Naga) with mightly Meluhan and Ayodhyan forces masterminded by Lord Bhrigu. Some terrible conspiracies unfolded and tragic deaths met our paths but afterall it was the win of the Mahadev. However I didn't like the ending though, Shiva's anger over Sati's tragic death compelled him to destroy entire city of Devagiri with Pashupat Astra (modern nuclear fusion bomb!) was too harsh to me. But overall it was too good of a series. Har Har Mahadev! Jai Sri Ram! ... Review by Ahirjoy Biswas [1980 - 20??]

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Stress Management

My article on Stress Management - "Stress Management,Secrets From Indian Philosophy" http://www.scribd.com/doc/60186036/Stress-Management-Secrets-From-Indian-Philosophy

Monday, December 26, 2011

My Quotes!!

"How many mistakes God makes for every 1000000 decisions? Looking at the suffering of many good people it seems more than 3. That's why according to the quality vocabulary I think HE is NOT SIX SIGMA Compliant and process improvement measurement in heaven is need of the hour in this Christmas!! " ... Ahirjoy Biswas [1980 - 20??] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "Whenever you feel shy to do something which you like from your heart thinking about what others will say, just remember in 100 years you and all your 1000 observers will be dead! So let's do what matters most to YOU.. live every moment while you are not dead!!" ... Ahirjoy Biswas [1980 - 20??] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "Why somebody wish to live for 100 years to enjoy life when he can enjoy 100 lives in every moment? " .. Ahirjoy Biswas [1980 - 20??] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Sunday, December 18, 2011

The Wonder Years..

The best and most nostalgic TV series (1988-1993, US) I have ever seen. Kevin, Winnie still make me cry, sad and happy. We really miss this kind of series now a days. Truely evergreen!!! Few related links, en.wikiquote.org/wiki/The_Wonder_Years www.progressiveboink.com/archive/wonderyears.htm http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/celebritology/post/wonder-years-is-on-netflix-here-are-five-of-the-weepiest-episodes/2011/10/03/gIQAyiblIL_blog.html

During the Journey of My Life, Career Choice was so Confusing!!

Very true! When I look back at my life, it is really amusing to see how many options I had opted, but the good thing was, each path had its own reward. 1. GATE - For higher technical studies 2. DRDO - Was selected in written test and appeared for 1.5 hour interview in B'lore 3. GMAT - Got interview calls from IIMB and XLRI for 1 Year courses, was even selected in XLRI but could not take brave decision which clould have been transformed waitlisted 23 - to final list. However, the destiny was for IT and so I am here today :-),