I have worked in industries like Mobile Device, Consumer Electronics, E-learning and Music & Sound Equipment. I am a part time moody and full time foodie.  My interest ranges from Movies, Music, books, creative writing, sports to technology, social media, business, politics and History. I am currently located in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Here are the list of my favorites.

The best band ever in the world
Favorite Sport, Favorite Team and Favorite Moment
Favorite Book, Favorite Movie

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  1. Word Wabbit says:

    What an interesting blog. I love memes!


    1. Thanks a lot. We are the Memes generation. Aren’t we?


      1. Word Wabbit says:

        I never thought about it that way, but yes, I believe that seems to be what defines us. Looking forward to learning more. Cheers!


  2. Hi Avinash, hope you’ve had a good start to the year.

    I’m a journalist and I’m part of a team launching a news platform called The News Hub. The basic idea is that anyone can publish content – and anyone can earn money from their content (if it’s good).

    Quite simply, I’d love you to write for us.

    Our aim is to put power in the hands of journalists and bloggers. As such, although we’ll cover News, Life & Sport, contributors will have complete editorial freedom within those categories. Essentially, you can write whatever you want, whenever you want – and if it’s good, you’ll get paid for it.

    Please let me know if you might be interested in contributing. I’ve got a PDF I can send over with more details and can be reached on william@the-newshub.com.


  3. bwhite21 says:

    Thought you might find this amusing. New York Times Sunday Review section today had an article entitled “Your Ancestors, Your Fate”. Apparently researchers at Harvard and Berkeley did a historic, cross-cultural study of social mobility premised on surnames. The essence of the study is that certain surnames would be more upwardly mobile than others over the course of generations. They did there study in Chile, China, England, India, Japan, South Korea, Sweden and the U.S.. Centuries later surnames associated with the social elite retain their higher social status. They attribute this in part to genetics. In the U.S. they used indicators of social status tied to professionalism: Doctors and Lawyers. While obviously suspect as a statistical exercise, the good news that in the U.S. the top 3 surnames with this high social status are in order: Shetty, Agarwai, and Gupta.

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  4. Hello 🙂

    I never miss to read your blog. Its fun to experience your thoughts. I have nominated you for the ‘Beautiful Blogger Award’ http://neotajarba.wordpress.com/2014/10/18/thank-you-my-driver/
    Thank you! Keep writing and enriching our experience 🙂


    1. Thank you Naveen for the award. Really glad to see your comment and encouragement. Thank you for inspiring us 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

  5. Hi Avinash – I find your blog really inspiring and hence I have nominated you for “Very Inspiring Blogger Award”. If you choose to accept the award, you may have a look at the rules on my post http://happinessandfood.wordpress.com/2014/11/16/very-inspiring-blog-award/. Congratulations and keep writing and inspiring!! 🙂 🙂

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    1. I can’t believe it took me 5 days to respond to this great honor. Thank you so much Parul. You are very sweet to drop by and read my stupid random posts. Thanks for being around 🙂

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      1. Pleasure is all mine! 🙂

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  6. Kerry S. says:

    Hi Avi 🙂 If you’d like it, there’s a VBA for you here: https://aspernauts.wordpress.com/2015/02/02/versatile-blogger-award/

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    1. Thanks a lot Kerry. I am really honored 🙂


      1. Kerry S. says:

        My pleasure! x


  7. Mou Mishra says:

    Logged in after a long time to leave a comment here, very nice and an inspiration. Keep the nice work going on. Best Wishes 👍


    1. Thank you for your motivating comment. I have not been writing regularly these days because of work pressure and other commitments. Bt your comment will encourage me to write more often . Thank you


  8. Hey Avinash

    By the way of introduction, my name is Poulomi Sengupta and I would like to submit my novel for a review.
    Please find the details mentioned below.

    I expect honest reviews.
    Please let us know how can I send the book for review.

    *Title- The Last Bloom

    *Author- Miss Poulomi Sengupta

    *Genre- Fiction

    *Publisher -Leadstart

    ISBN-10: 9352015479
    ISBN-13: 978-9352015474

    *Brief Synopsis
    “‘The Last Bloom’ is a story of Priya, her dreams, aspirations and struggles to fit into her new college life and its politics. Priya was ecstatic, as she was admitted to her dream college. All her visions of adventurous rock climbing trips, long night jollification with bosom friends, class bunking in lieu of movie shows, tasting lip smacking street side delicacies with classmates-a new exciting world would now unfold before her! But college is different from Priya’s idyllic dreams. In an environment as opposed to that of school, exposed to an educational system, which is controlled by political unions, will naive Priya be able to survive without any political protection? Caught between the college hero Suvo’s charming words and her acrid tussles with conceited college dropout Vivek, will immature Priya be able to differentiate between cajoling false comrades and brutally honest well-wishers? Often degraded by the skittish Shweta and saved by the blunt rebellious Aashi, will Priya be able to identify her friends and stand up for them, against fierce opposition? As Priya undertakes her journey of self-discovery, will she succumb to her deepseated fears and insecurities or will she survive the ultimate test of time?”



    Many thanks


  9. BellyBytes says:

    This is a great way to introduce yourself to the world. When I read your home page, I was a bit put off because I am not into book reviews and I thought your blog was entirely about books. I am glad I went to your About page and found that you are definitely more interesting than a boring book reviewer!

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    1. Ayyo-boring book reviewers !
      I love books but yeah i do write about variety of topics- for still books is where most of my mind is occupied 🙂
      I am glad you find me interesting (very few people do !)


  10. Hi Avinash,

    I saw you’re a United fan. I recommend the ‘Class of 92 Documentary’, I just watched it and it was brilliant, you’ll love it too.

    The reason I’m contacting you is that I am very interested in you reading and potentially reviewing our author’s debut thriller novel titled ‘The Tech’.

    To introduce myself, my name is Rahull and I represent a thriller author named Mark Ravine. He has released a chilling FBI thriller named ‘The Tech’. It is based around a shadowy IT technician named Michael, who from the exterior is bland, and rather forgettable. Despite this, Michael is at the centre of a blood soaked thread of crimes, manoeuvring his way through each crime scene and staying one step ahead of his FBI colleagues. His motives remain unclear but the consequences of his actions are deadly.

    I’d be delighted if you could review Mark’s book, do let me know if this is something you are interested in doing.

    FYI, Mark’s book has already been published, but I can still send a free copy of the book to you in either epub or mobi format, your choice!

    Kind regards,


    1. Thank you Rahull for contacting me. I have already watched Class of 92 documentary, Thank you for the recommendation.

      Regarding Mark’s book, thank you for considering me for the review however currently I am not accepting review requests as I have limited time to blog. However I will keep an eye for the book. Thank you


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