About Me

Akilnathan Logeswaran

“What’s the point in being alive if you don’t
at least try to do something remarkable?”
(Colin Singleton, 2006)

Who am I?

Born and raised in Munich (Germany), I grew up multiculturally within Tamil & German spheres. Graduating from High School in 2008 I took the leap to live in an Ashram in Tamil Nadu (India). Escaping from the sights of glory, I dived into the severity of life living in slums and tribal villages in the South of India (Tamil Nadu and Kerala) for about eight weeks, equipped with not much more than anybody else had. Following my paths of education I returned to India in 2012 being blessed with a scholarship programme to gain insights into the business world of one of the world’s tantalising powerhouse, residing in Bangalore’s Leela Palace or the Oberoi in Mumbai. In 2013 I was fortunate enough to be accepted to the CEMS Master in International Management to study at Vienna University of Economics and Business and to be selected as an integral part of my international management experience to study at one of the best business schools of the world: The Indian Institute of Management Calcutta.

Hence, we write the year 2014, and I am once again back to Mother Bharat (Mother India), being an human being with a notion to care about the ecstatic comprehension of the Indian cultures and its people. My vivid curiosity is on fire to widen my horozion yet to another microcosmos of this subcontinent and to share it with YOU.

Akilnathan Logeswaran
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