Little Moments, Big Memories.

Today is my mom’s 93rd birthday. She left eight months ago. As the famous quote – all that I am, or ever hope to be, I owe it to my mother, the anchor of the family. The memory of a 2009 visit to the Taj Mahal with my mother is etched within me. Many a time […]Read More

The Magic of A Good Movie – RRR

A good movie has people glued to their seats. The impact on people is profound and lasts for a long time. The pan Indian movie RRR (Rise, Roar, Revolt) directed by Telegu Director S.S Rajamouli is one such movie. I watched the movie yesterday evening and I took away many lessons from the movie. He […]Read More

Commitment to a Social Cause

The world is a global village. A few years ago, I was invited by the legendary American Indian Professor Bala of Kellogg’s to speak at his Indian facility, the Great Lakes Management Institute. The institution designed to provide quality management education brought together multi-disciplinary teams. It was through him that I met Professor Sridhar and […]Read More

The Psychology of Money

Timeless lessons on wealth, greed, and happiness doing well with money isn’t necessarily about what you know. It’s about how you behave. And behavior is hard to teach, even to really smart people. How to manage money, invest it, and make business decisions are typically considered to involve a lot of mathematical calculations, where data […]Read More

Death; An Inside Story: A book for all those who

What is death? Is it the cessation of life or a part of the continuum of existence?Is it to be feared, or loved and embraced?What are these relationships that we carry through our lives and beyond them?How can one gain enough spiritual knowledge and experience that one comes out of this cycle of rebirth?These are […]Read More

Have you thanked your mother?

Apparently, Lenin once said, “There are decades when nothing happens and weeks when decades happen.” My last six weeks have been a turbulent one. I am one for celebrating life rather than grieving about death. On September 3rd, 2021, my mother, who was married at 18 and widowed at 45, departed from this world from […]Read More

The world is drastically changing: Are we?

Change beyond comprehension The level of suffering is incomprehensible. The last 18 months have been challenging times for the world. Covid 19 (reported data) has infected about 186 million people globally. About 4 million people have lost their lives. The stretched Health Services cannot take the pressure anymore.  About 40% of infections and deaths have […]Read More

The Gold Standard in Politics

Fidel V Ramos, the 12th president of the Philippines, has a dry sense of humour that can get one thinking for a long time. He was one of those few career military officers who rose through the ranks to reach the rank of five-star general/admiral and commander-in-chief of the armed forces. He was a person who was […]Read More