A Master of Computer Applications, software engineer and language specialist, I am debuting as author by writing poems and articles on my blogs, hoping to publish books in near future.
My interests vary from music, reading, nature, dance, sailing, cycling, civilizations, Artificial Intelligence, Cosmology, cooking, gardening, e-reading, Indology, programming, poetry, languages, science, research to Neuro-Sciences and many other.
My favorite quotes:
- Yâdhum Ooré Yâvarung Kélir (Tamil: யாதும் ஊரே யாவருங் கேளிர்) means “To us all towns are one, All men our kin”. It is the first stanza of a Purananuru (புறநானூறு) poem written by one Kaniyan Poongundran (கணியன் பூங்குன்றன்) who belongs to the laic Sangam literature community, ca. ~4th century BCE as per "modern" history. Real period unknown and goes back to extreme antiquity.
- The non-secular Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam (Sanskrit) means “We all belong to one single cosmic family, from gods, demi-gods, other ‘exobiological’ entities, planets, galaxies, ‘humble’ human beings to neutrinos, neurons, dust and mist.” We all belong to one single cosmic family. It is from Hindu philosophy. Time unknown and goes back to extreme antiquity.