I’ve led an eventful life and post retirement I’m raring to go. You’ll read about the crazy stuff I do here . If you feel a chord of empathy or inspiration do hit the like button. I’d love it if you drop a comment and do feel free to share.

I love to write about my travels, my encounters with spiritualism and outlandish stuff on hiking trails and cycling paths and a tip or two to budding corporate executives. Lurking some where within me is a mentor and coach.

View from our high altitude camp
View from our high altitude camp
In the deserts of Rajasthan



I’ve published a couple of books and I’m passionately engaged in writing the next one.

I started this blog way back in 2006 but all that is the past and I’ve swept it into the realm of distant memories. The future beckons now and as I said I’m raring to go. Read the old stuff if you feel inclined I’m nostalgic about it.

Goats come a visiting


11 thoughts on “About”

  1. Dear Sir, I came to this blog by accident and read the HRL story. I still remember the story on the service engineer from Canon (from your pre-hcl days) that you had told us when talking about customer satisfaction.

  2. Hello, sir. i founded your blog while i was preparing for the SGM (Soka Gakkai Malaysia) district discussion meeting study about (Strong Prayer and Determination), and the passage of “Ode to Josei Toda” was a good reference to me. At least i get to heard the opinion of other person comment on the impression of reading the “Human Revolution”. Thanks again.

  3. Dear Sir,

    I accidentally came across your article about your introduction to Buddhism. I am a practising member as well. There is something I would like to ask you. But I prefer doing so via email. I would be grateful if you could provide me with your email id.


  4. Hi hari…this is mystic. I just stumbled upon this blog and I’m a very good friend ofJaya and I have visited your house in faridabad. This was prolly n year 2002 or 2003. Jaya used to always talk about u nDeepa a lot.

    1. Hello Eric, Thank you for stopping by at my blog. No I dont use filters. In fact for some of the snaps taken on a trek to the Himalayas I just used an inexpensive mobile phone camera as I didn’t want to carry a bulky D-SLR.Some of the colours may have been on account of the play of lights on the mountains. I do use simple editing tools such as those available on Picasa including the use of graded filters . Glad you liked the photos . Will check out your blog too.

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