Reveries

A mishmash of spirituality, human relationship, adult and children's literature, news analyses and anti-road-rage tirades

About Me

Myself in a reflective mood!

Myself in a reflective mood!

Primarily, I think, I am a father, son, husband, law-abiding citizen of India, rationalist, spiritual being, and crusader against road rage and anything bothering humans.

I consider myself fortunate to have been able to earn my bread and butter by being an editorial and content specialist in publishing and digital media. And for most part of the past eleven years of my career, I have been playing an extremely fulfilling role of making learning an enjoyable experience for children by creating inviting textbooks and captivating study material.

Nevertheless, I equally enjoy calling myself a social entrepreneur, idiator, blogger, Wikipedian and voice artiste. In my voice profession, I use the nom de guerre Adi.

My hobbies include hogging the morning newspaper, reading books cover-to-cover, submitting myself to addictions called Facebook and Twitter, occasionally being agitated to the extent of pressing the Comment button on news sites, lazy blogging, tuning in to sometimes soothing and sometimes not-so-soothing music, drawing-room singing, attempting to spend quality time with my two lovely, little, divinely beautiful devils and showing off as a repairer of computers and other household appliances.

By training, I am an engineer. And by passion, I am a writer.

I have always considered this blog to be a space for sharing my thoughts, beliefs, sermons and, sometimes, rants! If you have read or are planning to read any of my articles, please spend a few more of your precious minutes to leave a comment or two.

I have another blog at Blogspot.

Contact information:

  • Instant messaging:
    • ranjitjiva (Skype)
    • ranjitdear (GoogleTalk)
    • write2coolguyranjit (Yahoo!)
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  3. Mr Sharma, I am so pleased with your story of two monkeys. How creative! What I liked most was you could challenge my expectation. I was thinking you would reach a moral but you took the children to the corrective suggestions. Thank you

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