My Inspirations Series

As I look at my life so far, I see that there have been some people, books, events, thoughts, movies etc that have really inspired me.  They are both famous and not so, well-known and the obscure, the profound and the trivial, the positive and the negative but they all have something in common and that is “I found them inspiring”

I want to share these in a series of blog spots as a means of saying “Thank you for having inspired me”




  1. N Ramesh said,

    February 23, 2012 at 5:34 am

    Dear Badri,

    It is really nice that you have started sharing such kinds of subtle stuff with others, which is similar to what I had told you long time ago – about writing a short account of each and every book that you read, like the one by Srila Prabhupada, Robert Kiyosaki, or be it the success story of Walmart or Macdonalds and the like which will be inspiring to many and help them tread their our path or rather the journey of life in their own way !

    Thus Spake N Ra !

    • badrirag said,

      February 23, 2012 at 6:34 am


      Thanks for the quick response. While books will be one set of inspiring factors, there will be real people (living or dead), events, words or gestures that will find place in this series. And even for books, it will not be in the form of a book review but only those aspects which inspired me will be mentioned.

      Do stay in communication


  2. February 24, 2012 at 12:33 am

    […] personality or even about someone with a face.  That’s exactly the point!! I mentioned in my preface post that I have been inspired by the famous as well as the obscure and I am going to write about both […]

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