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There’s no better feeling to getting stoned and listening to Floyd. BUT that feeling and provoked emotion you receive is false. The only true emotions you can feel are the ones induced by your own sobriety. So when people say it’s better to listen to music high just remember everything you perceive under the influence is false and created by the drug. Your sadness and happiness isn’t true but an amplified facade feeding you the “feeling” of certain emotion. I’ve come to realize that for me the path of sobriety and self provoking thought is the most intense and mind opening experience I have ever taken. Learn to use this monotonous world as breeding ground for new ideas and connections.

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Fancy Bazaar set Ablaze

On the contrare, I actually made the headlines.

This Diwali, amidst all the celebrations, Fancy Bazaar an old commercial part of the city of Guwahati, Assam was engulfed in a raging inferno on the evening of 11th November 2015.
Sources report that the fire caused due several LPG cylinders bursting in the affected building at the heart of the urban jungle.

Flickr: https://flic.kr/s/aHsko3zfcK
YouTube: https://youtu.be/PKMlSFRLhL4

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: Ripped from the Headlines!

Incredible India – Open Up

The new Incredible India commercial for the North East, directed by Manoj Pillai, shot by Alex Dufficy and produced by Thinkpot.

How to study Physiology (Indian Medical College)

This is a two part video series regarding tips on how to approach 1st year subjects in an Indian Medical College from my good friend, Daniel Nowaz Majumder

Russell Peters – Outsourced

We’ve all had exchanges where we came up with the perfect reply — ten minutes too late. Write down one of those, but this time, make sure to sign off with your grand slam (unused) zinger.

You can tell by when an Asian group is speaking English. That’s how you can tell where they’re from. I’ll give you an example:

Vietnamese people, you can tell when they’re speaking English or even tell in Vietnamese ’cause when they speak English, they speak it really fast- like they know it! And they end up speaking so fast that it ends up sounding like Vietnamese all over again.

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