I am Cdr Rajesh Sinha. I served as a submariner in the Indian Navy for 21 years from Nov 1993 to Dec 2014. I am a Mechanical Engineer with a Post Graduation in Nuclear Technology and an MBA in Technology Management.
I founded Adler Technoserve Pvt Ltd, where we create exciting content for training and marketing . We also provide consultancy in defence and renewable energy.
I am a complete petrol head. I have been crazy about cars since I have any memories. My interests also span all things which move mechanically. They are all engineering marvels which put me in awe. For me transport vehicles are pieces of art which need to be appreciated and preserved. In addition to cars that can cover 350 km in an hour to trucks that can cross the Andes, these machines comprise the mammoth steam locomotives that pull trains running into miles in length, or Shinkansen trains that compete with airliners for speed, the huge ships that carry ware across the oceans, the warships and submarines that allow us to sleep in peace, huge aircraft like the A380 or the stealth ones like F117.
I wanted to share my enthusiasm about the transport systems and their components with the world and make people aware as to what they are and how they function through this blog to introduce my readers to information both trivia and technical, historical and contemporary as well as futuristic about these objects of my love.
One day, I dream to start an online portal/ magazine which covers transportation systems and vehicles. I would love to talk/ meet people who may be interested in working with me or investing in this endeavour of mine.
You can view my profile on linked in at – https://in.linkedin.com/in/sinharajesh, or follow me on twitter at https://twitter.com/shiprajesh.
Good start with an all time favourite of mine, the Series 3 Land Rover and the forerunner of the iconic Defender
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Dear mr Sinha.
I would we very pleased if you would permit us to put your essays on Tintin’s trains and cars on our website (http://www.hergegenootschap.nl/wp2/). As a matter of course including your name and a link to your own website.
Looking forward to your positive reply.
With kind regards,
Could you give us permission to reproduce the picture of the yellow Opel Olympia in a book on Tintin and the cars and let us know your conditions and copyright ?
You can contact me at
Thank you in advance.