Hari Nair left his 15-year International Management Consulting career and started HolidayIQ.com. Hari brought his skills as a top-notch Management Professional to create HolidayIQ.com, India’s first travel community. HolidayIQ.com is now India’s most popular holiday planning website. Today, Hari is a sought-after speaker on online travel at major domestic & international Travel Trade events. Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, Hari was a partner at KPMG India and was involved in an advisory capacity with many landmark infrastructure projects in India, including the Dabhol Power project, privatization of the power supply in New Delhi, privatization of the four metro airports, and more. His 15-year long enriching consulting career path is also dotted with assignments with companies like TCS, PWC, and Ernst & Young, which includes various national & international postings. His interests include travelling, reading, and water sports. He was also a one-time member of the World Futures Society. Hari is passionate about Food & Travel and reflects these interests in his personal blog at harinair.wordpress.com. Hari lives in Bangalore, India with wife Sunita, a practicing architect and sons Aman & Nayan.
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Divyakshi is an ardent travel blogger, a freelance travel writer, & a social media consultant who is determined to bring the spirit of travel a little bit closer to her readers. Her travelogue www.quirkywanderer.com is a testament to her passion towards traveling and inking the very essence of it. Her journey started at the age of 9 when she started writing poems. In 2006, she wrote her first digital blog, and today, she is respected as one of the top travel writers in her field. Her love for photography adds a surreal perspective to her style of storytelling. Her passion for rusty Indian doors was recognized & featured by Wordpress.com, making her the first Indian travel blogger to be interviewed by them.
Girish S. Shet is an ardent explorer who has a string of national & international travel experiences under his belt. His love for travel started off with a month-long trip to Colombo for a cricket tournament. His passion for the sport and sudden exposure to new cultures sparked his journey. He found his core passions through an adventure trip to Adelaide. During his college days, Girish bought his first motorcycle which he still dearly cherishes. Since then, he has traveled all across India and far beyond into Nepal & Tibet on his beloved motorbike. He says traveling has taught him valuable life lessons such as patience, responsibility, & focus. Girsh credits his passion for the road for making him the man he is today.