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Another photo. Please see the previous post too. I liked the motorbike that was on display at the entrance. . #foodie #PritishSocial #fLog #instamoment #hyderabaddiaries #hyderabad #dinner #eatery #photooftheday
Nice place for dinner. I personally liked the ambience, the lighting, the food, and the service. The moment we arrived at the restaurant, I indicated to the staffs that we have only 20 minutes and that I must finish dining and leave as I had another commitment. The staffs were very friendly, and they did a fantastic job by maintaining the pace of service. I had a wonderful experience. I would recommend anyone to visit Headquarters. . #foodie #PritishSocial #fLog #instamoment #hyderabaddiaries #hyderabad #dinner #eatery #photooftheday
At Goshala inside Mattapally Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple. You must visit this beautiful temple. Ten years back, there were nearly 10 cows. Now, there are more than 103 cows, most of them donated by devotees. . . #travelvideo #video #instavideo #india #temple #cows #beautiful #cattle #PritishSocial #travelblogger #vlog #TLog #instastory #instamoment #cute #videoblog
"Nursing does not diminish the beauty of a woman's breasts; it enhances their charm by making them look lived in and happy." ~Robert A. Heinlein Mother I Love ART i love paris France Die Frauen Seite Family #art #paris #louvre #museum #artist #PritishSocial #french #instatravel #travelphoto #woman #mother #child #artwork #statue #photooftheday #instaphoto #france
#BMW fans and motorbike enthusiasts would love to see this. It’s completely functional and the owner of a camera shop in Secunderabad has kept this for display so customers can see it and strike a conversation with him. I too struck a conversation with him. One story lead to another. We then conversed about camera, photography, travelling, work, marketing, et cetera. . #india #bmwbike #vintagebike #classicbike #oldbike #blackbike #motorbike #motorcycle #twowheeler #bikesofinstagram #instabike #photooftheday #instastory #storyoftheday #storytelling #bmwmotorcycle #german #hyderabad #hyderabaddiaries #PritishSocial
Veshti (Dhoti) is very comfortable and light. As summer is approaching, it is the most recommended outfit for men. Oh I love wearing Silk Veshtis. Location: Ranganatha Temple, Thiruneermalai. While the Sthalathipadi (presiding deity) is Neervana Perumal, all celebrations are for Lord Ranganatha. This temple is one among the 108 Divyadesas of Perumal. Lord appears in four forms representing three incarnations of Lord Vishnu. Lord Narasimha blesses here as Lord Bala Narasimha. #PritishSocial #travelphotography #veshti #tambrahm #iyengar #chennai #temple #travelblogger #travelling #traveller #india #hindu #hinduism #108divyadesams #placestovisit #chennaidiaries #blogger

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About Pritish Soundararajan

Hi I am Pritish Soundararajan and welcome to PritishSocial, and here you will find me sharing stories of my travel journeys, facebook videos of my restaurant experiences and most importantly about real life stories of people. I’ve always wanted to talk about people, their professional and personal background. People are awesome and without we humans, this planet would look less beautiful.

Pritish Soundararajan

Born and brought up in Chennai, India, I did my schooling and under graduation at premier institutions. Later, I pursued MBA at University of Wales Institute Cardiff, UK. In total, I lived for 4 years in the UK, I travelled across Britain and Europe, and met fascinating people with amazing stories to share. “A man who leaves home to mend himself and others is a philosopher; but he who goes from country to country, guided by the blind impulse of curiosity, is a vagabond.” – Oliver Goldsmith

Pritish Soundararajan MBA Cardiff

One of the happiest days in my life – Graduating from University of Wales Institute Cardiff, UK

“I’ve always enjoyed traveling and having experience with different cultures and different people. But it’s also a wonderful thing to be able to benefit and enable research, not only in our country but around the world.” – Laurel Clark

Why did I start

I wanted to be a writer or a photojournalist but that ended up only becoming a dream. I also wished to do a photography course but did not have the money to buy a  DSLR camera or register for a course. My dad felt it was better I studied MBA and work for a company that paid me well. So, in order to keep up the promise, I did the same. But the thought of becoming a photographer never vanished. So, I worked towards saving money for purchasing a DSLR camera and learn photography. Upon returning to India in 2011, I enrolled for a Basic photography course at the Ambitions Photography Academy in Chennai, a Canon certified centre. After completing the course, I became a freelance photographer and the dream was finally achieved.

But, the dream of becoming a writer and combining that with my photography skills wasn’t achieved. That’s when I decided to create

A little bit more about Pritish Soundararajan

I loved playing Cricket in Britain

Playing or working alongside celebrities is always fun


Media Articles 


Pritish Soundararajan - Deccan Chronicle - Oktoberfest Experience

My Oktoberfest Experience published by Deccan Chronicle newspaper

Pritish Soundararajan - The Hindu - Cycle of Change

Cycle of Change – an article that was published by The Hindu newspaper

Deccan Chronicle - Terrace Jamming - Pritish Soundararajan

Deccan Chronicle writes about “Terrace Jamming” a concept that I conceived, and created for my band “Oxygen”

Indian Express - Terrace Jamming - Pritish Soundararajan

Indian Express writes about “Terrace Jamming” a concept that I conceived, and created for my band “Oxygen”

Indian Express - Terrace Jamming - Pritish Soundararajan

New Indian Express writes about “Terrace Jamming” a concept that I conceived, and created for my band “Oxygen”


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2 comments on “About Pritish Soundararajan

  1. loved you blog, topics, layout, ideally I would have followed it, but I am not, since it brings memories of a world I love and miss, the people, the language, the ethos, particularly the Adyar stories. Maybe when I heal a bit I will follow you.. 🙂 all the best and I am borrowing your about page.

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    1. Thanks for your genuine comment. I haven’t blogged for a while. There is a lot of content ready to be published. Since you are not following me, I’ll update you on Twitter.

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