Where am I now?

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Where am I now these days?  Am I changed? Where is the old Charu who keeps blogging all the time for that I used to get a scoldings from my team manager in Zoho.  I know Zoho is the one who taught me a lot of things to learn from outside world and survive.  But now all the things has been gone.  Im sure at least by now I will find time to blog.  Earlier times I kept the tag as ‘Nothing is impossible’.  Now it has been changed to my view of viewing the world.

Help needed.  Im looking out for the activity for my kiddo.  Suggest me few.

-Charu.

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Little one’s small things!

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Hi,

I know I have been away from blogging for a long time.  Im sure I will be regular on my own blogging world.  This Charu is back with full fledge.  My previous post with “back in blogging” was not possible due to the little one at home.  Many knows that how difficult for a parent to sit in front of a computer.  Even time matters.

It always makes you happy when your little one makes you happy.  It is a pleasure for me as a parent.  And when my little Aditya showed his activity in his school, I was overwhelmed with his work.  When he does the work at home we know how he do it and we have been sitting along to see his full work.  When he does it outside from home and our eyes, especially when it comes out neat and even more it looks wonderful too we loved it.  We always appreciate it so that the little one will get encouraged and will do a lot more activity with enthu.

Photos will be uploaded soon.

 

Thanks,
Charu.

Surprising!

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Indeed it is surprising me that I started to blog in the year 2009 and I was active till 2014.  This kid has changed my whole life that I have no time to blog now a days.  And surprisingly when I saw what I blogged in 2009 and now in 2016 when I read them all I feel like.. “is it the same Charu now?” Grrr! I know I have changed a lot.. but still these things made me to worry that I find no time for blogging and I realise now that I was too sensitive during those times.  After all the little one of mine has changed my entire life and my little one taught me everything what life is.  No wonder I call myself as a “true mother”.  I feel guilty for my son that Im not paying more attention towards his naughtiness, Im sure this will fade away!

Back in blogging! Much more surprise are awaiting you!!  Keep looking out.

Daily blog updates! More to come!

 

Signing off as of now,

Charu.

Quotes on Sachin Tendulkar

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Everybody likes to watch Sachin Tendulkar bat, and once he is done, people just can’t stop raving about what they have just witnessed. The soft-spoken 43-year old owns all the records a quiz master would like to use, to frame a question, and not only would the audience have the answers on their fingertips, they would if given the chance, describe his contributions to the minutest detail. Now that Sachin has scored his 50th Test hundred, the cricketing world has been spontaneous in congratulating the champion on his latest achievement. We decided to put together some quotes praising the genius. Do join us as we put our hands together to applaud the world’s greatest batsman.

“Beneath the helmet, under that unruly curly hair, inside the cranium, there is something we don’t know, something beyond scientific measure. Something that allows him to soar, to roam a territory of sport that, forget us, even those who are gifted enough to play alongside him cannot even fathom. When he goes out to bat, people switch on their television sets and switch off their lives”- BBC Sports, on Sachin Tendulkar

“Putting Sachin Tendulkar’s latest feat in a strictly cricketing context would not be fair to the sportsman. His achievements in the world of cricket need to be seen on a par with efforts in any other field – science, art, literature, etc – to push the frontiers of human excellence”- Pakistan daily ‘Dawn’

“I have seen God, he bats at no. 4 for India”- Mathew Hayden

“On a train from Shimla to Delhi, there was a halt in one of the stations. The train stopped by for few minutes as usual. Sachin was nearing century, batting on 98. The passengers, railway officials, everyone on the train waited for Sachin to complete the century. This Genius can stop time in India!!”- Peter Roebuck

“I am fortunate that I’ve to bowl at him only in the nets!”- Anil Kumble

“To Sachin, the man we all want to be”
What
Andrew Symonds wrote on a t-shirt he autographed specially for Sachin.

“We did not lose to a team called India…we lost to a man called Sachin” –Mark Taylor, during the test match in Chennai (1997)

“If I’ve to bowl to Sachin, I’ll bowl with my helmet on. He hits the ball so hard”- Dennis Lillee

“I still think Tendulkar is the best batsmen in the world ahead of Steve Waugh and Lara”- Glenn McGrath

“Sachin is a genius. I’m a mere mortal”- Brian Lara

“I saw him (Sachin) playing on television and was struck by his technique, so I asked my wife to come look at him. Now I never saw myself play, but I feel that this player is playing much the same as I used to play, and she looked at him on Television and said yes, there is a similarity between the two…his compactness, technique, stroke production… it all seemed to gel”- Sir Don Bradman

“There are 2 kind of batsmen in the world. One Sachin Tendulkar. Two all the others.”- Andy Flower

“Sachin Tendulkar has often reminded me of a veteran army colonel who has many medals on his chest to show how he has conquered bowlers all over the world”- Allan Donald

“India’s fortune will depend on how many runs the little champion scores. There is no doubt Tendulkar is the real thing”- Sunil Gavaskar

“When we used to play, we thought no one can break Sunil Gavaskar’s record. No one could think about 50 Test centuries at that time. This is certainly a big knock under the circumstances, better than the 200s and 300s”- Kapil Dev

“Well, it’s such a record that you can only compare it with Bob Beamon’s long-jump world record set in the 1968 Olympics in Mexico. At that time it seemed that it would never be broken. Tendulkar’s 50 Test centuries is one such records which doesn’t look like being surpassed”- Sunil Gavaskar

“Sachin’s feat is unbelievable.I was as thrilled as rest of my countrymen”-Bishan Singh Bedi

“I congratulate Sachin and his whole family. He is the greatest batsman of the game. He is only getting better with age”- Sourav Ganguly

“Every run that comes off Sachin’s blade is a record. He has shown the world how to perform under pressure”- Sharad Pawar

“Tendulkar can now rightly lay claim to the title of being the greatest batsman in cricket history. And if some people argue about his greatness then there are certainly no arguments about his being the most prolific, he is a complete run machine and his 50th Test hundred is a testimony of his endurance and passion for the sport”- Rashid Latif

“It was clear to us even when he walked out to bat in that Test as a teenager that he had talent. The fact that he has been around for 21 years and done justice to that god gifted talent in both forms of the game is an achievement any cricketer would be proud off. It will be difficult for anyone to break his record”- Javed Miandad

“I think it is just the way he has changed the game overall and his own game because there are so many situations he has faced. He is now competing mostly against himself, like most great cricketers do. I think he has mastered all of them. The only challenge he has is to beat himself every time he walks out there because he has done almost everything”- Kumar Sangakkara

“Tendulkar’s 50th Test hundred amongst his most important for India, thrilled”- Shashi Tharoor

“It’s the greatest achievement by a batsman ever”- Yuvraj Singh

“There is little doubt in my mind that this is one of the great moments in Test cricket”- Harsha Bhogle

“He is the God of cricket and it’s a super human effort. He has dedicated 21 years in International cricket and that’s amazing”- K Srikkanth

“It was an absolutely outstanding innings, an outstanding milestone in history of cricket. It has never happened in the history of cricket and I don’t think anybody would ever reach such a milestone. It’s been 21 years but he has retained the same enthusiasm, which I saw in 1988. He is so focussed, so passionate and disciplined. Every time he occupies the crease, there is a record.”- Dilip Vengsarkar

“This was expected… This is one of the finest achievements in cricket history. It is a fantastic performance by Sachin . Records do not matter to him. He will keep playing and records will follow him.”- Chandu Borde

“The innings showed his keenness and caliber. I was very impressed by the way he ran between the wickets. It’s a monumental effort and a great achievement. It’s an unbelievable performance and no cricketer can come close to this mark, leave alone erasing it”-Gundappa Vishwanath

“He has reached the pinnacle of his cricketing career and I am sure his hunger for runs is still there. He has been achieving milestones, one after another, and it is beyond any cricketer’s calibre to match Sachin’s feat”- Syed Kirmani

“Earlier, Indian batting entirely revolved around Tendulkar. But with the emergence of Dravid, Laxman, Sehwag and Gambhir, there is less pressure on Tendulkar. And when you are under less pressure, you start enjoying and playing more freely”- Madan Lal

“Congratulations to Sachin Tendulkar for becoming the first person ever to score 50 test hundreds, absolute superstar”- Rohan Bopanna on twitter

“He has defined cricket in his fabulous, impeccable manner. He is to batting what Shane Warne is to bowling”- Richie Benaud

“Technically, you can’t fault Sachin. Seam or spin, fast or slow nothing is a problem”- Geoffrey Boycott

“He is a perfectly balanced batsman and knows perfectly well when to attack and when to play defensive cricket. He has developed the ability to treat bowlers all over the world with contempt and can destroy any attack with utmost ease”- Greg Chappell

“I’ll be going to bed having nightmares of Sachin just running down the wicket and belting me back over the head for six. He was unstoppable. I don’t think anyone, apart from Don Bradman, is in the same class as Sachin Tendulkar. He is just an amazing player”-Shane Warne

“I think he is marvellous. I think he will fit in whatever category of Cricket that has been played or will be played, from the first ball that has ever been bowled to the last ball that’s going to be. He can play in any era and at any level. I would say he’s 99.5% perfect”-Vivian Richards

“India me aap Prime Minister ko ek Baar Katghare me khada kar sakte hain.Par Sachin
Tendulkar par Ungli nahi utha Sakte”-
Navjot Singh Sidhu

“Sachin is cricket’s God”- Barry Richards

“Harder he works, the luckier he gets”- Ian Chappell

Charu.

Back to blogging!

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  I know that its been a long since I wrote a blog from my site. And I make sure I write at least one blog a week.  I have been busy in my personal life these days with my husband my work life, my in laws, my parents.  I hope to write more blog on forthcoming days.  Im not sure whether I have the same curiosity that I have it in Zoho days.  When compared to the previous blogs in my site since 2009 to 2010 there is a huge difference in 2010 to 2014.  And now Im back on blogging not because I have time.. I have a lot of news to share with you all.

Charu.