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Head in the Clouds My Adventures in the Air force and Life Beyond…

Author Name: Vandana Rao Pandit | Format: Paperback | Genre : Biographies & Autobiographies | Other Details

Head in the Clouds is an attempt to try and capture the author’s early years as a child of the Indian Air Force, right up until she stepped into adult life. It’s her journey of various cultures, people, places, habits, incidents and the lessons learned along the way.

From the carefree and adventure-filled days of childhood, stories of family and people who influenced her greatly to the present day where she continues to learn life’s lessons along with laughter and positivity which are her cheerleaders and never tiring companions. This is also an ode to the amazing women and men in her life who spurred her on and continue to do so to this day. 

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Vandana Rao Pandit

Vandana Rao Pandit is a sports aficionado, a fitness enthusiast and a self-proclaimed hot-headed would-be comic who likes to take a humorous look at life despite all its challenges. She is an avid reader and fledgling writer who took the plunge into writing purely on a whim and then realized she wanted to encapsulate her life experiences for her family and friends. This was a journey of sorts for her to also discover the numerous aspects of her personality.

A Jill of all trades, yet a master of none, she likes to dabble in anything that takes her fancy. She is an entrepreneur, a badminton player and a pistol shooter. She loves to swim and lives in Bangalore. She is married to Rajiv Pandit and has two children Pranati and Nidhi.

She comes from a Saraswat, Konkani speaking family originally from Mangalore, although she has never lived there. As her father was with the Indian Air Force, she has travelled extensively all over the country before finally settling down in Bangalore. She believes in not taking herself too seriously and that self-effacing humour and positivity are her best companions.