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I am the writer and the owner of this blog. I am an engineering grad, completed my B.tech degree program in computers from JECRC University, Jaipur. I had my internship experience from Indian Space Research Organisation, Ahmedabad and right after completion of my degree I was employed at IBM, India. Currently, I am pursuing masters in Data Analytics.
Since I have opinion about everything in life, my judgmental soul thought of sharing my experiences and opinions on a web platform. Hence, the advent of this blog.
People sometimes ask me – “Why I named this blog Living Inside Suitcase?? Why not outside the suitcase?? Colleges push you outside your comfort zone, innovation challenges are cracking up brains to think out the box, schools are struggling to untangle your brainy circuits and pull out of your inferior-complexities, scholarly chaps are paying huge amount of cash and cheques to improve communication. Then why to get inside the suitcase again?”
May be it wasn’t so deep. I did not think it through that all I need to do is jump outside the suitcase. But as and when I began to get out of the suitcase, without even realizing, somehow I shrank into the suitcase. And not just me, even you or to be more precise, every 17-30 year old fellow, somewhere somewhat gathered their whole lives, dumped it into the suitcase and boarded that bus, train or flight and things were never same again.
This blog is just my little story of travelling, eating, living, surviving, judging and most of the times messing up!
Belonging to the beach city of Mangaluru and an appreciator of technology, Kiran enrolled himself for an engineering program in Shayadhri College of Engineering and got a decent job in an IT firm.
Since from childhood, he has been living in different parts of India, he has a vast exposure of different cultures and people. He has lived like a localite in many cities of India – Coimbatore, Thane, Digaru, Hassan, Bangalore and Noida. All these years of shifting and packing literally got imbibed in him and he chose to travel every weekend of his life.
From trekking in Tungnath, relaxing in Kangra to driving to the heritage city of Hampi , this guy never stops. Eventually, he found his love for photography and started exploring it.
You can give a look at his photography on his insta handle @kiran_kedilaya
Globe On Our Plate
Globe On Our Plate is an adventure story of Deyona and Glister, two wanderlust pals, who love to explore the diversified beauty of the world. Their mantra for life is – “You only live once, so give it the best shot”.
Both of them belong to Mangalore but their tongues are multi-lingual word repository of Hindi, English, Kannada, Tulu and Konkani. They both love each other’s company and mostly travel together.
Amply marked about their lifestyle, Deyona and Glister, prefer midway of budget and luxury while planning their trips. They are the people who take long weekends pretty seriously and never miss an opportunity to travel.
Talking of South India, they have covered most of their neighboring towns like Kodaikanal, Ooty, Allapey, Waynad, Chikmaglur, Madikeri and Mysore. Through their travel stories and blogs, they will be unrolling their travel adventures, experiences and itineraries, which is surely taking the readers to virtual tours.
Follow : @globeonourplate