About

Nikhil Kamath, a Delhi-born Mangalorean is a true Delhiite at heart and is passionate about food and music. He is currently pursuing Chartered Accountancy. He loves to explore new restaurants across various cities he gets to visit. As a Blogger, Nikhil writes about the various restaurants he visits on his food blog. He is also a guitarist and loves to listen to bands and artists like Guns n’ Roses, Korn, Slipknot, Sia, Backstreet Boys, Nucleya, Mohammad Rafi, Kishore Kumar etc.

As an avid reader, Nikhil loves to read romance novels, thrillers, comics etc. and is a huge fan of the Harry Potter series. In his free time he loves to bake, watch TV series like F.R.I.E.N.D.S, How I Met Your Mother, Sherlock etc. and movies like Star Wars, Harry Potter, and The Dark Knight Trilogy etc.  He loves to collect fandom merchandise and Happy Meal toys from McDonald’s.

Apart from this, Nikhil is a trained in Life Skills Education and loves to guide students through the problems they face. He has worked on various programmes like “Every Drop Counts” with CineArt, Aqua Foundation and PVR Nest, “Project Ex: School based Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation Programme” conducted by HRIDAY in collaboration with University of Southern California, USA. Nikhil loves to meet new people, interacting with them and knowing their stories. Currently Nikhil is also working on a venture called 10+2 Eggheads with his friends which focuses on writing poems, short stories and micro-tales.

 

You can follow him on:

Instagram: @nikhil.kamath20

Snapchat: @nikhil.kamath20

Twitter: @nikhil2096

Blog: nikhilkamathblog.wordpress.com

 

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