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Tuesday, August 11, 2009

A tool for fun and temptation: Chocolates

Ever since, I consider myself as a foodie and connoisseur of cookies or sweets, chocolate unofficially became part of my weekly menu and my digestive system.
I prefer milk and white chocolates rather than dark chocolates. When one of students offered me a dark chocolate, I tasted it but didn’t like the bitter-sweet taste it has.
Chocolates have become part of my personal celebration. During Dashami of Bengali people’s biggest festival Durga Puja, I hardly ate chocolates, but during Christmas and family occasions, chocolate became ‘an item’ for the events. The feeling of melted sweet chocolate doing down your throat is simple a divine pleasure.
It’s an irony that children don’t like to drink milk daily, but they jump of chocolate gifts made of condensed milk.
Chocolates are good for healthy diets and they may keep down your blood pressure – says experts. But, now you know, I just don’t eat chocolate for such reasons!
If I have my pocket even half filled with money, I just go to a groceries shop and buy chocolate bars and chocolate gift items of my choice. I pay the money and get it. Fortunately, I never ‘earned’ a chocolate. I have always purchased or gifted chocolates. That’s didn’t minimize in any way my ‘basic instinct’ for tasting more and more chocolates. I like different flavours of chocolates. You can visit for more information about chocolate flavours.
After buying a chocolate, I don’t eat that immediately. I return home and put it inside the fridge. When, the chocolate becomes cold, I feel more addicted to taste it. However, hot chocolate products are also my favourite choice.
So, if you want so sweet taste, you don’t need to earn it, just grab chocolate and place it inside your mouth!

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Number 7 and Biswajit Ganguly

Number Game

My date of birth dies not contain the number 7. and I am not going to talk about seven days of week or seven secrets to become successful in life. All I want is to tell you how seven is related in my life.
In my first technical technical training, I was given an identification number. That number was 52. Add 5 and 2. you get seven. I went my technical training place by a bus. Its number was 223. Add these digits, again you get 7.
I got thrilled by this number when I saw popular movies of James Bond, with license to kill. I only had self-perceived license to thrill people. However number 7 always had a special meaning to me.
Number seven relates to my competitive mentality. I have faced some good competitors, bad competitors and mediocre competitors. Against all three of these categories of competitors I wanted to come out as a clear winner: ‘number 1’. If you convert number 7 to binary number, the number becomes ‘111’. This number better describes my attitude.

If I write my name as Bishwajit Ganguly, you will find that total number of characters in my name become 16. Add 1 and 6 to get 7.

One seven number was with me from my date of birth. I belong to Ganguly fanily. Count the number of characters in the word ‘Ganguly’. You can write it as Gangoly, Ganguli etc. In all the cases the characters in the surname sum up to give 7 as output.

Monday, August 3, 2009

The Story of Another Subhas

[This post is exclusively for people of West Bengal]
“Subhas Ghore Phere Nai.” Was a book on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. Its title meant Netaji still did not return to his home. Another Subhas went away from his ‘Ghar’(Home). And this home was a structure made by love of the masses.
The second Subhash was our West Bengal transport minister, late Subhas Chakraborty who has just passed away. I never shared any political views with him. And I a 100%, politically neutral person. I’ve met him twice face-to-face in my life. He didn’t reflect image of a comrade but a true human being and a great leader.
His opponent in the state always believed in to defeat him in the next Bidhansava Election. They can’t do so now. Subhas Chakraborty continued his life as an undefeated leader. He would continue to do so even after his death.
Why Mr. Chakraborty was different from other Marxists? Subhas Chakraborty was seen in the temple of Hindu Goddess which his other colleagues have not done. He supported state’s opponent party in many issues. Most importantly, he repeatedly criticized some of his own party’s activities, which very few CPM leaders or Marxists have ever done! He had the gut to do that again and again and he still got away with it. Because, his name was Subhas Chakraborty.
He was a CPM leader. His death has made him a leader of the masses. No political color I want here!
That's my tribute to an exceptional leader...