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Chapter 5: Getting in to Adolescence

getting in to adolescence

A new school and a new life all over again. My mother changed her school, so I too was forced to change. Prince Matriculation Hr. Sec. School in Nanganallur, one of the most renowned schools around Nanganallur and Madipakkam. From a school with few rooms and less competitive people, all ... Read More »

Chapter 4: Life is tough, but it’s tougher when you’re stupid

Life is tough - Ajithkumar

The school in which I studied was closed before the year completed, the Principal of that school using his influence pulled in a bigger school to start a new school and to take up all the students. Thus a new school was opened in Nanganallur by the name of Besant ... Read More »

Chapter 3: “All good things must come to an end, but all bad things can continue forever.”

all good things - ajithkumar

Like the title says.. the bad things continued and I don’t want to dwell too much about those bad things. We moved to a new location in Chennai (Nanganallur). This move helped me a bit, as my parents will not say ‘no’ if I go to a temple and Nanganallur ... Read More »

Chapter 2: Age of Darkness

age of darkness ajith

I was brought to Chennai, and my mother did the trick again, this time she gave birth to a baby girl and left her in her mothers place when she was 4 months old. Meanwhile, my father’s career nosedived and he went from bad to worse. After completing an MA ... Read More »

Chapter 1: Birth of a Cursed Soul

birth of a cursed soul

There are no modules in life for beginners: right away we will always be asked to deal with what is most difficult. Over a period of time, we get accustomed to the vagaries of life and over a period of time, learn to live with it (might be with a ... Read More »

Sachin Tendulkar – A Genius in Perennial Agony

Sachin Tendulkar

“This little prick’s gonna get more runs than you, AB” said Merv Hughes to Allan Border. This happened when Border was only few runs short of 10,000 and sachin was in his teens. You can dissect this statement in two different ways. 1) Merv Hughes is an extraordinary visionary 2) ... Read More »

175 from 141 of Sachin – when solitude met Immortality.

What a knock? 175 from 141 balls, while chasing a mammoth total of 351. People have short term memory loss; this year sachin has scored 3 centuries (the highest by anyone this year) at a very good average better than most others. Yet people say he has grown old, and ... Read More »

Sachin – The God who wrote his own script

There is a dialogue in a Japanese movie titled ‘Initial D’. If translated it means “God is also Human, but he can do things which ordinary people can’t do”. What ordinary people cannot do in a cricket field is to write their own script. There may be great players, but ... Read More »

Sachin – The Phenomenon

Sachin Tendulkar The Phenomenon

Unlike many others, life had very few happiness in store for me during my childhood days, my grand mother’s affection, dreams of my fantasy land while being awake and finally Sachin (not just his batting). For the past 16 years he has been a part of my life. There is ... Read More »

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