Transformation from Teacher to Great Nobody

Hello Guys..

We all have ambitions in our life since class LKG when our parents take us to little parties or get togethers and the grown ups ask us “Doddavladmele enagtiya putti”
Meaning “what will you become once you are grown up”

I innocently used to say “I will become a teacher” and this sentence used to literally make everyone so happy especially my teacher parents. They dreamt of me becoming a very successful teacher someday.

Alas… I really gave them the shock when during my 12th standard results which were really big nightmare for my mom. After this she renamed me as a GREAT NOBODY whom society will never recognize and someday would get married just like any other lady and bla bla bla….

Uffff.. So my mom was pissed off totally that’s when i joined a Degree College for Bachelors Degree in Science. Ha ha ha great expectations from my mom again thinking i shall reform all my mistakes and become a lecturer now.

Thank God she now thanks the Almighty that i did not become one. That’s because i never really went to college actually due to my extra load of extra curricular activities. NCC became my new favorite and i forgot this TEACHER ambition until i was sitting next to HR of my Company interview.

I don’t know what they saw in me but they recruited me and finally i landed up in a MNC. My mom asked me what do you really want to be? And my answer was not teacher or lecturer or software engineer but was GREAT NOBODY.

Yes when she asked me the definition of Great Nobody i said a person who can express himself thru words and yet stay completely anonymous to this mad crowd of people is what i want to be. A person whose existence cannot be erased cannot be ignored but could be tried to criticize.

A great nobody who could be hated by many loved by many but can never be ignored by anyone.

I am still in the process of becoming a GREAT NOBODY. Thanks to WordPress, Blogger, Tumblr, Plinky, YeahWrite, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn etc which helps me to create a presence of my own in this cyberspace.

I hope with all beautiful people like you i surely will be a great nobody who will create a niche on my own with the power of words.

Thanks a lot for giving this post a read.

Love you all,

3 questions which irritate any lady.

Sometimes i just wonder whether some people really have common sense or not.

I really love interacting with lots of people and love to meet all kinds of people. What pisses me off is that sometimes when i am busy socializing in a party randomly some person pops out of the group and asks me either of the below questions.

1. Are u married?

2. What’s ur salary?

3. When are u getting married?

Dude, just because i wear a black chain round my neck doesn’t make me married. Some indian men u see over react a lot.

Secondly why the hell are u interested in my salary when you yourself are earning more than me.

Last and final, its ok to stay single without a boyfriend till i get 30. I mean it should be none of your botheration whether i wanna get married now later or where.

To all those ppl who irritate asking similar questions to girls i say “Go and get some life”


When GE designed this electric flying suit for the U.S. Air Corps, pressurized airplane cabins were not yet in use. At high altitudes, cabins could reach temperatures capable of freezing flesh to metal.

The image above shows a test of a GE electric flying suit at 63 degrees below zero in a cold room at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey in 1941. GIF by Kevin Weir / flux machine

I will admit, and I am not proud of this, I almost gave up — not on writing, but on the idea that I would find a publisher for my debut novel, An Untamed State. The manuscript had been making the rounds for some time and the feedback was mostly positive but not positive enough in that frustrating way that makes you think, If you think so highly of the writing, why don’t you just buy the damn book? Publishing is confusing.

Two Damn Books: How I Got Here And Where I Want To Go (via roxanegay)

How difficult it is to get a book published!!!!!


The Red Panda Network

The Red Panda Network saves wild red pandas and preserves their habitat through the empowerment of local communities by community-based research, education, and carbon mitigation.

You can have tremendous impact on the survival of the red panda by becoming a member of the Red Panda Network. Donations help fund all of our conservation, research, education, forest management, and alternative income programs including our Forest Guardian program, and the construction of a Community Conservation Center in Nepal where we will offer educational workshops for the local community.

If possible, please consider contributing today on the donations page linked here. Every penny counts in our work to ensure a secure future for the red panda, and the people that depend on its home for survival.

Their website is linked above and I have linked their facebook page here.