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My hobby is to do lappy: RSV


Hey people, I am Rahul, better known as RSV in the blogosphere. I was born on international women’s day in the year 1988 when Rajiv Gandhi was very famous in India.

Since Rahul was the name of his son, my grandparents, started calling me by that very name.

I am still a student. And I am still searching which way I should go. After getting into IIT Roorkee, an engineering college, with science as a major and after three years of awesome life in its magnificent campus, I have decided that science is not actually my cup of tea. I am at home right now and practically speaking, I do nothing at this point of time.

Now hobbies: I am not sure whether I am that kind of guy who even likes to have hobbies, I see a lot of movies on my Lappy, I see a lot of serials on my lappy, I play some occasional games on Lappy, sometimes, I become a reading freak and read gigabytes of pages in my lappy, and sometimes, I just sleep: not for hours…but for days… OK, you can say: my hobby is to do lappy…


Q: Welcome to Speakbindas. Tell us since when blogging has been a part of your life? Was there any motive or inspiration as a backbone of it?

Ans.: I started blogging in the summer of 2008 because people around me were doing the same. Specifically speaking, I have always been very tough for others to see through my mind. I tend to enjoy my solitude and don’t like it when someone barges in uninvited. But there have always been some things, some ideas or thoughts that need an outlet. You can’t hold them for too long in your mind. They tend to corrupt your mind if you try to do so. In my case too, there were many things which needed to be thrown out. And so, I started blogging. In one line I can say: “I BLOG BECAUSE I WANT TO GET RID OF MY NEGATIVITY.”

Q: What is your blog all about? Which topics you cover there? Is that you alone running/maintaining the blog, or have a team?

Ans.: I blog about anything I observe and that means anything. But analyzing the posts I have written in my blog I can say that I blog about life.

Q.: How important is it for the blogger to interact with their readers? Do you respond to all the comments that you receive?

Ans.: It is very important for the blogger to interact with their readers. See, the whole point of making your ideas public is to let other people to understand them. Right? So it becomes necessary that a blogger carefully studies the comments and replies them accordingly. What is the use of wasting time in writing an article if your readers don’t get it?

Q: What are the present statistics for your blog, i.e. number of daily visitors, visitors geographical status etc.?

Ans.: I used to care a lot about this particular aspect of blogging before. But today, it’s not of much concern to me. I sincerely believe that if I continue producing quality material for my readers they will continue reading it.


Q: Who are your favorite bloggers, whom you read frequently?

Ans.: I can read anything, if it gives me a certain amount of satisfaction. So there are not certain “types” of bloggers I choose over others. But yes, there are many bloggers I respect for their sheer brilliance of explaining things. See, there are two things:

1. Creativity of the article

2. The explanation part Frankly speaking, there is a dearth of creativity in blogosphere and honestly accepting; it is also very tough to create something very new all the time. So most of the times, it is the explanation, i.e. the presentation, which needs to be considered.

Q: What was the happiest and gloomiest moment of your life?

Ans.: Read my blog and you will find both

Q: Are you into watching movies? If yes, which fills your list of favorite ones?

Ans.: Yes, I watch a lot of movies. I am writing a post about them. 😛

Q: How has blogging helped you in general?

Ans.: Blogging has helped me find many friends and connect me to very interesting people. It has also given me a better sense of thought. In fact it won’t be an exaggeration if I say, blogging has given me an identity.

Q: Any special message you would like to share with your blog readers as well with everyone else?

Ans.: Yes, and it is very simple; be good, do good.


Devang Vibhakar is the Founder and Editor of www.SpeakBindas.com. He has interviewed more than 350 people. His effort was recognized by Limca Book of Records, twice. He has been to Scotland as well as Germany as part of vocational & cultural exchange programs and has compiled five books so far. He's passionate about bringing forth interesting stories & interviews of entrepreneurs to avid readers of SpeakBindas. He can be reached here.

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