India and IPhone…

India and iPhone always maintain a long distance relationship. Debut and sales of iPhone in India are unexpected. Though the use of iPhone’s in India are one a fair basis, it doesn’t cross Apple’s thought to debut in India.

As per the reports read across surveys held in India in August 2011, 2.4% of the total smartphone user in India prefer iPhone. The base of smartphone users accounts upto 20million.


With the much talked iPhone 5 releasing in several countries, India finds it difficult to have a hands on to the hyped gadget. Moreover to the disgrace of iPhone lovers the price range are never fixed in India. Thanks to Apple for not making it official here, dealers sell it at the rate they find it suitable for them.

A day before I asked a retailer about the expected launch and the price iPhone 5 would come up with. He said “1st week of October and it ranges around 75,000 INR (1300$)” .

That is way to much for consumers to pay, with this range and such situation in India, I guess I will soon have to make out other ways to get in touch with my favourite IPhone 5.

Dharam Shah
25th Sept, 2012


Believe in Belief

We strongly need some one to be with us all the time. A support is all we need in time of difficulties and when problems seeks solutions.

What happens when sometimes you get alone and all you wonder is about the person who was right next to you and has suddenly disappeared. What happens next…?

Believe in Belief. To believe is the only option left with you. Always when there rises a problem there comes with a set of solutions to be with it. You just have to notice and make the correct choice.

Never let the belief go. It has a lot of faith and a lot of courage tied to it.

Atlast everything will get back to the stage where it all belong to and will make you realise the times when you never lost faith.

Once said by a famous man, truth by every brick.


Dharam Shah
24th Sept, 2012

In the name of GOD

What better than to start with a little name of god. Ganpati the symbol love, devotion, enthusiasm and affection.


In India this season is seen as the most patriotic season among others, devotees are seen dancing in joy of bringing their god to their homes and are also seen in tears when their loved god leaves after a spell of 10 days. These 10 days there is a enchanting and a environment where there’s fun.

lights, decorations, celebrations, songs and many more things to follow.
A definite reason to spend all 10 days with joy.

Dharam Shah
23rd Sept, 2012

A new Start…

This is my 1st blog and brand new welcome to another world. I have always thought to start blogging and share everything with people who are even far away from me.

It’s a brand new start and a brand new day, to start blogging what is needed is to share some experiences some thinking and some new things to let everyone know.

Well let the things get started…!!

Dharam Shah
23rd Sept, 2012