Born and played in a mud hut and on the sands of gods own country at Puthiyangadi near Pazhayangadi. A overpopulated quaint village near Cannanore which is now called as Kannur in Kerala. Grew up, schooled and worked in Tulunadu, Kudla, Mangalapuram, Mangalore, or as is now known as Mangaluru, Karnataka, India.
Suraj matured very slowly into a dynamic person who implemented new, philosophical and historical approaches to achieve results at work, Since interested in the Digital platform since a young age and made the first website using Microsoft word and hyperlinks, developed and facilitated websites www.suraj.gq for NGO’s and businesses, an ecommerce one under R.A.T.S and projected renewable energy and water management system for ARDC.IN.
Trained as a business analyst at Rites Inc. Richmond, USA, headed voice sales processes for Star Infotech, Kaikamba and prior to that was 9 years of hard labor night tenure as tech/data/real-time analyst at Mphasis an ITO BPO HP and EDS company, at Mangaluru as a real-time analyst (WFM), Command Center (MIS) and MphasiS transition team to transfer UNIX and ACCESS/SQL processes from Kansas to Bangalore. Lead teams to develop software and websites, scour the land for surveys.
A dedicated professional, excellent people manager, awesome team player, amateur ping-pong player, out of tune flutist and guitarist, walker, jogger and 1/2 marathoner. Love to visit intriguing historical sites and mountain ranges and listen to soothing soul music and connect all chakras spiritually. Traveled throughout the West coast of India and East coast of USA.
A spiritual geek, interested in cosmology, astrophysics, astrology, metaphysics, energy theories, prefer reading mythological, self-improvement, nonfiction books and listen to soul, club or trance music. Interests range from technology, Reiki, pranik , soul, and energy healing , haiku, share trading (options & currencies), cooking, astronomy, gardening, learning languages and musical instruments.
Special thanks to the strong maternal instincts of my mother Sarojini, who brought up 3 kids in an alien land and a senior IAS IT govt employee father who traveled far and wide the nation serving the country.
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