Should I be stumped or be surprised at an offer stating that a Pakistani site wants my interview? Well, I got stumped at first. Unsure of what to do, I just kept it behind everything until I found that Nikhil had done this as well. So, relaxing my apprehensions, I jumped into the bandwagon too. The full interview can be found here, whose excerpts go like this…
Would you please tell us something about you and your site?
Hello! My name is Sriharsha and I am an Engineering student from Bangalore, India. I am basically a controlled extrovert among general public, and among close friends, a crazy cracker who blabbers everything without a second thought. So, take me to be a straight forward, yet humble person. It was out of frustration that i started a blog, which will be clear if you read my first post. But later on, i wrote whenever my personal life clogged up and the situation demands me to unwind. So letting my mind free is the basic thing my site is all about.
Do you feel that you continue to grow in your writing the longer you write? Why is that important to you?
Yes. because, the more i write, the more readers i get, which means i get to read more blogs, and that means, i know about the diversity existing around me in terms of language, ideas, knowledge, patriotism, regionalism, mentalities, and a host of other things which my sub-conscious mind keeps probing about. So, it indirectly enhances my personality.
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Coming to the awards part, I am proud and happy to receive a few awards from my fellow bloggers. The “Butterfly” award and a “Blogger’s Trophy” were bestowed upon my blog 🙂 .
Okay! In this happy ocassion, Let me come to the 3rd part of this post! The ‘Su’ secret part. Probably, this is one thing that has triggerred a lot of discussion in My Blogosphere. So, what is Su? Well, there are three reasons I got that one.
- I played a prank once in engineering. I msged one of my friend Sunil saying that i was a gal and had a huge crush on him. He found out later that day that I was the culprit. As a remembrance of this prank, which was too good, I was branded with half of his name. So, its Su.
- Similarly, Su is one half of another person’s nickname, who holds a very important place in my life. Without him, I would not be what I am and I take this chance to be happy to be with him. My Father. He was called ‘Suku’ – his full name ‘Sukumar’ shortened by his friends.
- This is the most important reason why I called myself Su. It was a nickname and a shortened version of another word as well. I was given this by Pavan and a few other classmates. It has continued to be a super-small, convinient nickname since then. And, I wont be revealing anything more. 😛
Cya as soon as possible. 😀