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हज़ारों ख़्वाहिशें ऐसी कि हर ख़्वाहिश पे दम निक‌ले
बहुत निक‌ले मेरे अर‌मान लेकिन फिर भी कम निक‌ले
– ग़ालिब
Thousands of longing, each one to die for.
Many were fulfilled, but still too few!
- Galib

Here is a partial list of all the wishes I'd like to fulfill before I die. Prepared it after watching Dasvidaniya and saw such a page on Kartik Mistry's Blog. 
(Note - The below list is prepared keeping my budget in mind.)

  • Visit all the states of my country - India.
  • Write a book.
  • Visit all the 7 wonders of the world.
  • Donate money in some hospital for treating poor children free of cost or at negligible cost.
  • Learn to play Piano and Flute.
  • Even though I have studied in English Medium throughout my schooling and college, I love my mother tongue Gujarati more than English and I would like to make conscious efforts to keep Gujarati alive.
  • Learn to catch snakes.
  • See India-Pakistan border in Kutch (Gujarat), Rajasthan, Punjab and Kashmir.
  • Attend Manhar Udhas' live concert of Gujarati Gazals and Sai Bhajans.
  • Donate my eyes. Read this post.
  • Donate my body to a medical college. Read this post.
  • Get a form for eye donation and body donation and submit it. Read this post.
  • Get a Rolex watch. Either someone can gift me or I'll have to purchase it.


  1. ચી.ભાઈ યશપાલ,

    મારા 'મધુ પુંજ' ઉપર વર્ચ્યુઅલ પિયાનો મુકેલ છે, જે તમે કોમ્પ્યુટરના કી બોર્ડથી વિના મુલ્ય વગાડી શકો છો. ૧૯૬૪ની સાલમાં ભાવનગરની ભાવસિંહજી પોલીટેકનીકની અર્ધવાર્ષિક ટર્મ ફી ૫૬ રૂપિયા ના વાંધા હતા એટલે ૧૩ મહિના મુંબઈમાં રિજર્વ બેંકમાં કારકુની કરી. પછી એવું શું બન્યું કે સિંગાપોર, મલેશિયા, થાઈલેન્ડ, ઇન્ડોનેશિયાયા, કોરિયા, જાપાન, શ્રી લંકા, દુબઈ, બહેરીન, કુવૈત, અમેરિકા, કેનેડા અને મેક્ષિકોની ભૂમિ અનેક વખત ઘમરોળી ! બાળપણ ના બધાજ સપના મારા જીવનમાં કેવી રીતે સાકાર થયા તે જાણવા મારી ઈ-બુક 'અંતરના ઊંડાણે' થી વાંચવા મારી તમોને ભલામણ છે. તમારા પણ સપના જરૂર સાકાર થશે, જો સાચી દિશામાં આગળ વધશો તો - yK


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