Surve’s pure non-veg:Essense of nostalgic aroma in pune.

Apart from being spiritually inclined, food is another major part of my life. I know it is everyone’s, but few people are too engrossed in it, more then their daily activities. One of them is me. Even if my day is screwed up by anyone or for some reason, eating delicious meal that day would do the trick for me easily. And you will eventually find me content end of the day.

Food lovers will always look for opportunity to eat out. Looking out for the cuisine which will match their taste buds at different times of the day. Beware, we are seriously very planned and particular about it. Gosh, I do not want to spoil the food lovers anymore and gang them up. My intent is purely to upgrade the lifestyle of people around me. Keeping our taste buds in mind, I hope to share some healthy recipes some day.

But for now just have a look at this mouth drooling experience at Surve’s pure non-veg restaurant in Pune. Before I start with review, I would like to let you know, though they have non spicy options. I would strongly recommend it for purely spicy food lovers.

Being a Maharashtrain, we are by nature spicy food lovers, as the non veg cooked at our home is filled with spices and equally addicting. Keeping us Nostalgically available at home when we desperately crave for that taste.

But I never knew, until I had been to Surve’s first time that it would so easily match with the taste back home. I was completely thrilled and amazed with strategy this chain of restaurant has implemented so brilliantly without compromising on the feeling of eating food at home.

You can try their various options. Well I had the chicken thali and it was absolutely finger licking. The taste reminds me of the village food. When most of the Maharashtrians visit ‘Jatra’ at their villages. If you are longing for that homely food, served with love and smile, this is the best place for Non-veg lovers.

Though there must be lot of restaurants in and around pune serving similar food, well this is close to my home and conviniently available whenever I miss ‘Ghar ka khana’.

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How I found the treasure of celestial wisdom

All my childhood, I have grown up in a hindu family, following all the religious traditions and rituals for all festivals, praying God almost on a daily basis. He is seen as savior, someone who is going to make all things right and as per our desires if we follow certain rituals. I remember following my grandmother writing jap mantras all the time, for her may be it was a way to express her devotion towards God. For my innocent mind, I thought that is a way I can be accepted as devotee of God, where he will ultimately solve all my problems

But as we started growing up spiritually, noting the practicality of the situation, also hating God at times for not fulfilling our prayers inspite of doing all the rituals. I came to a point in my life, where I thought all these religions equations that my vulnerable mind has been imbibing from the surrounding are all baseless, or with lack of depth of understanding. Not that, I deny the fact that I am not religious or non believer in God. I just realized that there is something more to it then just blindly following all rituals for our selfish mottos at times.

And then one day, the time came in my life, when I was completely shattered and hit hard by the destiny. I thought there was no way out. I prayed like there was no Tommorow, purely through my wounded heart. That is the first time ever I realized the power of pure prayers to God. I can’t tell you the sense of satisfaction I felt deeper inside, like I blindly assumed that my so called Supreme power or God has already heard me. For which the answer came back to me in the form of learning incident, or prominent omen sometimes or through ur inner voice.

While on my journey to unleash all the spiritual and religious misconceptions, I carried along with me since all my childhood, I came across this book ‘The laws of spirit world’ in one of the libraries where I used to stay. I was completely astonished to find the right kind of book for my right state of mind, which I was in. It literally doused the fire of my burning desire to know the answer for my numerous questions, which were trapped in my mind like ball of confusion with no clarity. It convinced me to change the beliefs I was carrying in my mind, with natural impact of logics mentioned in it.

There on wards I started reading lot of spiritual and thoughtful books for more clarity and similarities in the thoughts of various spiritual leaders. I m still in a learning process with strengthening my connection with that Supreme force with whom I found a long lasting eternal connection.

For me that Supreme force, that holistic vision of deity which comes in front of my eyes, when I close my eyes is lord Shiva.

Well I had other topic in my mind this weekend, but I just couldn’t stop myself being mystical on the occasion of Mahashivrathri this week.

I absolutely owe this overwhelming post for my eternal lord


Juz nothing

We humans are constantly in need of some sort of entertainment, something to keep us going. We keep planning our days, so we won’t get bored. Or few peeps like the working ones, won’t even get time to get bored, but isn’t it robotic? Why can’t we just be there in that moment. And just think about everything around us. Our minds r just not used to be blank and have that pause moment. That’s what people call it meditating or just being in that moment.