About Me  

I'm joining Service Space because ... ...its energy is infectious :)

A good day to me is when ... I meditate for two hours or more :)

My hero in life is ...The BUDDHA

My favorite book is ...The greatest disciples of the BUDDHA

One thing I'm grateful for is ... Vipassana meditation


The Next Revolution Will Be Spun. One ...

Dec 02, 2019, 1 comments, 25 smiles The next revolution will be spun. One heartstring at a time.  Pancho@ESI, GandhiGram, Gujarat

Welcome Aboard Jai Jagat Airlines!

Dec 02, 2019, 2 comments, 32 smiles Welcome aboard Jai Jagat Airlines!  This is your captain Pancho, speaking from ze Milky Way. Please do not fasten your seatbelts.  Keep your minds, hearts and doors open! ServiceSpace crew, prepare for takeoff!  You will be served throughout. Sit still. Relax. And enjoy the flight :) #nophotoshop #pancho #takingcleaniness2thenextlevel #BAAMplexForReal @ESI,Sugad,GandhiGram,Gujarat

Investment Opportunity :)

Nov 14, 2019, 4 comments, 16 smiles We (ReforestIndia) were invited to set up a small stall at a conference where about 350 of the industry’s CEOs/MDs were meeting to discuss “the future of manufacturing”. I couldn’t resist... And this was born... I think you will enjoy it :)

Rain Fall

Sep 25, 2018, 3 comments, 8 smiles I found a video doing the rounds on WhatsApp and re-edited it to make it simple. I thought you'd like the profound message in this simple demo.

Inspiring Link

Jul 20, 2018, 3 smiles HOW TO PLANT A TREE ( FOR SOMEONE YOU LOVE) sometime ago, reforestIndia got a call from a few folks at enableIndia- an organization that trains the visually impaired to be "job ready". a group of 5 visually impaired people wished to volunteer to plant trees. "how many trees do you wish to plant?" we asked. (usually, the average response is 1 tree, 2 trees or maybe even 7 to 10 trees. no more.) but these people had a greater vision. "we want to plant 500 trees" they said. "fine. would you like to start with 50 trees?" ok. ok. before this call happened, we'd been getting many requests from tree lovers asking us to make an instructional/demo video on "how to plant a tree ". this seemed like a good time for the film to be made. so, without knowing what to expect, i ended up at the planting site with a camera. the volunteers, strutted in with their foldable ... Read Full Story

Inspiring Link

Jul 15, 2018, 7 smiles Kaziranga rescue: Wild acts of kindness!  Somewhere in the middle of the north east jungle i met a woman who works with elephants and rhinos in Assam. Being an elephant lover, I wanted to chip in. Here’s my first two bits to raise awareness. Hope it moves you enough to open your heart (and your wallet :)Thank you in advance from all the elephants, rhinos, tigers, mouse deer and mice from Kaziranga, Assam!    

Rich Man's Song

May 29, 2018, 6 comments, 14 smiles I was deeply inspired by this man in Meghalaya. So I made this. :)

A Simple Idea -- #GiveUpTheGun > Shoot 'n Share

Mar 06, 2018, 11 smiles Can we get little boys to #GiveUpTheGun by giving up their toy guns to send a powerful message of peaceful resistance to the prevalent "gun culture" (quite like the swadeshi movement where Indians gave up foreign cloth and burned them in heaps, in public) ? Pardon the pun, but the idea and the ask is to “trigger” a chain reaction of small acts where children and parents across schools and neighbourhoods gave up their toy guns. And make it public. The ask? Images like these to be shared across networks and communities from different parts of the world, with children and parents giving up toys guns for a peaceful future, free from guns. Could be images og guns in trash cans. Guns reused as shovels, cloth hangers, swings, flower vases...you get the drift. We can get as creative as we want to. Every image with the abandoned guns, could have a child holding a ... Read Full Story

Young Siddhartha’s Compassion :)

Feb 20, 2018, 4 comments, 27 smiles Recently, I asked my son, Siddhartha, to miss school so he could learn how to make a lake. :) We headed to the farm in our village. We had to walk a lot to the fields and back. On one such walk, Siddhartha saw a farm worker, about to carry three pipes all alone. He asked me to ask the labourer, if he needed any help. I told Siddhartha to check himself. So he quietly walked up to the man, lifted one end of the pipes, placed it on his head and walked all the way to where it was to be unloaded. (A little less than a kilometers maybe) Every morning we have tender coconuts delivered home, which he opens and serves. This morning, he did this:)

75 Seconds Of Hope

May 10, 2015, 2 comments, 9 smiles Here's a Mother's Day commercial I helped create for amazon, that I'm very happy about.  Somehow the world's biggest e-tailer approved a commercial that says you don't need to buy. :)