I have this disorder to read your mind.

I have this disorder to read your mind,

And to you, it’s not very kind.

Quickly analyses what you keep from me,

To your lies, it doesn’t turn blind,

Your painstaking efforts to hide the truth,

Your calculated gestures or courteous rewinds,

Everything is exposed when sixth sense comes to grind,

I have this disorder to read your mind.


 Why do people like your post?

Wonder why random people like random tweets. Feels awkward why some people are obsessed with liking posts. I found that different people use ‘likes’ for different purposes. Here are some of them listed below:

1) Like Showing Appreciation:

A like is the simplest yet most effective way to say ,”I like this tweet/post!” This is the purest form in which a ‘like’ can be used:D

2) Like as Bookmark to tweets:

Some people like tweets just for future reference. It could be anything from entertaining posts to useful guides.

3) Automated likes:

Some brands will set up bots to monitor certain hashtag uses, keywords, or other Twitter search results, looking for new content. When that content appears, the bot will like the post. It is an automated process.

4) Like as Acknowledgement:

Sometimes a like is a way to show that “I saw your post!” It usually happens when the liker have nothing to say to continue the post.

5) Like Showing Support:

A like, many times, is a gesture showing support to your friend, colleague or may be a crush.

6) Like Seeking Followers:

Random people like random tweets in the hope the person who gets the likes might visit their timeline and follow them;)

7) Like as Contest Rule

Sometimes while participating in a contest, one has to Retweet and/or Like tweets.

8) Please-Notice-Me-Like:

Some likes are innocent 😇. The liker just wants you to notice him. That’s it;)


‘Mumbai’s Dabbawalas’ Case Study

Dabbawalas are the human lunch box carriers of Mumbai. They collect the lunch boxes with freshly cooked food from the houses of office workers and students, deliver it to their individual workplaces and schools. Later on, they return the empty lunch boxes to their residence.  

You must check out these amazing facts about Mumbai’s Dabbawalas 👉🏼
🌟Dabbawalas are not employees but each one of them is a self-employed entrepreneur. 

🌟Dabbawalas are equal shareholders in the Dabbawalas Trust.
🌟About 5000 dabbawalas cover around 70 Sq. Km in and around Mumbai and carry out 400,000 transactions everyday.

🌟Not a single piece of paper is used during this whole process. 

🌟All dabbas have different numbers, colors or other symbols (colour coding system) so the dabbawalas can remember where to deliver a specific dabba.

🌟Dabbawalas performance is brilliant with one error in every 8 million deliveries, or 16 million if you include the return trip.

🌟Forbes magazine has appreciated their efficiency despite the complexity of the process. 

🌟Dabbawalas are mostly illiterate or at least very low educated. An average dabbawala is educated upto 8th grade schooling. 
🌟From Prince Charles to Richard Branson, dabbawalas have won fans all over the world for their management skills. 

🌟Business schools, Universities and Corporate from all over the world invite Dabbawalas to give lecture on their Management skills.
🌟Dabbawalas are certified to the international standard: ISO 9001 in recognition of their reliable quality management system.
🌟Dabbawalas’ is the most environment-friendly enterprise, with zero percent fuel usage, using trains, bicycles and handcarts to get the job done. 


Do you know the Meaning of the Numbers on a PAN Card!

PAN Cards have a 10 digit alphanumeric sequence. Let’s look into what each character of this sequence means:

First 3 Characters

Every PAN card’s first 3 characters represent an alphabetic series running from AAA to ZZZ.

 4th Character

This 4th character represents the status of a PAN holder, which can be one of the following:

C – Company

P – Person

H — HUF (Hindu Undivided Family)

F — Firm

A — Association of Persons (AOP)

T — AOP (Trust)

B — Body of Individuals (BOI)

L — Local Authority

J — Artificial Juridical Person

G — Government

5th Character

This fifth character of a PAN card is the first letter of:

The surname in the case the status is “P”.

The name of whatever Entity, Trust, Society, Organization, HUF, etc. in all other cases.

6th to 9th Characters

The next four numerals are sequential numbers running from 0001 to 9999.

10th Character

The last digit is an alphabetic check digit which is generated by applying a formula to the preceding nine letters and numbers.



Dangal: Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


Dangal is an epic picturisation of an epic real life story. Apt starcast. Hats off to the casting director for finding gems like Fatima Sana Sheikh, Sanya Malhotra and Zaira Wasim. And who is better than Aamir Khan to portray perfection with perfection;) 

Gripping screenplay. You won’t find a moment when the movie goes out of rhythm. 

Wonderful direction of Nitesh Tiwari takes the credit for sound cinema like Dangal. 

Hummable music by Pritam. Songs of Dangal became popular even before the release of the movie. I really enjoyed Haanikark Bapu, Dhakkad and Gilehriyan. 

“National wrestling champion Mahavir Singh Phogat trains her daughters to perfection. Owing to his strict discipline and right technique, her eldest daughter Geeta Phogat wins Gold for India in Commonwealth Games.”

Dangal speaks volumes about training sessions the actors must have gone through. Weight transformation by Aamir Khan. Wrestling bouts of Sana Sheikh. Everything is done to perfection. 

In short, we need meaningful cinema like Dangal to promote sports culture in India. To shrink gender differences. To motivate our youth to channelise their energy towards prestigious achievements.