I handle the 'Life' section of Forbes India. In previous lives, I was an advertising creative director, voice-over artist, RJ, TV host, web producer and content architect, freelance travel writer, columnist, and consultant to NGOs. I've been blogging since 2003, and co-founded the South-East Asia Tsunami & Earthquake and Mumbai Help blogs (which, with other similar initiatives later became the WorldWideHelp group), and the writers’ community, Caferati. I'm a keen student of collaboration and online culture. I also co-curated the Literature section of the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival from 2006 to 2012. Aside from Twitter (link below), you could also follow me on Facebook or Google+.
At Forbes india, we celebrate success. And we're always on the lookout for individuals who, while making a difference to the world around us, are also achieving personal success. And with India's famous demographic dividend starting to give us returns, we want to hear from young people who are out there, taking chances and creating lasting value.
If you are a young entrepreneur, please fill out this form (also embedded in this post, below). If you are a young professional (or know someone who fits the bill), go here instead (or to the second embedded form below).
If you have queries, do leave a comment.