Anuradha Goyal

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Anuradha Goyal
Anuradha Goyal
OccupationAuthor, Traveler, Blogger
NationalityIndian
Notable works
  • Lotus in the Stone – Sacred Journeys in Eternal India
  • Ayodhya Mahatmya – Glory of Ayodhya
  • Unusual Temples of India
  • The Mouse Charmers – Digital Pioneers of India
Notable awards
  • Digital Innovation Award, 2014
  • Best digital content award at Digital Women Award, 2015
  • Pt Deen Dayal Upadhaya Award for Reengineering India, 2020
Website
www.anuradhagoyal.com

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Anuradha Goyal is an Indian author, traveler and Columnist. She is known for her books Lotus in the Stone, Ayodhya Mahatmya and Unusual Temples of India. She started her professional life as Innovation Resercher in Information technology but inspired by her travel experiences across India and abroad she became a travel blogger and author.[1]

Career[edit]

IT Professional[edit]

She has worked in the Information Technology industry as leader and researcher in Innovation initiatives, She has published many papers and a book[2] on innovation, including co-authoring an India Innovates series for CII. She still studies, speaks, and writes about Innovation and often consults in this domain, which includes being judge in business ideas contests.

Author[edit]

She has written 6 books until now in English, Hindi and Marathi language. Her most popular create till date has been Lotus in the Stone and latest edition is Ayodhya Mahatmya – Glory of Ayodhya. Not only in Travel and Culture but she has written on the domain of Innovation in IT, her Book The Mouse Charmers – Digital Pioneers of India (2014)[3] is all about Innovative Ideas who made it big in the market and how their thoughts and Ideas made an impact in Indian Market.

Blogger and Columnist[edit]

She has been writing actively on her Blog IndiTales[4] which is available in English and Hindi about her travel experiences across India. Her blog is very popular in both languages. She also uses her official website Anuradha Goyal to write book reviews.

As a columnist she has written many articles for New Indian Express[5] on her niche of IT and Travel.

Awards and recognition[edit]

  • Digital Innovation Award 2014
  • Best digital content award at Digital Women Award in 2015.
  • Outlook Traveler nominated IndiTales in the best travel blog category.
  • Pt Deen Dayal Upadhaya Award for Reengineering India 2020

Books and Papers[edit]

Travel and Temple[edit]

  • Lotus in the Stone – Sacred Journeys in Eternal India (2020), English
  • Unusual Temples of India (2020), English
  • Bharat Ke Anokhe Mandir (2020), Hindi

IT and Innovation[edit]

  • Bharatiya Udyogatil Online Idols (2017), Marathi
  • The Mouse Charmers – Digital Pioneers of India (2014, English

Research Peper Publication[edit]

Media Mentions and References[6][edit]

References[edit]

  1. ""About Anuradha Goyal"".
  2. "publications".
  3. "Penguin India".
  4. "IndiTales - Top Travel Blog India".
  5. "Anuradha Goyal Columns".
  6. "Media Mentions".

References[edit]


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