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Blogger | abstract, stories and poetry, senior manager in a technology leadership role and an enthusiast. Believes in a deeper purpose for life and actively in pursuit/practice to realize the same (https://www.sriramchandra.in/)

  • Forwords & Afterwords

    16th Century Persia “I was born here like you, but I traveled the world very quickly, I have been subject to some dirty places, and very expensive ones too!”, said bazaar.  “Are you very rich then? Is that why you… Read More ›

  • Roots of Integrity

    Journeying through darkness, in a world that seems upside down Straining every moment, to seek victory against mud and stone

  • The Forgetful Turtle

    “Something seems to be bothering you today Rhea!”, said Gregor as he watched his daughter being deeply thoughtful. “Some interactions at work, I don’t want to talk about it”, she said, “…yeah well, it doesn’t hurt to say, I have… Read More ›

  • Grow responsibly

    Tommy was a short man in his early seventies, but he looked like he barely crossed 50. He was strong and tough and as swift as a young bear moving through the forest. “Lived all my life in the woods…. Read More ›

  • Sense and Share

    In the eastern wild forest of Africa lived a pack of monkeys. They lived and moved together with the forest offering a bounty of fresh wild fruit, flowers and leaves for them to feed on. As they fluidly moved on… Read More ›

  • if all you can is dig

    Several hundred years ago, in ancient India, lived a sculptor by name Giri in the kingdom of Vinama. Vinama was a thriving kingdom in between the Vidhya hills. There was a lot of respect for arts and literature which were… Read More ›

  • The Soul Whisperers

    “Ashi, stop running around the house like that! I wonder from where this little girl gets so much energy all through the day…now hold on there…”, said Rhea as she poised herself to catch the incoming missile, the 5-year-old girl… Read More ›

  • The High Tower

    Looks like Grat is not joining the party today Ambi”, said Del. “You’ve grown big overnight Ambi”, Grat said cheerfully before Ambi could respond to Del. “More than you can think Grat, who needs touchy-feely ones like you anyway? You… Read More ›

  • True power

    It was the autumn session of the university. 35 young and sharp minds were assembled in their first class of the management program for business administration. The enthusiasm was visible and every student was radiating a sense of achievement and… Read More ›

  • A pebble story

    Tibble was shot into the beach by a rogue looking wave. He was chipped away from a sedimentary rock several hundred miles north of the beach and was subject to much grinding. He was tossed around through the ocean bed,… Read More ›