BST quần jeans cực chất của blogger Ba Lan


Karina sở hữu bộ sưu tập những chiếc quần jeans và tregging đang được "săn lùng ráo riết".
Thông tin nhân vật:

Tên: Karina.

Tuổi: 23.

Nơi ở: Cracow, Ba Lan.

Công việc: hiện Karina vẫn đang là sinh viên nhưng cô nàng đã là chủ nhân của blog thời trang “Karina in fashionland” với phong cách mới lạ.

Chắc hẳn cái tên Karina vẫn còn khá xa lạ với những người yêu thích thời trang. Bởi cô nàng chưa phải là đại diện cho các “ông lớn” làng mốt, càng không nằm trong danh sách model hay stylist có mặt tại mỗi sự kiện thời trang đình đám. “Karina in fashionland” có thể được coi là một trong những blog mới nổi và có lẽ đây cũng chính là khoảng thời gian các thương hiệu lớn đang “thử vàng”, ngập ngừng chờ đợi những đột phá thật sự của Karina trước khi mang cô đến với thành công thật sự. Cũng chính vì lẽ đó nên xì-tai của Karina rất đời thường và mang tính chất “chia sẻ”. Cùng tăm tia cách phối đồ của Karina nhé! Quan jean nam

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Karina mang phong cách rất đời thường và gần gũi.

Rất vui được làm quen với Karina. Đầu tiên, Karina có thể giới thiệu bản thân với độc giả Eva được không?

Xin chào độc giả Eva, mình là Karina, năm nay 23 tuổi. Mình sinh ra ở Chicago, Mỹ nhưng lớn lên ở Cracow, Ba Lan. Gia đình mình đã định cư ở đây từ khi mình 5 tuổi. Mình rất yêu động vật, nhất là mèo. Hiện mình đang có ba em mèo nghịch ngợm và đáng yêu vô cùng. Ngoài ra, mình còn rất thích xem phim, đi du lịch và không thể thiếu shopping.

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Cô nàng hiện đang sở hữu bộ sưu tập quần jeans cực hot.

Eva có thể hỏi về chiều cao và cân nặng của Karina không?

Rất thoải mái nhé. Mình cao 166cm và nặng 50kg. Quan jean big size

Mỗi ngày Karina thường dành bao nhiêu thời gian cho việc make-up?

Tối đa là 30 phút. Còn tối thiểu là….không make up (Cười). Thường thì thời gian make-up của mình phụ thuộc rất nhiều vào việc nơi mình sẽ đến và những việc cần làm trong ngày nữa.

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Quần jeans ôm sát gàm màu xanh/đen chưa bao giờ lỗi mốt. Tuy nhiên, nếu biết cách kết hợp, bạn có thể khiến chúng trở nên mới lạ hơn nữa.

Khi đi shopping, Karina thích mua gì nhất: áo, quần, giày dép hay phụ kiện?

Đây thật sự là một câu hỏi khó đó. Mỗi lần đi shopping, mình chỉ muốn mua…..cả cửa hàng luôn thôi. Mình thích ngắm nghía mọi thứ, từ quần, áo, giày, dép tới đồng hồ, nước hoa…..và thậm chí cả nội y nữa. Và đương nhiên phải tùy vào hầu bao mà mình phải quyết định nên “rước” em nào về nhà.

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Đơn giản bằng cách săn gấu và kết hợp cùng các items họa tiết màu sắc, những chiếc quần jeans của Karina đã trở nên rất độc đáo rồi.


Vậy nếu tính theo số lượng thì hiện giờ trong tủ đồ của Karina, items nào đang chiếm ưu thế?

Nếu chỉ tính tủ đồ năm nay thì mình nghĩ là mình đã mua khá nhiều quần đó. Chưa năm nào mình thấy có nhiều dáng quần đẹp và kiểu cách lại mới lạ như năm nay.

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Tregging da ôm sát kéo khóa túi River Island được Karina rất "bồ kết" và thường xuyên tìm ra nhiều cách phối đồ mới mẻ.

Karina muốn nói tới những mẫu quần nào vậy?

Ví dụ như kiểu quần da bóng hay da trăn chẳng hạn. Ngoài ra còn kiểu quần pha da dọc thân nữa, rồi tregging họa tiết, chấm bi, carô hoặc jeans đủ màu sắc rực rỡ. Kiểu nào cũng đẹp và không thể thiếu trong tủ đồ của mình.

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Skinny gam màu pastel cũng không thể thiếu trong tủ đồ năm nay của cô nàng.

Vậy cách phối đồ của Karina cho những kiểu quần này có gì khác nhau không?

Mình chưa bao giờ nghĩ ra một vài cách phối đồ bài bản cho các items khác nhau. Mà tất cả chỉ là ngẫu hứng thôi, chỉ là đôi khi mình cảm nhận thấy cái quần này mặc với cái áo kia sẽ đẹp, chứ mình chưa bao giờ nghĩ mình “nên” kết hợp cái gì với cái gì. Chữ “nên” đó làm hạn chế sự sáng tạo của các bạn rất nhiều. Vì thế hãy quên chúng đi và mặc những gì mà bạn thích. Đó mới chính là thời trang. Thời trang là thế giới của sự sáng tạo, không phải là lớp học với những quy luật cứng nhắc.

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Karina trẻ trung với tregging chấm bi và chững chạc hơn với quần da báo đi cùng blazer đen.

Karina thường mua quần ở đâu?

Topshop, Zara, Asos và River Island là những cái tên yêu thích của mình. Dáng quần khá nhỏ nhắn và dễ kết hợp. Ngoài ra giá cả cũng rất là dễ chịu nữa.

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Dù rất đầu tư vào bộ sưu tập quần, Karina cũng chưa bao giờ bỏ quên những chiếc váy nữ tính.

Ngoài cách thay đổi trang phục và phụ kiện, đâu là “phương thức hữu hiệu” để Karina biến đổi xì-tai?

Mái tóc chính là vũ khí vô cùng lợi hại của một cô gái. Và việc thay đổi kiểu tóc cũng là cho mình cảm thấy bản thân mới lạ hơn. Đôi khi một kiểu tóc mới chính là cảm hứng cho việc lựa chọn trang phục của mình.

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Những chiếc váy của Karina thậm chí còn rất đẹp và độc nữa đó. Chúng ta cùng chờ đợi gặp lại Karina vào một ngày không xa với bộ sưu tập váy điệu đà của cô nàng nhé!

Cảm ơn Karina về cuộc trò chuyện, chúc Karina luôn thành công trong cuộc sống!

BST áo khoác của Victoria”s Secret


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Siêu mẫu Karolina Kurkova trong một mẫu áo của Victoria"s Secret

Những mẫu áo khoác trẻ trung và duyên dáng của thương hiệu thời trang nổi tiếng Victoria"s Secret sẽ cho bạn một mùa đông thật ấm áp, nổi bật.

Màu xanh nước biển, đỏ tươi, kem là những màu được yêu thích nhất mùa đông này. Bên cạnh đó, vải dạ mềm không có hoa văn cầu kỳ cũng được nhiều bạn gái lựa chọn.

Dưới sự trình diễn của những siêu mẫu đình đám như: Alessandra Ambrosio, Karolina Kurkova, Julia Stegner, Miranda Kerr… những mẫu áo khoác của Victoria"s Secret càng thêm nổi bật và cuốn hút.

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Vĩnh Ngọc

LOVE


After a fight !!
Don’t want 2 talk But, Still You
check Your Mobile to know..
If You have missed call or message…!!!

Love

That’s The Hope of True Love Love is
when u say I HATE U…I HATE U…
And your partner smiles.. and keeps on saying
“You cant…i bet..You cant..”

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♥ Love is when u want to hate that person..
but unknowingly you start loving that person.

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♥Love is when you send a goodnight message and can’t
sleep till your partner’s reply comes!.

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♥This is true Love..
And, after reading this message.. The person who comes first in
your mind you are in love with that person .. ♥♥♥

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Best Regards,

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Grand Central Terminal , New York


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 Grand Central Station, New York

 


 Grand Central station celebrates 100th birthday as New York landmark remains one of America’s busiest transport hubs

PUBLISHED: 22:04 GMT, 30 January 2013 | UPDATED: 23:15 GMT, 30 January 2013
It made its debut in the heyday of cross-country train travel, faced demolition in the era of the auto, and got a new lease on life with a facelift in its eighth decade.
Now Grand Central Terminal, the doyenne of American train stations, is celebrating its 100th birthday as a spectacular collection of photographs captures the famous transport hub and popular tourist attraction in all its glory.
Opened on February 2, 1913, when trains were a luxurious means of traveling across America, the iconic New York landmark with its Beaux-Arts facade is an architectural gem, and still one of America’s greatest transportation hubs. It is also the Big Apple’s second-most-popular tourist attraction, after Times Square.
Grand Central Terminal, shown here around 1930, is one of New York's most iconic landmarks

Grand Central Terminal, shown here around 1930, is one of New York’s most iconic landmarks
One of the most impressively beautiful rooms in the world is the main concourse of Grand Central Terminal, seen here in June 1940

One of the most impressively beautiful rooms in the world is the main concourse of Grand Central Terminal, seen here in June 1940
The station, shown here in 1899, took more around 15 years to build
The impressive station, shown here in 1899, took years to build
Roadbed excavations along Park Avenue during the preliminary construction of Grand Central Station in Manhattan

Roadbed excavations along Park Avenue during the preliminary construction of Grand Central Station in Manhattan
The iconic New York landmark with its Beaux-Arts facade is an architectural gem shown here in 1914 is still one of America's greatest transportation hubs

The iconic New York landmark with its Beaux-Arts facade is an architectural gem shown here in 1914 is still one of America’s greatest transportation hubs

This image shows trains coming and going in Grand Central Station's early days

This image shows trains coming and going in Grand Central Station’s early days
‘We are among the top 10 most-visited sites in the world,’ said Dan Brucker, manager of Grand Central Tours at Metro-North Railroad, the commuter rail service that operates from Grand Central.
 
‘Every day more than 750,000 people come through Grand Central Terminal – that is the entire population of Alaska that walks through here every day. It is the entire population of the state of North Dakota,’ he noted.
Many are commuters who arrive on trains every 58 seconds at the peak of the morning rush, pouring onto the terminal’s dozens of platforms. 
Tourists gasp at the vaulted ceiling and sprawling 22,000-square-foot marble concourse, which has doubled as a film set for movies such as ‘The Fisher King’ and ‘The Cotton Club.’ And thousands from both groups eat and shop at any of the 103 restaurants and stores.

The building, shown here in 1914, cost $80 million to erect

The building, shown here in 1914, cost $80 million to erect
Grand Central was buzzing on December 23, 1932, as holiday travelers tried to get home for Christmas

Grand Central was buzzing on December 23, 1932, as holiday travelers tried to get home for Christmas
Commuters crowded around the engine and tender of the new streamlined train in December 1934

Commuters crowded around the engine and tender of the new streamlined train in December 1934
The station opened on February 2, 1913, when trains were a luxurious means of traveling across America

The station opened on February 2, 1913, when trains were a luxurious means of traveling across America
Hollywood stars Clara Bow, pictured left with singer Harry Richman, and Jean Harlow, pictured right, are shown arriving at Grand Central Station in the 1930s
Jean Harlow, famous platinum blonde siren of the screen, is shown as she arrived in New York City at Grand Central Station in the 1930s
Hollywood stars Clara Bow, pictured left with singer Harry Richman, and Jean Harlow, pictured right, are shown arriving at Grand Central Station in the 1930s
‘There are a lot of beautiful old train stations in this country but none as big, and none as ornate, and none as elevated and well-known as Grand Central,’ said Gabrielle Shubert, the director of New York Transit Museum. 
The February 2 anniversary will mark the start of year-long celebrations commemorating the centennial with exhibitions, performances, promotions and public events.
Since its beginnings in 1913, when Grand Central was dubbed the greatest railway terminal in the world with an $80 million price tag, it has been an integral part of New York.
In its early heyday Grand Central was a center of culture, with an art gallery, theater and tennis court, as well as a commerce hub with travelers boarding trains like the Yankee Clipper and the 20th Century Limited for luxurious long-distance trips.

Grand Central Terminal survived many ups and downs and is celebrating its 100th anniversary

Grand Central Terminal survived many ups and downs and is celebrating its 100th anniversary
Grand Central Terminal plays host hundreds of thousands of visitors each day

Grand Central Terminal plays host hundreds of thousands of visitors each day
The station had an extensive facelift in the 1990s and was nearly demolished about 55 years ago but survived

The station had an extensive facelift in the 1990s and was nearly demolished about 55 years ago but survived
A large gold plated chandeliers hangs off the main concourse

A large gold plated chandeliers hangs off the main concourse
The iconic station, complete with its 14-foot Tiffany clock, is one of the most visited sites in the world

The iconic station, complete with its 14-foot Tiffany clock, is one of the most visited sites in the world
‘As early as 1929 there were individually controlled air conditioning in the staterooms,’ said Brucker, adding that chefs and hairdressers traveled with the well-heeled clientele.
But following World War Two, as government subsidies helped build airports and improve roads, the Golden Age of rail travel lost its luster, relegated to the status of dowdy old-timer as planes and autos took the forefront in travel, propelled by speed and lower prices.
During the ensuing decades Grand Central deteriorated, property prices in New York rose dramatically and plans were commissioned to demolish the terminal.
But a reprieve, spearheaded by former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, led to its designation in 1976 as a National Historic Landmark, a decision upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court.
A view of the clock in the center of the main concourse at Grand Central Terminal in New York

A view of the clock in the center of the main concourse at Grand Central Terminal in New York

Park Avenue south direction is pictured from a view looking out from the Tiffany clock over Park Ave and 42nd St. at Grand Central

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Mahayogi, Mahswami has been a leading light on Hindu Mythology and philosophy and Shri Mahesh is doing yeomen service to the mankind by sharing the treasure with all of us.

Sage of Kanchi

 

 

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Although we understand this well, our human mind tends to go back to the confused state soon 🙂

ஒவ்வொரு ஸ்வாமியையும் குறித்ததாக ஒவ்வொரு புராணம் இருப்பதால் சில ஸந்தேஹங்கள் வருகின்றன. சைவமான புராணங்களில், சிவன் தான் பரமாத்ம தத்வம்;சிவன்தான் ஸ்ருஷ்டி-ஸ்திதி-ஸம்ஹாரம் எல்லாவற்றுக்கும் அதிகாரி. இவர் சொல்படி இவருக்கு அடங்கித்தான் விஷ்ணு பரிபாலனம் பண்ணுகிறார். அவர் (விஷ்ணு) வெறும் போகி, மாயையில் அகப்பட்டுக் கிடப்பவர். சிவன்தான் யோகி, சிவன்தான் ஞானஸ்வரூபி’என்றெல்லாம் சொல்லியிருக்கும். ‘சிவனுக்கு விஷ்ணு அடங்கினவர். சிவனை விஷ்ணு பூஜை பண்ணுகிறார். சிவனுக்கு அடங்காமல் சில சமயத்தில் அவர் சிவனை எதிர்த்தபோது தோற்றுப்போய் மானபங்கப் பட்டிருக்கிறார்’என்றெல்லாம் சொல்லி, இது ஒவ்வொன்றுக்கும் திருஷ்டாந்தமாக அநேக கதைகளைச் சொல்லியிருக்கும். வைஷ்ணவமான புராணங்களைப் பார்த்தாலோ இதை அப்படியே தலைகீழாகத் திருப்பி வைத்து, அதற்கும் ஆதரவாக ஏகப்பட்ட விருத்தாந்தங்களைக் காட்டியிருக்கும். “பேய் பிசாசுகளைக் கட்டிக்கொண்டு சுடுகாட்டில் உட்கார்ந்திருக்கிற சிவனா ஒரு ஸ்வாமி?சக்கரவர்த்தியான வைகுண்டநாதனின் தாஸர்தான் அவர்”என்று அவற்றில் சொல்லியிருக்கும்.
சிவன் விஷ்ணு என்ற இரண்டு தெய்வங்களுக்குள் மட்டும் என்றில்லை. ஒவ்வொரு புராணத்திலும் ஏதோ ஒரு தெய்வத்தை – அது ஸுப்ரமண்யராயிருக்கலாம், பிள்ளையாராக இருக்கலாம், அல்லது சூரியனாக இருக்கலாம். ஏதோ ஒன்றை – முழுமுதற் கடவுளாகச் சொல்லி மற்ற எல்லா தெய்வங்களையும் மட்டம் தட்டி, அவை இந்த ஒரு மூர்த்தியைய்த்தான் பூஜை பண்ணுகின்றன., அப்படிப் பண்ணாமல் அஹம்பாவப்பட்டபோது இதனிடம் தோற்றுப்…

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4. Free Education and Free hostel for Handicapped/Physically Challenged children. 
Contact:- 9842062501 & 9894067506.


5. If anyone met with fire accident or people born with problems in their ear, nose and mouth can get free PLASTIC SURGERY done by Kodaikanal PASAM Hospital . From 23rd March to 4th April by German Doctors. 
Everything is free. Contact : 045420-240668,245732 
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-Don’t waste Water & Electricity. 
-Don’t use or burn Plastics 


8. It costs 38 Trillion dollars to create OXYGEN for 6 months for all Human beings on earth. 
“TREES DO IT FOR FREE” 
“Respect them and Save them” 

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10. Heart Surgery free of cost for children (0-10 yr) Sri Valli Baba Institute Banglore. 10. 
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 Brenda was a young woman who was invited to go rock climbing. Although she was scared to death, she went with her group to a tremendous granite cliff. In spite of her fear, she put on the gear, took hold on the rope and started up the face of that rock. Well, she got to a ledge where she could take a breather. As she was hanging on there, the safety rope snapped against Brenda’s eye and knocked out her contact lens.

Well, here she is on a rock ledge, with hundreds of feet Below her and hundreds of feet above her. Of course, she looked and looked and looked, hoping it had landed on the ledge, but it just wasn’t there. Here she was, far from home, her sight now blurry. She was desperate and began to get upset, so she prayed to the Lord to help her to find it.

When she got to the top, a friend examined her eye and her clothing for the lens, but there was no contact lens to be found. She sat down, despondent, with the rest of the party, waiting for the rest of them to make it up the face of the cliff.

She looked out across range after range of mountains, thinking of that Bible verse that says, “The eyes of the Lord run to and fro throughout the whole earth.” She thought, “Lord, You can see all these mountains. You know every stone and leaf, and You know exactly where my contact lens is. Please help me.”

Finally, they walked down the trail to the bottom. At the bottom there was a new party of climbers just starting up the face of the cliff. One of them shouted out, “Hey, you guys! Anybody lose a contact lens?” Well, that would be startling enough, but you know why the climber saw it? An ant was moving slowly across the face of the rock, carrying it.

Brenda told me that when she told her father the incredible story of the ant, the prayer, and the contact lens, he of an ant lugging that contact lens with the words, “Lord, I don’t know why You want me to carry this thing. I can’t eat it, and it’s awfully heavy. But if this is what You want me do, I’ll carry it for You.” I think it would probably do some of us good to occasionally say, “God, I don’t know why you want me to carry this load. I can see no good in it and it’s awfully heavy.
But, if you want Me to carry it, I will.” 

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The family doctor told little John that he could save his sister’s life by giving her some blood. The little five-year-old girl was very near death, she was a victim of the same deadly disease from which John, her elder brother of age eight, had made a marvellous recovery two years earlier. The only chance for restoration to health was a blood transfusion from someone who had previously conquered the illness.
Since the two children [John and the sick little sister] had the same rare blood type, the boy was the ideal donor.
“John, would you like to give your blood for your sister Mary?” the doctor asked him.
The boy hesitated. His lower lip started to tremble out of fear. Then he finally smiled, and said, “Yes, Doctor. I’ll give my blood for my sister.”
Soon the two children were wheeled into the operating theatre – Mary, now very pale and thin; John, robust and the picture of health. Neither of them said a word, they both remained silent. but when their eyes met, John grinned…
s his blood siphoned into Mary’s veins, one could obviously see new life come into her weak and tired body. The ordeal was almost over when John’s brave little voice broke the long silence, “Say Doctor, when will I die?”
It was only then that the doctor realised what the moment of hesitation, the trembling of the lip, had meant earlier.
Being just a little bey, John actually thought that when giving his blood to his sister he was giving up his life! And in that brief moment, the final decision that he had made was the greatest love of all…
The doctor was moved by the little boy’s brave final decision… the unconditional sacrificing love…
MESSAGE OF THE STORY: Sacrificing out of what you have is human nature, but sacrificing all of what you have needs a lot of LOVE.
Nowadays people always think of what they can get in return before giving, if the return is less than their givings, then they will be reluctant to give. Always think of what you can do to help others and not just what you can get from them.
Life is the supreme possession of every one. Like they say, There is no greater sacrifice than the willingness to die to give life to another person . Similarly here, a young boy agreeing to sacrifice his own life for the sake of saving his sister’s life! The supreme love and affection indeed
 
 

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The family doctor told little John that he could save his sister’s life by giving her some blood. The little five-year-old girl was very near death, she was a victim of the same deadly disease from which John, her elder brother of age eight, had made a marvellous recovery two years earlier. The only chance for restoration to health was a blood transfusion from someone who had previously conquered the illness.
Since the two children [John and the sick little sister] had the same rare blood type, the boy was the ideal donor.
“John, would you like to give your blood for your sister Mary?” the doctor asked him.
The boy hesitated. His lower lip started to tremble out of fear. Then he finally smiled, and said, “Yes, Doctor. I’ll give my blood for my sister.”
Soon the two children were wheeled into the operating theatre – Mary, now very pale and thin; John, robust and the picture of health. Neither of them said a word, they both remained silent. but when their eyes met, John grinned…
s his blood siphoned into Mary’s veins, one could obviously see new life come into her weak and tired body. The ordeal was almost over when John’s brave little voice broke the long silence, “Say Doctor, when will I die?”
It was only then that the doctor realised what the moment of hesitation, the trembling of the lip, had meant earlier.
Being just a little bey, John actually thought that when giving his blood to his sister he was giving up his life! And in that brief moment, the final decision that he had made was the greatest love of all…
The doctor was moved by the little boy’s brave final decision… the unconditional sacrificing love…
MESSAGE OF THE STORY: Sacrificing out of what you have is human nature, but sacrificing all of what you have needs a lot of LOVE.
Nowadays people always think of what they can get in return before giving, if the return is less than their givings, then they will be reluctant to give. Always think of what you can do to help others and not just what you can get from them.
Life is the supreme possession of every one. Like they say, There is no greater sacrifice than the willingness to die to give life to another person . Similarly here, a young boy agreeing to sacrifice his own life for the sake of saving his sister’s life! The supreme love and affection indeed
 
 

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The family doctor told little John that he could save his sister’s life by giving her some blood. The little five-year-old girl was very near death, she was a victim of the same deadly disease from which John, her elder brother of age eight, had made a marvellous recovery two years earlier. The only chance for restoration to health was a blood transfusion from someone who had previously conquered the illness.
Since the two children [John and the sick little sister] had the same rare blood type, the boy was the ideal donor.
“John, would you like to give your blood for your sister Mary?” the doctor asked him.
The boy hesitated. His lower lip started to tremble out of fear. Then he finally smiled, and said, “Yes, Doctor. I’ll give my blood for my sister.”
Soon the two children were wheeled into the operating theatre – Mary, now very pale and thin; John, robust and the picture of health. Neither of them said a word, they both remained silent. but when their eyes met, John grinned…
s his blood siphoned into Mary’s veins, one could obviously see new life come into her weak and tired body. The ordeal was almost over when John’s brave little voice broke the long silence, “Say Doctor, when will I die?”
It was only then that the doctor realised what the moment of hesitation, the trembling of the lip, had meant earlier.
Being just a little bey, John actually thought that when giving his blood to his sister he was giving up his life! And in that brief moment, the final decision that he had made was the greatest love of all…
The doctor was moved by the little boy’s brave final decision… the unconditional sacrificing love…
MESSAGE OF THE STORY: Sacrificing out of what you have is human nature, but sacrificing all of what you have needs a lot of LOVE.
Nowadays people always think of what they can get in return before giving, if the return is less than their givings, then they will be reluctant to give. Always think of what you can do to help others and not just what you can get from them.
Life is the supreme possession of every one. Like they say, There is no greater sacrifice than the willingness to die to give life to another person . Similarly here, a young boy agreeing to sacrifice his own life for the sake of saving his sister’s life! The supreme love and affection indeed
 
 

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The family doctor told little John that he could save his sister’s life by giving her some blood. The little five-year-old girl was very near death, she was a victim of the same deadly disease from which John, her elder brother of age eight, had made a marvellous recovery two years earlier. The only chance for restoration to health was a blood transfusion from someone who had previously conquered the illness.
Since the two children [John and the sick little sister] had the same rare blood type, the boy was the ideal donor.
“John, would you like to give your blood for your sister Mary?” the doctor asked him.
The boy hesitated. His lower lip started to tremble out of fear. Then he finally smiled, and said, “Yes, Doctor. I’ll give my blood for my sister.”
Soon the two children were wheeled into the operating theatre – Mary, now very pale and thin; John, robust and the picture of health. Neither of them said a word, they both remained silent. but when their eyes met, John grinned…
s his blood siphoned into Mary’s veins, one could obviously see new life come into her weak and tired body. The ordeal was almost over when John’s brave little voice broke the long silence, “Say Doctor, when will I die?”
It was only then that the doctor realised what the moment of hesitation, the trembling of the lip, had meant earlier.
Being just a little bey, John actually thought that when giving his blood to his sister he was giving up his life! And in that brief moment, the final decision that he had made was the greatest love of all…
The doctor was moved by the little boy’s brave final decision… the unconditional sacrificing love…
MESSAGE OF THE STORY: Sacrificing out of what you have is human nature, but sacrificing all of what you have needs a lot of LOVE.
Nowadays people always think of what they can get in return before giving, if the return is less than their givings, then they will be reluctant to give. Always think of what you can do to help others and not just what you can get from them.
Life is the supreme possession of every one. Like they say, There is no greater sacrifice than the willingness to die to give life to another person . Similarly here, a young boy agreeing to sacrifice his own life for the sake of saving his sister’s life! The supreme love and affection indeed
 
 

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DRINK WATER ON EMPTY STOMACH


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Hi
 
Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
‎~~DRINK WATER ON EMPTY STOMACH~~

It is popular in Japan today to drink water immediately after waking up every morning. Furthermore, scientific tests have pro…ven its value. We publish below a description of use of water for our readers. For old and serious diseases as well as modern illnesses the water treatment had been found successful by a Japanese medical society as a 100% cure for the following diseases:

Headache, body ache, heart system, arthritis, fast heart beat, epilepsy, excess fatness, bronchitis asthma, TB, meningitis, kidney and urine diseases, vomiting, gastritis, diarrhea, piles, diabetes, constipation, all eye diseases, womb, cancer and menstrual disorders, ear nose and throat diseases.

METHOD OF TREATMENT
1. As you wake up in the morning before brushing teeth, drink 4 x 160ml glasses of water

2. Brush and clean the mouth but do not eat or drink anything for 45 minute

3.. After 45 minutes you may eat and drink as normal.

4. After 15 minutes of breakfast, lunch and dinner do not eat or drink anything for 2 hours

5. Those who are old or sick and are unable to drink 4 glasses of water at the beginning may commence by taking little water and gradually increase it to 4 glasses per day.

6. The above method of treatment will cure diseases of the sick and others can enjoy a healthy life.

The following list gives the number of days of treatment required to cure/control/reduce main diseases:
1. High Blood Pressure (30 days)
2. Gastric (10 days)
3. Diabetes (30 days)
4. Constipation (10 days)
5. Cancer (180 days)
6. TB (90 days)
7. Arthritis patients should follow the above treatment only for 3 days in the 1st week, and from 2nd week onwards – daily..

This treatment method has no side effects, however at the commencement of treatment you may have to urinate a few times.
It is better if we continue this and make this procedure as a routine work in our life. Drink Water and Stay healthy and Active.

This makes sense .. The Chinese and Japanese drink hot tea with their meals not cold water. Maybe it is time we adopt their drinking habit while eating!!! Nothing to lose, everything to gain…

For those who like to drink cold water, this article is applicable to you.
It is nice to have a cup of cold drink after a meal. However, the cold water will solidify the oily stuff that you have just consumed. It will slow down the digestion.

Once this ‘sludge’ reacts with the acid, it will break down and be absorbed by the intestine faster than the solid food. It will line the intestine.
Very soon, this will turn into fats and lead to cancer. It is best to drink hot soup or warm water after a meal.

A serious note about heart attacks:

· Women should know that not every heart attack symptom is going to be the left arm hurting,
· Be aware of intense pain in the jaw line.
· You may never have the first chest pain during the course of a heart attack.
· Nausea and intense sweating are also common symptoms.
· 60% of people who have a heart attack while they are asleep do not wake up.
· Pain in the jaw can wake you from a sound sleep. Let’s be careful and be aware. The more we know, the better chance we could survive…

Mohan K. Ponnath

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DRINK WATER ON EMPTY STOMACH


 

Hi
 
Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
‎~~DRINK WATER ON EMPTY STOMACH~~

It is popular in Japan today to drink water immediately after waking up every morning. Furthermore, scientific tests have pro…ven its value. We publish below a description of use of water for our readers. For old and serious diseases as well as modern illnesses the water treatment had been found successful by a Japanese medical society as a 100% cure for the following diseases:

Headache, body ache, heart system, arthritis, fast heart beat, epilepsy, excess fatness, bronchitis asthma, TB, meningitis, kidney and urine diseases, vomiting, gastritis, diarrhea, piles, diabetes, constipation, all eye diseases, womb, cancer and menstrual disorders, ear nose and throat diseases.

METHOD OF TREATMENT
1. As you wake up in the morning before brushing teeth, drink 4 x 160ml glasses of water

2. Brush and clean the mouth but do not eat or drink anything for 45 minute

3.. After 45 minutes you may eat and drink as normal.

4. After 15 minutes of breakfast, lunch and dinner do not eat or drink anything for 2 hours

5. Those who are old or sick and are unable to drink 4 glasses of water at the beginning may commence by taking little water and gradually increase it to 4 glasses per day.

6. The above method of treatment will cure diseases of the sick and others can enjoy a healthy life.

The following list gives the number of days of treatment required to cure/control/reduce main diseases:
1. High Blood Pressure (30 days)
2. Gastric (10 days)
3. Diabetes (30 days)
4. Constipation (10 days)
5. Cancer (180 days)
6. TB (90 days)
7. Arthritis patients should follow the above treatment only for 3 days in the 1st week, and from 2nd week onwards – daily..

This treatment method has no side effects, however at the commencement of treatment you may have to urinate a few times.
It is better if we continue this and make this procedure as a routine work in our life. Drink Water and Stay healthy and Active.

This makes sense .. The Chinese and Japanese drink hot tea with their meals not cold water. Maybe it is time we adopt their drinking habit while eating!!! Nothing to lose, everything to gain…

For those who like to drink cold water, this article is applicable to you.
It is nice to have a cup of cold drink after a meal. However, the cold water will solidify the oily stuff that you have just consumed. It will slow down the digestion.

Once this ‘sludge’ reacts with the acid, it will break down and be absorbed by the intestine faster than the solid food. It will line the intestine.
Very soon, this will turn into fats and lead to cancer. It is best to drink hot soup or warm water after a meal.

A serious note about heart attacks:

· Women should know that not every heart attack symptom is going to be the left arm hurting,
· Be aware of intense pain in the jaw line.
· You may never have the first chest pain during the course of a heart attack.
· Nausea and intense sweating are also common symptoms.
· 60% of people who have a heart attack while they are asleep do not wake up.
· Pain in the jaw can wake you from a sound sleep. Let’s be careful and be aware. The more we know, the better chance we could survive…

 
Mohan K. Ponnath

From Zero to Hero


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Once penniless in Mumbai, now a crorepati!

Prem Ganapathy receives a memento from star cricketer Virender Sehwag during the Mumbai Festival.

Hunger was his only companion when he roamed the streets of Mumbai in search of a job.

At age 17,Prem Ganapathyleft his native place Nagalapuram in Tuticorin without informing his parents in the pursuit of making money, after a person promised him a job in Mumbai.
Destiny, however, willed otherwise. There was no job as the man promised. Instead he was abandoned in Bandra, a Mumbai suburb. But this boy did not lose hope, he decided to stay back and fight for survival.
Ganapathy turned his misfortune into the biggest opportunity of his life. He found a job as a dishwasher in one of the bakeries in suburban Mahim. He worked for about two years across restaurants in Mumbai doing all sorts of odd jobs. He soon realised that there was a good potential in the catering business .
Finally, in 1992 he took a handcart on rent to sellidli,dosaandvada. His brothers also joined to help him. His items became very popular as they had a different flavour and variety. He even got the homemadesambar masalafrom his native place. Ganapathy’s hand cart did brisk business.
Five years later Ganapathy was confident enough to open the first Prem Sagar Dosa Plaza outlet outside Vashi station in Navi Mumbai. Since then there has been no looking back .. .
“My father instilled in me a lot of positive energy. This is what kept me going strong. I have tried to see an opportunity in every loss. Even when people teased him, saying ‘your son has ditched you and gone far away’, he always used to tell them ‘I am happy for him as I know wherever he is, he will do well’.
If I had not come to Mumbai, I would have never been so successful,” he says.
After Ganapathy completed his tenth standard, he did not want to study further.
“My teacher told me that I should continue studying but I told her frankly that I do not want to study.We had lot of financial problems so I wanted to work and earn money, help my family. Even getting water and firewood was an arduous task. We had to walk miles to get water and firewood,” says Ganapathy.
His father had a tobacco business which ended in a loss. He also incurred huge losses in the farm. With seven children, his parents struggled to make ends meet.
He decided that he would get them a good life.
“Many young boys from our village were working in coffee shops in Chennai. So I also decided to join one of those shops. I worked there for about two years for monthly salary of Rs 250,” he says.
Those days his only ambition was to make money and open a coffee powder shop. However, he was destined to take a different path.
In Chennai, he met a young boy who promised him a good job in Mumbai.
“He said if I pay him Rs 200, I would get job with a salary of Rs 1,200. I wanted to leave but knew my parents would not let me go. I was only 17 years old then. So I left Chennai without informing my parents,” says Ganapathy.
They got down at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, a place where thousands of migrants land every day in search of a better livelihood.
“I was scared but I was willing to take the risk. We took a local train to Bandra and I was eagerly waiting to see where I would begin my new career. He took me to a tea shop and vanished. My worst fears came true. He had just dumped me there,” Ganapathy reminisces.
Dosa Plaza outlet.
It was the most unforgettable day in his life. He could not speak Hindi, he did not know anyone in the city nor did he have any money. Finally, he met a friendly taxi driver and told him his story.
“He took pity on me and said they can collect some money and send him home. The train fare was Rs 121 then. But I said I will not go back home. I will do some work and live here. I slept in the temple compound till I found a job in a bakery in Mahim to clean pizza-baking vessels. I used to sleep in the shop itself,” he says.
After working there for six months, he found another job, to deliver pizza bread to a hotel in Chembur. Later, he moved to Navi Mumbai where he started working as a dishwasher in a restaurant called Gurudev.
“As a Tamilian, I faced discrimination in the beginning. We were given only kitchen work to do. After a while, I started to move out of the hotel, to give tea/coffee to shopkeepers around that area. I used to earn Rs 1,000, three times more than the other boys as this service was based on a commission basis,” he says.
A sincere worker
Ganapathy was meticulous and sincere in his work. Unlike others, he never got into squabbles with anyone.
“I used to keep a note of every person’s requirement, some wanted strong tea, some wanted it without sugar. So I established a good rapport with the outside world. One person who had a small business saw that I was enterprising and hard working so he suggested that we open a food stall on the street on a joint partnership. He invested the money and told me to do the work and he promised me half of the profit,” he says.
The stall near the market area did good business. But the person duped him. He refused to give Ganapathy any share of the profit as promised and said he would give only Rs 1,200 as salary. So he called off the partnership and decided that it is best to do something on his own.
The food stall business
Ganapathy realised that starting a food stall would be the best way to earn good money. Two years after he landed in Mumbai, in 1992, he went back home, got his brothers to help him.
“I borrowed some money from friends and rented a handcart for Rs 150. It was really difficult in the initial days. Many times, the municipality vans used to come and pick our handcart. But I was very positive and determined. I never gave up hope,” says Ganapathy.
“I scored on account of cleanliness and the variety of food I offered. I got the recipes from my mother and brought themasalafrom my village. . . so the food I offered had a distinct flavour, which made it an instant hit.
Supporters all along
Ganapathy was lucky to have helpful roommates. They were very friendly and supportive.
“Since they studied at NIIT, they guided me well. They even taught me a computer course. They also spread the word around about mydosas. My business did well,” he says.
Ganapathy’s day used to begin at 5.30 a.m. everyday. He cooked the food all by himself, used to be on the road till about 3.30 pm. “I took a break of two hours every evening and spent the time surfing at a cyber cafe. I used to read about various businesses and learned quite a lot. My brothers also played a crucial role in making the business a success,” he says.
Dosas, an instant hit
Five years later, when Ganapathy had a regular clientele he became more confident about the business’s future prospects. Interestingly, McDonald’s opened its first restaurant in Vashi near his stall.
“I was amazed to see the long queues of people who wanted to buy a burger. What is so great about the burger, I used to think. That’s when I realised how a restaurant can make a big impact.”
“I did a lot of reading and talked to several people who had similar business. Then I started to look around for a suitable place where I could set up a food outlet and get a good customers,” he explains.
A turning point
Finally, in 1998, Ganapathy decided to take a kiosk outside the Vashi railway station in Navi Mumbai to open the first outlet called Prem Sagar Dosa Plaza. Fortunately he got good response from the first day itself. “I added more variety to the menu. Along with his dosa outlet, I also tried my luck by investing in a Chinese restaurant, but it flopped. However, I tried to add the Chinese flavour in the dosas, which worked very well,” he says.
His experiments with dosas resulted in exotic varieties like American Chopsuey, Schezwan Dosa, Paneer chilly, Spring roll dosa to name a few. Within a year, Dosa Plaza had created 25 original varieties of dosas.
“I did a lot of experiments to improve the taste and variety. By 2002, Dosa Plaza had 104 delicious varieties of dosas.”
“In 2003, a new mall called Centre One opened in Vashi. The people from mall management team who knew me suggested that I open an outlet in the mall.”
So Prem Sagar Dosa Plaza joined the big league of restaurants to open a swanky outlet in the mall which attracted a lot of attention.
Dosa Plaza gained popularity, got a lot of media coverage as well. Ganapathy started offering franchises to people who wanted to set up the outlet elsewhere.
The first franchise outlet opened at Wonder Mall, in Thane. Even today, he supplies the special masala (the ingredients are known only to him) made at his production facility in Vashi. The franchisees are also given trained professionals.
Ganapathy went for a brand-building exercise for better visibility. “The brand makeover helped. We got a new logo design as ‘approved by Dr. D’, and changed the name to Dosa Plaza. This was a big boost to the business.
Dosa Plaza has indeed become a runaway success. Today, we have 35 outlets including franchiees. We plan to make it 100 outlets by 2011,” says an optimistic Ganapathy.

“In 2008, we opened franchisee outlets in New Zealand. About 50 per cent of our clients in New Zealand are locals. In fact, the former Prime Minister of New Zealand, Helen Clark and other ministers had dinner from our outlet,” says Ganapathy. The next outlets will be in the US and Dubai. Today, Dosa Plaza has 35 outlets across 10 states in India with a turnover of over Rs 5 crore (Rs 50 million).

Ganapathy’s dream is to make Dosa Plaza a global brand with outlets across the world.The Dosa Plaza success story has also become a case study for management students.
“APhD student from the SIES college did a project work based on Dosa Plaza. I was invited to the college for an interaction with students,” says Ganapathy.
For Ganapathy, who has visited almost all the colleges in New Bombay to personally make dosas, it was a humbling experience to talk about his experience as an entrepreneur.
Coming to Mumbai was the turning point in his life. “I am indebted to Mumbai. This city has made me what I am.
Though initially I faced problems and some kind of discrimination, I feel no other city would give respect to a street vendor like the people in Mumbai. Their love and encouragement have been my strength,” says Ganapathy.

Even today when his first customers stop to talk to him, he feels extremely happy. They tell him that ‘you will go a long way. This is just the beginning.’ He feels there is nothing more valuable than their good wishes.

Another interesting instance was when film star Rajnikant’s wife visited Dosa

Plaza outlet in Mumbai. She liked it so much that he was invited to their house in Chennai. Rajnikant also invited him to attend his daughter’s wedding recently.

How has life changed

His parents were the happiest in the family. “I brought them to Mumbai. I took them to the restaurants. They had food from my outlets and were extremely happy about my success. Now I am very happy that I can give them what they. My father is no more but I am happy that he lived to see my success,” says Ganapathy.

He continues to live a simple life. “My lifestyle hasn’t changed much. The only big difference is that I wear good clothes now. I still prefer to be simple. I do travel by bus and train many times and I enjoy it. I had an Indica car for a long time, now I bought a Ford Fiesta. Earlier, I could enjoy long train journeys, now I travel by flight when I go out of Mumbai,” he says.
From a carefree life on the streets, now Ganapathy leads a very careful life, cautious about every step he takes. “As the business expands, my responsibilities have increased. Many people are dependent on me. Franchisees are also investing money so I work harder now,” he says.
Appreciation

People in the village who had ridiculed me, give me a lot of respect. I visit the village once in while, taking part in the temple activities and I also contribute in small way to help people. If someone from my village comes to Mumbai in search of a job, I help them.

His biggest recognition came when his story was published in Rashmi Bansal’s book ‘Connect the Dots’ as one of 20 best enterprising individuals without an MBA. “My story has also been mentioned in a Tamil book by Anita Krishnamurthi. Former president Abdul Kalam released this book in New Bombay last year. I felt very privileged to receive a copy of the book from him,” he says.
Any regrets on not studying? “Well, not at all. But speaking in English becomes difficult when I go abroad. Other than that I don’t think I would have learned so much in any school.
My experience has been my biggest teacher,” he says.
Does he ever think about the man who abandoned him? “In a way, I reached here and achieved so much because of him. I wonder where he is now…”
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From Zero to Hero


Once penniless in Mumbai, now a crorepati!

Prem Ganapathy receives a memento from star cricketer Virender Sehwag during the Mumbai Festival.
 
Hunger was his only companion when he roamed the streets of Mumbai in search of a job.

 

At age 17,Prem Ganapathyleft his native place Nagalapuram in Tuticorin without informing his parents in the pursuit of making money, after a person promised him a job in Mumbai.

Destiny, however, willed otherwise. There was no job as the man promised. Instead he was abandoned in Bandra, a Mumbai suburb. But this boy did not lose hope, he decided to stay back and fight for survival.

Ganapathy turned his misfortune into the biggest opportunity of his life. He found a job as a dishwasher in one of the bakeries in suburban Mahim. He worked for about two years across restaurants in Mumbai doing all sorts of odd jobs. He soon realised that there was a good potential in the catering business .

 

Finally, in 1992 he took a handcart on rent to sellidli,dosaandvada. His brothers also joined to help him. His items became very popular as they had a different flavour and variety. He even got the homemadesambar masalafrom his native place. Ganapathy’s hand cart did brisk business.

Five years later Ganapathy was confident enough to open the first Prem Sagar Dosa Plaza outlet outside Vashi station in Navi Mumbai. Since then there has been no looking back .. .

“My father instilled in me a lot of positive energy. This is what kept me going strong. I have tried to see an opportunity in every loss. Even when people teased him, saying ‘your son has ditched you and gone far away’, he always used to tell them ‘I am happy for him as I know wherever he is, he will do well’.

If I had not come to Mumbai, I would have never been so successful,” he says.

 

After Ganapathy completed his tenth standard, he did not want to study further.

“My teacher told me that I should continue studying but I told her frankly that I do not want to study.We had lot of financial problems so I wanted to work and earn money, help my family. Even getting water and firewood was an arduous task. We had to walk miles to get water and firewood,” says Ganapathy.

His father had a tobacco business which ended in a loss. He also incurred huge losses in the farm. With seven children, his parents struggled to make ends meet.

He decided that he would get them a good life.

“Many young boys from our village were working in coffee shops in Chennai. So I also decided to join one of those shops. I worked there for about two years for monthly salary of Rs 250,” he says.

Those days his only ambition was to make money and open a coffee powder shop. However, he was destined to take a different path.

 

In Chennai, he met a young boy who promised him a good job in Mumbai.

“He said if I pay him Rs 200, I would get job with a salary of Rs 1,200. I wanted to leave but knew my parents would not let me go. I was only 17 years old then. So I left Chennai without informing my parents,” says Ganapathy.

They got down at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, a place where thousands of migrants land every day in search of a better livelihood.

“I was scared but I was willing to take the risk. We took a local train to Bandra and I was eagerly waiting to see where I would begin my new career. He took me to a tea shop and vanished. My worst fears came true. He had just dumped me there,” Ganapathy reminisces.

Dosa Plaza outlet.

 

It was the most unforgettable day in his life. He could not speak Hindi, he did not know anyone in the city nor did he have any money. Finally, he met a friendly taxi driver and told him his story.

“He took pity on me and said they can collect some money and send him home. The train fare was Rs 121 then. But I said I will not go back home. I will do some work and live here. I slept in the temple compound till I found a job in a bakery in Mahim to clean pizza-baking vessels. I used to sleep in the shop itself,” he says.

After working there for six months, he found another job, to deliver pizza bread to a hotel in Chembur. Later, he moved to Navi Mumbai where he started working as a dishwasher in a restaurant called Gurudev.

“As a Tamilian, I faced discrimination in the beginning. We were given only kitchen work to do. After a while, I started to move out of the hotel, to give tea/coffee to shopkeepers around that area. I used to earn Rs 1,000, three times more than the other boys as this service was based on a commission basis,” he says.

A sincere worker

Ganapathy was meticulous and sincere in his work. Unlike others, he never got into squabbles with anyone.

“I used to keep a note of every person’s requirement, some wanted strong tea, some wanted it without sugar. So I established a good rapport with the outside world. One person who had a small business saw that I was enterprising and hard working so he suggested that we open a food stall on the street on a joint partnership. He invested the money and told me to do the work and he promised me half of the profit,” he says.

The stall near the market area did good business. But the person duped him. He refused to give Ganapathy any share of the profit as promised and said he would give only Rs 1,200 as salary. So he called off the partnership and decided that it is best to do something on his own.

The food stall business

Ganapathy realised that starting a food stall would be the best way to earn good money. Two years after he landed in Mumbai, in 1992, he went back home, got his brothers to help him.

“I borrowed some money from friends and rented a handcart for Rs 150. It was really difficult in the initial days. Many times, the municipality vans used to come and pick our handcart. But I was very positive and determined. I never gave up hope,” says Ganapathy.

“I scored on account of cleanliness and the variety of food I offered. I got the recipes from my mother and brought themasalafrom my village. . . so the food I offered had a distinct flavour, which made it an instant hit.

Supporters all along

Ganapathy was lucky to have helpful roommates. They were very friendly and supportive.

“Since they studied at NIIT, they guided me well. They even taught me a computer course. They also spread the word around about mydosas. My business did well,” he says.

Ganapathy’s day used to begin at 5.30 a.m. everyday. He cooked the food all by himself, used to be on the road till about 3.30 pm. “I took a break of two hours every evening and spent the time surfing at a cyber cafe. I used to read about various businesses and learned quite a lot. My brothers also played a crucial role in making the business a success,” he says.

Dosas, an instant hit

Five years later, when Ganapathy had a regular clientele he became more confident about the business’s future prospects. Interestingly, McDonald’s opened its first restaurant in Vashi near his stall.

“I was amazed to see the long queues of people who wanted to buy a burger. What is so great about the burger, I used to think. That’s when I realised how a restaurant can make a big impact.”

“I did a lot of reading and talked to several people who had similar business. Then I started to look around for a suitable place where I could set up a food outlet and get a good customers,” he explains.

A turning point

Finally, in 1998, Ganapathy decided to take a kiosk outside the Vashi railway station in Navi Mumbai to open the first outlet called Prem Sagar Dosa Plaza. Fortunately he got good response from the first day itself. “I added more variety to the menu. Along with his dosa outlet, I also tried my luck by investing in a Chinese restaurant, but it flopped. However, I tried to add the Chinese flavour in the dosas, which worked very well,” he says.

His experiments with dosas resulted in exotic varieties like American Chopsuey, Schezwan Dosa, Paneer chilly, Spring roll dosa to name a few. Within a year, Dosa Plaza had created 25 original varieties of dosas.

“I did a lot of experiments to improve the taste and variety. By 2002, Dosa Plaza had 104 delicious varieties of dosas.”

“In 2003, a new mall called Centre One opened in Vashi. The people from mall management team who knew me suggested that I open an outlet in the mall.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So Prem Sagar Dosa Plaza joined the big league of restaurants to open a swanky outlet in the mall which attracted a lot of attention.

 

Dosa Plaza gained popularity, got a lot of media coverage as well. Ganapathy started offering franchises to people who wanted to set up the outlet elsewhere.

The first franchise outlet opened at Wonder Mall, in Thane. Even today, he supplies the special masala (the ingredients are known only to him) made at his production facility in Vashi. The franchisees are also given trained professionals.

Ganapathy went for a brand-building exercise for better visibility. “The brand makeover helped. We got a new logo design as ‘approved by Dr. D’, and changed the name to Dosa Plaza. This was a big boost to the business.

 

Dosa Plaza has indeed become a runaway success. Today, we have 35 outlets including franchiees. We plan to make it 100 outlets by 2011,” says an optimistic Ganapathy.

“In 2008, we opened franchisee outlets in New Zealand. About 50 per cent of our clients in New Zealand are locals. In fact, the former Prime Minister of New Zealand, Helen Clark and other ministers had dinner from our outlet,” says Ganapathy. The next outlets will be in the US and Dubai. Today, Dosa Plaza has 35 outlets across 10 states in India with a turnover of over Rs 5 crore (Rs 50 million).

 

Ganapathy’s dream is to make Dosa Plaza a global brand with outlets across the world.The Dosa Plaza success story has also become a case study for management students.

 

“APhD student from the SIES college did a project work based on Dosa Plaza. I was invited to the college for an interaction with students,” says Ganapathy.

For Ganapathy, who has visited almost all the colleges in New Bombay to personally make dosas, it was a humbling experience to talk about his experience as an entrepreneur.

Coming to Mumbai was the turning point in his life. “I am indebted to Mumbai. This city has made me what I am.

Though initially I faced problems and some kind of discrimination, I feel no other city would give respect to a street vendor like the people in Mumbai. Their love and encouragement have been my strength,” says Ganapathy.

Even today when his first customers stop to talk to him, he feels extremely happy. They tell him that ‘you will go a long way. This is just the beginning.’ He feels there is nothing more valuable than their good wishes.

 

Another interesting instance was when film star Rajnikant’s wife visited Dosa

Plaza outlet in Mumbai. She liked it so much that he was invited to their house in Chennai. Rajnikant also invited him to attend his daughter’s wedding recently.

How has life changed

 

His parents were the happiest in the family. “I brought them to Mumbai. I took them to the restaurants. They had food from my outlets and were extremely happy about my success. Now I am very happy that I can give them what they. My father is no more but I am happy that he lived to see my success,” says Ganapathy.

 

He continues to live a simple life. “My lifestyle hasn’t changed much. The only big difference is that I wear good clothes now. I still prefer to be simple. I do travel by bus and train many times and I enjoy it. I had an Indica car for a long time, now I bought a Ford Fiesta. Earlier, I could enjoy long train journeys, now I travel by flight when I go out of Mumbai,” he says.

From a carefree life on the streets, now Ganapathy leads a very careful life, cautious about every step he takes. “As the business expands, my responsibilities have increased. Many people are dependent on me. Franchisees are also investing money so I work harder now,” he says.

 

Appreciation

People in the village who had ridiculed me, give me a lot of respect. I visit the village once in while, taking part in the temple activities and I also contribute in small way to help people. If someone from my village comes to Mumbai in search of a job, I help them.

 

His biggest recognition came when his story was published in Rashmi Bansal’s book ‘Connect the Dots’ as one of 20 best enterprising individuals without an MBA. “My story has also been mentioned in a Tamil book by Anita Krishnamurthi. Former president Abdul Kalam released this book in New Bombay last year. I felt very privileged to receive a copy of the book from him,” he says.

Any regrets on not studying? “Well, not at all. But speaking in English becomes difficult when I go abroad. Other than that I don’t think I would have learned so much in any school.

My experience has been my biggest teacher,” he says.

Does he ever think about the man who abandoned him? “In a way, I reached here and achieved so much because of him. I wonder where he is now…”

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Yes,Viswaroopam film made by Kamal Hassan hurts.

But not the way one hurts by ridiculing A Region or a Community, specifically Muslims.

I, as a  Hindu, am hurt that it was Nathuram  Godse, a Hindu, Killed Gandhiji.

I am ashamed and humiliated as  a Hindu  beyond words, when a few charlatans,criminals like Nithyananda, Premananda and many more Anandas and self styled Gurus sully my great Religion.

Similarly , imagining myself a Muslim, I was hurt when a Fanatic jihadi prevents his wife from being treated by a Doctor, or when he is in turmoil when he forbids son to learn English or becoming a Doctor.

Or when he shows his inner conflict between a  committed path, which he feels is not correct but unable to shake off !

“I do this for Him! Why is h punishing me!

Any human being will be torn asunder by this crisis of identity when you know…

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India Shining………….

1. We live in a nation where Rice is Rs.40/- per kg and Sim Card is free.

2. Pizza reaches home faster than Ambulance and Police.

3. Car loan @ 5% but education loan @ 12%.

4. Students with 35% get in elite institutions thru quota system and those with 90% get out because of merit.
5. Where a millionaire can buy a cricket team instead of donating the money to any charity. 2 IPL teams are auctioned at 3300 crores and we are still a poor country where people starve for 2 square meals per day.


6. Where the footwear, we wear, are sold in AC showrooms, but vegetables, that we eat, are sold on the footpath.

7. Where everybody wants to be famous but nobody wants to follow the path to be famous.

8. Assembly complex buildings are getting ready within one year while public transport bridges alone take several years to be completed.

9. Where we make lemon juices with artificial flavours and dish wash liquids with real lemon.

Think about it!

If you cross the The North Korean border illegally, you get . . .12 years hard labour in an isolated prison …..


If you cross the Iranian border illegally, you get . . . detained indefinitely …..

If you cross the Afghan border illegally, you get . . . shot . . .

If you cross the Saudi Arabian border illegally, you get ….. jailed …..

If you cross the Chinese border illegally, you get …..kidnapped and may be never heard of – again ….

If you cross the Venezuelan border illegally, you get ….. branded as a spy and your fate sealed …..

If you cross the Cuban border illegally, you get ….. thrown into a political prison to rot …..

If you cross the British border illegally, you get ….. arrested, prosecuted, sent to prison and be deported after serving your sentence …..

Now …. if you were to cross the Indian border illegally, you get …..

1. A ration card 2. A passport ( even more than one – if you please ! ) 3. A driver’s license 4. A voter identity card 5. Credit cards 6. A Haj subsidy 7. Job reservation 8. Special privileges for minorities 9. Government housing on subsidized rent 10. Loan to buy a house 11. Free education 12. Free health care
13. A lobbyist in New Delhi , with a bunch of media morons and a bigger bunch of human rights activists promoting your cause 
14. The right to talk about secularism, which you have not heard about in your own country !

15. And of-course ….. voting rights to elect corrupt politicians who will promote your community for their selfish interest in securing your votes !!!

16. and right to fight election for MLA or MP

Hats off ….. to the …..
 A. Corrupt and communal Indian politicians

B. The inefficient and corrupt Indian police force

C. The silly pseudo-secularists in India , who promote traitors staying here

D. The amazingly lenient Indian courts and legal system. That’s why people like Afzal Guru are still alive,

E. WE self centered Indian citizens, who are not bothered about the dangers to our own country.


F. The illogically brainless human-rights activists, who think that terrorists deserve to be dealt with by archaic laws meant for an era, when human beings were human beings.

THE MINIMUM U CAN DO IS FORWARD THIS TO ALL
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India Shining………….

1. We live in a nation where Rice is Rs.40/- per kg and Sim Card is free.

2. Pizza reaches home faster than Ambulance and Police.

3. Car loan @ 5% but education loan @ 12%.

4. Students with 35% get in elite institutions thru quota system and those with 90% get out because of merit.
5. Where a millionaire can buy a cricket team instead of donating the money to any charity. 2 IPL teams are auctioned at 3300 crores and we are still a poor country where people starve for 2 square meals per day.


6. Where the footwear, we wear, are sold in AC showrooms, but vegetables, that we eat, are sold on the footpath.

7. Where everybody wants to be famous but nobody wants to follow the path to be famous.

8. Assembly complex buildings are getting ready within one year while public transport bridges alone take several years to be completed.

9. Where we make lemon juices with artificial flavours and dish wash liquids with real lemon.

Think about it!

If you cross the The North Korean border illegally, you get . . .12 years hard labour in an isolated prison …..


If you cross the Iranian border illegally, you get . . . detained indefinitely …..

If you cross the Afghan border illegally, you get . . . shot . . .

If you cross the Saudi Arabian border illegally, you get ….. jailed …..

If you cross the Chinese border illegally, you get …..kidnapped and may be never heard of – again ….

If you cross the Venezuelan border illegally, you get ….. branded as a spy and your fate sealed …..

If you cross the Cuban border illegally, you get ….. thrown into a political prison to rot …..

If you cross the British border illegally, you get ….. arrested, prosecuted, sent to prison and be deported after serving your sentence …..

Now …. if you were to cross the Indian border illegally, you get …..

1. A ration card 2. A passport ( even more than one – if you please ! ) 3. A driver’s license 4. A voter identity card 5. Credit cards 6. A Haj subsidy 7. Job reservation 8. Special privileges for minorities 9. Government housing on subsidized rent 10. Loan to buy a house 11. Free education 12. Free health care
13. A lobbyist in New Delhi , with a bunch of media morons and a bigger bunch of human rights activists promoting your cause 
14. The right to talk about secularism, which you have not heard about in your own country !

15. And of-course ….. voting rights to elect corrupt politicians who will promote your community for their selfish interest in securing your votes !!!

16. and right to fight election for MLA or MP

Hats off ….. to the …..
 A. Corrupt and communal Indian politicians

B. The inefficient and corrupt Indian police force

C. The silly pseudo-secularists in India , who promote traitors staying here

D. The amazingly lenient Indian courts and legal system. That’s why people like Afzal Guru are still alive,

E. WE self centered Indian citizens, who are not bothered about the dangers to our own country.


F. The illogically brainless human-rights activists, who think that terrorists deserve to be dealt with by archaic laws meant for an era, when human beings were human beings.

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