So in hindsight, a bunch of extremely dedicated team of operation flood is responsible for my well being and growth. Imagine the collective good ushered by this scheme, by ensuring that the nation doesn't suffer from milk deficiency. Building credible institutions takes time, but provides dense dividend for generations.
Thank you Varghese Kurian, and National Dairy Development Board, for all the unseen impact on our lives.
Pehle ye wala gana bus suntey they. But ab shayad samajhtey hain.
It's a good movie about the starting phase of the cooperative sector in India. I'm lactose intolerant though
"This is not only a background sound but also the heart beat of the middle class Indians.. a typical Indian train sound which will synchronise with the heart beat of all Indians"-Abhishek Palpala
"If mumbai is a sound , this is how it would sound like."-Jeganath James
"Travel in Mumbai local, put earphone in an ear... Listen local train sound from other. It's heavenly experience when the train sound in both the ears resonates."-Bharat Bhushan
"When Rahman is high.. he doesn't even need lyrics"-Shreyas Pendharkar
"When it comes to background score or music I admire only 2 people, Hans Zimmer and A.R rahman"-Anirudh Tutu
"Eargasm!!!!! listening to this with earphones is sooo good!!"-Monica Gnanasambandan
"this train goes out the world"- Saleem Mohammad
"Oscars? What's that?"-Baba Gyaan Prashaad, 'Banaras Waley'
Presenting Today's track:
PS: Where were you, and what was your age when Slumdog was released? I was, in a dusty small town of western Rajasthan, clutching my merge savings of Rs 10 (in denomination of 2 rs coins), standing in front of a 'CD Parlor', and browsing the latest arrival of mp3 CD's, stumbling on Slumdog, and the shopkeeper bhaiya nudging me with - "ye le jaao, naya aaya hai, issmey thodey alag hat ke gaane hai"....
Latika's Theme from this movie was also quite underrated