Thursday, December 13, 2007



The long over due of updating my blog

What a lucky Sunday for me and some of my mates in Bukit Jalil Hockey Stadium.

In the recent Samsung Champions Trophy hockey tournament in Malaysia last week ,

were the
Germany beat Australia 1-0 in Sunday's final.

There I meet so good and wonderful Souls , where i was so luck to have them over there,

which are Sdr Avtar Singh Bhurji and Mr Tim Myers ( Tim brought Paul Lissek to meet us as their are buddies)

Sdr Avtar Singh Bhurji , had played for Uganda and Kenya National Hockey team in the 60's (Olympic ) or 70's as well as Mr Tim Myers played for Australia (Olympic team) during the same times,

i was so lucky to met them and listen to their experiences in the world of hockey and life,

as i spoke to Sdr Avtar he told me that how was his journey from Uganda to Kenya and then of to London for the future of his kids and family,

both of them are retired and have dedicated their souls to field hockey and travel around the world to watch all the major hockey tournaments,

here are some pictures of them with us,

Tim is with the sumo suite and Avtar is wearing a Cap

Tuesday, April 03, 2007





Pictures from my Tour to INDIA

Colombo Airport
The Coffee Bean in Colombo Airport the Haven for Net USERS

My 1st Meal in Colombo
The most buzzes Train station New Dehli
NEW stuff happning, 1st GOLD MEDALLION from GOLDEN TEMPLE ,as the market of gold bullion is grow and the Sikhs are on the right track too,,,,
MY next purchase a SRI SAHIB hand Craft from Jaipur
Close up

more picture to come on my next few post as pictures trasmits the masseage well then words

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

My Plan in Punjab

My trip to Punjab with my MUM ,will cover all the yellow spot which i have planned.
i will be there for about 2 weeks .

My plans are to cover the culture aspect and pilgrimage places. i will be embarking on vedio blog as i start my trip to India , the best place to see a place is by going there but not everyone can , so the choice is only by video,

As i dont know how will be my JOURNEY over there and with Guruji grace i will be give you the best views of the Land of 5 rivers.

i am looking forward to post my 1st video blog on here ,which well be coming soon.

TRIP to Land of 5 rivers

LAND OF 5 RIVERSKuala Lumpur via Colombo to GOAL PUNJAB
The land of Five rivers PUNJAB , it is located at the North West of India , Punj means five and aab means water, so punjab means five waters. These five rivers that run through punjab, having their originating source as various small lakes in Himalaya.

If one were to go across the Punjab starting from Delhi and to Afghanistan, the rivers are in this order.

1. Beus,

2. Satluj,

3. Ravi,

4. Chenab

5. Jhelum

Beus, and Satluj merge into one river retaining the name Satluj at Harike near Ferozepur in Punjab just before crossing the border into west Punjab (Pakistan) and eventually merging into river Indus.Area of Punjab that is between rivers of Beus and Satluj is called Doaba, major cities in this part of punjab are Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur and Nawan Shahr. Majha is between Beus and Chenab and on both sides of Ravi, this part is called the heart of Punjab and cities include, Lahore, Amritsar, Gurdaspur, Sialkote, Kasur, Lyallpur(Faisalabad), Faridkot and Ferozepur. In Majha part of Punjab many new cities were developed by converting the forests into cultivating land and is called Bar, cities include Lyallpur (Faisalabad), Montgomery, etc. Area beyond Chenab river in North and around river Jhelum is called Pothohar, cities include Rawalpindi, Hasan Abdal, etc. Area between Ravi and Chenab River is called Rachna doab cities are Gujrat, Sargodha, etc. Area of Malwa is southern Punjab facing Rajasthan and East of river Beus, cities include Ludhiana, Patiala, Ambala, Karnal, Sangrur, Malerkotla, Shahabad, and Abohar.

Punjabi civilization is one of the oldest on earth, with its distinguished language, culture, food, attire, script, folklore, people, etc. Punjabi language has its originating source in Sanskrit (not Hindi or Urdu as many young Indian Pakistanis believe), i.e. the family of Indo-European group of languages which includes Persian and Latin. Punjab has always been land of great saints and fighters. In 450 B.C (2450 years ago) Alexander invaded Punjab and conquered a great Punjabi king named Porus whose kingdom was on the banks of river Chenab. He did not accept defeat and asked Greek king to show him the same respect as kings. He was restored back to his throne by Alexander. Alexander returned to Greece right before crossing the river Beus, as his forces refused to fight. In his train we have a reliable resource that tells us about Punjab 2450 years ago. Not much different from today (except for the technology).