ArchiveJanuary 2019

A place we live in

Bhavya Barot - A place we live in

We live in a world where love is just a piece of word without a meaning, A world where we are together as friends and family, but suffering alone in the dark. We live in a world that makes communication easier but no one to communicate with. A world where billions of people but no one to share our memorable stories with. We live in an environment that we are killing everyone including ourselves...

How to Pick Your Life Partner

Bhavya Barot - How to pick your life partner

To a frustrated single person, life can often feel like this: And at first glance, research seems to back this up, suggesting that married people are on average happier than single people and much happier than divorced people.1 But a closer analysis reveals that if you split up “married people” into two groups based on marriage quality, “people in self-assessed poor marriages are fairly...

21468: Step in Mombasa

Bhavya Barot - Step in Mombasa

I checked into the office. Cleared all my sketches and my ideas that I write on pieces of papers. I decided to compile all of them in a box file. The cleaner came in to clean the office. I ran through the values and my morning routine. Then straight to the headstand. After that I sent John to the bank to get all the necessary documents for adding signatory and processing my card for me. I then...

The weirdest friendships you find yourself in once you hit 30

Bhavya Barot - Friendship Traits

This post originally appeared at A note about listicles: So we know a lot of people hate listicles and associate them with cheap, low-quality, traffic-driving, link-bait articles. But here’s the thing—a list is a great format for an article, and a format I was using on my old blog almost 10 years ago. In fact, my first listicle, 19 Things I Don’t Understand, was published in...

21470: Relationships

Bhavya Barot - Relationships

I woke up slightly late today. Well It is cause I slept late as well. I remember seeing the clock at around 3.20 something. I was working on the parking management system. Incredible and interesting project for I have to say. Something new and intriguing. I left home slighly late as well, but in no rush. Calm and cool. I went to pick up Rahul who lives in South C. After picking him up we went to...


Bhavya Barot - Interesting Day

Today was I believe the first official day with me eliminating my phone out of my life. I had Rahul back up the files and then I deleted WhatsApp completely. The phone itself and the numbers are handed over to Nayanka and Hardeep. In the process of kick starting operations I showed Harry, The Rebels Book. I am sure he and all other staff will find it beneficial. Everyone who works with me, will...


Bhavya Barot - Tell Her

Please tell her,
that when the sun goes down I think of her.
Please tell her,
that I will never forget the sound  of her voice calling my name.
And please,
let her know that she lives in my hear and that everywhere I go,
I always see her face.

21474: THE YEAR

Bhavya Barot - 2019

Last year has been incredible, it has been so amazing I am very proud to get where I am. Firstly as I write this the world is screaming and shouting and cheering celebrating the New Year. I am not going to lie to you but Firworks and loud noises scare me. It is all cause of a stupid moment of my life. It like the thunder noises for me. I promised myself I will sort that out, I will erase the fear...

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Bhavya Barot


Bhavya Barot is the co-founder of BioCard and LXR. Started out with no money, no network, no support and no business knowledge. Bhavya helped to remarkable software standards, exponentially improved support services, minimized software timelines and made softwares' affordable. He is known for his development of innovations in various industries and the society. He is a weird misfit (It is worn as a badge of honor) who is obsessively attentive to detail, ruthlessly competitive, calm in a crisis, willing to make tough decisions, great at spotting talent and generous.

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