A development activist, public policy advocate, social innovator and leadership trainer
This is the talk that I gave on the occasion of Vivekananda Jayanthi at the Vivekananda Institute of Indian Studies on January 11, 2021. Swami Vivekananda never ceases to inspire and one feels that one has only scratched the surface in trying to understand his message. Watch on…
Over time, I have given several interviews and have spoken at several forums. Each one has been different and taught me several lessons. They have also given me the time and space to reflect on the questions that had been asked and my own life too. This recent interview as part of the MASTER CLASS series of Dr Kamini Rao, the renowned Obstetrician & Gynaecologist of Bengaluru was one that brought out several nuances of my own life. She has this grounded way of bringing out what is hidden inside you. Please do watch this two-part video, where i recollect
My first brush with being made to feel like a South Indian and distinctly different from the person in front of me is something that is strongly etched into my memory now. My father had insisted that all his children learn three languages at school – Kannada, the language of my state of Karnataka, English and Hindi (which he felt was our National language). We grew up with the pride that we could speak all three and did not consider that someday I would be looked down upon for speaking Hindi in a distinct south Indian accent. This incident happened
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