Monday, April 18, 2011

Thanks for the Versatile Blogger Award

For this Award, my thanks go to Stranger for the encouragement that's been extended to me. Thanks, friend.

Well, now as required on accepting this award, I will list seven facts about myself even though it may be of no factual relevance as such.

1.  Axess Legal Corp transformed my life. Rajeev and I first conceptualized it based on a fundamental belief of being good in an industry that is criticized largely and attributed to suffer serious trust deficit. It was just the first step towards creating trust and it worked well for us, thanks to God.

2.  I am a very private person but I have a small circle of friends that I trust 100%. I don't like advice. I dislike relationships and conversations that are superficial or deceptive. The same works on my blog too. It's not easy for me to trust or like some one out of the blue and I prefer this to be so, though its somewhat a disadvantage of sorts. 

3.  I work hard but I am not totally satisfied, I think I would like to work a lot more and be much harder on myself.

4.  There are many things I can't stand. Here are some: fanaticism, hypocrisy, lies, boasting, showing an "I know everything" attitude, freaky behavior at work, etc.

5.  Seeing my parents happy and safeguarding my client's interest with total dedication and sincerity- these two things are of utmost importance to my own happiness.

6.  The most important occasions and developments in my life have almost always happened on a Thursday.

 7.  I am most tempted to give this Award to my favorite blogger and friend, R Ramesh, whose blog is a must-visit but I think he's got so many of these awards that it would be more like a burden on his light shoulders. My request is - keep blogging the funny lines, keep us smiling.

Now, its my turn to pass the Award to those who deserve it better than I do. Wishing them great luck in blogging and for all their hard work, here goes this Award to:

SG whose posts were the first ones that I found interesting and informative when I came to the blogging world. It ranges from serious to emotional to humorous - a terrific read is what his posts always give me.

Petty Witter  for all her straight-from-the-heart book-related posts.

Mridula for inspiring me with her regular photo updates and small warm note explaining it to the readers.

Dipali Taneja for blogging in an interesting way about topics that are of relevance in today's society such as sexual abuse, blood donation and so on.

Aparna Radhakrishnan  for warm, lively and homely posts.

Now, the tough part for you: decide and share this Award with others who you believe deserve to have it!


Aparna said...


Thank you !

I am touched :)


R. Ramesh said...

omg...bossss..u r sweet buddy..thanks a tonne 4 d encouragement..v have a nice small bloggers group now and v r lucky to have such good friend...feeling gr8...keep the cheers n best wishes always

NRIGirl said...

Glad to stop by and know a little more about you SAnand!

Felicity Grace Terry said...

Congratulations on the award and many thanks for thinking of me - I'm really touched and honoured that you did so and would also like to thank you for your best wishes on my 2nd blogoversary.

Sanand said...

@Aparna - You've earned it with a lot of hard work and intense writing, congrats to you!

@RRamesh - Yes, feels gr8 to be connected to be part of such a nice bloggers group.

@NRIGirl - thanks to you for stopping by to read this.

@Petty Witter -You are always welcome and lets look forward to celebrating more milestones on your blog. We are with you!

dipali said...

Your posts speak of your sincerity, Sanand.
Congratulations for a well deserved award.
And many thanks.

Mridula said...

Sanand many thanks and I am really sorry I could not come here and comment before. It was just too hectic. Many many thanks for the kin gesture.

SG said...


And, thanks for this award. It is a special honor to receive from you. I am very happy.