By Vik

dsc01297I made this blog. I am a JNU student.

My personal blog is here. If you want to know more about me, follow the link.

Thank you. ๐Ÿ˜€

I am a pure generalist and have not done any special study of computers.

To put it simply, I am …

creative, emotional, health-conscious, quiet, serious, nimble, humorous, stubborn, loyal, arguably handsome, caring, single, introvert, often unselfish, inventive, imaginative, studious, adventurous, shy, lazy, Procrastinator, unemployed, overgrown schoolboy, dreamer, sad, health-conscious, body-beautiful, thoughtful, mannerly, witty, possessive, faithful, romantic, dependable, poor, Taurus, lazy, loyal, withdrawn, meticulous, thinker, lovelorn, patient, sometimes materialistic, intelligent, polite, aesthetically-minded and whatnot! Phew! Go to my personal blog to know more.

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P.S.: All pics on this blog have been shot with a Sony Cybershot W55 digital camera.


2 Responses to “About Vikas”

  1. 1 Vishvesh
    April 24, 2014 at 11:10 pm

    Dear Vikas,

    We are a group of cyclists based out of Noida names Cyclesurta and we do rides on every Saturday ad Sunday in the morning. Generally, we assemble at India Gate at 6 am and then cycle to different places in Delhi in a group of 10-20 people. We would love to visit JNU caves on any of the coming weekends if you could please guide us how to reach there and if it would be possible for somebody to accompany us.


    Vishvesh Tyagi

    • 2 Vik
      April 25, 2014 at 10:31 am

      Vishesh, I am suprised you never went to JNU campus. Nevermind though. I also do some cycling (apart from long distance running) but I can’t accompany you to it.

      You may just enter JNU campus from the North gate (see google maps for directions from your place). Usually the security guards stop those with four wheelers or two wheeler automobiles for IDs. They may not stop you. If they do then just tell them that you are there for cycling and would be back. I am no more with JNU though I am around.

      Usually people visit caves in winters; but you can do it now too. Do wear full length trousers though no case of snake bite has happened in JNU in these years. Recently ‘JNU Mountaineering club’ organised a caves trip; you should follow them on Facebook (search them). You can see their updates, ask your query and seek company there. Caves are not what they used to be though; administration made it a dumping ground too and some major caves have disappeared.

      Yes, I know about Cyclesutra.

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