Response to Our Startup

You can never get fed up with motivation and kind words. And when you get one, you have to acknowledge our startup . That’s Theory of Reciprocity; which applies to all the (good) people.

Our Startup Journey :

It was very kind of STARTUPS Nepal’s Pratik Shrestha and Juliana Shrestha who spread the good words all over about us in their article: Rising from the rubbles. You have the highest gratitude of web-robo. Sharing your platform to give us the exposure in front of so many of your reader will forever make us indebted to you. We might never be able to reimburse what you’ve done for us; but it is our duty to recognize it and here we are making a modest and feeble effort in exchange. Thank you once again.

It seems like the rumor of scarcity of good people (willing to share their time for others for no actual profit) is not true indeed.

We also would like to extend our sincere gratitude to Webomatics; especially Menson brother, (who also happens to be one of the closest friend of Manik brother), who always advised us like his own brother. Well, we might not share the same blood but we are brothers in every other sense.

I also want to take this opportunity to pass on the message from Juliana’s article .

It is understandable to have fallen a victim of circumstances. Everybody will have accept what is being thrown at them. The most important thing is not to back down even in the harshest of circumstances.

We might have been crushed by earthquake, but we are still here. Hell, even if we get crushed double time, we will make an attempt; even it is the feeblest one ever, to rise. We might get crushed, we might get cursed and we might get axed by bad circumstances and people. But we will never stay down.

And we hope you will neither in your pursue of your own dreams; which might be anything from living in the wild to making a change in the world.

“It is not the question of who’s going to let me, it’s who’s going to stop me”- Ayn Rand.

All of us know: Sitting idle and watching television is far easier than it is to innovate. But we urge all of you to be innovative. Easier said than done though, eh.