This blog isn’t about a place, or a new item which I’ve recently tasted. This is more of a thank you blog which I’m writing down to all the people who have supported and loved me over the course of few months. I’m into food blogging now for more than a year. My own website which I recently created for independent blogs has been the outcome of the interest of so many of you readers.
The overall journey so far has been nothing short of an adventure ride. Food blogging helped me grow as a person by meeting new people each and every single day. Each place and person has his own unique way to handle things. When it comes to the management side of the story, the restaurant/place have been super friendly on most of the occasions. Meeting fellow young and old food blogger has been a delight. The eminent food bloggers have always been an inspiration and have been showering their blessings on each of my endeavors. Their support on every new post, video or a Instagram post has been so humble and gracious. On the other hand, the upcoming food bloggers, with their naive yet creative thinking have been a source of energy to live up to to the ever changing social media scenes when it comes to food. Thank you to all the fellow bloggers and the restaurants who whole happily welcomed SidfromPune and his work.
As a kid, my childhood was never inclined towards being creative. It was more on the playful side where each day was spent by simply spending time at school and classes and nothing more. We had art classes, which was a platform for every student to show the world(school) their creativity, artistic and innovative side of their personality. Let me be very frank here, not even once in 10 years has my work ever got selected for the exhibition in school. The school assembly hall was hosting this “Art Exhibition” every year on the result day. Parents were dragged by their kids to this spot, because the kids art was on display. Totally unaware how does that feel, the Art exhibition was a mere walk for me as my work was never on display! Although this kid being never at par with the other kids at any level in arts section at school for straight 10 years, I have deepest of my respect for my mom and dad who never-ever did make me feel bad about it. They were pretty okay with the fact that I simply cannot draw or make something really outstanding. They did help me out in every way to make me take interest in such ‘extra-curricular’ activities, but never a pressure.
After a decade when I told my mom that work in getting featured at ‘Balgandharva Rangmandir’ she was confounded. Super-happy with the fact that the kid who never got a single item of his displayed at school level for 12 years, now has directly got featured in Pune’s top vintage art gallery! For those who have no clue what ‘Balgandharva Rangmandir’ is, it’s one of the most iconic places in Pune. Top-notch, fine Marathi actors have performed here. It is a theatre auditorium and exhibition hall and has been in Pune since 1962. So it really was a big deal for me indeed !
For the guys who missed the exibition, do not worry here are the two pictures which got selected.
A big thank you to Mandar Kolhapure, for letting me participate in this event. It is India’s first of it’s kind exhibition. Mandar has been a friend and a inspiration to click fantastic pictures from mobile phone. His love and interest for food pictures is the the reason behind this whole event at first place.
Thank you once again for all the love and support. More exciting and new content coming after this super motivating event. Happy eating and spread the happiness.
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