Being a Carnatic music lover I have joined the site of a group of Carnatic music lovers. I have been appreciated and getting comments and likes as I used to choose unique compositions of famous composers and songs rendered by legendary musicians of bygone days as well as upcoming artists. From a young age I was a cricket lover as my brother used to play cricket and also was umpiring inter college matches. when the cricket commentary was broadcasted in Radio I used to listen. Even now whenever India plays I watch it on TV now. Though test matches bore me I watch on and off, but I love to watch one day match and T20. The last but not the least, I listen to spiritual pravachanams of Sri Velukkudi Krishnan, Sri Dushyant Sridhar and Dr Ramesh. I am very much in awe of the last two persons I have mentioned. Velukudi Krishnan Swamy’s father Sri Velukkudi Varadachary was a great spiritual upanyasakar. When he was young Krishnan swamy was given both a religious and latest education, after which he went to work as a chartered accountant. After his father's death in 1991, the 28-year-old Krishnan began delivering lectures. Sri Dushyanth Sridhar is a multifaceted personality. His parents enrolled him in classes at the age of five to study Sanskrit and the Vedas. After studying in schools in Bangalore and Chennai, he studied chemical engineering and chemistry at BITS Pilani and graduated in 2008. Even while he was studying he had given several upanyasams.After several years in industry, Sridhar became a full-time religious scholar and lecturer. In 2016, Sridhar quit working in the corporate sector and currently spends all his time studying the Vedas and delivering lectures on television channels as well as in public gatherings. He also develops classical dance and vocal performances and wrote and starred in the film Vedanta Desika. Now he arranges religious tours also. Dr. Venkatesh, a professional doctor is a disciple of Dr. Sri. U.Ve Karunakarachariar Swamy and Brahmasri Subramanya Sastrigal, Kumbakonam, has been giving upanyasams in Sri Vaishnava sampradaya and various allied subjects with special references to stories from Upanishads in many popular Indian T.V channels like Star Vijay, Jaya, Polimar and Podigai as well in many sabhas across India. He has been awarded many different titles that includes Viruvurai Vendhan, Acharya Ramanuja Vipradasan, Pravachana Tilakam, Pravachana Vidyadhara and the youngest ever recipient of the Vaishnava Ratna award at 24 years. At present I am listening to his pravachanam on Vishnu Sahasranama stories pertaining to each Nama of Vishnu Sahasranama.