First experience is always a special one and today, it is a special day for me and my blog. Vaidus World is special to me. It is a place where I can shout and put my views in front of the world without giving a single thought to what people will think about it… A blog which expresses my emotions, views, and opinions through my poems and blogs… A place where I can openly speak about the shit happening around me… A place where I can be weird, crazy, silly, angry, and excited about every small stuff. This place accepts me the way I am. 🙂
But today, I am excited and extremely happy for this blog… my blog… Vaidus World. It made me proud. How? It won the hearts of its audience. It received an award, Liebster Blog Award. Liebster Blog Award is a people’s award which helps in discovering new blogs and building a bloggers’ community.
Below are a few rules for accepting this award:
- Thanking the blogger who nominated you with a backlink.
- Displaying award badge.
- Answering nominator’s questions.
- Writing 11 random facts about yourself.
- Nominating 11 new or small bloggers..
- Asking 11 questions from your nominees.
- Notifying your nominees through social media.
As far as the first rule is concerned, I believe I never wanted this as a ‘Rule’. EVAMAUDE made me and my blog feel special and thanking you isn’t enough. However, I really want you to know that I felt special by seeing my blog in the nomination list on your blog page. I accept this award open-heartedly and with all the love for you and my readers. Thank you for choosing Vaidus World! 🙂
Answer To My Nominator’s Question
While writing your post what do you do? Do you have some tradition/routine that helps you to write the best post?
Ans. My blog majorly comprises of either hindi poems or blogs for social awareness. When I write poems I just close my eyes for 5 minutes and then start pouring the words which hit my brain. However, when I write a blog for social awareness I simply follow my heart and shout with full strength.
What do you find the most challenging about blogging?
Ans. I am a straight forward person and it is not a good quality for an author who writes about social issues. Whenever I write on a particular issue I make sure that I double check it because my emotions or opinion shouldn’t hurt anyone. It shouldn’t be biased. Someone who writes against something should learn to keep emotions aside and should research wisely. Trust me! It is not an easy task most of the times.
What 3 tips would you give to new bloggers?
#Tip 1: Speak your heart
#Tip 2: Research well and give credits. Bloggers shouldn’t be thieves afterall.
#Tip 3: Keep a check on your language and grammar.
What is your dream job?
Ans. I am lucky that I am already living it. I am an Entrepreneur and that was my dream job.
If you could pick anywhere to live in the world, where would it be and why?
Ans. Bhatona, Bulandshahr, U.P., India. 🙂 My family roots reside on this area of the planet and it is the place where my grandpa spent his life. It is a small village and I would love to make my home here once again as we moved away long back. So, I just wanna live with my grandpa’s soul and close to my family. Also, because my venture starts with my grandpa’s name so I would love to have an office at Bhatona which can generate employment for the village people as well.
Pick one song that is the anthem to your life?
Ans. As I am a music lover so choosing one is a really difficult task. But if I have to tell one then it would either Jagjit Singh’s Gazal, Vo kagaz ki kashti or Gulam Ali’s Gazal, Dil mein ek leher si uthi hai
What inspires you most?
Ans. Criticism of my blogs (especially on the one which is written on social issue).
Name your favourite blog(s)?
Ans. Pint Size Fiction is one of my favourite these days. 🙂
Do you have some favourite YouTuber’s?
Ans. Yes! IISuperwomanII 🙂
Have you ever checked my YouTube channel? (EVAMAUDE)
Ans. Not yet. Will check it soon. 🙂
Write 11 Random facts about yourself?
#Fact 1: I look like an extrovert to many but I am really a big introvert when it comes to my emotions.
#Fact 2: I hate crying in front of people (even my closest friends or my mom).
#Fact 3: I lose my temper very quickly when something wrong happens around me in the society.
#Fact 4: I am not satisfied with my studies so I am working on it now. I strongly feel MBA was a wrong choice for me as I am a creative person inclined towards content. So, I should have studied Mass Communication. Now I am pursuing it. 🙂
#Fact 5: I wanted to pursue PhD. since my school days because that is the highest degree to achieve here and I wanted to be a highest qualified in the family.
#Fact 6: After my retirement, I want to build a home for kids (orphans). It will not be like a regular orphanage. It will be more of like a normal Indian Home with the facilities like kitchen, dressing room, dinning area etc. It will also have a separate section for education… May be a school which will be affiliated from some Indian education board.
#Fact 7: I belong to a JAT community which is considered to be an aggressive one in India. Honestly, I do become aggressive but not regularly. It happens rarely and only when something wrong is happening around me. So, I believe it has nothing to do with the community. I am JAT but I love being one.
#Fact 8: I have my family roots in a small village of Bulandshahar district in India. Its name is Bhatona and I want to visit it once in life just to feel the presence of my elders who are no more now.
#Fact 9: Because my father owns a business and I have seen its challenges very closely since my childhood days so I was anti-business and was totally against entrepreneurship till my college days. However, now I also own one and later I realized that it is in my blood. 🙂
#Fact 10: I don’t like the concept of serial entrepreneurship. It’s a personal choice. I don’t want to be one because if I am starting a company then I want it to succeed and it is not for sale. Although, at times situations push you to sell it but if I do then I will surely not take it as a positive thing for my professional growth. It will be discouraging to me.
#Fact 11: I discovered my poem writing skills due to the criticism which I faced when I was in 7th standard. My english teacher asked us to write an english poem and I was very bad with that. In fact, I am still bad with pouring out my emotions in the form of english poetry. So I discovered my love for Hindi poems after that. 🙂
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So, here it goes. Congratulation to all of you!
Questions For My Nominees
- When did you identify that you wanted to be blogger?
- How do you get new topics to write?
- What inspires you to write?
- Are you also a reader along with a blogger?
- How do you take criticism about your blogs?
- Do you want to pursue blogging as a profession or is it just your hobby?
- Share your own favourite published blog till date?
- Who is your favourite blogger?
- Do you think twice before putting your opinion or personal stuff on your blog?
- What all things do you do to make your blog visible to your readers?
- Write 11 random facts about yourself?
So at the end, I would like to thank all my readers once again and congratulate the nominees. 🙂