Bhaag mat kar prayas

Asafalta ghere tujhe
Marg ho avrudha
Paas na ho dhan tere
Aur karya ho apaar
Bhaag mat kar prayas
Kar prayas bhaag mat

Chahein tu has tu
Lekin aankh na ho nam
Bhaag mat kar prayas
Jeet mein hi haar hai
Raat mein hi din
Niklega sooraj phir
Door kshitij paar
Bhaag mat kar prayas
Kar prayas bhaag mat

Peeda hi sukh hai
Sukh hi hai peeda
Bhaag mat kar prayas
Kar prayas bhaag mat
Bhaag mat kar prayas
Kar prayas bhaag mat.

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Excuses deceive and performance speaks

Celebrating the success is much more valuable than giving any proofs on your failure

A brief story of life…

A husband is tossing and turning in bed, unable to sleep and this does not let his wife fall asleep.

She asks him what’s wrong.

He responds, “I owe money to our neighbor, the loan is due tomorrow but I can’t pay it”.

She picks up the phone and calls their neighbor, “Sorry to bother you so late but my husband can’t pay that loan back tomorrow” and hangs up.

Then she turns to her husband, “There, I fixed it. You can go to sleep in peace now, let the neighbor stay awake tossing and turning in his bed”

The moral of the story is that you need to fight fire with fire: let your feelings be known.
You will either get a positive response and your life can become better; or you will get a definitive “No” and you can start the healing process.

Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional.

TO-DO list before i die …

Here’s a few list of things that i wanna do before i die

  1. To make a successful startup.
  2. To help differently abled people ( kuch aisa karke dikha khud khush ho jaye khuda)
  3. To learn piano and play flawlessly.
  4. To do something which can make parents proud and make their names in society too.
  5. To travel a lot and many places with my sister a lot if possible.

Bitter truth of World…

Whether you achieve something or not depends on one and only one factor – how badly you want it. But that is a complete lie. The truth is – Whether you achieve something or not depends on one, and only one factor – what you are willing to ‘settle for’ instead.

The bitter truth of this world is that everything is for sale, even dreams. It is just a question of what you are willing to sell it for, and what you are willing to ‘settle for’ instead.

Difficult v/s Easier tasks of life

It is easier to die than to live,
even more difficult to live for others
It is easier to get angry than to smile
even more difficult to bring smile on other’s
It is easier to save than to spend
even more difficult to spend for others

It is easier to defeat someone but difficult to win someone.
It is easier to forget someone than to remember someone.
It is easier to hate someone than to love someone.
It is easier to correct someone but difficult to support someone.
It is easier to break something but difficult to fix something

It is easier to say it than to implement it
cos if you can’t feel it you can’t understand it…

A dream

I had a dream in my dream. The dream was big. Some laughed at it, some ignored it. So i stopped telling my dream. I have the courage to make dream come true myself. So the dream became the only aim. This country cannot afford to have me distracted. However it might get delayed but it’ll happen one day and for that matter whatsoever i have to do i’ll do.

What are some great online tools for startups?

Answer by Michael Sinanian:

My list is not exhaustive but it should capture a good chunk of the tools needed to build your own (software or web) startup. It's really remarkable how much of the process is modularized and commoditized these days. The old programmer's adage "don't reinvent the wheel" has been applied on a mass-scale to the entire startup ecosystem and this list is a testament to that.

Before you continue, check out Leanstack, a service that helps developers find and stay up to date with new developer services. It lets you view services by what other startups use ("cloudstacks") or through categories ("clusters").

Design

balsamiq (wireframing mockups): http://www.balsamiq.com/

MockFlow (design UI workflows): http://mockflow.com/

Software/Web Development

Meteor (web dev tool): http://meteor.com/

Action.io (cloud development platform): https://www.action.io/

Foundation (frontend frameworks): http://foundation.zurb.com/

Coderbuddy (Google App Engine dev made easy): https://www.coderbuddy.com/

DivShot (web app interface builder): http://divshot.com/

Rescue.js (web app bug-finder): http://rescuejs.com/

Easel.io (in-browser web dev tool): https://www.easel.io/

Yottaa (web performance as a service): http://www.yottaa.com/

Mobile Development

Clutch.io (A/B testing for mobile apps made easy): https://clutch.io/

Urban Airship (push notifications): http://urbanairship.com/

Parse (mobile dev made easy): https://www.parse.com/

Back-end / Cloud Infrastructure

Backlift (back-ends made easy): https://www.backlift.com/index.html

Fastly (CDN's made easy): http://www.fastly.com/

RightScale (cloud management): http://www.rightscale.com

Scalr (cloud management): http://www.scalr.net/

Eucalyptus (cloud inf.): http://www.eucalyptus.com/

Firebase (scalable back-end for web apps): https://www.firebase.com/

TightDB (databases made easy): http://www.tightdb.com/

MemSQL (performance databases made easy): MemSQL

MongoHQ (database hosting made easy): Run your Hosted Database with Us

Filepicker.io (file system as a service): FilePicker.io – Dead Simple Uploads for Web and Mobile

Non-Startup Cloud Platforms (The Big Boys):

Amazon Web Services: http://aws.amazon.com

Google App Engine: https://developers.google.com/ap…

Google Compute Engine: https://cloud.google.com/product…

Salesforce: http://www.salesforce.com/

Microsoft Windows Azure: http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/

Rackspace (cloud everything): http://www.rackspace.com/

Heroku (cloud everything): http://www.heroku.com

Web App Modules

Unbounce (landing page management): http://unbounce.com/

LaunchRock (landing pages made easy): http://launchrock.com/

GoInstant (co-browsing module): http://www.goinstant.com/

Kera (in-app tutorials made easy): https://www.kera.io/

Avatars.io (avatars made easy): http://avatars.io/

DailyCred (social authentication module made easy): https://www.dailycred.com/

Janrain (social authentication, user management): http://janrain.com/

Stormpath (user management): http://www.stormpath.com/

Searchify (search-as-a-service): http://www.searchify.com

Swiftype (search-as-a-service): https://swiftype.com/

Elasticsearch (search-as-a-service): http://www.elasticsearch.com/

Mashape (Cloud API marketplace): https://www.mashape.com/

Authy (two-factor authentication module): https://www.authy.com/

DuoSecuity (two-factor competitor): https://www.duosecurity.com/

Payments

Stripe (payments for devs): https://stripe.com/

Dwolla (transactions made easy): https://developers.dwolla.com/

Braintree (payments for debs made easy, another Stripe): https://www.braintreepayments.com/

Analytics / DataViz

Chartbeat (analytics/data made easy): http://chartbeat.com/

KISSmetrics (analytics made easy): http://www.kissmetrics.com/

Leftronic (analytics dashboard): https://www.leftronic.com/

Reportgrid (dataviz made easy): http://www.precog.com/products/r…

HeatData (website heat maps): http://www.heatdata.com/

GoSquared (analytics): https://www.gosquared.com/

Customer Communication (Email, support, etc)

SendGrid (mass-email in the cloud): http://sendgrid.com/

MailChimp (email marketing made easy): http://mailchimp.com/

CampaignMonitor (email newsletters made easy): http://www.campaignmonitor.com/

Get Satisfaction (customer support made easy): https://getsatisfaction.com/

ZenDesk (customer support made easy): http://www.zendesk.com/

Big Data

Factual (data-as-a-service): http://www.factual.com/

Platfora (Hadoop-as-a-service): http://www.platfora.com/

Datameer (data-as-a-service): http://www.datameer.com/

Infochimps (Big Data analytics for enterprise): http://www.infochimps.com/

BrightContext (data as a service): http://www.brightcontext.com/

Running the Office

Resumator (make hiring easy): http://www.theresumator.com/

Expensify (expense reports made easy): https://www.expensify.com/

PagerDuty (IT management made easy): http://www.pagerduty.com/

Twilio (telephone in the cloud): http://www.twilio.com/

42Floors (office space made easy): http://42floors.com/

Competitive Intelligence

AngelList: https://angel.co/

TechCrunch CrunchBase: http://www.crunchbase.com/

VentureBeat Profiles: http://venturebeatprofiles.com/

Miscellaneous

EasyPost (postage for developers): http://www.geteasypost.com/

Keynotopia (presentations and pitches made easy): http://keynotopia.com/

Lastly, for more business-to-developer solutions, see this Quora board: Startups for Startups – Services to Use. Also, Ashley's suggested list is really comprehensive–though you won't find some of these links on there: startuptools

UPDATE: This Hacker News page features some great lists: Ask HN: Tools of the trade, 2013 edition

UPDATE 2: Credit to Nathan Ketsdever for his suggestions:

What are some great online tools for startups?

How to choose a crowd-funder ??

how-to-choose-a-crowdfunder

Miss you : dadi

I’ll miss you every winter
I’ll miss you when I do Facebook n twitter
Everything will remind of u everyday
I’ll miss u a lot on my birthday
I’ll miss you on every trip
I’ll miss you on every Coke sip
I’ll miss u on every food
But there’s only cry on every happy mood
Now it’s just memories & tear
As life has come to neutral gear

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