Category Archives: God

  1. Keep Calm. Be A Hypocrite.

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    December 29, 2012 by Rupesh

    I am surprised that India is so shocked and grieved about the death of rape victim. Since when have we …
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  2. Quarter Life Crisis !

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    October 15, 2012 by Rupesh

    Turning 26 is scary for me ! I was happy being 22, then 23, 24 … and 25. I always …
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  3. 3 years of Craziness. Happy Anniversary to InOpen

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    October 1, 2012 by Rupesh

    InOpen Turns 3 Today. I am a very proud and a happy Man. I wrote this letter to my team. …
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  4. Hobby to Company :-) Kudos to the Spirit

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    August 29, 2012 by Rupesh

    This evening I received a email from one of my best buddies. He has been trading stocks (and probably everything) …
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  5. How I wish !

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    February 4, 2012 by Rupesh

    This is exactly what I will (want to) do after InOpen is ready to run on its own, and of …
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  6. Thank You Steve Jobs ! Thank You Sir

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    October 6, 2011 by Rupesh

    Super Man (1955-2011) This morning I woke up to one of the most saddening news of the recent time. Steve Jobs is …
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Beautiful short trip to North East. Could only manage Meghalaya this time. The white outside the hotel room is clouds (yes). Cherapunji is beautiful as always Family is here. Miss u @mohinisgupta Little sister's sangeet :-) Remember Ratatouille ! Saw this movie for the first time (I am a late bloomer) and couldn't resist  cooking this beautiful French dish. Novice attempt in plating it the movie way #ratatouille #firstattempt Hills of Mahabaleshwar. Beautiful Sahyadri. Sunrise this morning :-) Watched Padmavati under Police Protection in Bombay. Its a rare occurrence for Bollywood movies, when you are blown away by its sheer cinematic experience and extravaganza. The brilliant portrayal of the satanic madness of Alauddin Khalji, the valour of Rajput King Maharaja Rawal Ratan Singh and the dignified grit of Rani Padmani of Mewar has blown my mind away.  The story telling and the visual feast presented by the grandmaster Sanjay L Bhansali has certainly taken Bollywood to another level. The sheer courage of Rajputs and their pride gives you a glimpse of the spectacular land Mewar once was. The portrayal of Rajputs if nothing would compel you to tell stories about their culture and braveness. 
Hats of to the magician Bhansali is. New York Cheese Cake & a lazy Saturday Morning :-) Board meet for KJ Soumaya Management college. The idea is to build a healthy eco system to foster entrepreneurship among management graduates as well as interested alumni. Always glad & excited to be a part of Academia