The empire on which sun never sets

Since 1819, when Raffles founded Singapore as a trading post for the East India Company the white man’s supremacy had been unquestioned. By the time I went to school in 1930, I was aware that the Englishman was the big boss, and those who were white like him were also bosses – some big, others not so big, but all bosses. They had superior lifestyles and lived separately from the Asiatics, as we were then called. They ate superior food with plenty of meat and milk products. Every three years they went “home” to England for three to six months at a time to recuperate from the everything climate of equatorial Singapore. Their children also went “home” to be educated and not to Singapore schools. They, too, led superior lives.

There were no question of any resentment. The superior status of the British in government and society was simply a fact of life. After all, they were the greatest people in the world. They had the biggest empire that history had ever known, stretching over all time zones, across all four oceans and five continents.

I have taken above text from the book “The Singapore Story – Memoirs of Lee Kuan Yew”. Like what we have Gandhiji in India, same is Lee Kuan Yew for Singapore. For information to reader, Singapore in past was also a British colony and in his book he has written about the impression he had about the British empire till he grew up.

In 1941, Japanese invaded the Singapore and managed to win over Singapore. He writes about British empire post Singapore fall to Japanese in his next chapter as below :

In 70 days of surprises, upsets and stupidities, British colonial society was shattered, and with it all the assumptions of the Englishman’s superiority. During the war, it was the white civilian bosses who ducked under the tables when the bombs and shells fell. Hospitals, public utilities and other essential services were left unmanned. The whites in charge had gone. Stories of their scramble to save their skins led the Asiatics to see them as Selfish and Cowardly. The British myth of their inherent superiority had been smashed by one Asiatic race (read Japanese).

Above lines from the book, indeed describes the selfishness of British race which is inherent in them till date.

In past, I was used to listen this line many time “The sun on British Empire shall never set”. I have seen people leaving for UK from India with very strong faith and belief in this line. Following is the map of the British empire taken from the Wiki as on 1919 which truly says about the supremacy British Raj enjoyed in past.

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But today the reality is the glory of British raj is fading away. Tough economic situations, falling markets, spending cuts n what not. It will be interesting to see how the British empire meets the challenges in their own backyard and adapts to the rising Asian powers from Asia and keep the queen’s flag, flagging high in coming time.

It will still be premature to make a statement that Sun on British empire has set because even today in my day to day life, I made to believe that white skin rules but slowly the white skin’s supremacy is coming under question. So which color is going to rule in future? May be “Brown”…….. who knows.  Amen!!

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2010 : The Future of Productivity

માઇક્રોસોફ્ટ… માઇક્રોસોફ્ટ…. માઇક્રોસોફ્ટ…… સોફ્ટવેરની દુનિયાનું સૌથી મોટું માથું. માઇક્રોસોફ્ટ જે પણ કરે એ શાનથી જ કરે એમાં કોઇ નવાઇ ના હોય. આજકાલ માઇક્રોસોફ્ટ દુનિયાભરમાં પોતાની 2010 સિરીઝની અલગ અલગ પ્રોડક્ટ રિલીઝ માટે કાર્યક્રમો કરી રહી છે. માઇક્રોસોફ્ટ હાલમાં Office 2010, SharePoint 2010, Project 2010, Visio 2010, Visual Studio 2010, SQL Server 2008 R2 રિલીઝ કરી રહ્યું છે. માઇક્રોસોફ્ટની આ નવી પ્રોડક્ટ રેન્જમાં productivity (એટલે કે કાર્યદક્ષતા) પર વધૂ ભાર મૂકવામાં આવ્યો છે.

Future of Prodcutivity

 

જેમ કે માઇક્રોસોફ્ટનો દાવો છે કે Office 2010 વાપરવાથી વાપરનાર વ્યક્તિની કાર્યદક્ષતામાં વધારો થશે અને વપરાશકાર દીઠ દર કલાકે 2 ડોલરનો કંપનીને ફાયદો થશે. ખબર નહીં માઇક્રોસોફ્ટ આવો દાવો કંઇ રીતે કરી શકે છે અને કંઇ રીતે 2 ડોલરના આંકડા પર આવ્યા.   

 

 

 

માઇક્રોસોફ્ટના રિલીઝ પ્રોગ્રામના ભાગરૂપે આજે સિંગાપોરમાં મરીના બે સેન્ડસ રિસોર્ટના કન્વેન્શન સેન્ટર ખાતે ભવ્ય કાર્યક્રમનું આયોજન કર્યું હતું.

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(બાજુનો ફોટો મરીના બે સેન્ડ રીસોર્ટની મુખ્ય ઇમારતનો છે. અહીં રહેવા માટેના રૂમ, શોપિંગ મોલ, ખાવા પીવા માટેની હોટલો અને બીજા આકર્ષણો છે. જો કે હજી ઘણું બધું કામ બાકી છે અને લગભગ એકાદ વર્ષમાં બધું બરાબર શરૂ થઇ જશે. આ ઇમારત 55 માળની છે. આ વિશે વધૂ માહિતી અહીં છે. આ ઇમારત એવી બની છે કે તમે જો અહીંથી પસાર થતા હોવ તો બે ઘડી ઉભા રહીને જોવાનું મન થઇ જાય અને સિંગાપોર વિશે માન થઇ જાય.)

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એપલ અને ગુગલ જેવી કંપનીઓ માઇક્રોસોફ્ટને હવે પૂરેપૂરી સ્પર્ધા આપે છે એટલે હવે માઇક્રોસોફ્ટ માટે આ નવી પ્રોડક્ટોને સફળ બનાવ્યા સિવાય છૂટકો નથી અને એ માટે જોઇએ પૂરતું માર્કેટીંગ. સિંગાપોર ટેકનોલોજીના ક્ષેત્રે દક્ષિણ એશિયાનું હબ સમાન છે અને એટલે જ માઇક્રોસોફ્ટે અહીં મોટો પ્રોગ્રામ રાખવો જરૂરી હતો. માઇક્રોસોફ્ટના CEO સ્ટીવ બાલ્મોર પણ આજે અહીં હાજર હતા. કાર્યક્રમની શરૂઆતમાં એમનું વ્યક્તવ્ય રાખવામાં આવ્યું હતું. સ્ટીવને પહેલી વખત રૂબરૂમાં સાંભળવાની તક મને મળી. એનું વ્યક્તવ્ય સારુ હતું. 54 વર્ષની ઉંમરે બહુ વૃધ્ધ ના કહેવાય તો પણ સ્ટીવની athleticism અને stage presence સારી હતી. એણે ભવિષ્યનો ચિતાર આપતો એક સરસ વિડીયો પણ બતાવ્યો. એના મત મુજબ ભવિષ્યમાં દરેક વસ્તુઓ touch based અને compact થઇ જશે. દરેક device એ smart device હશે અને intelligence સાથે હશે. જેમ આજે મોબાઇલ ફોનનો ઉપયોગ કોમ્પ્યુટર, કેમેરા, કંપાસ વગેરેની જેમ થઇ રહ્યો છે એમ ભવિષ્યમાં મોટા ભાગના device એ multifunctional હશે. વાત એકદમ સાચી છે. ટેકનોલોજી આજે ખૂબ તેજ ગતિએ આગળ વધી રહી છે. Productivity અને Business intelligenc પર ભાર મૂકતા માઇક્રોસોફ્ટથી રૂડું જગતમાં કંઇ નથી એવો સંદેશો સ્ટીવભાઇએ આપ્યો. ત્યારબાદ જુદા જુદા વક્તાઓ દ્વારા વ્યક્તવ્યો હતા જેમાં નવી પ્રોડક્ટમાં આવેલી સુવિધાઓ વિશે વાત કરી હતી.

માઇક્રોસોફ્ટ હાલમાં SharePoint પર પણ બહુ ભાર આપી રહી છે. મોટાભાગના માઇક્રોસોફ્ટના પાર્ટનર કે જેઓ પોતાની પ્રોડક્ટનો પ્રચાર કરી રહ્યા હતા એ Business processના નામે પોતાના SharePoint solution વહેંચી રહ્યા હતા. મને જો કે SharePoint વિશે બહુ ખબર નથી. અમારી કંપનીમાં હાલમાં SharePointનો ઉપયોગ કરી ખાલી Internal portal બનાવેલા છે જે અમે વાપરીએ છીએ. આ સિવાય મને બહુ SharePoint વિશે ખબર નથી. માઇક્રોસોફ્ટ જે રીતે પોતાની પ્રોડક્ટ રેન્જ લાવી રહ્યું છે એ રીતે જોતા મારા જેવા Desktop applicatin developersનું ભવિષ્ય બહુ ઉજ્જ્વળ નથી લાગતું.

નોકિયાએ પણ હવે માઇક્રોસોફ્ટ સાથે પાર્ટનરશીપ કરી છે અને નોકિયાના E સિરીઝના બધાં ફોનમાં હવે Microsoft Exchangeનો સપોર્ટ છે. નોકિયા જો કે હજી પણ સિમ્બીયન ઓપરેટીંગ સિસ્ટમ વાપરે છે અને હજુ સુધી કોઇ windows mobile આવ્યો નથી પણ ભવિષ્યમાં કદાચ આવું કંઇક શક્ય પણ બને. નોકિયા દ્વારા પણ એક સેમિનાર હતો અને એમાં પણ Productivity પર ભાર મૂકાયો હતો. આજ કાલ જમાનો productivity સાથે સાથે multitaskingનો પણ છે. સ્માર્ટફોન કદાચ ભારતમાં હજી 3G સેવાના અભાવના લીધે એટલા ઉપયોગી નથી પણ વિદેશોમાં સ્માર્ટ ફોન વગર જીવન શક્ય નથી એવું લાગે. આજે ઘણું બધું કામ હું મારા આઇફોન પર જ ઓફિસ આવતા જતા કરી લઉ છું. બિઝનેસમાં પણ જો આજ કાલ કોઇ એમ કહે કે હું ઓફિસમાં નથી 2 દિવસ પછી જવાબ આપીશ તો મને એમ જ લાગે કે આ ભાઇને કોઇ રસ નથી. આજે મોબાઇલ ઓફિસનો કોન્સેપ્ટ આવી ગયો છે. એટલા માટે જ માઇક્રોસોફ્ટ Office 2010માં Web Apps આપી રહ્યું છે. તમે તમારો ડેટા ઓન લાઇન રાખી શકો તેમ જ કોઇ પણ જગ્યાએથી મેનેજ પણ કરી શકો. ડેટાની security વિશે થોડી ચિંતા થાય. જો કે આજે એક વાત મને જાણવા મળી કે તમે જો નોકિયાના મોબાઇલ ફોન પર Exchange મેઇલ અને બીજી માહિતી રાખેલી હોય અને જો ફોન ખોવાઇ જાય તો આ ડેટાને remote command થકી દૂર કરી શકાય છે. આમ કરવાથી ડેટા કોઇ ખોટા હાથમાં જવાનો પણ ભય ના રહે. Windows Mobileની પણ નવી ઓપરેટીંગ સિસ્ટમ આવી રહી છે અને સાથે સાથે મોબાઇલ માટે પણ Windows Mobile Office 2010 તો ખરું જ.

જો કે મને માઇક્રોસોફ્ટની જે પ્રોડક્ટ વિશે સૌથી વધારે જાણવાની ઇંતેજારી હતી (Visual Studio 2010) એ વિશે બહુ જાણવા ના મળ્યું. Visual Studio 2010 વિશે વધૂ જાણવા હવે મારે જાતે જ મહેનત કરવી પડશે. કાલે હવે ઓફિસમાં Office 2010 અને Visual Studio 2010 ડાઉનલોડ કરવા પડશે. મારી પાસે MSDN Value subscriberનું લાઇસન્સ છે એટલે બધાં સોફ્ટવેર મફતમાં ડાઉનલોડ કરી શકાય છે એટલે પ્રયત્ન કરવામાં વાંધો નહીં.

મને માઇક્રોસોફ્ટની મોટાભાગની પ્રોડક્ટ સારી લાગી છે (IE આમાં અપવાદ છે.) મફતિયા સોફ્ટવેરો કરતા ગુણવત્તા એકંદરે સારી હોય છે. ખાલી એક જ મોટી સમસ્યા મને કાયમથી નડતી આવી છે અને એ છે performanceની. મોટા ભાગે બધાં પ્રોજેક્ટોમાં development પતી ગયા પછી performance improvementની માથાકૂટ કરવી પડે છે. જો કે માઇક્રોસોફ્ટ દાવો કરે છે કે Office 2010 એ Office 2003 કરતા 90% વધુ ફાસ્ટ છે. જો એમ હોય તો સારુ જ છે. આજે એક વ્યક્તવ્યમાં એવું બતાવવામાં આવ્યું હતું કે Excel sheetમાં 1.5 મિલીયન ડેટા હતા તો પણ sort કરતા ફક્ત 2 સેકંડમાં Data Sort થઇ ગયો. સાચું ખોટું તો વક્તા જ જાણે.

એકંદરે આજનો દિવસ સારો રહ્યો. નવી અમુક બાબતો જાણવા મળી. ઘણી બધી નાની નાની ભેટો મળી. મરીના બે સેન્ડની મૂલાકાત પણ થઇ ગઇ. ખાવા પીવા સાથે મીની જલ્સો થઇ ગયો. બોલો માઇફ્રોસોફ્ટની જય 🙂

P.S. : આ પોસ્ટમાં એટલા બધાં અંગ્રેજી શબ્દો ગુજરાતીમાં ઠપકાર્યા છે કે મને એમ થાય છે કે આના કરતા પોસ્ટ અંગ્રેજીમાં જ લખી હોત તો સારુ હોત. પણ અમુક શબ્દોનું અંગ્રેજીમાંથી ગુજરાતી કરવું મૂશ્કેલ છે જેમ કે સોફ્ટવેરનું ગુજરાતી શું કરવું? કોઇને ખબર હોય તો નીચે કમેન્ટ્માં લખી જણાવજો.

Spring of Singapore

Today while on my way to office when I got down from home, just in front of my house I saw the landscape hidden benathe flowers. The site was indeed very eye catching & beautiful. It was for the first time in my four years stay here I experienced spring n beauty of nature. Singapore is definitely green but mostly greenery is artificial or man made. Singapore is not so blessed natuerwise n there are hardly any picturesque landscape or snow or awesome spring season. So such site I’d indeed pleasant surprise.
I was also thinking like man cannot feel the colors in a way nature can fill.

P. S. : both the pictures taken using iPhone n this post is also my first post on blog using iPhone. Using iPhone can not write post in Gujarati.

to be or not to be….

One of my friend cum colleague here read my last post on YSR. My this friend just gave up his blue passport and opted for the red one i.e. He gave up his Indian citizenship and took Singapore citizenship. (According to data of  Indian embassy in Singapore , this year so far 1100+  Indian citizens have opted to give up their citizenship in favor of Singapore’s citizenship.) While discussing that post with my friend, I was just telling him that how insecure the common man is in India. Reacting on that my friend said, “Yeah… that’s problem with your country”. Though he tried to tone down his words under humor but whatever he said is correct. I was wondering how secure he must be feeling being a citizen of Singapore.

My friend was born and brought up in India and he very well knows the situation back home. He obviously has an attachment towards India but he also has concerns for his family and life as well. Many NRIs ask this question to themselves everyday like is it good to get emotional (and return to India)  and give up a good lifestyle they are currently having? It is a personal call and depends on person. Sometimes emotions wins sometimes looses. The same fight also starts in my mind as well sometimes but as of now emotions keep winning.  🙂

P. S. :

Those who read this don’t see this as NRI bashing India. I still have high regards for my motherland and just trying to put what’s going on in NRI’s mind.

Walk down the memory lane

I’m a person who likes to revisit the history. Back in India, I have been to many places of historical interests but still India has lot to offer when history is concerned and I’m yet to see many more places. Ajanta-Ellora caves still is fav place for me to visit and I’m in awe of the work on display there. I still rue that I’m not able to visit that place quite often. Last time during my trip to India I had a trip to all tourist destinations in Maharashtra and Ajanata was one of them. But thanks to that ******* tour operator (who took us to Ajanta on a day when it remains close), I missed out the opportunity to enjoy the amazing work once again. But my head hangs in shame to admit that I am yet to visit the epic monument of Taj Mahal yet. Somehow couldn’t manage to visit Taj so far. Now I’m out of India so it’s getting difficult for me to quench my thirst for exploring Indian history.

In Singapore also I try to keep discovering about the history of Singapore and Malay peninsula. (But (my personal opinion is )Singapore is not that rich as far as history and culture is concerned. Still I keep exploring and today I got one such chance to explore about the Singapore of yester years. Today news paper in Singapore had asked it’s readers to submit the snaps they have of yester year’s Singapore with them. After getting the snaps from people they put up the photo exhibition “My Life: Then & Now” @Orchard Central. Today I visited that place to view the photo exhibition. From the snaps, it was apparent that Singapore was not so rich, well organised, prosperous and developed when It got freedom. In the photos, I saw flooded streets with people in neck deep water, not so clean streets, undeveloped Singapore river belt, dressing of the people then, etc. When Singapore got freedom providing housing to the people was the biggest problem. In the snaps I could see people living in wooden houses and sharing a single tap of water to meet their needs. The streets were not so organised as it looks today. Singapore river belt was barren then with no concrete structures around. Seeing all snaps, I realised that Singapore was in pathetic state when it got independence. But just after 44 years of freedom, today Singapore is developed nation. I can safely say that people who had taken an initiative to lead the Singapore after independence have taken Singapore to the right direction. The key figure who made the poor, hungry and dirty Singapore of 44 years back to prosperous and developed nation of today is Lee kuan Yew. He indeed deserves the pet on his back to transform a nation in less than a one generation time.

I regret India had likes of Gandhi n Nehru at the helm at the time of our independence rather than having any visionary ruler like MM Lee (as Lee kuan Yew is known here. Ministor Mentor Lee). MM Lee was the first prime minster of Singapore and he served the Singapore as prime minster from 1959 – 1990. Currently his son, Lee Hsian Loong is serving the nation as prime minster since 2004. Just for reader’s information since independence Singapore has been ruled by only three prime minsters. First MM Lee, Second Goh Chock tong and third n current PM Lee hsian loong.

Big B in SG

Off the late, I have been reading the blog of Big B regularly. He is very regular in publishing posts on his blog and every day he posts atleast one post to let the readers know about his whereabouts and what he is upto.

Big B has just lended in Singapore to check the health status of his chhote bhaiya Amar singh who is in Singapore for kidney transplant. In his today’s post he writes about the treatment he meted out while on board to SIA flight from Mumbai to SG and  his experience @Changi Airport’s immigration counter. It’s interesting. Read it here. How immigration officer and security officer @the airport performed their duty without being in awe of Superstar’s persona was really interesting to read. Also, he writes about how he got lost while moving around the streets in Singapore and than some Indian guy helped him in reaching to his destination.

Today for the first time I have put one comment on Big B’s blog. At the time of writing this, comment is still awaiting moderation but I hope it will get approved. Normally, he gets 300+ comments on his posts everyday. But according to him, he reads each comment and when finds good he also replies to the commentor. Hope he finds my comment good enough to respond. Any communication from him will be a life long memorabilia for me.

I think, I will have to move around in Singapore streets to catch a glimpse of Big B. Hope he once again looses his way when I’m around him and I can tap him from back and ask “Gentleman, May I help you?” 🙂

ये दिल्ली है मेरे यार….

Now a days, I listen to following song from “Dilli 6” almost every day (thanks to Big FM 96.3 FM the only bollywood FM station of Singapore). The music of this song is quiet catchy and like this song. So listening this song almost everyday inspired me to write this post.

 

There are many songs on Mumbai in our bollywood movies but I think not many on so called “Dilwalo ki nagri Delhi”. As of now I can recall only this song on Delhi from bolly movies. Perhaps bollywood doesn’t have much fascination for the political capital of nation.

If one asks me, my love for Delhi is not as strong as Mumbai. (According to me Mumbai is a place to be in, if your pocket is flooding with money. I have seen the life of Mumbai from quite near and can write a book on different facet of life in Mumbai. But this post is about Delhi so will give rest to Mumbai for a while). 

I have been to Delhi four times till date. But barring few things, Delhi didn’t impressed me much. First time when I went there I was around 21. Well, the Welcome I received in Delhi was not pleasant for me. After getting down @ railway station, I used the toilet adjacent to rest room. The moment I came out of toilet one old lady asked me to give 10 Rupee for using rest room. I replied her that I used the toilet only and not the rest room. The lady replied in very firm voice "बेटे 10 रूपये में निपटा ले वरना बहुत महगा पड जायेगा". It was just like cold blooded dhamki from that old lady. I literally gave away 10 rupee to that old lady. I realised, I’m in Delhi the so called “ठगो का शहर".  During my first visit to Delhi itself, I made my way through the political lanes of “North block” n “South block”. I went inside the “South block” n none of the security guard at that time cared to stop me. It’s fact whether someone believe it or not. At that time, I had stayed in a MP quarter of Dilip Sanghani (He was member of parliament at that time from Amreli) in New Delhi. Narendra Modi now chief minister of Gujarat was also sharing a house with Dilip Sanghani. Mr. Modi at that time was only involved with organisational activities of BJP. But at that time even, I had silently observed Mr. Modi’s influence on party workers. At that time the parliament was in session so Delhi was buzzing with political activities. I also met then Member of Parliament from Kutch Mr. Pushpdan Gadhvi. I missed out seeing L. K. Advani (due to his busy schedule) who was MP from Gandhinagar even at that time. All n all, I spent around 3 days in parlays of hard core central politics. First time I realised that government babus don’t care about recommendations from MPs. I also realized that going to politicians without solid jack is futile. I had to come back from Delhi without success. But I saw few places in New Delhi like Parliament house, Rashtrapati bhavan, Raj path, India gate, etc. During my return journey, throughout I kept cursing the cunning politicians. But whatever happened at that time with me, ultimately proved good for me though. 

My second visit to Delhi was official one. For some company’s work, I had to go to Ghaziabad (so called crime capital). So first I went to Delhi and from there I reached Ghaziabad by train. I find Ghaziabad very small city but people here were not so gracious. Fellow at the hotel reception warned me of not venturing out after 9 pm as it was unsafe. On my way back, I spent some real good time in New Delhi. I have been to Connaught place in a company of one wonderful person. I spent some quality time with that person over there venting out all the frustrations I had in my mind after visiting Ghaziabad. I was impressed seeing Connaught place. I felt like I was moving somewhere out of India. With lots of good memories, I boarded the Rajdhani to return to Ahmedabad.

My third visit was also some work related only but nothing worthy to mention about it.

My fourth visit to Delhi was immediately after marriage. We went for our honeymoon to Shimla through Delhi. In return, we went together to CP (as Connaught place is called among delhites) and did some shopping and had a good time. Though after coming back from Shimla to Delhi, I had some problem in getting hotel room. Again, all people were eager to make hole in my pocket but this time I was well prepared. But all n all, it was good trip. But train journey was quiet good both way. We had lots of rabdi @Abu road station.

There were few experiences during my trips to Delhi but most of them are forgettable or can not put them here in public forum.

But Delhi has given me two very special people to whom I admire and they hold special places deep in my heart.

The first one is my friend Ritesh. I met him for the first time after coming to Singapore. He was also working for Yokogawa but through some other company as consultant. I was new in Singapore and my immediate supervisor introduced me to him. At that time, I was looking for home in Singapore (those were very tense days for me) and was not getting any. Ritesh had also came to Singapore just 2 months before me but he had already rented the house in Singapore. So he knew more of Singapore than me then. I started interacting with him and found him very helpful. During my initial struggling period in Singapore, he helped me in every possible way. He was very different guy a kind of perfect balance of everything in him. I learned lot many homely things from him. After I rented a house in Singapore, he also helped me on how to make a structure of four walls a home. I also stayed at his place for around 10 days (as he was also bachelor then) so everyday he was used to cook some food for us. Thanks Ritesh for all the dinners and chapattis you cooked for us. When wify came to Singapore, she was also amazed to see how well I had kept the house and how  everything was in Order (perhaps she was expecting everything to be in mess knowing my abilities to manage home affairs :)).  This guy also helped me a lot when wify was in hospital for Ruhi’s delivery. At that time, he took my mom to his place and took very good care of my mom. Together our families have been to Malaysia and many different places in Singapore also. But all good things comes to an end one day and so as our association. Today we are separated by distance (as he has moved to US now) but still deep in my heart I still thank him a lot for what he has done to me.

It is not possible for me to write about the other person from Delhi who had  a long lasting influence on my life. I’m still can’t decide whether the influence that fellow had on my life was good or bad but still those memories are intact in my heart.

Delhi is divided in New Delhi n Old Delhi. New Delhi is good as roads are wider, cleaner and less crowded. While I avoid visiting Old Delhi. However, I advice visiting Chandni chowk once. The places I liked in Delhi are CP, Rajpath, Jantar Mantar, Qutab Minar, Chandni chowk (just for some food n shopping), etc.

So I can write only this much about Delhi. If any Delhite read this pls don’t get offended by anything written here.

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