November 30, 2008

Quote of the blog: "Remember that happiness is a way of travel, not a destination." - Roy Goodman
Hey.. Hey.. wait!! Don't presume anything before reading this blog, what it is all about. As I got this type of marriage invitation first time. So just to inform you all that you (unmarried guys/gals) can think of it. You can create a website that will help you plan & share the details of your wedding. Its all free, wouldn't take more than 10 mins. You just need to register on this site. ewedding

You can have different themes as per your wish for your site, can include photo albums, events, quizzes, polls, mailing list, directions, guest book and many more features and functionality. If you are thinking of saving this moment for your lifetime, you can register for your personal domain names with more file storage, transfer, photo storage with available packages.
This website is fantastic! You can put this website up shortly after the proposal and everyone has been amazed by the quality and information. You can watch out some sample 1 2 3 personal wedding domain sites. You have the option to create the website by name of bride and groom.(Depends on availability)

I found one more pretty simple website to create free wedding website with a-lot features.

"A wedding is a start of togetherness... of walks in the rain, basking in the sunshine, shared meals, caring for one another and sensing the love that a marriage carries." So waiting for what.. oh ya for the crush or wanna to get hitched

November 29, 2008

Quote of the Blog: "Blogging is the literature, which is full or mix of prose, poetry, short stories, history, oratory and many more." - Sachin Kumar Gupta
This blog is for those bloggers who wants to move their blog posts from one blog to another (I have tested it through same blogger account). Although I found some other blogs related to this, but I found those ways complicated. Just follow these steps:
1. Enter Into Blogger account. Go to dashboard.
2. Under the manage blogs, Click on the edit posts, from where you want to move/copy the post to another blog.
3. Edit the blog post which you want to copy/move. Click on 'Edit HTML' tab.
4. Copy the whole HTML content from here.
5. Again go to the dashboard where you want to move/copy the blog post.
6. Click on the new post under the blog, where you wants to copy/move the post.
7. Now paste the copied HTML content under 'Edit HTML' tab, and 'Save now'.
8. You even have the option to change the 'Title' and 'Labels for this post'. You can also see the preview of the blog post under 'Preview' tab. More than this, you can even enhance/add/edit more content on this blog.
9. Now if you are ready with your blog, To publish it "PUBLISH POST".
10. Check by clicking 'View Blog' tab, if it is as you want to be.
Note: You can even delete the blog post from your previous blog. Dashboard - Edit Posts - Delete (Click the one which you copied)
If you have any other query, suggestion regarding this blog, Please let me know. I will be happy to know other ways and get the comments.

November 23, 2008

England In India - Nov 6 - Dec 23
After beating Australia, Its time to beat England.
Sachin Tendulkar also back from the 4th ODI match.
Indian Squad:
V Sehwag, SR Tendulkar, G Gambhir, SK Raina, MS Dhoni, Yuvraj Singh, YK Pathan, Harbhajan Singh, Z Khan, I Sharma, MM Patel
England Squad:
IR Bell, MJ Prior, OA Shah, KP Pietersen, A Flintoff, PD Collingwood, SR Patel, RS Bopara, SCJ Broad, GP Swann, JM Anderson

So waiting for what. Enjoy the matches here.
You can even zoom, pause, play as u wish.(May be match will be delayed 5-10 min)

November 20, 2008

Quote of the Blog: "Marriage is the part of life-cycle as coding in SDLC phase. So code carefully; Bug fix may cost alot." - Sach

After a long time, I was attending an Indian wedding, that was one of my closest friend - Prashant Singh Rana. In the hostel we used to call him Bapuji - Saadhu Mahatma. So finally Rana got placed in the social institution. Due to this, I rescheduled my home leave plan to India long time back. As expected many of our batchmates (Sandeep, Sachin Kumar, Abhijeet, Gaurav Saraswat & Bhatt, Shiv bhai, Anish, Chandu, Ankit, Jagwani, Captain, Mahendra, Raj, Rubi, Asthana), juniors frm IIIT came as per the mentioned address. Some of them (including me) got confused due to 2 nearby Shiv Mandir there. Everything was happenning as per the specified muhurat and planetary positions. We were cracking jokes and pulling each other's leg. Now its time to capture some moments of the eve, had the group photos alongwith the groom.


Now its time to rock- jump on the Delhi roads; i mean, we were proceessing with Band & Barat. Our group initiated the dance and whatever song it was, we were in the Bhangra style. Sometimes, Above us Metro train was running but everyone was busy in dancing. Rana also wants to dance but couldn't, due to some terms & conditions :-)
Now the barat reached the place where Deepika bhabhiji was waiting for Prashant. But Prashant couldn't hide the smile as well that he was desperate to see his loving bride face. Now it was time for the 'Jaimaal Karyakram', But bhabhiji beated in the game over stage (where bride and groom used to put on the garland to each other with the support of their family and friends). We also had a group snap with the couple.





Then we had dinner there. In the meantime some of our friends already left the place due to next day office and some always have their excuses. We proceeded towards the 'Saat Phere Mandap' where Panditji was preaching Sanskrat Shlok with proper explanation. Prashant had full attention to those words. We were staying there in a room where we shared our 1 yr experience in the comp, places we visited and our M.Tech. days.



After that couple came up for their dinner and Prashant introduced us with the bhabhiji and we had some chat. After that it was the time of tearing - Vidai :-) and we were on our ways after that. Iti Shri Deva Khande Prashant-Deepika Vivah Sampanna Bhavati ;-)

"Heartly Congratulations to Deepika-Rana to gain entry into The better half of your lives, With your life's BETTER HALVES. Wishing you a Happy Married Life".
This blog is for those friends who couldn't manage to attend the Vivah and for those who manage to attend the connubial to remember those moments, and dedicated to conjugal couple.

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