Leela Pal Chaudhuri

Writer, Content Editor, Voice-over Artist, Placement Consultant, Soft Skills Trainer, Genetic Brain Profiling (GBP) Consultant

http://life-ind.org/

Currently a consultant with Adventum Technology Consulting where she runs recruitment, writes content, organizes training programs, manages eLearning and communication projects, lends voice for educational and corporate assignments, anchors events as MC, and helps people of all ages know themselves better with Genetic Brain Profiling.

A dyed-in-the-wool Bengali, food is her first love – for the mind (books, reading, writing, conversations, talks, theatre), for the soul (yoga, mindfulness) and for the stomach (savoring the finest, the homeliest and everything-in-between food fare from all over). Married to an un-Bengali techno-commercial-sales-strategy expert husband, Leela is based out of Chennai, India, which she calls her beloved second home – albeit, one she had almost careened away from, caught in a blitzkrieg of a culture shock decades ago, but wouldn't exchange for anywhere else, now!

An armchair traveller, Leela has an enviable bucket list, which she hopes to tick-off, before the final take-off.

Leela blogs at http://www.verve15.blogspot.in/ , http://wordscapist.wordpress.com/ and at Medium.

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A view of the Napier Bridge over River Cooum. It is the oldest bridge in Chennai and connects Fort St George with the Marina beach. It was built by Francis Napier in 1869, who was then the governor of Madras. Photo by Pixabay
Wisdom//

Namma Oru Madras: Lessons Chennai Taught Me over the Years

by Leela Pal Chaudhuri
Thrive Global
People look for retreats for themselves, in the country, by the coast, or in the hills . . . There is nowhere that a person can find a more peaceful and trouble-free retreat than in his own mind. . . . So constantly give yourself this retreat, and renew yourself.

- Marcus Aurelius

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