Calm Sea Sunset-Sharukh Bamboat

Sharukh is a full time writer by profession, but he enjoys traveling and photography. He started his blog, India Destinations, to bring out information on destinations that can help readers to make better choices when they are packing their bags to go traveling with friends, family, or perhaps alone. Sarah, his wife, contributes to his writing by offering ideas with a different point of view that Sharukh might miss. She doubles as his editor and critic.

Tired by the challenges of my life I decided to take a walk by the sea. I sat for a while, contemplating. That’s when I discovered that what would this sea be if there were no waves. Just a calm body of water? It’s the waves that make it exciting. So, in life whenever you face challenges. Accept it because a smooth sea never made a skilled sailor.

Nothing is easy unless you have a passion for it. Life is unpredictable, and sometimes you really never know your secret talents and creativity that are hidden deep inside you.

I love to write on various topics that interest me and allow me to unleash my creativity and unique ideas in my own special way.

Since 2009, Sharukh has been into writing/ghostwriting content for websites and clients helping them to boost their business with the help of right words that can allow them to turn their potential online visitors into customers.

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About C.E.Robinson

I retired as a nurse practitioner in 2013, and became a full time novel writer. I added blogger in 2014 and created the blog site Before Sundown remember what made you smile. From the beginning, Before Sundown was honored with awards, and blog tours. I continue to be ever grateful, and appreciative of dedicated worldwide followers who like, comment, share and tweet posts. I started the blog to connect and support fellow bloggers, friends and family by writing blog posts about them--their books, interests, professions and travels. Overtime, I've added excerpts from WIPs as a co-author, and a final version (1/2020) of the first three pages of my book, Sunset Inn - wish you were here. Next, on to the publishing. The collections of sunsets/sunrises on the Welcome page came from bloggers all over the world. I wanted visitors to remember what made them smile Before Sundown. What better way than to offer them breathtaking sunsets or sunrises?
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30 Responses to Calm Sea Sunset-Sharukh Bamboat

  1. Dan Antion says:

    I was so happy, as soon as I saw the photo of Sharukh and Sarah. Thank you for featuring him. He’s been busy and I haven’t seen much from him.

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    • C.E.Robinson says:

      Thanks, Dan, for your visit and comment. I know, I always like featuring Sharukh & Sarah. Sharukh is multitalented. His thoughtful side came out in the Calm Sea Sunset. Christine

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      • Sharukh Bamboat says:

        Thank you, Christine, for your kind words. I’m not quite sure about the multi-talented comment, but yes, I like to do multiple things. In a sense, almost all people are multi-talented, you are for a matter of fact.

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    • Sharukh Bamboat says:

      Hey Dan. How are you? I know lately I’m more of a ghost than a human, no one really sees me except my clients. Yeah, the work has been pulling me off my blog posts and I thought let me make the hay while the sun shines (financially you know what I mean). When the work slows down a bit (which I am sure it will) I will be back to post. In the meantime, I am just gathering ideas for my website at the moment.

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  2. “A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor.” That’s lovely. Thanks for much for the introduction to Sharukh and Sarah, Christine. Happy Holidays.

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  3. Christine, this is a lovely feature — and a breathtaking sunset. Thanks for introducing us to Sharukh. Hugs on the wing.

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  4. Well, let’s face it. I am not likely going to india in this life unless I win some kind of big contest. So, when it comes to travel blogs, I tend to focus on the FOOD displayed, as I am always looking for something new I can eat that won’t give me another heart attack. I see there is a “food” category on Sharukh’s blog, and I see some pretty tasty looking things there. I gets me motivated to try and cook up some of these things myself. I especially like the Indian restaurants in Vancouver, B.C. Canada.

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    • C.E.Robinson says:

      Greg, so glad you found something (Food) on Sharukh’s website that sparked your attention & appetite. Happy Cooking! I’m not likely going to India either. Sharukh does have some posts on the beauty of India outside Mumbai. It’s nice to travel along with him. Christine

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  5. dweezer19 says:

    Sharukh is so talented. I love his travel blogs, the way he intermingles history with tourism and includes so muchof the local color, day to day life and photos to bring it all together. I would love to visit Infia, but doubt it will happen. When I read Sharukh’s posts, I feel almost as if I have been there.

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  6. It’s the the waves that make it exciting’.

    Beautiful post!

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  7. etiliyle says:

    Rising star
    You look like
    So much far
    Gently take me
    In your glare
    And then burn me
    With a flare

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  8. You’ll notice nearly every person who talks about improving life refers to the word PASSION in their writing. This is a repetitive concept seen in every aspect of life. I hope readers recognize the importance in valuing passion, for it is likely a significant piece of the equation missing from many people’s lives.

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  9. Dalo 2013 says:

    Love these shots ~ the sunset could leave one entranced for days, beautiful.

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    • C.E.Robinson says:

      That’s the beauty of sunsets. Ending everyday with peaceful feelings. That’s why I close the blog title Before Sundown remember what made you smile. Thanks so much for your visit and comment. Christine


  10. Sartenada says:

    Hello Christine.

    I love those photos and the text in your blog. What a great blog – enjoyable reading. Thank you.

    Have a good day!

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  11. ezee life says:

    What would we be without challenges? Beautiful words and some nice pictures. Up to now i think that the sunset is the most soothing thing on earth. Thanks for sharing

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    • C.E.Robinson says:

      Sunsets are soothing! That’s why I chose the blog title and included worldwide bloggers sunsets & sunrises. Thank you for visiting, and making a comment. Much appreciated. 📚🎶 Christine

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