Happy Dussehra! : 2 Years Since my First Blog Post

Wow, its already been 2 years(according to the Hindu Calendar)since my first blog post here on this blog! Now that I look back, a lot has changed since then. But this is not the blogpost retrospecting over my past two years(will save it for some other time); its about wishing you all a Happy Dussehra! 🙂

The word Dussehra is derived from the Sanskrit word Dasha-hara – Dasha meaning Dashanan(Ten-Headed) Ravan (The Demon King) and Hara meaning defeat. This day marks Lord Rama‘s victory over the ten-headed demon king Ravana; it also marks the victory of Goddess Durga over the demons Mahishasur; thus signifying the victory of good over evil.

So here’s wishing all the readers of my blog, a Happy Dussehra! May you succeed in all your endeavors in life! May God bless you all!

Best Wishes,

Abhishek V. Potnis

Happy birthday world wide web. I love you. And want to keep you free.

Wishing you a Happy 25th Birthday Web !

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As my business card says, I have an affection for the world wide the web. And, as the web turns 25 this week, I thought it only proper to say to the web ‘I love you’ and ‘I want to keep you free’.

Web heart pic

From its beginning, the web has been a force for innovation and education, reshaping the way we interact with the world around us. Interestingly, the original logo and tag line for the web was ‘let’s share what we know! — which is what billions of us have now done.

As we have gone online to connect and share, the web has revolutionized how we work, live and love: it has brought friends and families closer even when they are far away; it has decentralized once closed and top-down industries; it has empowered citizens to pursue democracy and freedom. It has become a central building block for…

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My First Post

Hello Friends !

On the auspicious day of Dussehra, I  publish my first post to this blog. I have started this blog to share my thoughts about various aspects of life – from philosophy to technology. I am a would-be Computer Engineer, so do expect more of tech posts than philosophical ones.

As you may know Dussehra signifies the victory of good over evil. So, with this I wish to personally pass on a message, which I firmly believe in – It is not the external evil that needs to be fought, but the internal evil…….

So friends, Wishing you a Happy Vijayadashami ! May you all prosper and be happy always !