Monthly Archives: February 2010

Robotics-an exciting field to work

Robot- a machine which can be controlled using a microcontroller to do operations that humans desire

Types- wired, wireless, remote controlled, autonomous

Materials required to build one- wheels, batteries, microcontroller/microprocessor(PC), chassi(base to mount microcontroller on), motors, sensors

Motors- for giving speed, direction control

Battery- source of voltage(energy)

Microcontroller- brain of Robot, controls what it (bot) does

Chassis- chair for mc to sit on

Sensors- detect changes and send signals


Wagator beach

This beach is rocky and has a lot of coconut trees around the shore. Its a fun place to visit in Goa. The Chapora Fort is just next to this beach. You can enjoy the cool breeze of the sea from the top of the fort. Do visit it at least once. Mind you, the fort is to be reached on foot. Beware of the small pebbles that make you slip on the way to the top and while coming down.

Students are the new rifles against governments

Its very sad to notice that so many students are sacrificing their lives for the cause of Telangana. When the matter is in the hands of the Central Government, it is very foolish to give up lives when nothing is going to move the leaders. It is the parents to whom the students are causing pain. I think that th students must not give up lives and ruin their careers in this political gamble for a separate state. When KCR himself has given up fast for fear of losing his life, why should students do such big sacrifices? What is to be done is now left to the Centre and there will be a solution within a few months after getting opinion from the public. The students by now should realise that the politicians are using them as pawns in a war.

It would be wise for them to complete their education and work for the country in a better way.


“Aman ki kiran “

aman ki aasha karo

shanti ka chihn bano

manavtha ka dharm nibhao

aatankvaad ko door mitao

shanthi ki kamna rakho

khushi ka mahaul failao

sabhi ka dil jeeto

aatankvaad ko door mitao

duniya ka naksha badlo

aye manav, tera yeh kartavya hai

dar ko man se door bhagao

khuda hi tumhari raksha hai

aman hi apni kaksha hai

Poem written by me in Hindi

I have written this poem in order to tell everyone that we are responsible for our own deeds. So it is our duty to be vigilant of any suspicious activity that happens around you, especially people in metropolitan cities and other towns which have become prone to attacks.  It is our responsibility if we are suspcious about some unclaimed baggage and we don’t report immediately to the cops. So be human and save lives by just keeping a watch wherever you go. Its sickening to notice how there unfriendly people have taken control of our lives.  Maintain a friendly company wherever you work or study and do not let people you do not know influence your lives.

This is awesome

Top 10 Heights

1. What is height of Fashion?
A. Dhoti with a zip

2. What is height of Secrecy?
A. Offering blank visiting cards.

3. What is height of Active laziness?
A. Asking for a lift to house while on a morning walk.

5. What is height of Craziness?
A. Getting a blank paper Xeroxed.

6. What is height of Forgetfulness?
A. Seeing the mirror and trying to recollect when you saw him / her

7. What is height of Stupidity?
A. A man looking through a keyhole of a glass door.

8. What is height of Honesty?
A. A pregnant woman taking one and a half ticket.

9. What is height of Suicide?
A. A dwarf jumping from the footpath on the road.

10. What is height of De-hydration?
A. A cow giving milk powder


I feel that nothing can influence your life as much as you can. And even though you feel that something or somebody is pulling you back from doing a task, its actually you who is not interested in that task. You can try but you will  be surprised to find that sometimes you may be taking control of your life indirectly. This I call is the theory of nonsense… ehehehe

Party on valentine’s evening

It was the ‘lakeview restaurant’.. it was a candle light dinner.. the ambience was romantic… we were 20 guys.. my friend Aditya had won the first prize in the ‘Energia’ event at IIT Kharagpur’s technical fest Kshitij 2010. It was a party to celebrate his victory.  Avanish, Ashwarya, Sean, Sarat, Shashi, Akshat, Ravi, Harman, Sanjeev, Ayan, Soumyadipta, Akshay, Ashutosh, Vaibhav, Siddhant, Adeeb are my classmates who came to the party. They discussed about the GATE exam which many of them gave earlier that day.  It has been a very long time since I attended any real parties with so many people. I usually go out only with my group but this party was very special because my friend who won the event is very close to me. It was a great party and we all had a good time. We walked back to our hostels and I slept as soon as I came. I was very tired.