Sunday, November 27

do you plan before getting something xeroxed?


Sunayana said...

This photoblog is fantastic...the best one is the "Avoid Ragging or Expulsion" sign...still haven't been able to understand that one.

Jayanth Madhav Barki said...

where the hell is this? surat?

Nikhil said...

2.even we had no clue as to
what was that! then we realised that the authorities are actually on our side. it actually means you can indeed rag and avoid expulsion!

@ j(g)ayanth
it is indeed in surat. to the right of classic...below the state bank of saurashtra ATM.0

Pranab said...

More! More!! The world thirsts for more!!!

I took a brief look at the pics, added you to favourites and came back again this evening - just to find out that I had actually seen all there was to see.


So quicken up the good work :)

Nikhil said...


will do it shortly,missing bharath only coz it was his camera that i took my photos with!

and you are?!....

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Aalekh said...

hey dude
you have an interesting blog here, i bookmarked it around two months ago but am posting now. Keep up the good work. Also why restrict yourself to the snaps which only you have taken, there are loads of em out there why dont you try posting them ?

Lunatic said...

Its really kool It seems we have to plan before xerox :D