about me: in a bit more detail


Compliments of the New Year! πŸ™‚

It is already the 7th of January, and it seems just yesterday that I was contemplating the closure of yet another year and what all it had meant for me even as it paved the way for a sequel. There was a sense of dΓ©jΓ  vu in the air.

Except for one thingβ€”a chunk of my holidays was taken up in finalizing my personal site. Tweaking it and polishing it to ensure it was perfect, for me at least. You could call the site my fancy online business card, for a better word. But why a personal site, you may ask? Is a blog not enough?

My justification for it is that I keep getting asked, “So what exactly do you do?” My ‘About’ page in my blog doesn’t help, limited as it is with its stunted description of me. Blame it on my being an introvert.

I truly believe humans are multi-dimensional beings and when we strive to be uni-dimensional we sell ourselves short. We have the DNA and the capacity to express ourselves in many ways and to also shine in each.

Coming to terms with this fact and not dismissing parts of me as being inconsequential and, hence, not worthy of diligent nurturing and celebration was not an overnight revelation. Instead it took me many years. I now put in equal effort into all my pet passions that make me happy, and also hold them up as valid accomplishments. What I do for a living is, in consequence, just as meaningful to me as how I spend a Sunday afternoon.

In my first post for 2017 I would like to, thus, share with you my recent labour of love. I have named it www.ramaarya.com.

The site is a compilation of my many facetsβ€”as a communication capacity builder, traveller, blogger, art enthusiast, and volunteerβ€”and the stories behind them, and, therefore, me.

I would also like to add that it would give me much joy if you could tell me more about yourselves in this post’s ‘Comments’ section or through a note sent from my website’s ‘Contact’ section.

Happy New Year. May we this year celebrate our wholeness with much gusto. ❀

57 thoughts on “about me: in a bit more detail

  1. Hi Rama, I just recently found your blog and also just recently started blogging myself. I had a look a your personal site now and find it very well organized and appealing. What is more, I can relate to all of your subcategories: travelling, blogging, art, volunteering. I want to make it short here, but I have also lots of stories to tell. Btw, I am German and in 1991 I was backpacking through India for two months all by myself πŸ™‚ If you wish to find out more about me, you can do so by looking at my artist’s page http://www.sommerkunst.net or read my blog http://www.sommerkunstblog.net. I would be happy to stay in touch πŸ™‚

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  3. God bless you.

    On Sat, Jan 7, 2017 at 9:03 AM, rama arya’s blog wrote:

    > Rama Arya posted: ” Compliments of the New Year! πŸ™‚ It is already the 7th > of January, and it seems just yesterday that I was contemplating the > closure of yet another year and what all it had meant for me even as it > paved the way for another one. There was a sense of d” >

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    • Am glad I was able to answer your question then, rolfsakowskiRolf Sakowski. πŸ™‚ Thank you for the follow and commenting. It is much appreciated. Hope you continue to comment and read my posts.


      • Yes, I will further follow your blog. I Like the way you talk and I adore your very good english. Have a good time, best wishes – a man from cold Germany!

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          • Hi Rama! I am very surprised that you was Born in good old Germany. Do you speak German?
            My First “Impression” of India I had by reading
            Bromfields novell “The Great Rain”. I was still a Young Guy and fascinated about all that maharadschas. Have a good time! Best wishes
            From the German man…

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    • Hello bridie83. Read your blog and found it very interesting. There is much need for blogs like yours as well in the online space to help people understand how our minds works. Thank you for sharing and am happy you enjoying my posts.


  4. I was just thinking about some adjustments for my blog and then I found Yours. What a wonderful coincidence? I love what you write. It gives me the courage to keep going cause I was about to give up. By the way if you could stop by my blog for once , I will be happy πŸ™‚

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    • The universe works in wondrous ways. πŸ™‚ Am glad you are finding my blog encouraging. I visited your blog. It is an interesting mix–dark both visually and textually, yet the inner light peeps through, stubbornly, to inspire. Never lose that light. It can take us to fantastic places!

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  5. Hi rama..saw a few of your blogs… Looks amazing.. I’m new to this do it’s Inspiring to see what a good blog looks like.. Hopefully I will get to this point soon… And please keep posting about India… My parents originate from there.. Love learning about it

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    • Welcome to India! It is a wonderful country, and a traveller’s paradise. I moved back here six years ago and not a day goes by that I am not surprised or impressed by its superlatively rich heritage and colourful people. πŸ™‚ Am glad I am getting to share my experiences with you. Thank you for reading my posts.

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      • I have only visited India a few times in my life.. But would love to explore it more… My grandparents..parents were from punjab so I have been there a couple of times…absolutely love it..Maybe one day I will visit longer and see other places

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