Monday, August 17, 2009

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As the higher ratios in Fibonacci tends to attain a golden ratio, we all possess a striving quest to be immaculately perfect weaving through happiness & tribulations. Click here.

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Golden future network

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Little from the past line.

1973:I was born in a traditional joint family in Indian town of Amritsar, reared up in Delhi till my serving parents migrated to a satellite town of Faridabad-science in my nerves-to imagine the natural laws since my schooldays.

1990:Willingly joined architecture due to inborn interest in lieu of lucrative software stream from University of Roorkee, thanks to my aunt. Teachers use to get flabbergasted with manual design drawing performance-the quickness, accuracy and design. After this came the scorching hunt for working with a well reputed establishment

1995:Gave me a chance to work under A.Sengupta of world fame and 2 more till 1998 when i opened my own work. Precision of my visions entailed me to design a double duplex for a joint family of Advocates-with it's staggered array of futuristic terraces-it became the most talked about house in the town. My all thanks goes to Mr. Anil Rawal, patron implementing it to a grand success in 2004 with. Also did this economical house for Mr. Sanjay Bakshi. A couple of more clients gave enough vent for my creativity.

2000 gave me the first break into 3 residential apartment housing in sub city of Dwarka-the largest an prototype of 81 blocks with 8 blocks per floor joined with linked lifts yet each condo was four side open and private. The super area:floor area differed by just 8%. The projects were accredited by Delhi Urban Arts Commission.Ext

Yet being allergic with outbound, tried to hunt for some drawing outsourcing work and got a break at elance in 2007. Nice colleagues, buyers. The venture opened into a mission evolving as outsourcing with core-competency of quality CAD and Sketchup skills for fellow architects, civil, MEP engineers etc.

Friday, July 31, 2009

My tumults in Nehru Place.

Friends, the experience maybe shorter than the time I am taking to write this blog. But definitely it is an experience most of us encounter every day and forget it.

I fixed up a business meeting and entered Nehru Place. First of all, one is greeted by a big axle breaker drain. The routing of the traffic is so chaotic. Whereas my meeting point was 15 meters from the entry, I had to zigzag all the way to left and right juggling in order to find a parking area. Fortunately I found one-after parking there I locked the car and started walking-someone from behind asked me to remove the car because the sun reflection on the glass was disturbing him in his shop. I co-operated whereas I am fully aware that the parking zone is not his property.

After idling for 15-20 minutes and zigzagging and guided by parking attendents ahead I again came back to the same old man who repulsively swayed his hand back. Now I was finding myself trapped in the medley of all cars which were “being” parked on the roads.

This was not the first time I visited Nehru Place. 15 years back I did a academic case study on Nehru Place and mentioned that the parking is chaotic. Now, the situation has worsened. Rows and columns of cars and cars-arrays of car keys on the hand of attendants-Dream India is very very FAR off.

My friends, perhaps left India, compromise a lot, just to avoid these kinds of constraints.

No option left I messaged the person and went back all the way to Faridabad.

I think either I am really impractical, or gross injustice is being done to all who work with uncertainty- of their & their property’s safety. In fact I am wondering how corporate management is handling all this-no doubt the childishness is evident even now. Loot-grab the parking-some car owners are not allowing other cars by placing their cars parallel to the road and perpendicular to the other cars. Some have chauffeurs and well chained parking lot-wow.

Well, I’ll choose to lose business, but never to let my integrity take a chance. Hope that this blog gets read by our Urban Ministers and something can be done about this. Jai Hind!

Thursday, May 14, 2009

In search for truth:The heritage of Faridabad.


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Situated on both sides of Delhi-Mathura-Agra road ,& strategically located plain amidst aravali ranges on the west and river Yamuna on the east-Faridabad is well connected to Delhi, Gurgaon and Noida. Recently, separate district of Palwal has been chiseled out. Faridabad is the future destination of develpoment and service hub of Delhi-basically an industrial township-one of the largest in India yet a cheaper investment asset zone for Indian and foreign investors too. Very soon, badarpur border will be linked by improved flyover and metro besides improving connectivity by autos and buses from Delhi. There are 3 main Railway stations-Faridabad, New Town and Ballabhgarh. The development work being carried out is widening improvement of Mathura road.

The city is very famous worldwide due to Surajkund Mela, recently it had 1 Lakh visitors from all over the world. Surajkund is located in serene Aravali hills having Hotel Rajhans and Hill view. The quality of accommodation in both is just superb. You’ll simply enjoy the hospitality of Haryana.

The other legacy are the Badkhal Lake identified for improvement and conservation. Remember the song by Dharamendra & Hema Malini from the burning train “Pehli nazar main humne to apna dil de diya tha tumko” has been pictured on it’s embankment.

Numerous malls have opened up along with Mathura Road. The initiative was taken by Mr Gandhi, who has contributed a lot to make Faridabad cosmopolitan city by building Crown Plaza in tie up with Ansal Group. The plaza is conceptualized by Architect Jitender Saigal. It creates a functional micro-climate matching international standards. It houses kids play areas, Ebony, Spencer, Sagar Ratna and many other food outlets besides being a one stop shop.

SRS group has a very innovative mall. Besides this, Haldiram is available in Parasvnath mall. There are going to be about 30-35 planned malls.

Magpie tourist complex is also a favorite stop point for foreigners visiting the Taj.

My preference is strolling in the Sector 15 market in the evening. Town park is also very well maintained destination. In summers it is well cooled and air cleaned by numerous fountains. It has nice stadia, lot of colleges and best schools. Cheaper goods are also available in NIT faridabad.

Of course, Raja Nahar Singh Palace is in Ballabhgarh. We go there is functions and you forget everything in it’s courtyard and it makes you feel like a king. There is some restoration going in “Rani ki chattri” i don’t know exact pronunciation but it’s gonna be a tourist attraction soon.
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Sunday, April 5, 2009

An innovative system!

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Internet gives quicker decisions with less resources consumed. Yet security of internet voting is a subject which needs to be pondered upon. Yet why not till then, collate the internet voting with actual to verify the figures.
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