Skip to main content

About me

I am a software engineer by profession, but I hold a passion for writing.

I love to write stories, poems and anything that can hold my interest.
I also serve as an expert author in ezinearticles and my articles can be viewed here.
I've a writer at hubpages and my hubs can be viewed here 

You can follow me on twitter at http://twitter.com/calicoaster

Popular posts from this blog

Procedure for Registered Marriage in Bangalore, INDIA

Procedure for Registered Marriage in Bangalore, INDIA
I am writing this post from my personal experience on the complete procedure of getting registered marriage done at Bangalore. I don't take responsibility of any change that happens to this, or if you have to pay more at any of the steps. The post is entirely based on my experience with the process and here it goes, which I believe may be helpful for many people who want to get registered marriage done while staying in India.

From the Secret Scroll

When things change in our life, often we have resistance to the change. But if you understand the structure of the Universe, life, and creation, then you will understand that life is change, and nothing ever stands still. Everything is energy, and energy is in continual motion and change. If energy stood still you would be gone, and there would be no life.

Change is always happening for the good of you and for everyone. It is the evolution of life.

May the joy be with you,

My Dream Diary – Day 1

I've been having some really weird and disturbing dreams since quite a time now, and since I forget them the very next day, I am thinking to make a journal of it now and analyze their patterns later.

Yesterday, I dreamt of entering a huge museum kind of building with my hubby. There wasn't anyone inside the building, but I could see a huge hall with superb interiors and lightening. The moment I entered and saw the hall, I was amazed to see that the hall had all the symbols, collections and souvenir of every religion being followed around the world. On the left wall, I could see many Hindu Gods and Goddesses, their paintings – small and large; for the more prominent Gods, there were statues hanging in glass casings and garlands on them. I was staring at them and walking too at the same time, and now I came to the center of the hall. The moment I saw the door from which we entered, I saw that it was raining outside, it was day time and some water was also coming inside the door by…