Author Archives: Nikhil Khandekar

About Nikhil Khandekar

I have been a teacher, writer, editor, translator, book lover - now ebook and audiobook lover - and a student every step of the way. I've been there and done that and never ceased to be amazed by either the natural or the man-made worlds. I am the founder of Webwrit - a unique service for sourcing top-notch web content writing, editing, and translation services. My website is www.webwrit.com. My blog is my personal attempt to serve up the very best of content in English that my younger friends, peers, and elders alike might read for the sheer pleasure of reading something straight from a familiar heart.

A Verbal Graphic

or ‘A Graphic Verb’ if you will?  I have often been dumbfounded by the almost palpable animosity between writers and graphic designers. Each insists that his own craft is supreme. Why so, I ask. Would your body tell you to disregard words when … Continue reading

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A Princess Grows Up!

When a child does well, the high experienced by parents is quite simply indescribable. To see one’s child do well is a million-dollar privilege. And blessed are the parents that enjoy such bliss. Madhura, our beloved daughter, did exceedingly well … Continue reading

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Dr. Ganesh Devy – A Fount of Perennial Inspiration

A man who teaches in better ways than experience can, writes seminally, speaks with democratic authority, and feels profoundly for the downtrodden and underprivileged, comes once in a few centuries. A man who is capable of maintaining perfect poise while balancing … Continue reading

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Meeting Marla Davis It was a series of interactions over Google Plus that led to my online acquaintance with Marla Davis. Over time, as we shared our trials, experiences, and stories, the online acquaintance grew into an appreciation of and … Continue reading

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On Starting from Scratch – III

Taking the Plunge Perhaps it IS important to live well – have enough resources to feed the family. What is more important in my opinion, however, is to teach the family and others around you to live proud lives. That … Continue reading

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On Starting from Scratch – II

Dreaming Big It does help to have a large vision for the future. True, you may not become the next Google, Twitter, Starbucks, or Apple. Chances are, you’ll be nothing more than just another entrepreneur. And yes, the world is … Continue reading

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On Starting from Scratch – Part I

Starting out on a small, self-owned business isn’t all that hard.  Yes, it takes a serious lack of addiction to easy salary, high levels of commitment to what one believes in, a strong desire to live life on one’s own … Continue reading

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