My take on home loans and its effect on my life
A few years back loans were a strict no-no. Not the big ones, I even looked down upon borrowing money from friends. The concept of loans, as I saw it, was tainted. It might not be the way money lenders were projected in media. It has perhaps got everything to do with the way in which I was bought up. It was a part of individual principle etc.
When rest of my friends decided to have a good time to go on debit with local dhabawalas back in college, I wouldn’t have any of it. When my colleagues were having fun with their new found love (read credit cards) in the initial days with Infy, I abstained – yeah even CC was a strict no-no! When no one saw any harm in borrowing a rupee or two for tea, I was counting every penny I spent. Some people were okay with this, some detested me for this quality.
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A story whose prime purpose is to highlight the kind of a situation current middle-upper middle class are facing in India. This is just a presentation of “current” trend in Indian real estate market.
“Rekha what’s taking you so long? Get ready soon.“
Laxman was having one of those frustrating days. Nothing had gone right that day, in fact nothing had gone that great since he came back from on-site more than a year ago; but he knew he would not stop at anything from finalizing this deal.
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I belong to Hufflepuff – not really my favourite though!
My typical thought of an ideal place…
Just a passing thought. Whenever I try to picturise a perfect dawn, these are a few things that come to my mind:
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Simple wit (if I can say so). Hope it is understood.
God was in a good mood and decided to grant the wish of the 3 brothers who were austere devotees…
“You can ask for just one wish, but no more; Ask for yourself and no one else” God commanded the 3 brothers.
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