What Kind of Creative Person You Are?

Personality tests and Psychometric tests are fun. They are as reliable as weather forecasts, or analyst expectations of business/stock performance. I have written many such tests and have realized the pattern, the utility and futility of all tests. Look at this test put up by Adobe - the software maker for Digital creativity. This test... Continue Reading →

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Right Brain, Left Brain and Optical Illusion

Today I received a forward on WhatsApp about a color illusion. It said: If your right brain is dominant , you will see combination of pink and white color, and if your left brain is dominant, you will see it in grey and green color. Try with ur loved ones, very interesting. I saw Grey... Continue Reading →

Jamais Vu

I had heard about Deja Vu. I had also heard a funny line on Deja Vu and Amnesia. It said: "I am having a mixed feeling of Deja Vu and Amnesia. I think I have forgotten this before..." But I didn't know that there was a word opposite to Deja Vu. It is Jamais Vu... Continue Reading →

Magic of Compounding

Magic of Compounding: In 1626, Peter Minuit of Netherlands bought the island of Manhattan from the Lenape people for a basket of clothes, beads and other stuff that would have been worth just $24 then. Now, you might think that the native Americans were robbed. Actually, if they were able to invest that $24 in... Continue Reading →

Another Gem From Feku Vyas i.e Chowkidar Maharshi

India's Pradhan Sevak and Chokidar Shri Narendra "Feku" Modi is Maharshi Vyas of Fekuism /lies... व्यासोत्छीष्टम् जगद् सर्वम्। It means Maharshi Vyas has touched entire world (i.e. written about all the knowledge in the world). Similarly this liar, the Feku Vyas he has not left any domain untouched where he has not spinned a story... Continue Reading →

100 Years of Jallianwala Bagh

On 13th April 1919 (exactly 100 years ago), General Reginald Dyer gave firing order in Jallianwala Bagh. He was known as "The Butcher of Amritsar" for this heinous massacre. In 1940 he was assassinated in London by Udham Singh General Dyer: Udham Singh: For those who can read Hindi, here is a good blog about... Continue Reading →

On “Life Begins At Forty”

You must have heard the phrase "Life begins at forty". I often wondered where did that phrase come from. But I did not bother to find an answer until recently - when I started approaching 40 ☺️ So here is what I read about the origins of the phrase. Life Begins at Forty was a... Continue Reading →

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