About Me  

I'm joining Service Space because ... Expand my Service horizon and nurture my inner transformation. I want to tap into different forms of wealth :)

A good day to me is when ... I share and learn with rural children

My hero in life is ...Gita for Children by Roopa Pai

My favorite book is ...HH Dalai Lama

One thing I'm grateful for is ... Opportunity to Serve

Inspiring Link

Apr 03, 2019, 3 smiles Awakin Thursday at Patparganj Delhi | ServiceSpace.org Inspired by Awakin Wednesdays and the spirit of community, we gather this Thursday, April 04, at 7pm to sit in...

Inclusion Retreat: Inward Flowering In Oneness

Dec 21, 2017, 2 comments, 8 smiles Blog co-authored by Priyanka Peeramsetty & Priya Charry When we discuss inclusion in the disability sector, we often engage with issues such as accessibility and equal opportunity. We speak in terms of product design, business goals, and legal requirements. However, these topics rest just on the surface of a much deeper pool of considerations because, at its core, inclusion is a mindset that honors the humanity in each and every one of us. This is among the lessons learned at the second Inclusion Retreat (first one was in ESI Sughad in 2016), held 11-13 December at Naimisam (the Jiddu Krishnamurti Centre). Located an hour’s drive outside of Hyderabad, Naimisam is a meditation and retreat center and a “space of deep discovery” according to its caretaker, Aparajita Rao. The Inclusion Retreat addressed the concept of inclusion from a unique perspective fueled by personal stories of kindness and compassion. The forty participants came from diverse ... Read Full Story

Audrey's Interview In Bangalore Mirror!

Aug 22, 2017, 16 smiles Just saw Audrey's interview in one of the bigger newspapers in Bangalore: An Act of Kindness Features 21-day inclusion challenge, Nimo and much more! How far have they been able to reach? “Someone joked that the longest distance we can travel is from the head to the heart. If we can genuinely touch one human heart, including ours, then it would’ve been worth the effort. That’s how KindSpring first started, with the belief that small acts do matter. Not only do they ripple out elegantly into the world, but they also change and transform us along the way,” Lin says.

For Those Curious Hearts Who Kept ...

Feb 14, 2017, 5 smiles For those curious hearts who kept supporting my inner transformation & kept blessing my sojourn- visibly & invisibly, here is my straight from heart reflection of turning heartpreneur :) Smiles and love :) Jai Jagath and Love Jagath :)

I Had Incredible Time Conversing With ...

Sep 17, 2016, 2 comments, 9 smiles I had incredible time conversing with Melissa's 7th grade kids from California who are incredible givers. Look at the sweetness in the video :) Just overwhelmed with so much love :)   Posted on KnowYourStar Newsfeed. More on Mentor India.