About VAK

Hi ;

I am based out of Bangalore. I recently retired ( Dec 2016) after 25 years of Corporate life in Wipro , Sun Microsystems & Apple.

This site started with  simple tips on Travel spots we have been to.  When you are planning a travel – especially as a family with kids  there are so many questions – and you don’t want to take chances with hotels , schedules etc. Slowly this started developing to a Blog to offbeat places – mainly Nature spots. These are all based on our personal experiences.

Over time I have added other interesting entries on Corporate Life , Daily Life , spirituality etc – all inputs are based on the theme of good useful things which most people of my age and background may Co Relate with.

I have also Co Authored a book on the Indian BPO Industry titled – Oh BPO, Structure & Chaos, Pain & Agony that was a bestseller in 2007.

Feel free to reach out to me for travel tips , Counselling ( I have completed a 8 day certification program on Coaching) , Investment ideas for youngsters , Career Planning….  I can be contacted by email at vak_1969@yahoo.com.

3 Responses to “About VAK”

  1. tituscha September 29, 2013 at 3:11 AM #

    Hi Vak,

    While i was searching for something on google stumbled over your blogs. The topics you pick and the flow of the contents you put in there are super amazing. Its great pleasure reading your blogs, keep it coming.

    Thanks
    Titus Seb

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  2. Sayvari April 13, 2016 at 5:02 AM #

    Hi Vak: The article on Rudram attracted my attention to your blog and appreciate the details provided.

    Moving further on the blog of Hinduism, I have a problem with your dating I am no expert myself, but it seems your pattern of dating somehow matches with what the Western Scholars (that I have read on internet) are trying to peddle. Since most of the Indologists being Westerners and their works obviuosly influences the output generated in terms of blogs.

    Nevertheless great work, FYI recently in Haryana excavations reveal of a civilization much older than Mohenjo Daro & Harappa, this may further clarify/add to the mystery of dating our epics.

    Michel Danino lectures at IIT Kanpur also shed some light on ancient India.

    Regards
    Sayvari

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  3. padduka August 9, 2016 at 11:57 AM #

    Amazing you cover a variety of topics.

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