About

Bollachettira Dhyan Appachu’s passions include his family, his pets, farming, yoga, meditation, nature and writing on issues close to his heart in his blogs https://www.aryadharma.world and https://www.artofwealth.com.

He possesses an ME in Civil Engineering from the University of Florida, with nearly 22 years of rich experience in the Global Engineering Consulting industry.

He has topped the Entrepreneurship Essentials NPTEL Course 2019 (top 2%) by IIT Kharagpur.

He is a member of American Mensa since 2000.

He is the founder of Shambhala Samathvam, a start-up focused on niche innovative solutions for Real Estate, Agriculture and Natural Living.

He was recognised with Best Employee Award in 2003 for technical achievement in PBSJ, now SNC Lavalin Atkins North America, now the world’s 3rd largest design firm.

He is a United States Parachute Association ‘A’ License holder in Skydiving in 2001.

He has passed the Pianoforte Grade 5 (Trinity College of Music, London) in 1989.

You can beat the market if you have insight, determination, patience and proper risk management.

I also offer private consultations online through webconference and can also review your portfolio and advise you on future investments.

If you would like to know more about my private consultations please contact me at https://shambhala.global/contact/.

I am not tied to any financial agency so my advise will be independent, but remember the following disclaimer:

This publication is for informational purposes only, it should not be considered Financial or Legal Advice.

Consult a financial professional before making any major financial decisions. Investments are subject to market risks and you could lose all or a significant portion of your investment.
Before you take their advice, make sure the financial professional has a significant portion of their own, and if possible also their children’s net worth, in the investments that they are recommending to you, just like I have done, and publicly displayed at Portfolio Updates.

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