Web of Things @ Footprints Baroda

Hello friends,

This blog post is about my recent event (https://reps.mozilla.org/e/wot-footprintsx6/) at Maharaja Sayaji Rao University, Baroda’s Techfest (FootPrints X6). It was really a great opportunity for me to organize first workshop (of huge participation of 130 people) on Connected Device track after the recent announcements at LS Singapore. Workshop was held on 2 days on 20th and 21st Feburary, along with this we had live booth by Mozilla India (Gujarat Community) for all 3 days where we explained attendees about Internet Privacy and FSA Program. The Fest had participation of more than 20,000 students from state of Gujarat and all nearby places.

About Footprints

Being one of the third largest and most known technical fest of country, they have also been winners of GUINNESS RECORD and LIMCA RECORD in past years.

The workshop with footprints was planned since November when Shreyas (not so sure) passed it to nearest rep. At that time i was the nearest rep and i began with proceedings and discussion, during LS Summit i discussed with John, and he was really very happy and supportive to know about this. Thanks John.

winter is here
Footprints X6

Best Moments

This time, out of all the attraction of fest, the major and unique ones were  Henry Throop (Senior Research Scientist(PSI), New Horizon Mission NASA); Meetul Patel, (General Manager, MICROSOFT-INDIA); Roel Vertegaal, (Inventor Of Samsung Smart-Pause Technologies); Chris Korn, (The Illusionist) and of-course Mozilla (represented by us).  This was really a big opportunity for me to represent a huge brand like Mozilla on this platform where i had super renowned and experienced people from different domains. This indeed made me feel proud and this was the very moment i again realized the power and value of open source, when Mr Throop took his phone out for having a snap with we team members. After a good discussion in rest lounge he was really inspired and equally interested to know more about our work and dedication towards Mozilla

Day 0

Due to delay in trains (because of weather) we were late to reach Baroda and got late to inaugurate the booth, but somehow we managed to start the booth by 12 PM on 19th of February.  The Mozillians team from Gujarat was really helpful and coordinating and made it possible to handle a huge crowd that our booth experienced just after an hour of inauguration.  Attendees were so excited to know about the FSA program and the privacy tips and trics, as they had never experienced any thing with open source and these things were really new and eye catching form them. Within three days we were able to recruit around 300 FSA’s and explained about privacy and open source to around 1500 people (most of them belonging to technical domain).

Day 1

On the next day we were supposed to kick start the workshop, for which we did a last moment planning till late in night (me, Ram and Dipesh were working on robot once again till 3 AM to make sure we face no problem next morning).

Then came the most awaited moment, as soon as we entered the hall where workshop was supposed to be conducted we saw 130+ people waiting for us, super excited and all glittering faces. we were really happy to see 100% attendance. We then started with quick activity to make every one feel more relaxed and more comfortable during the entire workshop and just to make them feel more friendly so that they can ask more and more doubts without any hesitation.

We then started with distributing Kits for the workshop which were prepared by footprints, and I started with Mozilla Introduction followed by the Introduction to new track called Connected Device and Web of Things and how they work in real life.  By this time students had a good idea of the things to be covered in workshop and were all geared up to start. We did a small check on the educational background of attendees and we found :
Most of them were not handy with programming , few were non IT people so had least idea of how such things work and most of them were the beginners of IOT. 

Taking this thing into consideration we started from scratch and tried to level up every time we came to next step. There was no time when we left someone behind while giving talks or demos or doing hands on as this was really a complex topic for them and after every hour or so we did a small feedback round to see that every one was getting what was delivered by us.

Later Dipesh took the mike and me, Ram, Teja and all team members were helping all students to assemble the components of Bot, to make it easy to understand and easy to make, we prepared a slide show with the same kit and used pictures of assembly step by step. This made it very easy for students to make the bot. By the end of the first half hardware assembly of Bot was done and we moved out for lunch breaks. Later after resuming workshop we started with doing connections and testing hardware assembly.

It was really fun to see all assemblies were correct and there was no team who couldn’t make what was being taught. After this came coding part for hardware. We gave demo on Arduino IDE using led blink programs and asked students to code for bot. To the ones who face difficulty we shared the code for entire bot and asked them to practice once they go home. Workshop’s day one was winded up by 6PM and we then had a small community meetup.


Day 2

Again a beautiful start to workshop, with almost all of them wearing a customized tee (with Firefox logo saying web of things and Footprints logo) which was a part of kit.

We began with doing a quick feedback for previous days workshop, doing a recap of things we did last day and making sure everyone had no more doubts or any problems in understanding what was taught.

After this Ram gave an awesome presentation on Internet of Things, now when students knew how IOT works in real life they were very excited and interactive with this session. In the presentation Ram talked about real life problems and IOT solutions. On previous day we talked about Reps Innovation Fund in Mozilla and asked students to pitch their ideas on next day which can be latter submitted to Mozilla. We got some really cool ideas out of which few were recorded (find below). This gave an idea that people actually understood what was being taught and our mission was successful.

On day 1, we hacked only two sensors the Sonar and the IR, today we gave them demo of how proximity sensor works for phones using Web IDE and FXOS Flame device. Later we also showed them how to change FxOS layout by changing codes in there brwsers WebIDE. This gave them more strong idea of how IOT works, when they saw us controlling phones UI with web browser on our PC machines. Later we gave students a demo to control bots using wifi module and their browser, this part we saved for today instead of doing it on day one and the reason was to let students research more and know more of how things work when they were home on first day.

With the live demo we shared a material which had tutorials to implement wifi in their bots and the only reason we did not shared codes or helped them hand to hand was to make them do by themselves and learn more how are things done. All the students were cooperative and tried doing by themselves. Asking them to do by themselves would help them to hack more on their kits and make more innovative projects in future.

After this came Dipesh with demo on raspberry pie, fxos on raspberry pie and some of projects he had made with pie. This gave students an idea of what exactly is the difference between these variety of open hardware available in market and which one can be used for which purpose.

Later after this i gave a talk on web privacy and gave them a demo on Light beam, they were really amazed to see the actual websites tracking them as they had never saw any such tool before and lastly we completed with detailing about FSA program and introducing them to Mozilla Gujarat.

We asked them to also fill feedback forms after the workshop and tweet us using #footprintsIOT , we were really glad to see 99% positive feedback, with majority rating us 4+ out of 5 and few of them submitted ideas also using hashtags.

It was really a great experience for me personally to conduct the second workshop in state if Gujarat (first one was last year at Ahmadabad where me and Mrinal started Gujarat community and i was amazed to see how much they grew in one year. from presence in one city to entire state)

Metrics Achieved

  • Hosted a booth at a platform where we could advertise Mozilla between 20,000+ people. [Branding and Promotion]
  • We were every where in promotional items as a sponsor for tech fest in form of workshop associate.[Branding and Promotion]
  • Event was done is least possible budget as travel, stay and other miscellaneous expenses were taken care of by Fest itself. [Low Budget]
  • We recruited more than 200 FSAs on booth and we got more than 20 request by attendees in feedback form to join as a Mozillian and serve to Mozilla, over 50 people were explained  to more about Mozilla culture and could be potential contributors as they were interested to know about different domains of Mozilla’s contribution. [Community Development]
  • First grand workshop on IOT was super successful with more than expected metrics were achieved. [Connected Devices]
  • We gave a talk on web, web literacy, web privacy and open source to all attendees of workshop. Thereby producing 130+ web literates. [Web Literates]
  • We had 100% attendance in workshop. [participation]
  • Showed demo of private browsing, do not track feature and etc on Firefox Browser at booth thereby inspiring people to download Fx. [Marketing]
  • We created super awesome buzz on social media with #footprintsIOT in last few days. [Branding and Promotion]
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    Banner by Footprints



New Experience

Since this workshop was very first of its kind and size , it was really hard and time taking to manage things initially but somehow we worked well and gave positive outcomes at both the ends, students and Mozilla. With this experience there were few things that i learnt and would like to share for my other Mozillians, which might help them in their workshops too!!

  1. Few students were not friendly with coding and related stuff, it was really tough to gear them up initially to code, and for the ones who were even below the beginners level we have to pass them codes. // I would recommend if we can do initially screening of attendees first, it would be helpful to conduct workshop without much hurdles. as programming plays a key role in working with such open hardware.
  2. Not everyone is able to purchase such kits and thus this leads to a barrier for some to participate. // we can ask students to come in teams where cost can be divided and shared amongst teams. 
  3. Not everyone belongs to same educational and technical background, when people saw Mozilla as organizing brand they had bit higher expectations but as per the talks with organizing committee of footprints, majority of students did not had much technical knowledge so we were supposed to start from scratch and help them till getting to a beginner level. // out of all feedbacks only one was slightly negative or less than average saying they had more expectations from Mozilla in this workshop, so its really important to notify during registration the level of workshop. Although it was mentioned on Footprints website , but few attendees missed to read it.
  4. Last and most asked question was “What has Mozilla to do with IOT or WOT, they have always been working on software products related to internet, why Hardware now?” and i replied the name has it all, Mozilla has been always working for upliftment and betterment of Web / Internet be it in form of software, hardware, policies ,etc  and  Web of Things is next big thing in Digital World so its our next target!
  5. We strongly need some teaching content or resources or maybe some metrics on portal to go through to cross check success of our workshop !!



Ram Dayal
Rahul Talreja
Dipesh Monga


Vishnu Theja
Pranshu Khanna
Miten Kashiyani
Dhaval Joshi
Drashti Pandaya

P.S. Special thanks to Mentor (umesh),  Council and John Bernard for there kind support in success of this event.

Flickr : https://flic.kr/s/aHskuUXeiJ
Reps : https://reps.mozilla.org/e/wot-footprintsx6/
Fest Website: www.msufp.in


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Firefox Download Campaign – Mozilla MP (India).

Hey Folks,

This blog post is about our two recent Marketing Campaign organized by Mozilla to increase Firefox downloads for mobile and for desktops.

First was “Fall Campaign 2015” where we targeted windows 10 user to help them get back to Firefox, as win10 had edge by default. Second “Grow Firefox Download Pilot Campaign ” which was to promote Localized versions of Firefox in respective regions.
With the launch of Windows 10 in the market people saw a new generation of Information Technology coming up. With all devices running on same operating system and sharing same features and all synchronized together it was a high need of introducing a web browser to these devices which maintains synchronization even on web,  is more user friendly and make sure the best privacy is  maintained over Internet suffering.

We already had these all features in our Firefox Browser but the only thing that was missing was lack of awareness in common people. Today majority of crowd in undeveloped or developing country like India does not sound so well technically and hence they do not care about the crucial aspects like openness, security and privacy on web.

Being a passionate user of Firefox and a proud Mozillian we took the step forward to create awareness and make people understand about the negative aspects of using unsecured web browser which often publicizes our personal data and make revenue out of it without our concern. In our every workshop, events or general day to day discussion about the presence of common man over internet we always get to know that there lies a huge barrier with the Language used on web.  As the 90 plus percentage of crowd that is still not online is because of either their illiteracy (inability to read and write in any of the language) or the language barrier between browser (English mostly ) and the one they know(differs region to region). Recently other browsers enabled language translation of web pages but no browser other than Firefox is best when used in its in Language Specific Version (complete browser is made in language specific version). “Firefox comes in 80 different languages“.

Taking forward both the campaigns organized by Mozilla (Global) and Mozilla India at the same time we encouraged more and more people to switch back to Firefox but we emphasized more on language specific versions of Firefox. India is the only country with most diversity in language, culture etc. and also one of the strongest economy in future and a developing country too. It was a high time that the people who were still off line should be brought on the web along with overcoming challenges like language barrier and maintaining proper security and privacy for the ones who do not have much knowledge on this, to save them from being exploited on web. This campaign was known as “FxCamp” {#FxCamp] in India. In this campaign we created awareness by reaching person to person in public, going to colleges giving live demonstration and showing features of Firefox, reaching out to cyber cafes etc.

We started with a general meetups at different places between different groups (divided by geographical presence united by Mozilla MP). Where we discussed the entire road map for carrying out this huge task over a sip of coffee and booted everyone who was joining us in coming days for this great task.

We the team members from all over Madhya Pradesh (a state in India, and region for presence of a sub community of Mozilla) covered all most 15 top colleges where we gathered 1000+ students (rough estimate) and gave them live demonstration of features of Firefox. Not only this, but we also made all the computer labs of colleges as Firefox default on windows 7,8,10.  On an approx count we had 1000+ downloads in the duration of campaign including the mobile and desktop users.

Next we reached out to some cafes where we explained the owner of cafe the benefits of using Firefox browser over other browsers. A contributor (Vidit Sharma) installed fx-Hindi on his farther’s laptop on evening. Next day he was amazed to share with us that he got a call from his farther workplace made by one of colleges of his farther asking him to make all machines present in office as including PCs of colleges as Firefox Hindi default. This happened because he gave a brief  justification to his farther for using Firefox browser over other browsers and next day his dad shared same facts with his office mates. This was exiting for all of us to see the change, to see the revolution taking rise, we dreamed of sometime.


Along with 1000+ fx downloads and making several machines Fx Default,
We also had numerous activities taking place along with this campaign and we tried to be as productive as when can when we were out for volunteering. During our visits to college we inaugurated few FSA clubs, recruited 100s of FSAs, spread-ed web literacy with huge number of people and for most important supported Mozilla with its mission and got few more people supporting us with it.

Lastly huge thanks to my Mentor Mr. Umesh ji for being organizer of the “FxCamp” and all his support to us; all the co-reps of region (Vaibhav, Shafique and Mrinal) for spreading out the awareness and doing campaign in there region all club leads and all other contributors who joined us and last but not the least Mozilla for being awesome always.


Reps portal link for FxCamp
Reps portal link for FallCampaignBhopal
Flickr Album



App Day SATI-Vidisha (26/9/15)

App Day SATI-Vidisha (26/9/15)


The blog post is about our recent event that happened at Samrat Ashok Technological Institute, Vidisha, M.P., India. (http://www.satiengg.org/). This was for the first time when Mozilla was present in city Vidisha (90KM from Bhopal). Me – Rahul Talreja (Moz Rep from Mozilla MP-India) along with my team of passionate volunteers boarded a cab early in morning at 7 AM and left for the venue on 26th of September. We were on our destination by 9 am where we had a light breakfast and setup the lab for the workshop by installing simulator (add on needed for app testing – virtual device). We had 2 labs in total where we accommodated around 150-180 students
we finally began the workshop at 10 am, where we started with Tilak ceremony and a grand welcome by volunteers. We were amazed to see a rangoli of firefox made by them on college entrance as a sign of welcoming Mozilla in their institute.

Shubham Dantare the in house volunteer introduced us with the entire audience and than i was handed the mike and i started with introduction of my team. During the event we were team of 7 people.

  1. Rashmi Shrivastava (Womoz)
  2. Alsiha Jose (Womoz)
  3. Vidit Sharma (Localisation)
  4. Satyadeep Bharadwaj (SuMo)
  5. Aditya Shah (FSA)
  6. Kushagrh Varade (Fx-OS App dev)
  7. Me akka Rahul Talreja (General Introduction)

Finally i started with a brief introduction about Mozilla Project and its mission. Every one was very enthusiastic to know about the open source movement we created and than how exponentially we are growing every day. Following this i introduced them to various Mozilla projects and contribution pathways. As always they had a major concern of benefits of contribution to project, and finally the benefits i framed and share were very fascinating to them. We got a huge response from their end (join request on fb community groups, also few of them approached us personally after event and we shared our contact details to guide them personally).

Later after my session i handed over mike to Vidit and Aditya for explaining about their respective project areas and again the job done by them was highly appreciable, Aditya leaded his session by giving a brief intro on FSA program, explaining structure and levels in programs, etc; we did on spot recruitment also.

After this Alsiha and Rashmi leaded over there session of WoMoz they were successful to in making all female participant understand how beneficiary it is for a female candidate to work in technology and be an part of this awesome open source moment.

Finally came our App master akka varade 😛 (Kushagrh Varade), the skills he has got to demonstrate the app structure are unbeatable and thus people who never coded before were all clear with concepts of app development.

After this by 2PM we did our lunch and planned to resume back at 2:30. The best part was in the next half we had 100% attendance …thanks to my awesome team mates for creating that level of enthusiasm in attendees that got them back in labs.

We than began with app sprint , since due to shortage of time people were not able to complete apps but few amongst them had some awesome ideas which they started implementing in the finest way possible. We collected all raw incomplete apps and promised students to help them in near future to make their apps fine and finished ones. After this we taught them how to submit app on market place such that later after workshop when they are done with final product they can also upload on market place and get rewarded for their work.

Finally after this was the second major theme of event left to be completed. I was assigned a task by my mentor Mr. Umesh Agarwal to promote Hindi and other localized version of Firefox Browser and bring more and more contributors in project, and thereafter we were able to get 80-100 downloads of Hindi version of Firefox during the event.

Last but not the least we inaugurated the club and helped members to understand how to complete all the pre requisites (CLT Process etc) and by mutual decision Shubham Dantare was elected as a lead from their club. Shubham assured us he will take full care of his members and his club and will also make sure club remains active and more and more people Contribute to Mozilla from his club.

After this the Head of Computer Science Department expressed his thanks on behalf of entire institution to the entire team and Mozilla for the awesome event-workshop. After this we had a group photo and we winded up with the event !!

Flickr Link :

Reps Portal Link:
Slides used in presentation:


all dedicated
all dedicated
warm welcome
warm welcome
it has to be a grand one bcoz its mozilla
it has to be a grand one bcoz its mozilla
enthusiastic faculty members
enthusiastic faculty members
inhouse volunteers
inhouse volunteers
creowd <3
creowd ❤
When we wer about to start
When we wer about to start
Team Introduction
Team Introduction


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Grow Firefox download in Indian Languages – Pilot campaign


To spread Localized Firefox in India, Mozilla Hindi Localization community is planning for a coordinated pan-India campaign. The campaign would run from 2nd October to 1st November.

Why 2nd October: 2nd October is birthday of our Father our Nation, Mahatma Gandhi  and we celebrate this day as Gandhi Jayanti.
“Gandhi led nationwide campaigns for easing poverty, expanding women’s rights, building religious and ethnic amity, ending untouchability, but above all for achieving Swaraj or self-rule.”

To show users that Firefox is available in their language we are creating a campaign that helps fans of Firefox invite the people in their networks to download Firefox. We are creating unique, shareable pieces of content that are humorous, insightful and topical to get the conversation and activities started.


What are we saying?

Firefox is a non-profit browser that was created by thousands of volunteers who believe the Internet should be free and open…

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FoxWave Truba, Indore

the hall

Following the sequence of events under FoxWave series held at Mozilla MP, we came up with one more event at Truba College in Indore, MP.
It was a great experience to organize event their, students were enthusiastic and exited to experience the power of open source talks and community involvement.

Traveling 160KMs from Bhopal to Indore and back was surely worth after seeing the enthusiasm  of participants at event. I got a college cab waiting for me at my bus stop where bus from Bhopal dropped me . It took around 45 mins to reach college.

Event began at around 10 AM in morning where we started with welcome note by an in-house volunteer. Following that i was handed over with mike to began the session, starting with introduction to Mozilla and Community we covered various topics like Net Neutrality, encouraged students to sign an ongoing petition also.
After that Ishita Shukla (Womoz) took the dice and encouraged the female participation in technology.

After this we had a lunch break at 12:30 PM and followin it we resumed the sessions again at 1PM with hands on technologies we taught in the last part.

We had engaged two labs in parallel where me and Mrinal taught them Webmaker Tools and a glimpse of Firefox OS app development. Also their was participation is SuMo project and we helped students to contribute in AoA.

Lastly we recruited many FSA by helping them fill recruitment form at fsa.mozilla.org.

Overall it was as super awesome experience.

students enthusiasm
students enthusiasm

Flickr : https://www.flickr.com/photos/127740959@N02/sets/72157651543663579

Reps Portal : https://reps.mozilla.org/e/fox-wave-truba/

Seeding Mozilla at Ahmadabad, Gujurat

The first grand event of Mozilla held at Gujrat University, mainly conducted by Mozilla Rep Mrinal Jain including other mozillians like me and Shivangi Shrivastava and FSA’s of the institution was a grand success and has ameliorated the interest of many students of computer science and information technologyfield, the learners were not only from the students but also many faculty were interested in learning and participated actively with the students in the event. the college itself organised the event very amusingly in a big auditorium which started with the speech of the director of college and then was conducted by Mrinal Jain, I took the introduction part,, the event was further conducted by me which was very interesting and enhanced the participation of students, the session was very interesting the students learned everything about from the scratch.

[ the below lines were copied from attendees blog ]

this was initiated by a introduction of how could
they contribute and why they should contribute, an
interesting seminar by Rahul Talreja and his
passion for mozilla filled the students and
associated faculty with joy and enthusiasm. the
students were told about how can they also become
part of the global community mozilla and how it
could help them in there careers, they agreed that
Mozilla community is the one in which they could
contribute with their skills and share there
skills with others and at the same time they could
also learn a number of skills being in the
community and the ample number of opportunities
they have in the community.

Students were told about every aspect of their
contribution in different sections like- coding,
teaching, translating and a lot more the community
not only helps to enhance their academic skills
but focus of overall development.

the interactive seminar last for 2 hours and later
the students were given a short break after which
booths were arranged which included FSA. SUMO,
WOMOZ, firefox os device etc. many students
registered as FSA from technical as well as non-
technical background and there were participants
from outside the college as well.

students were amazed to know about the firefox
devices and its qualities over other os. All the
booths were full of students and it lasted for one
and a half hour. Later the students were called up
to different computer labs which started with a
speech by Shivangi Srivastav over WOMOZ, which inspired
many students specially girl students to join the
commune and find there way up. later the session
was conducted and the students learned about

the students learned about how the web could be
highly interesting even if the coding part of some
of the students is not that good still they can
start with webmaker, they learned about app maker
and how they could create their own app and
publish it with easy skills and about remixing of
the websites at the client side and to learn with
fun. students were also taught about HTML 5 and
some other advanced skills. other two topics the students
were made to learn the enthusiasm of students were
long lasting and they were learning till the last
bell of the college.

the event was concluded by a thank you speech by
the director and a token of respect for the event

volunteering for this event was one of the most alluring and memorable experience i had with mozilla .

Lastly it was a great experience , helping Mozillians to setup a community there.
we did not only gave a talk and came back to city but also till date we are supporting the communtiy via personal social mediums like wassapp and facebook for all their doubts and problems coming up in the way of setting up a community .
they started with 3 – 4 members and now are more than 15 members and they are now planing to extend it to other regions of Gujarat.

MozGujurat Fb: https://www.facebook.com/MozillaGujarat?fref=ts

Moz Gujurat Community Blog site : https://mozguj.wordpress.com/

Reps portal link : https://reps.mozilla.org/e/mozilla-devfest/

Flickr : https://www.flickr.com/photos/127740959@N02/sets/72157650690381640

Mozilla Community Building at Bhopal, MP, India

It has been almost a year me contributing to Mozilla, when i joined we were a community in Bhopal of 4 – 5 contributors. Taking inspiration from Vaibhav Bajaj and Faisal Aziz I also started contributing and did my best.
I started as a Firefox Student Ambassador, then was guided to contribute in SuMo.
In sumo i started with Army of Awesomeness and got a badge for 2014. Seeing my efforts i got featured in local news paper along with our regional community. This got us in highlights and we got more contributors.

This wasnt enough i started exploring Webmaker and soon became the webmaker mentor and started showcasing the power of free and open web to everyone. (will surely try for super mentor soon this year ).
Then soon we started approaching institutions not only in Bhopal but also outside the town, and today we have communities in all cities of State.

In the Maker Party season 2014 we did 8 to 10 Maker Parties in state where we collectively taught more than 2ooo students the art of making web, doing innovation on it and showing creativity their by keeping it free and open.
During our 3rd annual event MozConnect we decided to merger all together and work under one name thats Mozilla MP (Mozilla Madhya Pradesh).
Under the supervision of Soumya Deb and Sayak Sarkar and Faisal Aziz we took this step.
Today we are community of more than 4o volunteers from state. With one rep  mentor (Faisal Aziz in Indore ) and 4 reps (Vaibhav Bajaj and Chandan Baba in Bhopal and Shafique Patni and Mrinal Jain in Indore) also we have a super mentor and mentors of webmaker too. This is how we grew from 4 to 40.
I assure that i would do my best and would try to get more better results in the upcoming year.

Thats was my passion for Mozilla and open source. (March 2014 – March 2015).

Last but not the least i would thank each and every person of Mozilla for guiding me and helping me to make my this journey successful.

P.S. Thanks to the anonymous person , for correcting my typos 😀 😀 (edited on 15/05/15)