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PostPosted: Sat Nov 08, 2008 11:57 am Post subject: Re: Memories...walking the hobby with the help of IAH Reply with quote

 Nayak
 Thanks  to  your  picture  I  am  able  to  see  a  lots  of  fishes  which  otherwise  are  not  seen  in  LFS  that  I  have  visited.
 Hope  someday  to  be  able  to  get  some  of  them.
 God  bless  you.  Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 09, 2008 8:51 am Post subject: Re: Memories...walking the hobby with the help of IAH Reply with quote

                                                   
nikhilsood1  wrote  (View  Post):                
Nayak,
 
 I  must  say  i  am  loving  every  bit  of  this.  I  have  sat  and  admired  every  bit  of  this.  You  were  always  very  enthusiastic  but  the  ability  to  remember  such  detail  is  something  i  am  still  in  awe  of.  Keep  it  coming.                

 Thanks  for  your  help  Nikhil  Thumb Up  
 
 
                                                 
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Nayak,  I  blame  you  for  the  belly  ache  I  am  suffering  from  laughing  –  It’s  a  good  thing  dinosaurs  are  extinct  and  we  have  nothing  bigger  than  elephants.  
 Preetam                  

 Thanks  Preetham,  Having  been  with  us  on  a  fish  catching  trip  I  think  you  have  an  Idea  about  our  discussions  in  the  car.  Very  educative  :grin:
 
 
                                                 
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An  improved  upgraded  version  of  PMDD  for  planted  tanks  is  in  the  pipeline.  Serious  planted  tank  gardeners  can  contact  Nayak  and  Madhu.  
 Regards  
 Trevor  9845039687                  
 
 Who?  Me?  ROFL  
 
 
                                                 
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You  could  well  contact  Adipo  too.   An  ADA  dealership  doesn't  mean  he  is  out  of  our  own  R&D.   Infact  I  remember  him  being  the  man  behind  the  Eagle  Feather  hypothesis.                

 Yes!  True.  You  tell  Trevor,  Madhu.
 
 
                                                 
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To  be  continued??????????????   Iam  already  felling  jealous  about  your  collection      
 Nice  post,  keep  them  coming                   

 Thanks,Ilango.
 
 
                                                 
trevor  wrote  (View  Post):                
                                                 
madhu_ulysses  wrote  (View  Post):                
You  could  well  contact  Adipo  too.   An  ADA  dealership  doesn't  mean  he  is  out  of  our  own  R&D.   Infact  I  remember  him  being  the  man  behind  the  Eagle  Feather  hypothesis.                

 
 So  true.  The  hunt  for  exotic  natural  combinations  for  PMDD  never  ends.  Now  with  Japanese  cutting  edge  technology.
   
 holding  his  latest  R&D  material  output  source  in  his  hands.  Smile                

 Wow!  
 
 
                                                 
ilango_slk  wrote  (View  Post):                
Srilanka  ??????????  When  did  you  people  visit  Srilanka  ?????                

 I  think  Adip  had  been  to  Srilanka  on  some  work.
 
 
                                                 
mcgokul  wrote  (View  Post):                
Nayak,
 Exotic  PMDD?  Eagle  feather  hypothesis?!!   Please  elaborate                

 Gokul.  Like  Trevor  mentioned  go  through  the  link.  I  will  give  you  the  full  details  on  our  next  trip  together.
 
 
                                                 
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 My  Mom's  place  is  Honnavar  and  my  Dad  is  from  Sagar,  so  I  could  connect  to  the  Kumta  trip's  so  well...
 One  thing  for  sure,  unless  it  is  something  vvvvv  important  that  makes  me  miss  it,  I  want  to  be  a  part  of  the  next  fishy  camp  ....  pleeeeease.  My  ASK  membership  no  is  249  in  case  it  is  compulsory   
 
 Sorry  Nayak  for  hijacking  your  thread  which  is  amazing  (its  the  Raymond  feeling...the  complete  Hobbyist  Smile  thats  how  I  feel  now).  But  the  boy  next  door  feeling  that  your  post  gives  made  me  do  it...else  would  have  thought  twice  before  venturing....   Keep  it  up  and  an  congrats  on  an  amazing  write  up                

 Thanks,Shreyas.  Very Happy  
 
 
                                                 
random2  wrote  (View  Post):                
Awsome,  awsome,  awsome...  Cant  get  enough  of  this.
 Nayak,  probably  you  should  write  a  book  with  all  your  experience.  Have  learnt  lot  of  things  from  this  thread  apart  from  being  entertained.
 Thanks  a  lot  for  sharing  your  experience.                

 Thanks,Deepak.  Very Happy  
 
 
                                                 
Natrery  wrote  (View  Post):                
Nayak,
 i  gotta  say  this  is  one  of  the  best  threads  i  have  read  in  a  long  time,  how  are  u  doing??couldnt  help  but  read  the  whole  18  pages.  how  is  your  family  and  also  how  is  your  dog??
 Navaneeth.M                

 Hey  Navaneeth.   Long  time.  
 Thanks.
 The  Dog  needs  a  operation  urgently  Sad  
 
 
                                                 
sandeepraghuvanshi  wrote  (View  Post):                
Nayak
 Thanks  to  your  picture  I  am  able  to  see  a  lots  of  fishes  which  otherwise  are  not  seen  in  LFS  that  I  have  visited.
 Hope  someday  to  be  able  to  get  some  of  them.
 God  bless  you.                

 Thanks,  Sandeep  Raghuvanshi.  In  these  days  of  super  logistics  transportation  of  fishes  is  much  easier.  If  you  need  any  help  from  my  side  please  feel  free  to  ask.  
 
 Regards,
 Nayak.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 09, 2008 10:33 am Post subject: Re: Memories...walking the hobby with the help of IAH Reply with quote

                                                   
Ranjitpai  wrote  (View  Post):                
This  must  be  made  a  sticky  ,  so  that  any  newbee  on  the  site  will  get  to  know  all  the  stalwarts  soon.  
 Nayak  -  could  not  meet  you  in  Banglore  ,  but  i  was  telling  trevor  that  the  story  telling  is  so  awesome  that  it  has  everyone  gluded  on  the  same.  
 Great  show....  
 Hope  to  see  you  next  time                

 Hi  Ranjit,  Sorry  I  missed  meeting  you  in  Bangalore.  
 Thanks  for  the  encouragement.
 
 Regards,
 Nayak.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 09, 2008 1:26 pm Post subject: Re: Memories...walking the hobby with the help of IAH Reply with quote

 STAT  ATTACK
 
 This  delightful  thread  has  become  the  second  most  active  thread  on  IAH  with  272  replies.  {Second  only  to  the  self  introduction  thread}
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 10, 2008 4:40 pm Post subject: Re: Memories...walking the hobby with the help of IAH Reply with quote

 Thanks  Nayak  for  the  info...  
 If  IAH  team  plans  to  visit  Sri  Lanka  again,  give  me  a  buzz  and  I  will  be  glad  to  take  them  around   Cheering
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 10, 2008 9:17 pm Post subject: Re: Memories...walking the hobby with the help of IAH Reply with quote

 July-2006
 
 As  My  tanks,Plants  and  fishes  increased  so  did  consumables.  Yes  the  different  chemicals/foods.  No  matter  how  much  I  avoided,  either  the  necessity  or  the  hype  made  me  purchase  it.
 
 Here  are  a  few.....
 
 Fish  Food-
 
 1)   Dried  Tubifex  worms-  Discontinued  after  joining  ASK/IAH
 2)   Live  Tubifex  worms-  Useful  for  conditioning  before  breeding(Be  very  careful).
 3)   Dried  Blood  worms-  Discontinued  after  seniors  warned  me  of  negligible  nutritious  value.
 4)   Frozen  Blood  worms-  used  in  planted  tanks  as  diet  variation.  Useful.
 5)   Live  Blood  worms-  Excellent  for  conditioning  before  breeding.
 6)   Tetra  bits-  Excellent  for  Angels.
 7)   OSI  Chichlid  pellet-Excellent  for  my  Cichlids.
 8     OSI  Brine  shrimp  flakes-  Excellent  for  my  Tetras.  Useful  for  feeding  Fry's.
 9)   Hikari  Sinking  wafers-  Excellent  for  my  exotic  bottom  dwellers.(Expensive)
 10)Hikari  Algae  wafers-  Excellent  for  my  exotic  bottom  dwellers.(Expensive)
 11)Unbranded  sinking  shrimp  feed-  Excellent  for  my  bottom  feeders(Cheap)
 12)Micro  worms-For  my  fish  fry's.
 13)Blanched  and  frozen  Spinach  leaf-  Excellent  for  my  herbivorous  bottom  dwellers.
 14)Blanched  Cucumber  slice-  Excellent  for  my  herbivorous  bottom  dwellers.
 15)Himalaya  drug's  Spirulina  tablets-  Excellent  for  my  herbivorous  bottom  dweller  Fry's.
 
 Medicines-
 
 1)Common  rock  salt-  Primary  medicine  for  any  fresh  water  aquarium  hobbyist.  Do  not  use  in  Planted  tank  or  tanks  having  Corydoras  or  Loaches.  Excellent  for  mucus  secretion,  healing  of  sores,  removing  fungus  and  parasites.
 As  explained  by  Madhu-  See  Nayak,  sea  water  kills  fresh  water  fishes  and  fresh  water  kills  sea  fishes.  So  too  with  parasites.
 2)Methylene  blue-  Used  for  ICH  cure.  Later  discontinued  and  cured  ICH  using  increased  temperature  and  water  changes.  Do  not  use  in  planted  tanks  or  tanks  having  Corydoras  or  Loaches.
 3)  Methylene  green  crystals-  Extremely  potent  for  curing  fungus.  If  not  used  in  right  dilution  can  and  will  kill  fish.  I  used  to  mix  three  crystals  only  in  a  litre  water  mug  and  give  the  effected  fish  a  bath  for  approx  10  seconds.
 4)Antibiotics-  Used  in  the  early  days  of  my  joining  ASK/IAH.  Later  discontinued  because  of  insufficient  experience  to  judge  when  antibiotics  is  needed.
 5)Garlic  extract,  Eucalyptus  oil-no  Idea
 6)De-flagellating/De-worming-never  done  it(Dark  area  in  my  knowledge)
 7)Pimafix-  Avoid  like  plague.  I  added  it  to  my  3  feet  planted  tank  as  per  the  instruction  on  the  back  of  label.  Within  minutes  my  Characins  were  gasping  at  the  water  surface.  A  massive  80%  water  change  brought  the  situation  under  control,  But  not  before  a  few  of  my  golden  pencil's  were  Killed.
 8  Hydrogen  peroxide-  I  forgot  why  I  purchased  it.
 9)Formalin  solution-  To  preserve  my  dead  rare  fishes.  Never  got  to  using  it.
 
 Water  conditioners-  
 
 1)  Ammo  lock-  Used  initially.  As  my  tanks  increased  became  expensive.
 2)  Tap  water  conditioner-Used  initially.  As  my  tanks  increased  became  expensive.
 3)  Sodium  Thiosulphate-  My  primary  water  conditioner  crystals.  Trevor  sir  saved  me  a  lot  of  money  by  suggesting  I  use  it.
 4)  Stress  Coat-  Essential.  The  seniors  in  ASK/IAH  swear  by  it.  During  the  fish  competitions  at  ASK  it  was  added  to  every  aquariums  in  which  fishes  were  displayed.
 5)  Stress  Enzyme-  Supposed  to  add  beneficial  bacteria  to  the  aquarium.  Used  it  since  I  had  purchased  it.  Never  mind.
 6)  Indian  Almond  leaves-  I  swear  by  it.  Almost  all  my  Characin  and  Loricariidae  tanks  had  it.  I  had  also  added  it  to  my  Angels  tank.  But  never  to  tank  #3.
 
   
 Fertilizers(Bangalore  cauvery  water)-
 
 1)Potassium  Nitrate-  Macro-essential
 2)  Potassium  Sulphate-Macro-essential
 3)  Magnesium  Sulphate-Macro-essential
 4)  Chelated  Iron-Micro-essential
 5)  Microsol-B  -Micro-essential
 6)  Lime(Calcium  Oxide)  -Micro-not  essential
 7)  Boric  Powder-Micro-not  essential
 
 here  are  a  few.....
 
 
 All  the  chemicals  except  the  food  and  Macro  fertilizer  solutions  were  kept  on  the  loft.  I  had  to  stand  tip-toe  on  a  chair  to  reach  it.  
 But  since  the  food  and  Macro's  had  to  be  used  daily  I  kept  them  somewhat  near  at  hand.  I  kept  the  Macro  fertilizer  solution  in  500ml  soda  bottles.  To  distinguish  the  fertilizer  solution  from  drinking  water  and  create  awareness  among  my  kids  I  called  them  one  day  and  drew  skull  and  cross  bones  on  the  fertilizer  bottles.  This  amused  the  kids  no  end.
 That  day  on  reaching  home  from  my  factory  I  was  not  greeted  by  the  usual,  Papa  what  have  you  brought  for  us  today  or  do  you  know  what  happened  in  school  today.  The  house  was  silent,  The  door  was  opened  by  my  furious  looking  better  half,  and  the  kids  were  sitting  in  the  corner  with  their  eyes  brimming  with  tears.
 
 She-See  what  your  kids  have  done.
 Me(realising  I  was  in  trouble.  They  were  my  kids  when  they  do  mischief)-What?
 
 She-  Go  to  the  kitchen  and  see!
 Me(venturing  tentatively  into  the  kitchen)-He  he.  Correct  no?(Snickering,  Trying  hard  to  control  myself)
 
 She(All  the  wrath  of  the  gods  directed  at  me)-  You  are  laughing?  You  have  not  taught  them  how  to  behave  themselves  nor  good  manners.  (Sarcastically)  The  kids  behave  themselves  when  the  elders  behave  like  elders.  When  the  elders  themselves  act  like  kids  what  to  do?  and  blah,blah
 
 Impressed  by  the  sketch  on  the  fertilizer  bottles  the  little  darlings  had  taken  it  upon  themselves  to  have  a  skull  and  cross  bone  drawing  competition.  The  canvas?  Mommy's  fridge  and  some  cooking  utensils.
 
 So  being  responsible  indirectly  I  was  given  the  punishment  of  having  to  clean  the  drawings.  I  had  to  get  kerosene  to  do  it.  The  little  imps  had  used  permanent  marker  pens.
 
 Regards,
 Nayak.
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 truly  amazing  ..  This  is  not  only  a  entertaining  post  but  also  has  lots  of  do  and  donts  ,  and  lots  of  knowledge  
 
 reminds  of  the  munna  Bhai  movie  with  Gandhiji  in  it  ...  Entertaining  with  a  great  message..  
 
 Nayak  -  Carry  on  ....  we  are  all  waiting  for  the  next  one  
 
 if  trevor  posts  pics  of  your  kids  drawings  i  might  just  faint
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 BREAKING  NEWS  Cheering  
 
 I  am  posting  this  Info  hear  as  it  seemed  to  be  the  most  appropriate  place  to  be  posted  as  this  topic  has  been  earlier  discussed.
 
 Turkey  Biryani
 Turkey  Roast  
 Turkey  Fry
 
 NOW  AVAILABLE  at  
 
 ANNJAPAR
 Chettinad  Restaurant
 Inner  Ring  Road  
 Koramangala
 
 Friends  this  information  could  solve  an  age  old  issue,  and  Madhu  may  breathe  a  sigh  of  relief.
 
 @Nayak
 
 I  actually  feel  real  bad  for  the  turkey  Chuckle
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 God  Bless  Annjappar   Bow   Bow   Bow   Dancing   Dancing   Dancing
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 Hey  Madhu,
 
 Why  does  Annjappar  get  all  the  credit,  not  even  a  mention  of  the  guy  who  gives  you  the  valuable
 info  and  practically  saves  you  backside.  ROFL
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 Haa  Mayur,
 How  could  i  forget  you.   I  owe  you  for  ending  the  pain  which  i  thought  would  eventually  be  carried  all  the  way  to  my  grandchildren.  Flowers   Flowers     Drinking   Drinking
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 Well  The  pain  has  not  ended  for  you  yet,  just  spoke  to  Trevor  and  now  the  deal  is  that  when  you  come  here  you  have  to  treat  us  to  turkey  biryani,  only  then  will  the  carnage  stop.  Chuckle  
 
 As  far  as  telling  your  grandchildren  about  it,  well  do  you  thing  i  will  let  go  of  such  a  good  opportunity  of  pulling  you  leg  "NEVER",   Cheer  
 
 Tough  Luck  Bro  It  is  only  the  interval  now,  we  still  have  a  long  way  to  go.  Thumb Up  
 
 almost  for  got  can  you  please  tell  me  what  the  translation  for  the  following  is  in  Tamil  Rock On  
 
 Vodafone
 Artamia
 Nokia
 Julidochromis  Transcriptus  
 
 will  think  of  a  few  more  for  you  later
 
 Take  care  
 Ciao
 
 
 Nayak,  
 
 please  excuse  me  for  barging  in  like  this,  but  there  was  no  place  better  to  solve  this  issue  of  the  turkey  biryani.  I  know  you  will  understand.
 
 For  those  who  have  no  clue  as  to  what  i  am  talking  about  please  go  back  and  read  this  thread  from  the  beginning.
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 Cut  the  Edit  ...  Madhu.  Mayur  can  eat  his  Crow  Briyani  anywhere.
 
 A  Masala  dosa  has  to  be  eaten  in  Saravana  Bhavan  in  Chennai.
 A  Kori  Roti  eaten  in  Mangalore.
 A  Puliyogare  in  Bangalore.
 A  Pizza  in  Italy.
 
 And  a  Turkey  Biryani  in  Salem.  Served  by  Madhu.  
 
 I  do  not  trust  this  guy  Annjappar.  Or  belive  what  he  serves  is  Turkey.  But  I  sure  trust  you.
 God  bless  you.
 
   Clapping   Clapping   Clapping
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 Trevor,
 In  Salem  the  crow  is  called  turkey  ROFL   Chuckle   ROFL  
 
 What  say  Madhu??  Thumb Up
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