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Don’t deliver us from Evil

04 Dec 2011 | no comments » Add a comment

Good vs. Evil, Light vs. Dark etc have had a long battle since the beginning of the intellectual era of mankind. Evil/Dark is always frowned upon. It has been revolted against so much that any talk, discussion on it is seen as blasphemy.


Evil/Dark however is important.


Take for instance the earliest concepts the war

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The roof at Curlies Anjuna

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The roof

05 Nov 2011 | no comments » Add a comment

Once in a while whenever we have that nice content meal at a restaurant.. which really fills you up.. the craving to just lie down for few Min’s to rest the awesome task your tummy just did, kicks in. Of course this is a luxury we don’t usually get

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Steve Jobs

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The monk who sold us iPads

10 Oct 2011 | 12 comments » Add a comment

The monk: Who came to India driven by a need to explore his spiritual self and met Neem Karoli Baba. He adopted Buddhism and even shaved his head and wore monk clothes even when he came back. Buddhist monk Kobun Chino Otogawa presided over his marriage in 1991.


The drug addict: His experiments with

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Dim light photography using canon 50mm - Anuja Chauhan

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The 50mm magic

16 Aug 2011 | 3 comments » Add a comment

If you have bought yourself a canon SLR camera sporting the default 18-55mm lens, and are now wondering which should be the next lens you pick up, I seriously suggest the cheap 50mm f/1.8 lens from canon. The reasons are simple


1. Sharpness
The Canon 50mm f/1.8 is one of the sharpest lens Canon has to offer, some say even sharper than the expensive 24-70mm lens (which is known for sharpness). However I have noticed that at f/2.8 and

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