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Celebrating Active Ageing

Author Name: Hari Baskaran | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

Hari Baskaran’s book, Celebrating Active Ageing, will benefit all people approaching retirement and those well past it. It advocates a lifestyle that enables health and vitality way into the seventies and eighties. The book is inspirational and encourages readers to draw up their own unique active ageing agenda with a deliberate and purposeful approach to life.

 Celebrating active ageing embraces a holistic approach to life, all aspects of which—such as physical activity, diet and nutrition, and spiritual and social engagement—are covered in a compelling and appealing way.

The narrative is light and free-flowing with emphasis on real-life experiences and developing and maintaining a sense of joy.

— “Excellent read with very interesting anecdotes and experiences. I enjoyed reading it.

This book will transfor lives.” 

—Shiny Surendran, Sports Nutritionist, Chennai

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Hari Baskaran

Hari Baskaran is a champion of active ageing at the age of 71. 

At 60, Hari took to cycling to stay fit and as a hobby. He dedicated a 250-kilometre cycle ride at the Desert 500 Ultra cycling event in 2015 to children affected by cancer, in partnership with the Indian Cancer Society, and raised funds for this noble cause.

He has also gone on many treks in the Himalayas, including one to a height of 5000 metres in Himachal Pradesh in 2016. He has written four books, the last of which was a popular book on the Anglo-Indian community, ‘These bloomin’ Anglos,’ which he published in 2018. 

In January 2019, at 70, Hari went on a cyclothon to celebrate active ageing and to draw attention to the critical support needs of the elderly, in partnership with HelpAge India. He cycled from Chennai to Delhi, approximately 3000 kilometres in just under two months, to inspire senior citizens. 

Hari is an alumnus of the College of Engineering, Guindy, and the Indian Institute of Management, Bengaluru. In his illustrious career he was the Executive Director at Xerox India and the Executive Vice President at HCL Infosystems.