Shribala

Shribala

Welcome to the WORLD of SHRIBALA AN AUTHOR A CHEF A VIOLINIST

ABOUT SHRI BALA

Shri bala is finance professional with professional degrees in accountancy, company law and general law.  She has worked in several industries, of course! IT segment.  One of her favorite pastime hobby was to discuss World History and Indian Independence with her father.  Her current hobbies include art and craft, cooking different styles of cuisine with her family and her lorry full of friends left with no option but to be her ‘guinea pigs’.  An ardent fan of carnatic music, she was the ‘twelfth man’ accompanist along with her brother to their mother the ‘man of the match’ whose pitch was A - 6 ‘kattai’, this would leave her breathless in several household functions.  So she dutifully quit signing to let her mother be in peace and started playing the violin instead. She still has the audacity to torment her violin tutor who puts up with her during the weekends week after week.

Dreaming and imagining stories caught her during her college days when she had the luxury of free time to read several fictions.  They had to be sleeping partners (commercial term) in crime while she was perusing her professional degrees specially Chartered Accountancy when she had to ‘move a mountain to catch a rat’.  She was quenching her thirst by participating and scripting the skits for her office cultural events.  However partners in crime wouldn't leave her alone and became ‘law of dominance’ in the year 2010. Her head with the brain of a fruit fly was about to explode, she then garnered the courage to discuss this with her friend who encouraged her to pen it down.   Y?me was born thus.

She lives with her Architect husband and two school going brats called daughters in Chennai where she is currently employed

More About SHRI BALA

Shri bala and Her husband practice a technique called your food your medicine. The entire family – the couple and children do not consume any medicine instead regulate/correct their aliment through their food. As a part of this practice her article on how a one pot meal can help women regulate their Polycystic Ovary disease was published in Better Kitchen in their April- May 2016 edition.She is in the process of releasing a cookbook based on the above concept - your food your medicine.

  • CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
  • COMPANY SECRETARY
  • LAW GRADUATE
  • AUTHOR
  • CHEF
  • VIOLINIST