Turn Passsion into Profession

Virat Kohli plays best across all the format of Cricket, he is best when Team India chases the target in ODI’s (one day international), best while pilling huge scores in Test Cricket strengthening National Cricket Team, best even when hitting fours and sixes in T20 format. He captaining National Cricket Team not only in Test matches but in One day also. Finally, he is one the modern great of cricket.

In January 2017, Australian Open (Tennis Tournament) first grand slam of the year started in Melbourne, Australia. No one would have thought including Tennis fans, followers, Experts and others that Roger Fedrer (Switzerland) and Rafal Nadal (Spain) could even make into fourth round or quarters. But converting every odd into opportunity both were committed to play their best tennis and storm into Australian Open Final by playing their personal best in the last decade or so. What the we witness was one of best finals of AO (Australian Open) by both legends.

Every successful players do what they do best, viral kohli plays cricket, fedrer and nadal plays tennis because they want to do that. It is about turning your passion into profession, which would not only allow you to do what you want but gives the best opportunity to earn while doing it.

Let me give you another example of Jay Vasavda, Gujarati language writer, orator and columnist from India, he left the his job because he was not interested in doing and started doing what he is passionate about, even Chetan Bhagat, is an Indian author, columnist, screenwriter, television personality and motivational speaker did the same.

There are numerous example of same in the various fields in the industry.

Devotional Sojourn of Ghela Somnath 

23rd February 2017

Shiv Ratri is around the corner and is the time to celebrate and pay religious tribute to Adiyogi Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is the Adiyogi because he himself thought first ever Yoga lesson to Goddess Parvati.

One of my very close friend keyur channiyara invited me to attend him and his family at Ghela Somnath temple near Jasadan (Rajkot District) to reverent Lord Shiva.

Almost before 3 years I visited the place, and is one of the beautiful place around Jasadan area, surrounded with tiny greenish hills. I must thank Keyur my very close friend and his family for giving me the opportunity to attend.

There’s is little history about Ghela Somnath, its said that actual Lingam of Somnath resides here, it was an attempt to save the Lingam from the attack Mahommad Aafer in 1457 by Minal Devi and her trusted assistant Ghela Vaniyo, they carried the Lingam from Prabhas-Patan to Jasadan, in between many villagers and Brahmans also lost their lives in battle for the nobles cause.

To reach Ghela somnath was quite a unique experience. I began my journey from Jamnagar from a private transport bus to Rajkot, from where I took State Transport Bus to Jasdan, as often I was not lucky enough to get a seat in public transport bus, same happened here also, the bus was full of passengers and hardly any place to even stand, but like an Mumbain who travels using  local bus in Mumbai, I was committed to fight against every odds. I myself as well as the other passengers pushed me to get into bus.

I didn’t get seat before I got tired of standing for an hour. From Jasadan I got a direct private vehicle to Ghela Somnath, but these was a mystery too, the vehicle where I board, stopped on Gas station to have fuel in vehicle but the pump was not having enough pressure to feel, waited atleast a quarter there.  At last from the Grace of God I reached Ghela Somnath around 8.30 pm.


As today again I resume Blogging using WordPress. I started using WordPress in 2012, it was that first kick of creating own blog and website without any seriousness intention.

Since very long I am feeling that Blogging could be a source of earning without even investing a single rupee.

To Be Continue…

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