Reading With Purpose

I read Atomic Habits by James Clear in 2020 and was highly impressed by it! I have been reading his blogs even before that. I decided to act upon book's core theme of "Tiny Changes, Remarkable Results" and chose to apply it to one of my passions - reading. I decided that in 2021 I'll... Continue Reading →

Raj Kapoor, Nargis And The Incomplete Love Story

2nd June was death anniversary of the legendary filmmaker Raj Kapoor (passed away in 1988). There were many posts on Twitter to remember him, but one of those specially caught my attention. It is well known that Raj Kapoor and Nargis were the most popular and loved on-screen couple in their era. It was also... Continue Reading →

How I Plan to Spend 2021

Yesterday I wrote about how I spent year 2020. Today I want to write about how I plan to spend 2021. I recently tweeted 5-point list of the things I want to do in 2021. Here it is: No Zero Days - This is the idea I picked up from James Clear's book Atomic Habits.... Continue Reading →

Happy New Year 2021

2021 is the smallest number that can be expressed as the product of two consecutive primes that produces a palindrome when multiplied by its reverse and that is a position in π, e and φ with the same digit. 2021 is the smallest number made from the concatenation of rising consecutive integers that can be... Continue Reading →

How I Spent Year 2020…

It's end of the year 2020...finally. Most people will celebrate not because the new year is starting, but mainly because the horrendous year 2020 is ending. It seemed like an eternal year. There was nothing memorable about 2020...for most of the people excluding me (or people like me). It doesn't mean that it was a... Continue Reading →

Happy Pythagorean Theorem Day

Today is #PythagoreanTheoremDay. Also known as “Right Triangle Day,” it’s a day when the sums of the squares of the month and day equal the square of the last two digits of the year. Clever and elusive, we’re celebrating it now because the next time this happens is in 2025! 📐

Thought of The Day

5th December 2020 The hours matter less than the iterations. “I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times.” — Bruce Lee

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