Happy Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan Infographic (2016)
Raksha Bandhan Infographic (2016)

‘Nobody remembers your Powerpoint presentations at your funeral’ – CHETAN BHAGAT

I sure do hope mine aren’t forgotten. I like words. I like data. I like pictures. I like content that is presented with pictures. Living in a hyper-stimulated world means our attention spans are the same as that of a grasshopper’s. We all prefer bite-sized,snackable info. I call them finger food for the brain. So, on the occasion of Rakhi – here’s a little canapé from me. Enjoy!

Tell me how much you love or hate making PPTs. Comment

Rakhi (2016) Drawing 5 H x 5 W x 0 in
Rakhi (2016)
Drawing 5 H x 5 W x 0 in

20 thoughts on “Happy Raksha Bandhan

  1. I’ve been to India only once but I love it. I didn’t know there was such a brother sister festival until I read this. So much mythology and meaning. So unlike the holidays we celebrate in the west.

  2. Though the occasion of raksha bandhan is a great one, Chetan Bhagath with his poor one liners and disloyalty towards the organization which made him what he is is certainty inappropriate the occasion. The occasion certainly needs someone who epitomes loyalty and trust.

  3. I can’t stand wordy bad PPTs I must’ve gone thru 1000s in the past year alone. Can’t say I love them. 😳

  4. I think it’s about time there was a masters degree in Microsoft PowerPoint. Our jobs depend on it! I love it

  5. Sapna You must know Kannadigas celebrate Bheemana Amavasya where women pray not just for the wellbeing of brothers but their husbands and all male family members.

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