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From wine and the Myntra CEO to Mohandas Pai's digital detox and Anu Acharya's poetry - your weekend fix

Team YS
20th May 2018
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Can wine be paired with bisi bele bhat? Can you get people to bond over a bottle of wine? Should you overpay for good wine? It is questions like these that Ananth Narayanan, CEO Myntra can answer with ease as he is a wine connoisseur par excellence. He is a wine collector who goes by the region, soil, grape variety and the year, when it comes to purchasing a bottle of wine. His vacations revolve around wine destinations and his wine cellar is a collector's dream.

Ananth Narayanan talks about his love for wine

 

Mohandas Pai's weekends begin with reading and spending time with the family, but he also enjoys watching Netflix, reading and exploring the countryside whenever possible. This CFO turned VC finds it hard to switch off, but he loves to relax, either by going on a holiday, debating with friends or spending time on Twitter.

Mohandas Pai says unwinds with books, his family and Netflix 

Anu Acharya, Founder and CEO, MapMyGenome, has always been fascinated with verse, which led to her love for writing poetry. It is only when she is travelling or writing that she truly unwinds. Writing is all about seeing things differently and opening herself to the world around her.

Anu Acharya, Self-confessed poetry lover, and Founder of Mapmygenome

What is Radhika Aggarwal’s idea of perfect happiness? What is her greatest extravagance? What does she think is her greatest achievement? Find out the facts and foibles of this founder and CBO who was the first woman to enter the Unicorn Club.

Radhika Aggarwal shares her most used phrase is to her children - “Because I am your mom!"

 

Vikas Khanna shares his love for pots and pans

Michelin-starred chef, entrepreneur and author Vikas Khanna wears many hats but his recent venture is a one of a kind culinary museum. His aim is to showcase and document India’s rich food and family heritage.

He has been collecting heirlooms for decades and is now ready to share them with the world. His culinary museum opened to the public this April and is attached to the School of Culinary Arts, WelcomeGroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration at Manipal University.


 

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