"What lies behind us
and what lies before us are small matters compared to what lies
Suneet Singh Mausil
English (spoken… haryanvi, bihari, urdu, etc!)
Marital status married
Height 6 feet, 182 cms
Love to travel and visit new places.
Crack jokes all the time. OKAY... try to crack jokes all the time :)
Not a hardliner; do what my heart, mind and soul permits.
Honest in all… most circumstances.
Always try to help and guide anyone seeking or not seeking it!
I don't work, because I do only the things I like to do!
High aims, high thoughts, high dreams and high inputs for making them
Eccentric at times.
Love new adventures & challenges.
|Interests & Hobbies
Sleeping when I get
Reading biographies, etc etc…
I can't live without music, my
headphones are always ON! I listen from rock to ragas, every type of
Kishore Kumar, Led Zeppelin,
Pink Floyd, Metallica, A R Rehman, and many more...
Yuhi chala chal rahi - A R Rehman
Since I've been loving you - Led Zeppelin
Time - Pink Floyd
Jaane kya dhoondta hai ye mera dil- Lucky Ali
Dil Chahta Hai - OST
and many more...
I see the television for NEWS
and Movies only. I hate serials but see some talk shows & game shows. I
don't have specific taste for a particular kind of movies and here are
the ones I like the most (the favorite one changes with my mood!).
Jaane bhi do yaaron
Dil chahta hai
Rang De Basanti
House on the haunted hill
Die Hard I
...and science fiction movies (never skip any)!
My Favorite Sports
Its not only a sport for me, its my lifestyle!
Cricket on the roof of my house, Ping-Pong on my dining table, Chess on
Internet and Rapid/Blitz/Lightening Chess!
Cricket (when India wins
or lose graciously), Football, Tennis, Any sport where Indians or some
famous players are playing! Live chess games on internet involving Anand
or Kasparov! .. and WWF!
Best compliment received!
It's a story now!
I went to play my first national
(chess) at Bikaner in 1998. It was National U-18. I got hammered and was
in the latter half of the final positions. In the last round I was
playing against a local lad Ravi Khanna, a cute chubby boy, who looked a
bit like my younger brother. I asked him to call a draw and roam around,
as the result would have made no difference. He insisted to play on and
told me that the local association will give him a prize if he gets 4
points, and he needs to win this game for that. I seriously offered him
to take the point as it was nothing for me. BUT! He refused like
a true class chess player! The game was going on equally till I found a
super move. Before executing it I asked him about his family (his family
was also involved in organizing the event). I just tried to light him
down, and then made the move. He didn't understand it and thought that
it is a blunder. After two moves he realized that he is actually lost.
He resigned and my friends congratulated me on the win. BUT! He
started crying silently. Everyone including me tried to calm him down
and I seriously offered him to take the point again, as the result
wasn't yet submitted to the organizers. BUT! That young lad
refused strongly. He didn't even for a second give a thought about it.
This is what true chess players are like! He finally calmed down and
congratulated me too.
Now where is the compliment?! After the prize distribution, I was
talking with the 'best game prize winner', and many other top-placed
players. Suddenly an old man in typical Rajasthani dress and big
moustache came to me, took my hand in his both hands and said… "All
the best, all the best". Then he realized that the tournament is
over! ...and said "aage ke liye". I was shocked and surprised and
said "thank you". He continued… "aap bahut acche hain, aapne jo
hamare bachhe ko kaha… aap bahut acche hain" and went away slowly.
The people standing with me were surprised by that gesture as well, as
they didn't know what happened. I myself didn't understand what happened
that time, and later I realized that it was a compliment. I was standing
with the top-guns of the tournament and someone came to compliment me! I
don't know who he was, what relation he had with that boy, but I know
that it was his heart that was complimenting me! UNFORGETFUL.