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30 Years in 30 Days


I started a series of 30 posts to celebrate my 30th birthday or 30 years in 30 days with title - "30 things i experienced before i turned 30" . Its an story of average middle class Indian boy, hope you all will find it relevant. Thanks for all the love and support.

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