1. Aalaap Yogendra Jawadekar
    May 17, 2011 @ 10:31 am

    I agree with you! Being in Badlapur, I am very fortunate to have experienced both the extremes of the society! within 20 km radius of this town one can find the so called ‘Mall culture’ environment but on the other side of the centre of the circle and are those dark deadly villages where people dont even have electricity in their houses!


  2. shweta gandhi
    May 17, 2011 @ 2:28 pm

    hey nice one…u sure seem to find your words amidst all crazy schedule!!!…lage raho..


    • vishalt
      May 18, 2011 @ 5:01 am

      thanks a lot..!! hav fun.


  3. Joshua
    June 10, 2011 @ 3:12 am

    Great post. As an American, I’ve definitely had my eyes opened in Taiwan – even though there isn’t abject poverty and most people here are actually pretty wealthy. I think changing my standard of living in a way that is more simple was a great thing for me – and will be weird to return to my old ways when I get back.


    • vishalt
      June 10, 2011 @ 3:54 am

      Happy realization….!!! the world is full of ‘surprise me’ kind of situations, stories. here in India, what i have written is only a passing thought. i reality the picture is much grave. the soon to be richest man in the world and most number of poor and hungry people of the world reside in the same country, more so in the same city to a large extent. this is an ominous sign, backed by lots of corruption. As for America, i especially like it when you guys look out of the window, beyond American shores.

      thanks for dropping by,

      keep in touch


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