I’m Srinivas, a Wandering Thinker, Pondering Writer, and an avid traveler. I’ve traveled to over 300+ destinations in India, Europe, and South East Asia. Been visiting the Himalayas for the last 10 years. I write interesting stories of people and places I experience. I’m in love with the Himalayas and make it a ritual to go there at least once a year. Eventually, I aspire to be a Social Entrepreneur in the Mountains and a travel author one day hoping to write a magnanimous journey of my sojourns across the world!
Other than that I’m an Advertising, Start-Up Enthusiast and a keen follower of the latest trends across the Digital Web. I have a keen thirst for knowledge, hence the love for travel and broadening my horizon. Hence now in a role that allows me to be a Human Resource thought leader, performance coach to empower personal growth and transformation at a large advertising firm based out of Mumbai.
Travel Writer – From being a casual blogger and creative writer since 2005 I slowly found interest in Travel Blogging and have written over 150 travelogues on this blog since then. My journey as a travel blogger began in March’ 2008. It all started with an on the spur of the moment trip to Goa. Something which I call #SriniOnTour… Rugged travels, backpacking my way across the country is what my travels are mostly about. More madness, less luxury.
My Website: www.srinivaskulkarni.com
My Travel Map: http://bit.ly/sriniontour
Also, check Out my On-The-Go Tumblelog Travelogue
My Personal Blog, mostly anything else besides travel: www.srinistuff.in
First Shot at Writing a Book – This is just previewed to my early and first amateur work in novel writing and hopes to grow more to be able to publish my own Novel based on my travel experiences. http://childofthewindd.wordpress.com This book talks about the journey. A journey that an author takes to share someone’s love, trials and tribulations and how hope wants to surmount against all odds. How the protagonist, Samir, who is in love with Naina, yet doesn’t know if he will be able to survive the odds. This book is about the story of Samir’s life told to the author by Naina the girl who is in love with Samir and willing to do anything for him before the final chapter unfolds…
My other Experiences
Human Resource Director @ Kinnect: Responsible to build the Knowledge and Human Capital of the Agency. Lead the HR and Recruitment to build strong Digitally Native Resources with passion for their work. Custodian of the #KinnectEDGE (Enhanced Development & Growth Ecosystem) at Social Kinnect.
Social Wavelength (Now Mirum, India): I’ve worked with Social Wavelength, now Mirum India, a WPP group company, for 4 years working in various roles within the then startup and now established part of the advertising group network WPP. I worked as a Blogger, Community Manager, Moderator, Subject Matter Expert, and an Account Manager. An ex-training and development guy, I started blogging in 2005 and grew fond of the use of the social web. I’ve been actively advocating it ever since and am trying to strive forward in this business. This is where I also started listening to podcasts and been doing so since then.
Technology Evangelist: A hardcore lover of technology, coding, Linux and Open Source freak, gadgets, new media, social media, and digital marketing, I enjoy learning and talking about new technology. I’ve worked as a Community / Developer evangelist for Intel Software Network / Intel Developer Zone’s social media communities (India/Asia Pacific)
Tech and Startup Columnist @ ZDNet: I wrote over 100 blogs, about the flourishing startup ecosystem in India and articles around the tech happenings in the country.
It was nice to know this side of yours…I was one of the most surprised person when I heard about you moving out of Spanco.
However it seems you would have never discovered this side of yours in its true sense had u not moved out…
Trust u are doing well professionally.
Do call me when you have time. My number remains same 09320608191. Have lost yours…
Thanks for your comment… Well, this side of me existed before Spanco… however had not paid much attention to it during Spanco… Now that I’m into Writing and a job tht involves the same, I’m getting more time… 🙂 Doing all well professionally… Hope is the same with you 🙂 Will msg you my number. And as I always believe… Everything happens for a reason….
nice site bro did u did this all!!!!!!!!!!!
Yes buddy… I made this blogsite… 🙂 Im glad you liked it 😉
Hi Srini! I found you somewhere in wordpress forum and… now I am here. I love to see WP blogs on custom domain. I am going to read your posts. You write poems? I’m going to check that category first 🙂
Thanks buddy 🙂
Hi Srini, Mountains, beaches, sunsets and rivers, you have all this in your blog. I love travelling and post occasionally on http://adventurousgopal.wordpress.com. Your blog is unique. It brings nature’s unique facets to the readers.
Thanks Gopal! Appreciate your kind words and feedback. Will have a look at your blog. Looks interesting…
I stumbled upon your blog and loved it.
I have recently started a travel blog. If you could look at it and provide some honest feedback.
Thanks Dipti! Glad you loved my travel blog! You’re starting off well too. Read your blog and I loved your post on Kanyakumari… I was mesmerized by the place and it’s one of my favorites… 🙂 South India is very beautiful in landscape, Keep it up! Good work!
Hi Srini , thanks for taking your time out and giving your feedbacks. Also thanks for following the blog. :-))
You’re welcome! 🙂 Looking to read more posts from you! Happy Travels and Happy Writing!
Dear Srini, thanks for introducing me to the world of travel blogging and inspiring me to create my own. 🙂
You’re welcome Deepika! You’ve started off really well! Keep it up and keep it going!
Glad I stumbled across your blog and I wish to read more of your adventures Srini. Keep them coming
Liked your website, and your travel tales. Good work, keep it going!
Thanks Shruthi! Glad you liked it 🙂 Thanks for the encouragement.
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I just want to stop by and say I enjoy your blogs. I spent 6 months in India in the 70’s and it opened my eyes to many things .Without it I would not be the person I am today,it profoundly changed my life for the better.