About Gauraw.com Blog

I am an IT professional by education and entrepreneur and a seeker by mindset.

About This Blog

I started this website as my personal blog where I decided to share my views, opinions, recommendations and things I learn and discover living life.

My philosophy is that if you are going to lead well, you must be willing to learn and put that knowledge to work. You must set the right example for those you lead. Success is not created randomly. You must plan, you must focus – you must be intentional about it.

I have been writing on leadership, business development, social media, sales and marketing, branding related topics from the beginning of this website and continued to do so until 2019 and then I took a break as I found that I lacked enthusiasm around those topics going and so I stopped writing for a while. After the COVID-19 hit the world, I got more time to think, reflect and figure out what I wanted to do next. I spent a significant amount of time during 2020 and 2021 studying history, literature and especially the most ancient language of the world, Sanskrit. That opened a door for me to take it deeper into ancient Indian civilization and the more deeper I looked, the more curious I got.

So, I decided to begin writing again and start sharing what I am learning, researching and discovering while I continue to fascinate myself with the history, cultural studies and especially with Sanskrit language and Shastras written in Sanskrit. 

I keep a goal to create insightful, relevant content that you can put to work in your personal, social and professional life. If you are an entrepreneur (or aspiring to become one), you may be pleased that you and I share the same passion.

I hope my writing adds value to your knowledge in some ways. If it does, please do share it with others and spread the word.

About Charity Organizations

I support The Hindu American Foundation (HAF) an educational and advocacy organization promoting dignity, mutual respect, and pluralism in order to ensure the well-being of Hindus and for all people and the planet to thrive.

I support Ramakrishna Vivekananda Seva Trust, an organization that is dedicated to provide educational healthcare support to underprivileged children and elderly people in India.

Some Of My Top Posts

Although I hope you will stick around and check out posts in your area of interest, I would like to share with you a few of my most popular posts.

I will be updating this list soon. But as it stands right now, I hope you enjoy reading these and also, I look forward to your feedback through your comments:


This is my personal blog. The opinions I express here do not represent those of any organization (or any of my past or present employers). The information I provide is on an “as-is” basis. I make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, correctness, suitability, or validity of any information on this blog and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its use.

This is not a commercial website. The content I write here and share is only to motivate and inspire my readers through my experiences and what I find inspiring on the web.

Now about images on this site.

I always try my best to use either an image I can purchase or use a free image to the best of my knowledge. But I am a human and can make mistakes, especially I made a lot of them when I was new and learning blogging. I might have accidentally used a picture or two for which I missed giving credit. If you found an image on this website for which I don’t have a right to use or I didn’t give you credit, and you want me to remove it, please send an email to [email protected] and the team infotyke will immediately act to get the image removed from this website within 3 working days. My intention is not to violate any copyright or get credit for the work that is not mine. Thank you.