About Me

Welcome, dear visitor, to my Blog!

Before discussing the content of this website, let me first briefly introduce myself.
My name is Mr Arun Malik and I am professionally a software developer , working at the NSE.IT (http://www.nseit.biz/index.html) in Mumbai,India. My specialization is in Dotnet,Oracle,Ms Sqlserver and Crystal Report in Software Industry. Woring with NSE.IT I have obtained a huge knowledege in Financial Domain (Capital Market,Derivative Market...etc).I obtained my Bachelor Of Engineering degree in Computer Science from MGM College Of Engg & Technology,Mumbai University.

Me apart from Software, which is my profession, have various interests in other topics, most notably are Stock Market,Travelling,Exploration & Trekking...
Several activities of these interests are highlighted on this blog.
Amongst others, I am a navie trek organiser, active with a small trekking group called Inspire.
I made several trek & trips to various places on this planet. Some of them are listed in detail in my blog (http://www.moron-life.blogspot.com).
I also do various activities with camera.

On this blog you will find some information about ????, as well as many of my interests.
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Fragger B said...

arun i need some advice am a bit fat, ok fat (not a bit)

do u think i cud do the bhimashankar trek via ganesh ghat

is there like rope climbing or is it a trail made in the mountain and you just follow it !

Inspire said...

Hi Fragger,

Trek to Bhimashankar via Ganesh Ghat is rated as moderate in difficulty. There is no such rope climbimg…etc. It is tedious trek as it takes appx. 3 hrs to climb. Even in my group there were fat guys and did this trek very well. (You can see the snaps)

The longest journey begins with a single step. So just go & have a happy trek. ;-)

Please share your experience after this trek.

Keep climbimg.

yogesh band said...

brilliant man... a perfect blog... never seen all necessary info at one place.. specially first aid kit good job... :)

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