Clothing, Food, General, Travel

A Trip to Truly God’s Own Country – Kerala for the ICTT 2013


Sagittarius and travel goes hand in hand. Needless to say, I love traveling. In the past, I've lived & worked in different countries. Includes Moscow in Russian Federation, Oxford in the UK, Cheltenham in Gloucestershire in the UK, London, and different places in India (Kolkata, Mangalore, Bangalore, New Delhi etc) and the list goes on.… Continue reading A Trip to Truly God’s Own Country – Kerala for the ICTT 2013

Food, General, Work

JustEat.In – Horrible User Experience & Customer Service


Hungry we were. Very very very hungry. Earlier today. One of my colleagues and myself. Having worked on a project for a long long time, finally, we decided to take a break - and enjoy some good Chinese food. And since its raining here in Bangalore since past few days, cause of a cyclone build… Continue reading JustEat.In – Horrible User Experience & Customer Service

City, Food

Parathe-wali Gali in Old Delhi – A Must Visit


If you're visiting Delhi for work or travel or otherwise, one of the "must visits" is the Parathe-wali Gali in Old Delhi (aka 'the Parathe Lane'). Absolutely mouth watering "parathas" to devour on. See the clip below to have a complete virtual tour of the area. Gali Parathe Wali or Parathe wali Gali, (literally "the… Continue reading Parathe-wali Gali in Old Delhi – A Must Visit

Apple, City, Clothing, Electronics, Food, General, Movies, Music, Social Media, Sports, Work

Emailer from Jabong – Sums Up Indian E-commerce Scenario


NB: This blog post is NOT directed against any company, person or group(s) in particular. In fact, I myself have purchased over 25+ items from Jabong.com in the past 4 months. 🙂 Customer Service is impeccable. This promotional mailer from Indian e-retailer Jabong.com (Rocket Internet venture launched in late 2011 in India) pretty much sums… Continue reading Emailer from Jabong – Sums Up Indian E-commerce Scenario

Apple, City, Clothing, Electronics, Food, General, Movies, Music, Social Media, Sports, Work

Creating a Referral Program for Your E-commerce Website – Sher Singh Way


A B2C e-commerce site ideally revolves around 4 core aspects: a) a shopping experience b) a social sharing experience c) a referral (invite) experience d) a loyalty program experience A Dot.com that can do these 4 effectively, will survive the 'Dot.com bust' when it comes, which it surely will in India. Sooner or later. Result… Continue reading Creating a Referral Program for Your E-commerce Website – Sher Singh Way

Apple, City, Clothing, Electronics, Food, General, Movies, Music, Social Media, Sports, Work

8 Things To Do if you’re Planning for a Startup (and WHAT NOT TO DO as well) (Startup Series: Episode 6)


You've a great idea. A financially viable business model (on paper). A few key team players in mind (to get on-board). And on verge of securing a good amount of VC capital. All set for the next Facebook? Twitter? Pinterest? Unfortunately NO. Having worked in India for a few startups - whether B2B/B2C - have… Continue reading 8 Things To Do if you’re Planning for a Startup (and WHAT NOT TO DO as well) (Startup Series: Episode 6)

Apple, City, Clothing, Electronics, Food, General, Movies, Music, Social Media, Sports, Work

The Only Book Steve Jobs Had on his iPad 2


Steve Jobs loved reading books - mostly spiritual ones. However, the only book that Steve had downloaded on his Apple iPad 2 for regular reading was - Autobiography of a Yogi. It is an autobiography written by Paramahansa Yogananda (January 5, 1893–March 7, 1952) in 1946, in which he discusses his life story,and which introduced… Continue reading The Only Book Steve Jobs Had on his iPad 2