Happy Moment | My son got engaged

My son, Judhajit’s wedding is fixed. We had organized an elaborate arrangement for the Aashirwaad of the bride and groom in a nearby hotel — The Royal Retreat in Ranchi. The bride’s family came from Dumka, also in Jharkhand. Dumka is the second capital of Jharkhand state. The close family members and friends were invited to bless the would-be bride and groom. They came from places like Amritsar, Bhubaneshwar, Delhi, Kolkata, and Prayagraj. The family members of the would-be bride, Tania, came from Dumka, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Malda, and Mumbai. Continue reading Happy Moment | My son got engaged

e-RUPI | A voucher System Ahead of Digital Currency in India

e-RUPI is a cashless and contactless digital payments medium, which will be delivered to mobile phones of beneficiaries in form of an SMS string or a QR code. These vouchers are person- and purpose-specific, meaning if they are released by the government for the purpose of vaccination, then they can be redeemed only for that. Now you can make payment through this e-Rupi Digital Payment at any place in the country. Continue reading e-RUPI | A voucher System Ahead of Digital Currency in India

Revamping My Aquarium | A Journey to The Unknown

Maintaining a fish tank is a fun, rewarding hobby, and having your own aquarium is a great opportunity to study a marine ecosystem in action. Each new addition gives me joy, which is unparalleled. It’s like a journey, which takes me into the unknown, an ecosystem that I haven’t seen before. It’s really a peep into the unknown like a mystic revelation in front of my eyes. Continue reading Revamping My Aquarium | A Journey to The Unknown

My Son Met with an Accident | A Fateful Day

June 6, 2021 was a normal day. My son Judhajit went to the hospital in the morning for his duties. He is Medical Officer at the Bhagwan Mahavir Medica Superspecialty Hospital in Ranchi. Around 5 PM, he called his mother that he was coming home and he would have his lunch as he was hungry and he could not get the time for lunch during the day. Who knew it would later become a fateful day? Continue reading My Son Met with an Accident | A Fateful Day

Berlin Covid Care | My Experience

I am an MBBS doctor and was preparing for the NEET-PG examination to get into post-graduation course, scheduled in April 2021. It was deferred due to increased cases of COVID-19 and some political issues. I was incredibly angry with this deferment decision since I was preparing for the exams seriously for a few months. We were even given the admit cards a week before the scheduled … Continue reading Berlin Covid Care | My Experience

First COVID-19 Vaccination | My Experience

The COVID-19 pandemic is a global crisis, with devastating health, social and economic impacts. COVID-19 can cause severe disease and death. Safe and effective vaccines are needed because they protect individuals from becoming ill. It’s not a guarantee but it will definitely boost your immunity for whatever is to come next. A COVID‑19 vaccine is a vaccine intended to provide acquired immunity against COVID‑19. Continue reading First COVID-19 Vaccination | My Experience

18th anniversary of our Diksha

Diksha is a ceremony of initiation and the entering of a religious order. It involves a guru giving a mantra to a disciple and having the disciple agreeing to follow a certain religious practice. During diksha, a Guru provides a disciple with a Guru Mantra. The sole aim of the Guru Mantra is to control the senses and set the individual in the path of Brahman consciousness. Continue reading 18th anniversary of our Diksha

10th Anniversary of Indrosphere

Ten years ago, the first post on Indrosphere was published. It feels like I’ve been blogging forever, but at the same time, those ten years went by quickly! Blogging has been a big part of my life. I think blogging has made me a better human though. It’s been an amazing 10 years. The posts have received 158,956 visitors from 187 countries, 378,913 views, 9,025 likes, and 2,603 comments. We’re humbled. We want to thank the readers and 1,591 followers of this blog. We appreciate your encouragement and kind words. Continue reading 10th Anniversary of Indrosphere

Shops Without Shopkeepers | Mizoram

Hidden from the world’s eye in between Bhutan, Bangladesh, China, and Myanmar, the North Eastern region of India seems detached from the rest of the nation — even on the map. Inside the deep jungles of Mizoram, just two to three hours from the state capital Aizawl, the local Mizo community practices a unique tradition: nghah loh dawr or shops without shopkeepers. The people of Mizoram are true role-models for us to be inspired from. We should all aspire to reach their collective sense of honesty and integrity. Continue reading Shops Without Shopkeepers | Mizoram