advisory board


Swami Anubhavanand Saraswati

Swami Anubhavanand Saraswati , famously known as “Happy Guru”, is an Indian swami. He is known as the Happy Guru and in his words, “I am not miserable and I don’t make others miserable”. His philosophy is only the present,’ here and now’, and that is why he never talks about his birth place and date. Neither he has a home nor an organization. He never collects funds. He travels the world and stays for a few days in a place. He wishes to distribute the joy and prays that there should be no hatred for anyone, even for fun. He is the epitome of simplicity and depth, love and indifference. He involves himself in teaching around the world. His teachings are the elemental subject of Bhagabat Gita and Vedanta and gets appreciation from all over the world. Many people say that his lecture has the power to heal any kind of worldly wounds. Swamiji is truly a great asset for spiritual world of India.


Pandit Vijayshankar Mehta

A true inspiration, the popularly known Life Management Guru Pandit Vijayshankar Mehta was born on 2nd July, 1957. He is son of a renowned economist Prof. Vallabh Das Mehta and mother Sumitra Devi Mehta. He was eldest of five brothers – sisters of the family. He is a very good teacher and he delivers discourses on more than 75 subjects which are related to our daily lives. For the last 13 years, he has been presenting spiritual lectures. His elequent style of delivering religious and spiritual talks is well appreciated in India and abroad. His innovative initiation, ‘Meditation through Hanuman Chalisa’ course is very well accepted by people globally. He talks about ‘no negative life’ and ‘power of self management’ which inspires many souls in the world.


N. Raghuraman

N Raghuraman, a post graduate from Mumbai university and IIT (SoM) Mumbai alumnus, seasoned journalist with an experience of more than 35 years in leading national dailies like the Indian express, Hindustan Times, Business and Political Observer, Blitz, Dainik Bhaskar and DNA. All editions of DNA were launched by him.


In a fragmented growth market such as ours, sustenance gets clawed by profitability considerations. Striking a balance between the two has been the bull’s eye of his professional tenures in various capacities. He was fortunate enough to gather multi-dimensional experience from different positions he held which makes him adequately confident as an aspirant to handle the gargantuan responsibilities. He leveraged his networks, got closer to everyone on the top, understood their struggle, hard work and did stories that became motivational stories for millions youngsters struggling somewhere. He has been part of the PM international travel media team for several years.


A versatile all-round senior leader with specific accomplishments in the arenas of Product Launches, Government and Regulatory Interface, Human Resource Alignment, Intensive Customer Research, Competitor Analysis, Enabling Global Partnerships and Development of Organisational SWOT-based Strategies with a keen eye on profit making sustainable business strategies.

With his penchant for strong and minute observation he could grow in the ladder of editorial board at such a speed—from a cub reporter to the Editor of leading dailies—and became the youngest editor of Indian Express at the age of 33. During these three decades of his cherished career, he covered most of the industries from pharmaceuticals to petroleum and developed in-depth knowledge in each of these areas.

At the age of 52, he decided to hang his boots from active journalism and decided to write books and diversify into training the next generation to leadership roles. In these eight years he finished 49 books to his credit. In his spare time he partnered with over a dozen leading organisations to accurately assess and recruit senior executive teams, providing insights needed to ensure the right executives are in the right roles and offered developmental recommendations to make sure that future leaders are prepared for the challenges ahead.

Since Journalism was giving him access and insights to the changing world, he kept writing on a daily basis with chosen national dailies. His immensely popular daily column “Management Funda” in all 65 editions of Dainik Bhaskar in all three languages with 2.4 crore readers has captured the fancy of the nation. It will be an understatement to say that this is the only column (still running) in the country to get printed for all 365 days for close to 19 years. The success of the column lies in stringing together diverse tales of ordinary people with extraordinary feats, in delineating the simplicity of life where indeed it’s core values are ensconced. Being endowed with deep industry and indian demography he is associated with many pan India organisations and institutions in addressing their business pain areas and also advises them on strategic shifts and reorganisation. His strength actually lies in identifying the core competency of each senior most talent attached with these companies and helping them to mitigate leadership failures within organisations and also doing due diligence while hiring people at leadership level. Raghuraman is also an amazing motivational and inspirational speaker, just as he is an accomplished master of ceremonies and moderator of public debates. his invigorating techniques to maximise mental power and bring the focus on optimum utility of one’s potential has been greatly admired. His assessment approach provides accurate and objective information about the key players’ strengths and weaknesses that enable organisations to make thoughtful, informed leadership decisions. These insights can point to developmental needs for individual executives, reveal opportunities to improve executive team effectiveness and help make distinction between CXO finalist candidates. Many organisations have benefitted in creating a blueprint of a career path from his leadership programs—on and off site—which brings out the untapped latent talent. Apart from this, he teaches subjects like branding, marketing, entrepreneurship, retail management and principles of management in leading colleges. What is interesting to note in his class is that no students want to remain absent or even unattentive primarily because his theory is always mixed by contemporary topics and market needs. He is known for holding the attention of the students by taking them to the morning news items and the recent business developments. PS: His credentials can be Googled that has several pages on him.