Archive | April 2012

Rice Plate @ Nagarjuna Hotel. Conquered.

Every now and then I have this strange feeling of being a South Indian. Actually, I am one.

But looking at my eating habits, hardly anyone can guess or believe, I am one. Speaking on the same context, people don’t even believe I am a brahmin guy, if you know what I mean.

Nagarjuna HotelToday was one of those days, I had the itch to eat as much rice as I can. The thought came last evening too.

So me n Shravan headed straight to Nagarjuna on Residency Road, Bangalore. That’s one of our fav places we go when we need to finish all the rice in Bangalore.

For newbies, here’s the report card.

Taste: 8/10
Varieties: 7/10
Place: 8/10

Category: South Indian dishes, Andhra Style Food.

Specials: Biryani/ Mutton Kebabs/ Sholey( Chicken) Kababs/ Fish Fry

Service: I had a bad experience today, but in general when its not crowded. 7/10

So next time, you get the itch for Rice, head straight to Nagarjuna hotel.

Did you try this place? Drop in your review of the place and food.


Praying Lips…..Helping Hands….The story goes on….

I have many friends.

Some Muslims, some Hindu, some Sikh, some Rajasthani, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali and  some pakka Marathas.

I am kind of fusion. Telugu guy born in Orrisa, bought up in between Maratha’s and formative years of my life in between Punjabi’s.

Studied in Chennai between majority of Tamil speaking folks. Working and living between Kannadiga’s from 6 years.

Who am I? I don’t know.

Over period of time, living with different sects and religion, I have learned that

  • No religion is bad
  • Every religion teaches to do “seva” {community service}
  • Spread peace and love. Need comes pick up sword.
  • Just coz u don’t like non-veg, doesn’t make you any veggie
  • And, non-veg price has gone high coz, Brahmin, like me eat all kinds of things walking, crawling, or whtvever.

Plus just remember, a helping hand is always better than praying lips.

If you can serve or contribute anyway, step up, coz it’s not about only you.

It’s about who we are. And how we will be treated next.