About VAK

I am a Professional, a Seeker and a Creative change agent. I try and look at things differently and connect the dots.

After 25 satisfying years in Sr Management roles at Apple, Sun & Wipro I took a 30 month break to step back and see where I was going. I needed that break after those 25 mad years of Corporate life to recharge myself. I used the time to travel, explore, write, and get myself fit. This break helped me energise myself.

I now work at NetApp in a simple individual contributor role trying to learn new things and contribute to the growth of the company.

I find happiness sitting by a stream in a small jungle lodge overlooking the mountains far away from the hustle & bustle of the city. You will find many such off – beat destinations in my Blog “A Few Good Things”

I have discovered many fascinating places in and around Bangalore – places which I never knew existed. Many of these could vie for a place in the UNESCO World Heritage site. I have shared this as detailed curated day trips on my blogs.

My favourite meal is piping hot freshly prepared “Khichdi” or a soothing bowl of “Curd Rice”, but I have ventured out and explored unique restaurants in Bangalore. From Vegan restaurants to places that serve dishes only made with Millets, I have reviewed most of Bangalore’s traditional / unique restaurants.

“A Few Good Things” is exactly what it means – a compilation of Good Things served to you regularly through my Blog, FB & Instagram pages. So do join up, enjoy the fresh perspective on Travel, Spirituality & Daily Life.

You can reach me at

+91 98452 18532 (Whats App only)
vak_1969@yahoo.com

16 comments on “About VAK

  • tituscha , Direct link to comment

    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

  • Sayvari , Direct link to comment

    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

  • Bindu Chettiar , Direct link to comment

    Interesting blog with varied topics covered and well written too!

  • Praveen Kamath Kumbla , Direct link to comment

    VAK – As usual, your ability to “story write” is simply amazing. When you find some time (I know you are extremely busy) you should story tell and record those videos for general public. I know you have all those gadgets which will simply in creating those nice, creative tit-bits 🙂

  • MRINMOY DEBNATH , Direct link to comment

    Very live and vivid feeling by reading your tour stories. Being a novice Indian traveller, you inspire me to explore places and celebrate life

  • Krishna Banda , Direct link to comment

    Dear Sir,
    I live in US and have been in the same corporate life you describe , your articles and thoughts provide a great peace and sanity , love the article on nagas , have been a reader for the last two years.you have done a great job keep continuing to post

    Cheers
    Krishna

  • Lakshmi N , Direct link to comment

    while i was searching for Isha Sacred Walks i found your blog link. The topics you are covering are very interesting. Keep coming..

  • Sumati Mohan , Direct link to comment

    VAK, Your blogs on 21Curated trips in Bengaluru and the restaurant recommendations helped me plan an interesting Bengaluru Experience for my customer from US. Keep blogging, it’s like a ready reckoner for me. Regards Sumati

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