Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Trip to GOA

It is a 3 Nights and 4 Days trip to GOA around Christmas '2008 i.e December 24- December 28. It is one of the most memorable trip of my life.
I went on this trip with my college friends and we were 14 friends. All of us have gathered from different places(6 from Hyd, 7 from B'lore and 1 from Mumbai). This trip to GOA was actually a much awaited one but very difficult as there were much chances of the trip getting canceled 'coz of terrorist threats in GOA but despite all these we all decided to go to GOA and we reached GOA on the day of Christmas the most happening place in India

Day 1:
We rented a Bunglow very near to Calangute Beach (~200 Mts). We were very happy seeing the GOA lifestyle and we all just wanted to enjoy all 4 days. The first place we visited in GOA was "Calangute Beach" and it is known as one of the most popular beaches in GOA. After reaching the beach, we just jumped in water and enjoyed the sea to the fullest. I was seeing the sea for the first time and same was the case with some other friends so we had gone crazy in sea.
We enjoyed number of water sports like "Water Bike", "Banana ride" and they were just rocking. We just went crazy on the sea and all of us enjoyed it a lot. Then we had a session of Beverages and that continued continuously for 4 days. We returned home and went for a little shopping for the Christmas eve. After dinner, we enjoyed the Christmas night also on the "Calungaute Beach" only. I don't remember exactly but I think we returned at around 4 in morning from the beach enjoyed to the fullest.

Day 2:
Second day morning, we got the bikes as per one's wish. We got 7 bikes. My partner was Tushar, and we decided to take "Royal Enfield". Enfield is too good a bike, I will say a Manly bike. Few groups took Avenger and rest take Pulsar. We started for "Fort Aguada". This fort is so called the fort shown in "Dil Chahta Hai", the only reason people visit it but I am not sure how credible it is. Well the fort was good and we had a big Photo session over there. The fort is adjacent to a sea and it looks awesome seeing the sea from the fort. In all going to fort was very good experience. After fort we all decided to go to "Anjuna beach". We all started towards "Anjuna beach". In the mid way, we saw number of foreigners driving bike without T-Shirt and vest. We also went crazy and followed them. I will say this was one of the most craziest thing I had done in my life. We reached "Anjuna beach" and it is actually a rocky violent beach, not as calm as "Calangute Beach". We had bath and a number of crazy things not worth mentioning here but i think Tushar, Vaibhav and Vishal would never forget that. Me and Vaibhav started it..:-). After that whole session of beverages and we spent the whole night on "Anjuna beach". At around 10 we reached Curilies on "Anjuna beach" and it is the place I think everybody should go in Goa. We enjoyed the whole night and returned home very late night. We also forgot the way back to Hotel but it was all good. Goa is an ultimate place where you are allowed to do anything anywhere, anytime and police will just see you but won't ask you anything except for a driving license when you are driving. Goa rocks!!!!.

Day 3:
Finally third day started and people decided that we all will go for "Cruise Ride" in south Goa. We got the tickets booked. Then everybody moved out in different groups whereever one wants. We again reached "Calangute Beach" and played a lot in water. We played football in water, on sand beach though very tiring. It was me, Vaibhav, Tushar and Vishal. The weather was good. I was again in mood of going for a ride of "Water Bike". I took a water bike ride once again and that person suggested us to go for a "Banana Ride". We were exactly not sure Banana ride actualy means. He said we will go on Banana to the middle of the sea and he will give us two churns of banana in sea. We all started and wear Life Jackets. The ride started and we were in the middle of the sea when they said shall they give us the first churn in sea. We all said yes and he turned the banana. We were not knowing that we have to leave the banana. I and Vishal saw vaibhav and Tushar lose control and they left the Banana and were in deep sea. Me and Vishal were thinking we have only one Life Guard and four people to save, so whom he will save. The priority each person will get will decrease so we continued holding it tightly and the Boat driver increased the speed so that we leave the Banana.We were cursing our fate and thinking why we agreed to take this ride. But all was destined. Finally we also, thinking it to be destiny, left our hands and were in deep sea asking for help to save us. Soon we learnt that the Life Jackets we were wearing were very effective and will save us. We started enjoying sea and we just tried to move about a little with the waves and really enjoyed it. Then after 5 minutes or so, the Life Guard started pulling us out of water and we were again on Banana. We really enjoyed it a lot but really silly on me and Vishal. We came out of the sea saying that this is the awesome ride we had, rest all were just waste fo money and time. I suggest everybody who want to enjoy in Sea, should go for Banana ride. Then after having some beverages we left for Hotel so that we can join other friends on the Paradise Cruise.
We started for Paradise Crusie and in the mid of way, Vaibhav bike was out of petrol. We struggeled a lot getting the petrol and finally when we reached cruise, the cruise left. Though we got entry in the second cruise with the same ticket. After having the Cruise ride we all went around driving bike in south goa. The roads in South goa are really good and we drive continously for hours and we just loved it. We had bike race as well. It was awesome. Though it started getiing cold at that time but we continued. Later at night we again reached "Curlies" on "Anjuna beach". There Krishan, Ankit, Ravi were already there and we enjoyed till 4 in the morning. We returned back. Me and Tushar were in mood of going here and ther. We started bike and just went around in Goa. It was a lovely night. We returned and slept.

Day 4:
The day started, the Bike owners came to take away the bike. Then we normally started the day with a decision that we will start return Journey by 4Pm. People started shopping something to keep as a souvenir/memento. We had lunch and then shopping. We all were knowing the trip has ome to an end and we all were thinking hope it could continue for some 2 more days so we can explore all parts of Goa. We then left Goa visting the Old Church and Museum while returning. I suggested that these places are meant for old people but everybody forced and we went there also. It was really good. Finally the people from Banglore left for Banglore and we moved towards Hyderabad.
[Just to Add:] I hope Nawab, Krishan Aditya you all remember what just happened with Football Issue before we left. It was all good.

Finally we reached Hyderabad. This trip to Goa with college friends was an awesome trip and I can never forget it.

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Vinod Gupta

Friday, August 29, 2008

Diesel shirts

Diesel shirts have some really unique shirts that you won’t find in any other fashion stores. They have a great variety of fits, styles and patterns that you can mix and match when buying their shirts. They have great under and out shirts they go great with each other. The Diesel style is very unique and attractive. Well worth the money.

Diesel Shirts have slim fitting clothes and are designed that way. They work very well with slimmer guys but still look great on muscle men.

Diesel has a variety of styles for each fit look. They have very trendy polo’s, graphic t-shirts, and dress shirts with a sheek style.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008


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Saturday, August 2, 2008

Pehli nazar mein - Lyrics

Pehli nazar mein
Kaise jaado kar diya
Tera ban baita haiMera jiya
Jaane kya hoga
Kya hoga kya pata
Is pal ko milke
Aa jee le zara
Mein hoon yahanTu hai yahan
Meri bahon mein aa
Aa bhi ja
O jaan-e-jaan
Dono jahan
Meri bahon mein aa
Bhool Ja aa
O jaan-e-jaan
Dono jahan
Meri bahon mein aa
Bhool Ja aa
Baby i love u,
baby i love you,
baby i love you, baby i love you …
so..Baby i love u
Oh i love u
I love u
I love u soBaby i love u
Har dua mein shamil tera pyaar hai
Bin tere lamha bhi dushwar hai
Dhadhkon ko tujhe se hi darkar hai
Tujhse hai rahteinTujhse hai chahtein
Har dua mein shamil tera pyaar hai
Bin tere lamha bhi dushwar hai
Dhadhkon ko tujhe se hi darkar hai
Tujhse hai rahtein
Tujhse hai chahtein
Tu jo mili ek din mujhe
Mein kahin ho gaya lapata
(O jaan-e-jaan
Dono jahan
Meri bahon mein aa
Bhool Ja aa ) ….. 2
(Kar diya Deewana dard-e-Kash ne
Chain cheena isqh ke ehsaas ne
Bekhayali di hai tere pyaas ne
Chaya suroor haiKuch to zaroor hai
(O jaan-e-jaan
Dono jahan
Meri bahon mein aa
Bhool Ja aa ) ….. 2

Thursday, July 17, 2008

My Code Will Go On…- Parody My heart will go n from titanic

This parody is of the song “My Heart will go on” sung by Celine Dion for the movie album “Titanic”!! Enjoy!

Every day in my bay…
I type it, I bug it…
That is how I know it to work on…

Far across the monitor…
With the keyboard between us…
It’s been compiled and run to go on…

Short, long, however it is…
I believe that the code does go on…
Whenever you open the debugger…
You’ll find loads of bugs in there…
But my code will go on and on…

You can debug it one time…
And support for a lifetime…
But can never let go till you’re gone…

Geeky was when I coded it…
With no coffee cup to hold to…
In my life the code will always go on…

Short, long, however it is…
I believe that the code does go on…
Whenever you open the debugger…
You’ll find loads of bugs in there…
But my code will go on and on…

Bugs allover, but there’s nothing to fear…
Cos I know that my code will go on…
They’ll stay forever this way…
The bugs are safe in my code…
And my code will go on and on…and on

I hope u liked it.........
Vinod Gupta

To see the original song.............see this video

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Pappu can't code saala - Alias of Pappu cant Dance Sala

Hey all,
I am sure you all have heard this song "Papu Cant dance sala" from Jaane Tu Na Jaane Na Movie......

Starting me bada azib sa gana laga tha but dheere dheere sabko ultimate laga and sabke MUH pe chad gaya.

Here I am writing the lyrics of a modified version of the song which is on a developer who cant code.

Try to read the lyrics while listening to the song and you will find it awesome.

I have attached the Original song also from YouTube. Just Listen and enjoy and do tell me your views.

Here it goes................
[Kit kit kat kat, kat kit kat kat, Kit kit kat kat, Let's code] 2

Hai bachelor (hai bachelor), Has lotsa dollar (lotsa dollar)...

Hai bachelor, has lotsa dollar...

Spectacular! He's a developer (he's a developer, he's a developer)...

Pappu ka dimaag tez hai, Pappu ko breaks ka craze hai...

Pappu ka chashma thick black, Pappu dikhta geek hai (geek hai)...

Swatch ki ghadi hathon mein, Gale mein tag company wala...

[Par Pappu can't code saala] 2

Han Pappu code likh nahi sakta!

Paida Pappu hua to outsourcing aa thamki...

Angrezon ke muh se nikhli gandhe gaaliyon ki dhamki...

(hey array array) Pappu karta hey cut copy paste...

(hey array array) Tester logon ka time karta hey waste...

(hey array array) Pappu manager logon ka yaar hai...

(hey array array) Pappu beer peene mein toh star hai...

[But Pappu can't code saala] 2

Haan Pappu code likh nahi sakta!

Papa kehte the bada kaam karega...

Nahi patha tha Pappu bus maska marega...

(hey array array) Pappu ke paas hai MBA...

(hey array array) Manata hai onsite jaise ho holiday...

(hey array array) Pappu keyboard bajata hai...

(hey array array) Jahaan bhi jata hai, wapus aa jata hai...

[Cos Pappu can't code saala] 2

Haan Pappu code likh nahi sakta...

Yeah...Pappu can't code saala...!!!

Vinod Gupta

to see the original song click here........

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Sayeri - Good One

Koshish Kijiye Hame Yaad Karne Ki
Lamhe To Apne Aap Hi Mil Jayenge
Tamanna Kijiye Hame Milne Ki
Bahane To Apne Aap Hi Mil Jayenge.


Badi muddat se chaha hai tumhe
Badi duaaon se paya hai tumhe
Thuje bhulane ka sochu bhi kaise,
Kismat ki lakiroon se churaya hai tumhe


Badalna aata nahi humko mousmo ki tarah
Har ek roop main tera intezaar karte hain
Na tum samet sakogi jise qayamat tak
Kasam tumhari tumhe itna pyar karte hain.


Log kehte hain ke ishq itna mat karo,
Ke husn sar pe sawar ho jaaye,
Hum kehte hain ke ishq itna karo,
Ke patthar dil ko bhi tumse pyaar ho jaye……


Vinod Gupta

Thursday, June 12, 2008

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    Monday, June 2, 2008

    Benefits of Public Speaking

    “As long as there are human rights to be defended; as long as there are great interests to be guarded; as long as the welfare of nations is a matter for discussion, so long will public speaking have its place.” - William Jennings Bryan

    The Personal and Practical benefits of using a few simple concepts to overcome your public speaking fears to easily deliver effective presentations include -

    Personal Benefits -

    • Increased Self Confidence
    • The Ability to communicate and articulate your thoughts and ideas
    • Effectively Persuade Others
    • Words can hurt, heal, create, build, transform
    • New Opportunities
    • Ability to Lead
    • Have a Rare and Valued Skill
    • Have Fun
    • Improve Your Quality of Life

    Practical Benefits -

    • Career Advancement
    • Receive Recognition
    • Get the Credit that You Deserve
    • Entertain Your Audience
    • Captivate Your Audience
    • Learn to speak Concisely, Clearly and Confidently
    • Speaking out in important situations, as Parent, Citizen, Customer
    Vinod Gupta

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    Friday, May 23, 2008

    Free Ebooks

    HI all,
    If you want to have number of free e-books related to technology, computer sciences and general novels please feel free to visit the given site.

    Site: Free Ebooks

    Vinod Gupta

    Monday, May 19, 2008

    Break Up

    After breakup
    with an individual,
    with a life situation,
    with an opportunity,
    with a friend,
    with a place,
    with a partner,
    with your soulmate,
    with your wife.......

    One has to rebuild
    Re Start

    the Past lurks
    in all moments
    in all corners of heart and mind............

    In fact
    the more you try to come out of a BreakUp
    the memories linger

    for some this daydreaming, this remembering is the source of life.
    Because it is so much impossible to come out of it
    we begin to enjoy it.........

    ..........the BreakUp???????????????????????????

    did it actually happened or not?

    And like that only it goes on and we find these very ecstatic feelings.


    Friday, May 16, 2008

    Free Ebooks

    Hi all,
    If you want number of free books related to software, technology, engineering studies please feel free to visit http://freebooksall.blogspot.com/.

    This is a blog where you can find number of such books.

    Vinod Gupta

    Thursday, April 24, 2008

    Microsoft Virtual Tech Days 2008

    Hi all,
    I participated in Microsoft Virtual Tech days Contest which was organized on April 9 and 10 2008.
    I am uploading the participation certificate of the Contest.

    I also won a prize in the contest " MS PressBook".
    That prize certificate will be given soon so i will upload that also.

    I have received the prize from Microsoft.

    For more details about the tech days and the contest please visit http://www.microsoft.com/india/virtualtechdays/

    Vinod Gupta

    Tuesday, April 22, 2008

    Great Indian Developer Awards 2008

    I voted in the 2008 Great India Developer Awards

    Hi all,
    I voted in the Great India Developer Awards 2008.

    I will update you with the status of the Awards Contest.
    For details please visit http://www.developersummit.com/

    Vinod Gupta

    Monday, April 21, 2008

    Scratch Me (very Simple)

    Scratch 1

    Scratch 2

    Vinod Gupta

    Tuesday, April 8, 2008

    First Night-Out in Hyderabad

    Tuesday, April 1, 2008

    Wednesday, February 27, 2008

    Entries for an art contest at the Hirshorn Modern Art Gallery in DC

    Entries for an art contest at Hirshorn Modern Art gallery in DC
    The rule was that the artist could use only one sheet of paper.

    Vinod Gupta

    Sunday, February 17, 2008

    Ten Longest Bridges In World

    Ten Longest Bridges In World

    Here is a list of the ten longest bridges in the world with pictures and descriptions. Those beautiful photos are showing to us that there are no borders and everything is reachable.

    10. Seven Mile Bridge


    The Seven Mile Bridge, in the Florida Keys, runs over a channel between the Gulf of Mexico and the Florida Strait, connecting Key Vaca (the location of the city of Marathon, Florida) in the Middle Keys to Little Duck Key in the Lower Keys. Among the longest bridges in existence when it was built, it is one of the many bridges on US 1 in the Keys, where the road is called the Overseas Highway.

    9. San Mateo-Hayward Bridge


    The San Mateo-Hayward Bridge (commonly called San Mateo Bridge) is a bridge crossing California’s San Francisco Bay in the United States, linking the San Francisco Peninsula with the East Bay. More specifically, the bridge’s western end is in Foster City, the most recent urban addition to the eastern edge of San Mateo. The eastern end of the bridge is in Hayward. The bridge is owned by the state of California, and is maintained by Caltrans, the state highway agency.

    8. Confederation Bridge


    The Confederation Bridge (French: Pont de la Confédération) is a bridge spanning the Abegweit Passage of Northumberland Strait, linking Prince Edward Island with mainland New Brunswick, Canada. It was commonly referred to as the “Fixed Link” by residents of Prince Edward Island prior to its official naming. Construction took place from the fall of 1993 to the spring of 1997, costing $1.3 billion. The 12.9-kilometre (8 mi) long bridge opened on 31 May 1997.

    7. Rio-Niteroi Bridge


    The Rio-Niteroi Bridge is a reinforced concrete structure that connects the cities of Rio de Janeiro and Niteroi in Brazil.
    Construction began symbolically on August 23, 1968, in the presence of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in their first and thus far only visit to Brazil. Actual work begun in January, 1969, and it opened on March 4, 1974.
    Its official name is “President Costa e Silva Bridge”, in honor of the Brazilian president who ordered its construction. “Rio-Niteroi” started as a descriptive nickname that soon became better known than the official name. Today, hardly anyone refers to it by its official name.

    6. Penang Bridge


    The Penang Bridge (Jambatan Pulau Pinang in Malay) E 36 is a dual-carriageway toll bridge that connects Gelugor on the island of Penang and Seberang Prai on the mainland of Malaysia on the Malay Peninsula. The bridge is also linked to the North-South Expressway in Prai and Jelutong Expressway in Penang. It was officially opened to traffic on September 14, 1985. The total length of the bridge is 13.5 km (8.4 miles), making it among the longest bridges in the world, the longest bridge in the country as well as a national landmark. PLUS Expressway Berhad is the concession holder which manages it.

    5. Vasco da Gama Bridge


    The Vasco da Gama Bridge (Portuguese: Ponte Vasco da Gama, pron. IPA: [’põt(?) ‘va?ku d? ‘g?m?]) is a cable-stayed bridge flanked by viaducts and roads that spans the Tagus River near Lisbon, capital of Portugal. It is the longest bridge in Europe (including viaducts), with a total length of 17.2 km (10.7 mi), including 0.829 km (0.5 mi) for the main bridge, 11.5 km (7.1 mi) in viaducts, and 4.8 km (3.0 mi) in dedicated access roads. Its purpose is to alleviate the congestion on Lisbon’s other bridge (25 de Abril Bridge), and to join previously unconnected motorways radiating from Lisbon.

    4. Chesapeake Bay Bridge


    The Chesapeake Bay Bridge (commonly known as the Bay Bridge) is a major dual-span bridge in the U.S. state of Maryland; spanning the Chesapeake Bay, it connects the state’s Eastern and Western Shore regions. At 4.3 miles (7 km) in length, the original span was the world’s longest continuous over-water steel structure when it opened in 1952. The bridge is officially named the William Preston Lane, Jr. Memorial Bridge after William Preston Lane, Jr. who, as governor of Maryland, implemented its construction.

    3. King Fahd Causeway

    The King Fahd Causeway is multiple dike - bridge combination connecting Khobar, Saudi Arabia, and the island nation of Bahrain.


    A construction agreement signed on July 8, 1981 led to construction beginning the next year. The cornerstone was laid on November 11, 1982 by King Fahd of Saudi Arabia and Sheikh Isa bin Salman al-Khalifa of Bahrain; construction continued until 1986, when the combination of several bridges and dams were completed. The causeway officially opened for use on November 25, 1986.

    2. Donghai Bridge


    Donghai Bridge (literally “East Sea Grand Bridge”) is the longest cross-sea bridge in the world and the longest bridge in Asia. It was completed on December 10, 2005. It has a total length of 32.5 kilometres (20.2 miles) and connects Shanghai and the offshore Yangshan deep-water port in China. Most of the bridge is a low-level viaduct. There are also cable-stayed sections to allow for the passage of large ships, largest with span of 420 m.

    1. Lake Pontchartrain Causeway


    The Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, or the Causeway, consists of two parallel bridges that are the longest bridges in the world by total length.[2] These parallel bridges cross Lake Pontchartrain in southern Louisiana. The longer of the two bridges is 23.87 miles (38.42 km) long. The bridges are supported by over 9,000 concrete pilings. The two bridges feature bascule spans over the navigation channel 8 miles (13 km) south of the north shore. The southern terminus of the Causeway is in Metairie, Louisiana, a suburb of New Orleans. The northern terminus is at Mandeville, Louisiana.

    Posted By: Vinod Gupta


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