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When asked, Sriram Karri is never quite sure if the nation he was born in, and loves so much, was and is really mad, or if merely he is. Either way, he has witnessed his country grow fondly, sadly, joyfully, regretfully, and above all, hopefully.
He began his career as a journalist and worked in Deccan Chronicle and Indian Express, and has worked as a corporate brander with TCS, Infosys, Satyam, the Indian School of Business, and also co-founded a tech start-up.
He writes for The New York Times, and has contributed to The Guardian, The Hindu, and The New Indian Express.
His first published work, The Spiritual Supermarket, was longlisted for the Vodafone Crossword Book Award in the non-fiction category in 2008.
An accomplished orator, Sriram is an invited speaker and panelist at several fora and discussions. He lives in Hyderabad with his wife and son.
Books by Sriram Karri
Autobiography of A Mad Nation (HB)
I was born in a mentally retarded country.' Thus begins this provocative, stylish and racy litera...