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Oberlin Confessional

The Confessionals (starting from the Oberlin Confessional) is a set of open message boards that are strictly accessible only in their respective communities. Due to the open yet closed nature of these Confessionals, they are an excellent means of quick, frivolous and community filtered discussions within a community. (see

Traffic Police Jaipur

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In 2001, I embarked on a project with the Traffic Police in my city to create their website. The website served as an information portal to citizens, covering every aspect of traffic in the city. Extensive research was done to find and recreate the contents posted on the website. The website was launched in 2002 by Mr. Shantanu Kumar, Deputy General of Rajasthan Police. Banner
(under construction) ImprovingIndia will be a portal that uses the collective insights of its readers to provide suggestions for improving India in all spheres of human interaction. The exact details are being worked out.

Sagar Guest Rooms Website

Sagar Guest Rooms WebsiteSagar Guest Rooms WebsiteMy family converted our old place into a Bed and Breakfast, and I was given the task of making its website. has a consistent layout and a simple Online Reservation system written in PHP. The website was a fun exercise in aesthetics and I took the photos myself. I'm most proud of the photo I took for this page: .

DLSim Website

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DLSim is a logic circuit analysis software built for educational use. In the Summer of 2008, I worked as a Research Assistant under its creator Prof. Richard Salter, and made this website for the project.

Father Edward Oliveira's Website

Father Edward Oliveira is an Educator, an ordained Priest, and a very inspired Musician. I made his website in 2002 when he was the Principal at St. Anselm's Pink City School, Jaipur.

Sai Baba's Website

With a tiny bit of divine inspiration, I made a website on the saint Sai Baba of Shirdi. It contains the text of the Sai Satcharitra and links to commonly sought media about Sai Baba.

Khamaghani - a portal to Rajasthan

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Raj Bhawan Website

ScreenshotScreenshot When I earned my MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineering) certification in 1999 at the age of 14, H.H. The Governor of Rajasthan Mr. Anshuman Singh invited me for tea, so as to encourage my efforts in Computer Science. He also commissioned me to create a website for his office, which I did promptly.

Website on Martyr Amit Bharadwaj

I disagree with War as a general rule and truly believe in peace and non-violent protest, but the death of a young soldier from my city during the Kargil War awakened the Indian in me. I wrote a poem about the war, and made this website dedicated to Shaheed (Martyr) Amit Bharadwaj.

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