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Articles by Dileep Srinivasan

A Visionary and Thought Leader, in helping organizations to build effective businesses and harnessing individual strengths to build career success. A believer in the Digital and Social world that can help connect one and all and uplift the world to be a better one. A passionate music lover, with a mission to continue the work of my grandfather Sangeetha Kalanidhi Justice T L Venkatarama Aiyer, on popularizing Dikshitar Kirthis. A traveller with a penchant for imbibing things of beauty, wildlife and culture. A leader bent on motivating individuals to bring out their best in them. A person on a mission, who believes that all people are born equivalent and only circumstances direct their status, and so is driven to support and mentor career paths for the downtrodden and uplift their lives.

Tanoura Folk Dance
January 4, 2016 – 1:47 pm | No Comment
Tanoura Folk Dance

Tanoura Folk Dancing

Berlin – Converting history to Charm
September 26, 2015 – 11:29 am | No Comment
Berlin – Converting history to Charm

I had long been fascinated with Berlin, even though I had never visited the city.

I guess I really don’t have any particular reason for this fascination except maybe because I am more familiar with some …

Iceland Escapades – Jokulsarlon – A date with the Vatnajokull Glacier
August 24, 2015 – 9:36 pm | No Comment
Iceland Escapades – Jokulsarlon – A date with the Vatnajokull Glacier

Jokusarlon – A beautiful place to start your trips to see the Vatnajokull Glacier.
Jokulsarlon was made famous by the James Bond Movie, A View to Kill, which shot the 1st scene there.
This is the place …

Magical world of Color, Lights and Glass
June 20, 2015 – 1:36 am | No Comment
Magical world of Color, Lights and Glass

Enter a world of make believe.
A world defined by colors, so spectacular that you hold your breath, just wondering if you have been transposed to an enchanted land.

This world comes to you from Dale Chihuly, …

Malabar Pied Hornbills
June 19, 2015 – 11:27 am | No Comment
Malabar Pied Hornbills

Malabar Hornbills, typically found in tropical forests are beautiful comical looking birds found perched on tree tops.

Spotting Tigers in Indian National Parks
February 21, 2015 – 9:48 am | 3 Comments
Spotting Tigers in Indian National Parks

With over half the population of tigers found in indian forests, its but natural to make this a must see destination for wildlife lovers. However, tracking the elusive tiger is more a game of chance, patience and the services of an experienced guide. This blog brings you my experiences during a successful tiger spotting safari in India.

An unusual Jugalbandhi captivates audience
October 8, 2014 – 5:23 pm | No Comment
An unusual Jugalbandhi captivates audience

A less seen instrument the Veena, with a table accompaniment from no less then Zakir Hussain was truly a beautiful experience. The combination of Tabla, Veena & Voiln just brought in energy to terrific levels …

Altos de Chavon – an enchanting mediaval city 
August 30, 2014 – 11:23 am | No Comment
Altos de Chavon – an enchanting mediaval city 

Altos de Chavon, is 16th century replica of a typical Mediterranean village perched at a peak overlooking the Chavón River. 

With stoned pathways, decorative ironwork, period furnitures and enchanting buildings, the village is simply a beauty …

The Indian Roller Bird
June 24, 2014 – 2:08 am | No Comment
The Indian Roller Bird

The Kingfisher bird commonly found in Asian countries like India, is an extremely colorful bird.

Adult male can easily be identified by its sharp turquoise blue upperparts and rufous orange underparts. Tail is blue. Wings are …