Things Kendriya Vidyalaya students will understand!

Kendriya Vidyalaya (KV) is surely India’s largest schooling institution. With more than 40% of Indian students studying from it. Life at KV certainly gives some great lessons which come in handy all the time and for sure it is fun bunking and hanging out in KV’s big campuses while quite unique teachers are busy teaching others a good time maths lessons. Yeah I bunked that, a lot. This post is certainly dedicated to all those crazy, chucklesome, freakish students who got an opportunity or are a part of this pretty big sanghatan!

Mesmerizing things about KV


1. The Uniform!

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Truth be told. the uniform was quite simple and something which you won’t want to be hanging out after school. Though many of us could be easily spotted in it in the evening when we were supposed to directly go for tutions, coaching or simply hanging around with friends. Though KV changed its standard white shirt and blue trouser thing after 2012 when they brought in a pretty colorful but weird uniform. At the end uniforms are supposed to be the sign of equality, which they were doing pretty well

2. The good and flawless Hindi!

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If you are looking to speak to some good Hindi speakers, KV is the place! known to keep up our heritiges, KV produces good quality of speakers in Hindi. Though it is a english medium school, you will still find some pretty bad-ass hindi speakers all around the country. Even if you go south, where Hindi is spoken less you will be amazed to know Hindi in KV’s their is good. All thanx to the defence personalities getting traanfer orders all around the country. Also we have Hindi Pakhwadas to keep up the spirit.


3. Singing songs in all the languages?

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Remember doing that? At some places the day was Wednesday and at some it was Saturday but the song which we sung were from most of the Indian languages. Let it be “Saare jahaan se acha..” in Urdu or “cheluvina muddina makkale” in Kannada. To this day I only know that this Kannada song is a patriotic one but not the meaning of a single word in it. We don’t care about that, we used to sing them.. sing them all and good with all our friends in chorus. I was one of the guy who used to be on stage anchoring the songs (not showing-off). Remember “Bhaarat ka Swarnim gaurav Kendriya Vidyalaya layega…“, he KV song?


4.Celebrating each and every festivals

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If our countrymen want to learn the true definition of secularism, KV is the place to start off with. KV wasn’t a christain missionary which will force all their students towards Christ nor a Madarsa to educate them only Islam. Secularism stands correctly in Kendriya Vidyalaya, all of them. We celebrated each and every festival with equal bliss and tenderness. One will have a pretty hard time finding a student of specific religion by obersving them. You will find a Hindu girl singing Kalaam on Eid, A Muslim Santa Claus, or say a Christain preparing for Ganesha Utsav. Learn from us people. You won’t have to return your awards on the first place.


5. S.T.A.R?

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No, not the STAR labs from the graphic comics “The Flash” but the four houses. S for Shivaji, T for Tagore, A for Ashoka and A for Raman. But if legends are to be believed these represented the North, South, East and west directions, making each one of the STAR coming from each directions. Yeah some of the Kendriya Vidyalaya’s might have different houses like on Madama Curie or Gandhi may be but the real fun was when the inter-houses match took place.


6. Assembly

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This point should have come pretty earlier but yeah, we are KVians we don’t care of the order; only when it comes to early morning assembly. You will find everyone there standing height-wise. “Daya kar daan vidya ka hame parmatma dena…” Starting of day with this divine prayer then the Indian National pledge. Reciting it line by line after a fellow standinf on stage initiates it. The pledge used to take place in Hindi, English and Sanskrit depending on the days. Then came a pretty small act by students on stage and the event being concluded by the national Anthem.


7. Cluster meets

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Undoubtingly, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sanghatan organizes the countries biggest sports event amongst the students. Around 1,148,340 number of students from KV tried their luck in different sports every year to qualify for the CLuseter, then regionals and the final SGFI meets. Students all across the country got chances to visit different places to play their games and those who couldn’t get anywhere used to get holidays as accommodation of students were organised at their schools. Pretty cool both ways!


8. Vacations and holiday homework

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A whooping 50 days in summer and 10 days for Autumn break, during Durga Puja and after final exams used to get over. We KVians enjoy a googd amout of holidays. Yeah, the fact remains we used to get a load of homework for the holidays keeping us somehow busy. Well I never started my homework 2 days before schools reopening. The School used to re-open 10 days after final exams and we used to get our summer vacations in between our next class ie a month after school reopening. The policy was to book students during holidays but I feel that was kind of harsh.

9. Second Saturdays!

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The best thing about KV was the second saturdays. We miss that thing now, don’t we? This was one of the most epic thing. Very few of us know why we have second saturdays right? Here’s the thing,

According to the book of Genesis in the Bible, the world was created in six days and the seventh day (Saturday) was a day of rest and worship. The ancient Egyptians also considered this day a day of rest and play. Saturday is the Sabbath among the Jews and the only day named after a Roman God, Saturn. In support of this historical belief, across cultures, most employers give their workers either a half day or a full holiday on this day. Saturn is the second-largest planet in the solar system and hence second Saturday is a holiday. (Source : Quora).


10. The C.C.A

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Every friday we used to get show case our talents in different co-curricular activities like debate in Hindi or english, singing, crafts, poetry, hand writing, story telling, drama and what not? C.C.A’s used to be some serious hard lessons by teachers other than studies and when you can do anything other than studies it’s cool with the KVians.

11. Teacher’s arrangement sheet

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When one of your teacher misses a class, wasn’t this a big goal? hell yeah it was. An arrangement sheet used to be placed on the bulletin board marking the absent teachers and their replacements for the day. We as a united class used to send a student to check in the sheet and used to celebrate a lot when we had a teacher absent and arranged by a game period. THOSE DAYS!


12. Inspection day

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Who can forget that? a group of officers from different locations coming to our school for inspection (It took me till 8th to memorize that word). On this day everything was clean and fancy. Teachers dressed well, taking an extra effort teaching us. on our parts our notebooks were well covered and uniforms were pretty much clean. Though we were afraid, afraid of not being the one to whom the inspectors ask question. This fear made me skip few inspection days. Well I was a shy chap then.



13. The first crush?

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Be truthful, this was the place where you met your first crush. All those advices from friends in approaching her/him, trying to fake a convo, making a plan with friends “ye meri vaali.. o teri vaali…”. Some of us also might still be with them. This was great. wasn’t it?


14. Ability to adapt

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Being a KVian, one thing is sure, you can adapt with anyone at anyplace. With transfer of most of the parents, students had to change their school every three years or four. These were the tough times, knowing you won’t be able to meet them soon. Social media took time to hit in leaving us disconnected. This as a result also made sure you can adapt at different places as the next person you are going to meet might have same schooling experience as that of yours.

15. Bonding with the teachers!

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Nostalgic by now? We made great bonds with our teachers which sometimes was above family. These were the teachers that used to guide us whenever we needed them the most. Be it saving us from principal or giving us the life lessons. These were the people who were always with us. Cheers to all such great teachers. Do one thing, give a meet to your favourite teacher right now.


Being in Kendriya Vidyalaya is much more than just being educated. It teaches some great life lessons, lessons which you will keep throughout your life. All those drawings, decorating the class rooms with charts, the wrenching Physics practicals, Gigantically big playgrounds, rotation of seats everyday, bunking and hanging out somewhere safe, playing cricket on the basketball court… we certainly did some good deeds and few crazy ones. This is what made us KVians. SO what are you waiting for? grab your phone, call all your friends, plan a reunion and do tell us which KV you are from!


Everything wrong with “A Flying Jatt” ; Tiger Shroff playing a superhero

I was kind of excited after hearing the news of Tiger Shroff playing a superhero. Finally another Indian superhero movie release after Krrish 3 failed to impress.Today (27/10/2015) the first look of the Tiger Shroff starer “A Flying Jatt” was released and my first reaction to the poster was :-


It was kind of weird to digest the fact that a super hero can even look like this. How can they make such a costume? That’s brutally killing even the last piece of hope for superheroes in Indian cinemas. Trust me, even Interstellar’s Cooper wouldn’t have minded staying back near the black hole after watching the poster.



There are some epic fails in this costume of a flying Jatt. Let us break down the epic fails in this movie poster!

1. Too much of religious attributions?


I agree that this superhero is supposedly based on a Jatt character but it does not makes any sense involving a religious symbol as the superheroes symbol. If the past experiences of film and religion are to be considered, we may soon see an outrage by the Punjabi followers for depicting their religious symbol on the chest rather than on the forehead. Plus there are chances of the Flying Jatt getting smashed by Nathan Jones (you read it right. Nathan Jones is the main antagonist of the movie. Mad Max bells ringing? )…. Nathan Jones beating the superhero by attacking him on his chest, which will mean touching the Sikh religious symbol in anger. That is not at all expected. NOT AT ALL!

You might be thinking I may be exaggerating but this is India, if something like this happens there won’t be any surprises. Remember the chaos when Akshay Kumar dawned a turban for the Singh is king franchise?


2. He is too skinny to be a “SUPERHERO” with this costume


Don’t lose up here, this might sound a lame point but let me make you understand how superheroes work :

Not all superheroes are supposed to be toned up but then there is how you represent them. My research says, you have to work hell a lot when designing a costume for the skinny ones. You can’t have attributes like a

  • cape
  • Mask with face wide exposed
  • Loose costume/dress. (Skinny people need tight fittings!)

When the hero is built he can wear what ever he likes. There isn’t any costume which won’t make them look good. On the other hand, if the superhero is skinny, you can’t let him wear what he wishes to there are certain guidelines to follow to make them kickass.

Remember capes are not for the skinny ones nor are the skirt like piece of cloth behind Tiger Shroff’s back.


3.The costume isn’t flying friendly.


The super power which he might have will be flying (duh!). If Krrish has a long jacket doesn’t mean Flying Jatt should have a skirt too. As I mentioned earlier, tight costume would have done the trick but this costume of Tiger has many different kind of fabrics and metals on his body. Which are not at all flying friendly. To fly you need a simple one or two fabric costume.

If this superhero is the one who is going to have powers like jumping from one place to another (like superman) than this costume could make a bit of sense.

4. Wear a proper mask


You can’t dare to leave your face mask crack open. Most of the skinny superheroes have their faces mostly covered, let it be spiderman or deadpool or the Flash. Covered face masks make sense. Try to be a superhero in real sense not a model who is pretending to be a superhero on a Halloween party leaving his face mostly uncovered so that people will recognize him.

We need a good commitment from Indian superheroes. Please over come the Kick kind of mask. Trust me, your identity is not at all safe with this(if you are looking to hide yours).


5. More Halloween friendly please!

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source : hexder

Make a costume which we can dawned on Halloween. This can give you more of the fan support and you won’t have to sell wrist bands of your name to get popular.

The other poster featuring Nathan Jones :-


We also have another superhero movie on our way, to be directed by the magician Anurag Kashyap himself, starring Kunal Kapoor as Doga (Raj Comics).

Although I am pretty excited for the movie and hope the plot-line and acting over comes the flaws in the suit. Costumes can be changed and can be made better in future parts.


Engineering ka Punchnama 2

This post is dedicated to all those frustrated engineering students!

Problem kya hai?

Problem ye hai ki mai engineering kar raha hu..aur kya problem hai..problem ye hai ki engineering student ki life me koi prob na ho to ye university walon ki sabse badi problem hai..!!

Basically har student ki life me ek time aata hai jab usko apni life me kuch adventure krne ka mann krta hai and issi chakkar me wo engineering join kartey hai….

University me sabko pass bhi nahi karate.Aur galti se aap semester pass karke aage badh bhi gye to yeh log naye naye tareeke le aate h maarne ke !

Sala ek subject ke liye mushkil se theory rato to pata chalta hai ki question paper main sare numericals aagaye…abey jab numericals hi dene the paper mein to humse itna ratwaya kyu? .

passing marks hi dene the tumhe toh..itni ghis te to nahi humari kam se kam….

Aur inn sab k baad bhi coordinator ka mann nahi bharta beech beech me saala mazze lene k liye naye naye siyape karwata rehta hai….

kabhi presentation ,kabhi project nd uske upar kabhi quiz aur viva….

Abey chaar saal me itni baar sessionals lete h ki sala apna roll no. to kya ,apni puri batch ka bhi roll no. tak yaad ho jata hai !

Aur inn sab k baad bhi sabse bada syapa summer training!!

Sala aadhi zindagi to semester pass krne me lag jati h aur baaki sessional dene mein !!

Galti se koi company mil jaye to interviewer maarna nahi chodta..!

Engineering kyu choose ki?
Itne back kyu hai ..?
Jawab do..soch kya rahe ho??

Abey ye soch rha hu ki kis ghadi me mene engineering join ki??

Calculator laga lu dimag me??

I’m telling u,a happy engineer is a myth!!

Tujhe kya lagta h ki ghr walo ko pta nhe tha ki engineering krke ldke ke zindgi kharaab ho jaige, nhe unhe pta tha…!!! Wo to tarike nikal rhe the ki shadi tak apne ladke ko virgin kaise rkhe..!! DU or IP mein bhej nhi skte the to engineering mein daal dia apne ladko ko…!! Aaj tak duniya mazaak bnate h engineering community ka gay gay bolkar..!!

SOURCE : The Frustrated Engineer!

Your favorite KFC, McD or such might KILL YOU – Says WHO


This post is not to scare you, this is to alert you about the consequences of eating packed or processed meats. You heard it right, your favorite fast food chain restaurants like KFC, Subway, McDonald’s not only hurt you pocket but they damage your health in a far more dangerous manner.

A recent study conducted by the World Health Organisation (WHO) concluded that eating processed and preserved meat can cause cancer and the consequences of such food is equivalent of the hazards of smoking. You read it right, meat is as much as dangerous as smoking. The research enunciated that such meats can cause you the same 23 kinds of cancer which are aftermath of smoking too. These deadly list of cancers include : breast cancer, lung cancer, skin cancer, throat cancer, bone cancer, stomach cancer, tongue, mouth, nose, nasal sinus, voice box, oesophagus pancreas, liver, kidney, bladder, ureter, bowel, cervix, ovary and the bone marrow.

Credit : collective-evaluation

The main reason behind this deadly face of meat is the way it is preserved. All kinds of meats including pork, beef, lamb, fish or chickens are preserved using Sodium Nitrate (NaNO3) which helps in preserving the red color of the meat and keeps it fresh. The game changes when such meat is heated before serving. The NaNO3 coat on the outside of the red part of the meat reacts and forms a poisonous coating resulting in the formation of cancer cells in the consumers body.

The other manner of preservation involves use of salt which is equally harmful when they are heated and causes the same result as that of NaNo3.

World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) kept on warning the consequences of the same from past few years and was working on gathering proper proof to come up with against the consumption of red meat. Now that this research has been advocated by WHO we will soon be seeing the results. The WHO is planning to submit an official report this Monday (26th Oct 2015) to warn against consumption of such.


The likely consequences might be warning the consumers of such products by printing a statutory warning on all such packages of raw packed meat or of that serving in such restaurants. This means we could see a cigarette box like warnings on our KFC or Subway food packs.

In Indian Mythology, preserved foods were not entertained ever because the probable harm was well known. It is just matter of time the modern world is on a verge to accept this “myth” now. It is for our own good, share this post making all your friends and family members understand the consequences of such food items.


We might not have saved Constantine when we tried but there is little bit of good news if we want some kind of resolution to what was happening on season one. We are going to see that, thanks to CW. The TV Series might be gone, but he’s returning for guest appearance in arrow season 4. MATT RYAN REPRISES HIS ROLE AS JOHN CONSTANTINE ON ARROW. The CW has announced that he will be appearing in episode 5 called “Haunted”, even though the details are being kept quiet. The director says the episode will feature a chracter’s resurrection. (Now we all know who that might be.) When things take a turn for the worse with Sara (guest star Caity Lotz), Oliver (Stephen Amell) calls in a favor from an old friend who deals in the mystical, John Constantine (guest star Matt Ryan). Now it sounds pretty damn awesome, as it has been officially confirmed.


Obviously they have to go through a lot of hoops and jumbled hurdles to get an NBC character on CW but clearly they work the sound it. “They moved heaven and Earth to get me here,” Ryan told TV Guide. “I was starting rehearsals for a play with Keira Knightley in New York on the first of September. And originally, where the episode sat in the season, I wouldn’t have been able to do it because of my schedule. But everybody just pulled together and moved some things around and really made it work.” This means that the DC TV universe is going to mess around with the magic John Constantine. Maybe who knows, this can be converted to The Flash also, and when that happens, The Flash is going to take it to the whole new level. This can be an indication that we might probably see Supergirl crossover too.


John Badham directed the episode written by Brian Ford Sullivan & Oscar Balderrama.

How Gambhir payed tribute to Virender Shewag’s career!

Arguably the opening partnership of Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir was the most lethal of them all. Sehwag being a smash-buckler, hard hitter batsman and on the other hand Gambir being calm and sane minded. Both were opposite to one another but their bonding was much more than just an opener. They were brother from different mother. Recently, Sehwag left the whole cricketing world in a shock after declaring his retirement from international and Premiere league cricket. This is what his partner Gambhir had to share on Social networking website cherishing all the good times they played together.

The best partnership

Rating the best partnership between him and Viru, Gambhir selected the India versus South Africa match at Centurion, Dec 16-20, 2010.

“We were 136 all out in first innings and we had a nearly 170-odd stand in the second innings. We tackled Steyn and Morkel really well. There would be times I could tell him to face a particular bowler as I took on the other,”


Though India lost this match against south Africa by an innings and 25 runs.


On their opposite mindset

“People make a mistake thinking that two people with identical mindset gel well. For us it was the case of two different people understanding each other. It helped our game also. We came close during the 2007 World T20. Virender Sehwag had then just made a comeback after being dropped for England tour. We both were trying to settle down. We helped each other a lot and thus grew a bond. I got a friend and a brother.”



On Sehwag’s self belief

“Look most of ordinary mortals have self doubts when they face crisis but Virender Sehwag never felt that he needed to change anything. Trust me it’s not easy for anybody and everybody in today’s world where there is such intense media scrutiny. Till his last day in competitive cricket, he stuck to his self belief.”



Sehwag and Gambir were a gem partnership. It is sad that we won’t be able to see them open an innings together for Team India.

What makes Nagpur awesome!

The first thing coming in mind when you hear the word “Nagpur” is santre (oranges). This is a common tendency to link a place with its famous food item. But trust me, Nagpur is much more than the Santres. Nagpur not only gives Santres or Haldirams it has also given Maharashtra state its Chief Minister, Devendra Fadnavis. If u are a Nagpuri then you should be familiar with these places and take a walk down your memory lane to relive your visits there. For all non-Nagpuri, read this and make sure to enjoy these when you visit Nagpur ahead in future.

1)Ganesh Tekdi Mandir

It is one of the famous temple in Nagpur .The temple is believe to be 250 year old .It is located at station road and this temple devotes Lord Ganesh It is a must place to visit . The place where most of the wish come true .The Lord is said to be sef-existent . It is said that the idol was not so big but it grew with the passage of time .


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2)Zero mile

Zero mile is also known as center of India .It was built by Britishers , who used this point to calculate the distance of various places. The zero mile consists of four horses and a pillar made of sand stone .



3) Japanese garden

Japanese garden is most popular place for the morning and evening walkers . The major attraction here is red and yellow roses . This garden is full of refreshing air sighting of greenery and it is home for various species of Birds . It is the peaceful place to sit and enjoy .

Japanese Garden,Nagpur



4) Traffic park

Traffic park or Children’s park , is a good place to visit at evening hours .For the grown ups not much thing to enjoy in the park but it is the one of the favorite place for children . If you are entering in the park with your gf/bf then make sure you should not do anything even you cannot sit too close because the guard is too strict he will through you out . Out side the park it has street food . Pani puri ,bhel is delicious and if you are with your group, it is then one of the best places to hangout at and if you visit as a single then you may find some interesting and beautiful faces . On the other side of the road their are sitting arrangement to sit and gossip .


5) When in Nagpur, try local “Tari Poha”

you all know poha is one of the famous breakfast here in Maharashtra and is making the whole country wanting it more and more. But when it comes to Nagpur we have a different taste. Poha with channa ( chickpea ) and tomato we just love to eat it. In Nagpur we have a special kind of breakfast called “Tari poha” . Weather you are on a morning walk or on a night out “Tari poha” is the best meal you can find out in city as it is available 24*7 you just need to find out where. I remember some of the pohe vala , when I used to hang out with friends 1’O clock at night and when we are hungry , we have just one thought “POHA” , Ramdaspeth ki tapri(underline) . Another I remember is Ravi Nagar, aunty ka poha (Under line)one of the most famous in hostalites of Ravi nagar which starts at 4.00 am and Kasturjan park ka poha(Underline).



6) walkers Street

The walkers street or the Joggers Park . It’s not any park it is a clean road covered with many trees . A place where most of the people come to walk in the morning . A place where you inhale clean air . For most of the people it is a meeting point . If you live in Nagpur then it must be a common for you that your friend calls you and says “Walkers pe milke decide krte“. If you like hanging out at night with friends , then walkers might be one of the best place to visit .A complete silence during night add up some extra effects to your nightout .



7) Futala lake

“Futala” one of the best place to hangout during morning and evening , because in the afternoon the sun will burn you .If you are with a group of friends and want to spend some time , celebrate birthday or enjoy some lonely time then the lake is just perfect . You can sit on the walls and enjoy the view . But make sure it is a lovers point too , you might end up disturbing some love birds . Sometimes it is not a good place to visit with your family . But opposite to the futala , their are some restaurants with rooftops you can go their and make a happy moment.
Night time is not good to visit as you may find some alcoholic sitting out their .



8) Telankhedi Temple

Telankhedi Hanuman Temple is a famous temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman . If you make a visit to the temple then you should try samosas of telankhedi it serves one of the best samosas in Nagpur . It has a variety of samosa just like paratha , plane samosa , dahi samosa chole samosa and many more .The most interesting thing is this place is the nearest to some of the famous places like futala lake , telankhedi garden and botanical garden . Telankhedi and Botanical garden are not famous for gardens but are famous for not disturbing the love birds .



400 years old Shiv temple,Nagpur

9) Buldi

Buldi or Burdi is fashion street of Nagpur or a market . It is one of the most crowded place in Nagpur.If you are in Nagpur then you must visit buldi . A place where you can find almost everything . If you are visiting on holidays like saturday or sunday evening then make sure not to take your vehicles in the market because once you have entered then you might feel like a battle field , getting out may be a tough job .


10) Haldiram’s

Haldiram is one of the famous place . The restaurant serves delicious food and with low price . The ambiance is good . If you are a pure vegetarian then you must go their , best place to go with your family .Meal I like the most is chole bhature . Haldiram is not only famous for its restaurant but also for sweets and snacks . Another thing I like is “Softy”, “Haldiram ki softy”. A simple but very tasty .


11) Ambazari lake

Another lake to hangout with friends is Ambazari lake. This is not as much crowded as fulalta , because neither restaurant nor any proper sitting arrangement . But you can find too many couples hanging out their . Do not dare to enter this place with family . It is said that this place is not good during night . The place is not safe during the night and it has many horror stories.


Nagpur is a unique place, the most peaceful region in whole Maharashtra. It also has India’s oldest and strongest organisation RSS’s headquarter. We might not have much of big branded chained restos like McD or KFC or Starbucks but we have Shankar nagar ki tapri. Mast Nagpur!


Why is sleeping child in the hands of beggars? Have you ever wondered …

Near the metro station sits a woman of uncertain age. Women’s hair is confused and dirty, her head bowed in grief. The woman sits on the dirty floor and next to her lies a bag. In that bag people throw money. On the hands of a woman, asleep, is a two year old baby. He’s in a dirty hat and dirty clothes.

“Madonna with baby” – numerous passers-by will donate money. The people of our kind- we always feel sorry for less fortunate. We are ready to give unfortunate people the last shirt, the last penny out of your pocket and never think another issue. Helping, seems like. “Good job done”… I walked past a beggar for a month. Did not give any money,
as I knew that this is a gang operated scam and money collected by the beggar will be given to whoever controls
beggars in the area. Those people own numerous luxury properties and cars.

Oh and beggar also gets something, of course “ A bottle of vodka in the evening and a döner kebab”. A month later, walking past the beggars, as shock, it suddenly hit me…. I’m staying at a busy crossing, stared at the baby, dressed as always- dirty track suit. I realized that it seemed “wrong”, finding a child in a dirty underground station from morning to evening. The baby slept. Never sobbed or screamed, always asleep, burying his face in the knee of a woman who was his MUM.

Do any of you, dear readers, have children? Remember how often they slept at the age of 1-2-3 years? Hour two, maximum three (not consecutive) afternoon nap, and again – movement. For the whole month, every day of my walking in the underground, I’ve never seen a child awake! I looked at the tiny little man, with his face buried in the knee of his mother, then at the beggar, and my suspicion was gradually formed. – Why he sleeps all the time? I asked, staring at the baby.
The beggar pretended not to hear me. She lowered her eyes and hid her face in the collar of her shabby jacket. I repeated the
question. The woman again looked up. She looked somewhere behind my back, tired with utter irritation. Her look was similar to the creatures from a different planet.
-F **k off … her lips murmured.
-Why is he asleep?! I almost cried …

Behind me someone put his hand on my shoulder. I looked back. A some old man was looking at me disapprovingly:
– What do you want from her? Can’t you see how hard she’s got it in her life… Eh … He gets some coins from his pocket and throws them in the beggar’s bag. Beggar made a hand wave of a cross, portraying the face of humility and universal
grief. The guy removed his hand from my shoulder and strolled out of the underground station. I bet, at home, he will tell how he defended poor, distraught woman from a soulless man in a tube station. Next day I called a friend. It was a funny man with eyes like olives Romanian nationality. He only managed to complete three and a half years of education. The complete lack of education does not prevent him from moving around the City streets on very expensive foreign cars and live in a “small” house with countless number of windows and balconies. From my friend I managed to find out that this business, despite the apparent spontaneity, clearly organized. Its supervised by begging organized crime rings. The children used are in “rent” from families of alcoholics, or simply stolen.


I needed to get the answer to the question – why is the baby sleeping? And I received it. My friend Gypsy said the phrase,
completely ordinary with calm voice that twisted me in shock, just like he was talking about weather report:
-They are on heroin, or vodka …
I was dumbfounded. “Who is on heroin? Whom – under vodka?! ”
He answered
-The Child, so he doesn’t scream. The women will be sitting whole day with him, imagine how he might get bored?
In order to make the baby slept the whole day, it pumped up with vodka or drugs. Of course, children’s bodies are not able
to cope with such a shock. And children often die. The most terrible thing – sometimes children die during the “working day”. And imaginary mother must hold another dead child on her hands until the evening. These are the rules. And the by passers-by will throw some money in the bag, and believe that they are moral. Helping “mother alone”.

The next day I was walking near the same underground station. I stocked up journalistic identity, and was ready for a
serious conversation. But the conversation didn’t work out. But turned out the following …
A woman was sitting on the floor and in her hands she was holding a child. I asked her a question about the documents
on the child, and, most importantly, where was yesterday’s kid, which she simply ignored. My questions were not ignored by passers-by. I was told that I was out of my mind screaming at poor beggar with a child. All in all, I was escorted out of the tube station in disgrace. One thing remained was to call the police. When police arrived, beggar with the baby disappeared. I stood with a full sense of – “I’m trying to fight windmills”.

When you see in the subway, on the street whether women with children, begging, think before your hand climb for money. Think about that, if it wasn’t for your hundreds of thousands of handouts, the business like this would have died. The business would die and not the children-inflated with vodka or drugs. Do not look at the sleeping child with affection. See
horror… Since you’re reading this article, you know now- why the child is sleeping in beggars hands.

The author of this post is unknown. We found this article floating on the internet/social media and thought we all should have the knowledge of how to deal with beggars. The answer is not money, it never should be money.

Clash of Clans : TH8 3 Golem PART – 2 [with Balloons]

GoWiPe not winning you 3 stars in Clash of Clans? Worry not, we bring you the second edition of attack using “3 Golems for TH8 with Wizards and backdoor Balloons”. In case you missed the first video of this kind involving Hogs and 3 Golems, do visit Golem Wizard and Hogs : TH8

Army Composition: 3 Golems (lvl 2) , 16 Wizards (lvl 5), 8 WallBreakers (lvl 5), 6 Balloons (lvl 5), 6 Max Wizards in CC, Barb King (lvl 10) .Spells: 3 Heal and 1 Poison.

For any queries and attack style feel free to leave a reply.Keep following, we will be back with more attacks to get you 3 stars.