The Big Small Car – Nano

What happens when you say the word Nano? You probably remember something tiny. May be Hummingbird. May be iPod. May be some tiny gadget. But whatever it is, it is small. It lacks the bigness. Now the things are going to change. Nano is not small. It is big. It is huge. This is reality. Welcome to the world of Nano.

Today was the day when Tata Nano was launched. Successfully launched. Millions of eyes were waiting for this moment. The car they have been waiting for over year. This car aims to fulfill the dreams of every person who wants to buy a car. Why not? When you can get a car with decent amount of features for 1Lakh rupees then why not?


Sadly, they have to wait. They have to wait for more than what they think. The demand for this car is huge. Production of this car doesn’t live up to it’s expectation. It will take a hell lot of time and good amount of luck to get this car parked in your garage. Also expect long…  Very long queue’s when you’ll go for booking this car in mid April.

There are only two plants where this car is produced. This is as far as I know. The scale of this is very less. It would have been different if the Singur plant was allowed. Also this car is not on first come first serve basis. There will be a lottery from which names will be chosen. They will get the cars. Good thing is that only one car per person.

Nano will also give rise to traffic problems. Already they are worse. Whatever it is. People won’t refrain from buying this car. It’s affordable and their pocket’s won’t get burned. Three cheers for Nano..

Happy Dussehra

Dussehra Vijayadashami Durga Pooja

Today is the festival of Dussehra. It is mostly celebrated in West Bengal and in the northern region on large scale. Celebrated in different ways in the regions but it has a common thing, common thought to tell us. Good always wins over bad. Evils are always defeated no matter how powerful they are. The motive of the festival is to turn spread the goodness and increase the faith of peoples in good.

In West Bengal, It is celebrated as Durga Pooja. This starts nine days before Dussehra. People gather together and play dandiya which is also popular in Gujarat. In Gujarat it is celebrated as festival of Navratri. Gujarat has one more reason to celebrate as the Tata Nano project shifts to Sanad. In the northern regions like Uttar Pradesh, effigies of Ravana, Meghanath and Kumbhakarna are burnt to celebrate the victory of Lord Ram. Hence it is also known as Vijayadashami.

Believe in good and be good. Happy Dussehra…