Sunday, July 7, 2013

Happy Sunday From HYDERABAD!

It's been a very long time that I have become irregular in blogger. Actually I shifted to HYDERABAD and till  now my mind is not in it's place. It's been all totally jumbled and I don't know everything will fall into right place. Or it will ever, I am seriously doubtful.

The city is new. So I won't rant much about it. I know I have to be really patient before having any notion in my mind. But there are something I really miss and desperate about. The first thing is internet connection. I don't till when I will have to do all my works from this restricted cafe cubicle. The chair pads are torn and by now it has started to hurt my rib and back.

Secondly, the food. I am a real foodie. I eat like a horse. Yes! I love food and more than that I love to cook. Here though the hostel food sucks. Rice feels stick like and unchewable and chappatis come with big black holes that are impossible to tear and still the hostel-mates I talked to they say the food here is lot better than other hostels!! Hell!! I really miss the food at home, the soft rice and blown rotis. Though we get good food from outside, but I miss cooking the most. Yesterday I went to Big Bazaar and spent around one hour in the spices and cheese counter, admiring all of them.

Third is The miss my city the most. Each path, lane and turn all etched on my heart. I miss them all. I miss the parking center. I miss the B.P park. I miss the lines of shops. I miss the temples.I miss the stranger who met me frequently still remained stranger. I missed dark places we were afraid to go late in light. I miss the sea beach. I miss campus. I miss riding my Pleasure (Oh!!! I really really miss it.). Still I have to stay here. I can't say stuck as that will weaken me.

But I have started to accept the city. I have started to get adapt with the climate and water (Thankfully! It's been cloudy since we moved to here or else living on the third floor would same as living in hell!). I am learning about the road and new areas. Everyday I get to meet new people. But most of the people here look sulking or drained of energy. Even after having food. Don't know why!!!

And the best thing is we have lots and lots of green trees in the colony. Through out the day I keep looking at them from my room. I love the climate in the morning. Right now it's calm but can't say about further.

Finally I would say the moving on was good but really baffling. And also a person like me, hostel life is getting slowly into vein as it's the very first I have stayed in any hostel. But it's good and getting better gradually.

P.S: I would still call it a nonsensical babbling... and promise come back with something better next time. 


  1. new places take time..felt similarly when I temporarily shifted to kerela from noida...anyways Hyderabad is a nice place..the birth-place of urdu..set up by the nizam asaf-jah-mulk..the land of vvs laxman and azaharudding~~enjoy!following..

    1. sounds you have got lots of knowledge about Hyderabad..yeah..It's a nice city..would be nicer if the nights were bit longer and days bit colder..:)

  2. Oh, Hyderabad! Great.
    Hostel you say. College ? or Work ? #JustAsking
    Hostel Life should be nice. Have fun.

    And about food, it is always said that the food at the present hostel is better than most of the other hostels. But believe me, they all stand on the same level - They totally suck. But, you can still cook, right? at you hostel, No?

    Btw you could take a data card or something if you have a laptop instead of going to the internet cafe.

    Well, anyways have fun. Take Care. :)

    1. College is for work..hostel is not so least for a person who loves privacy and loneliness..thank for encouraging me!!!

      I am planning to open a cookery class here especially to make chappatis...fed up of eating half-burnt and half-uncooked chappatis..they refuge to shallow down in hostel cooking is not allowed..I miss cooking the most.

      Yeah..I am not dependent on datacard only but no card provides efficient speed here...

      Again thank you for your good wishes...:)

  3. I have been through this and trust me, it's not a decent feeling however, once you get adapted it is hard to move out such places. Specially the hostel life. Trust me you would enjoy it once you are in your comfort zone.

    All the best Namrata.

    1. I also hope to leave the place with some good memories..btw thanks a lot for your warm wishes..:)

  4. Coming out of comfort zone never been easy... I too hope you get used to the city soon. Only the hostel food sounds much scary!

    Take care buddy. Cheers:)

    1. I still miss my place really bad..though it nothing compared to Metro in size or luxuries but I miss the comfort really bad..especially my is really scary here..most of the time I have to eat outside...
      Thank u Jeevan for your good wishes and love.:)

  5. If you take non-veg food, visit Paradise restaurant and enjoy the tasty biriyani they make.


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