Param, look like you don't have anything or one to blame for the woodworking you turned out. Very professional...Like to see your shop when it is finished.My name's Param and I've recently joined routerforums - though I've been a hobby woodworker all through my childhood, it's only about three years ago I decided to quit my corporate job in the automotive world and follow my passion by setting up 25, Mulberry, an interiors and residential landscaping outfit in Bangalore, India.
Now, I'm finally, finally (whew!) setting up a dedicated, 1200 square-foot woodworking shop with the best hand and power tools available in India - believe me, I envy you for the range of stuff you have in the Western world and the prices you can buy them at!
However, even if I can't get those really, really nice tools, I think I'm really going to benefit from your collective knowledge through this forum. I look forward to interacting and learning from all of you.
If you'd like an idea of what I have newly picked up in the power tools department, my profile has a small list - yep, I know the idea of a combination woodworking machine is alien to those in the USA, and even more so, a "Chiwanese" one. But they say a bad carpenter blames his tools, so I'm going to go right ahead and make the best of what I have - just to give you an idea of what can be done with pretty much nothing, the kitchen featured here was built (by me and my small team) out of recycled, Burma teak wood, a couple of block planes, a few old chisels... and a 4-in handheld Hitachi circular saw - I hope you like what you see!
keep up the great work.