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Hello People,

I was blogged forward by my buddy jitendra kumar kansal ‘s BIF  and will try to complete mine and pass it on.

Thanks Jeetu for this honor.

Introduction

My name is Rakshit Doshi. I have been associated with Prism Informatics starting as a SAP Mobility Consultant and now acting as an architect and supporting Presales for SAP Mobility 🙂 I have been born and brought up in one of the best cities in the world Mumbai – the city which never sleeps, where you dare to dream and see it accomplished 😳 . I am currently settled in Dubai – the  business and cultural hub of the Middle East

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Fun Fact about my City

Mumbai–these are the words where my life lies in. Its true that if you stay in mumbai and you are taken to any part of the world you will still miss Mumbai. Being a Mumbaite automatically makes you cool 😛 . It is the commercial and entertainment capital of India. The city of dreams, the city that never sleeps thats what defines Mumbai the best. Its varied culture, its diversity and more importantly its unity.

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Today Dubai has emerged as a cosmopolitan metropolis that has grown steadily to become a global city and business and cultural hub. The emirate’s western style model of business drives its economy with the main revenue from tourism, real estate and financial services.

These are some of the snapshots which i took from the top of Burj Khalifa (from the 140th floor 🙂 )

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Life in Dubai

I am enjoying wandering around in the streets of Dubai and looking at all those sky scrappers. This city has got a great infrastructure. Apart from the hot temperature everything here in Dubai is simply cool 😛

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What do you most enjoy on SCN?

Whenever i find time i spend it on  Mobility Platform forum, SAP Mobile as i am not a great social networking buff like that of Facebook,Twitter.

  • Here we find the solution by a lot of experts for almost any issue.
  • Upcoming events and news in the field
  • Helping people with their queries or issues which I would have encountered earlier.

What makes you smile/laugh?

Now this is a very tough question that Jeetu you put forward 😛 I always keep smiling and staying happy. I always believe that with a happy face you spread happiness in the whole world. A smile is the only medicine which even makes your enemy your friend. 🙂 So you will find me laughing for no reason (Dont assume that i am mad if you find me laughing a lot 😛 )

Had you not been into software at all, where would you have been?


This is one of the most dangerous question in life. I always had an unstable mind right from my childhood as to what i wanted to become. Somedays i wanted to be an actor, sometimes i wanted to be a super hero 😛 , at times doctor,engineer. There were actually no fields that I didnt want to become. But slowly then I got pushed into Engineering in which for the first year i kept wondering what all is going on 😛 . But if would not have been into software i would have been into the Indian Army. But i dont find any difference between an army and an IT employee 😛 fighting over deadlines and for survival is the basic analogy between both of them 😀 But on a serious note if not in software i would have been either in the army or the air force.

What is your favorite place in the world?

Hmm..there are a lot of places . My favourites place would be Amsterdam, Paris, Madrid and Mauritius. But my favouritest is still Mumbai 🙂

Now i Will like to Blog It Forward to

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My questions would be

1. The best thing that has happened in your life

2. Where do you hang around the most and the craziest thing that you have done with your friends


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  1. Susan Keohan

    Hi Rakshit,

    Those photos of Mumbai are fantastic – no wonder it is your favorite place in the world.  I have to laugh a little that you say you ‘had an unstable mind right from my childhood’ as to an American, this *might* mean you are mentally challenged – and then you fell right into software!  But I do know what you mean… as a young person I thought I could be many things, and in the end it was sheer luck which brought me to the field I now love.

    Thanks for joining the #BIF initiative – I love how it just keeps going, and I know it makes xMoshe Naveh (Old Acct) happy to 🙂

    Sue

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  2. Tammy Powlas

    I enjoyed the pictures in this BIF as well.  Mumbai “the city that never sleeps” reminds me of New York City, also a “city that never sleeps”

    Thank you for contributing.

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  3. Jitendra Kansal

    Rakshit Doshi

    first of all thanks a lot for accepting my invitation.  🙂

    what a lovely blog with beautiful pix.

    Laughing is good for health 😀 😛

    But i dont find any difference between an army and an IT employee fighting over deadlines and for survival is the basic analogy between both of them

    Rgrds.

    Jitendra

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  4. Suseelan Hari

    Hi Rakshit,

    I was there in Vashi, I love mumbai! 😘

    Thank you so much for sharing about you and your experience. It was very interesting and different to read you BIF. Keep up the good work. Thanks for sharing exceptional blog. Keep rocking and sharing new innovation and ideas. I love to read your blogs and happy to comment it.

    Have a nice day!

    Regards,

    Hari Suseelan

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  5. Chandra Shekhar Agarwal

    Hello Rakshit,

    By name MUMBAI and DUBAI looks same, just difference of some alphabet 😀 , and both are very famous in the world.

    Couple of months back only i went there for a week vacation, i liked some places(Marine Drive, Juhu Beach and Chopati …) there and that ‘VADA-PAV’ was really awesome there.

    Thanks for sharing some part of your life with us. 🙂

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