Categorized | Event Coverage, ICANN

Trip to Taj Mahal – It was awesome!

Posted on 10 February 2008 by Lord Brar

Skenzo organized this trip to Taj Mahal and it was totally awesome. I have been up since 4 AM today and am dead-tired. Have to be up again at 7 AM tomorrow for the official opening of the event.

During the trip I had a long chat with Divyank Turakhia – President and Director, Skenzo – about Skenzo and Domain Industry in general, would post about that later.

A lot of faces from the domain industry were accompanying me on the trip, including –

1. Peter Stevenson,
2. Troy, dotMobi
3. Paul Stahura, Enom.
4. Mattias Schonherr, Sedo
5. Bart Vastenburg, SIDN (.nl)
6. Alexa A.S. Raad, PIR (.org)
7. Annebeth Lange, Norid (.no)
8. Elmar Knipp, Knipp Medien und Kommunikation GmbH
9. Amy Mischler, dotMobi

… and over 60 more people!

It was fun meeting all of them and I will be catching up with them tomorrow for more discussions about domain industry.

Anyway, here are some pics.

Stay tuned for more.

7 Comments For This Post

  1. Patrick McDermott Says:


    I know you’re from India but sadly for us Americans and reflective of how “sick” the US dollar is, last month the Taj Mahal refused to accept US currency as payment for the entry fee.

    At least that’s what I had read.

    I don’t know if there has been any change to that unprecedented policy.


  2. Sammy Ashouri Says:

    Wow. Looks gorgeous! Thanks for sharing 😉

  3. Francois Says:

    Thanks to let us share your exciting trip.
    Look likes a great idea Skenzo had.

    PS: Patrick, I will also prefer the dollar be stronger compared to the Euro…

  4. vaXzine Says:

    Awesome trip Lord..

    (Patrick )yeah the dollar will be back one day. invest in US while its discounted.

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  7. Psychometric Testing Says:

    No wonder how many times I visit the Taj Mahal, its never ceases to excite me. The sheer beauty of this majestic white marble monument is soothing to the eyes.