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HemaVasu (Hemalatha & Srinivasu Chakravarthula) got together on the auspicious day of 24th June, 2011. Hema is a commerce graduate, passionate about travel, stories, movies and trying out cooking new dishes. Vasu is an Accessibility enthusiast – working in the inclusion space to create an inclusive digital experiences. HemaVasu are Founders of ServeOM Inclusion

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Ugadi wishes

Hello everyone, Ugadi is first day of the new year as per Telugu calendar and it’s also new year for a few more states in India such as Karnataka, Maharastra etc., Upcoming year that starts tomorrow is known as Jaya. A little info on how we celebrate this festival. At Injaram performs a grand celebrations… Continue Reading Ugadi wishes

So glad to meet such a lovely and caring people in Phoenix, AZ, USA

During my business trip to San Jose, I decided to fly over to Phoenix, AZ and see my brother Chi. Vinayaka Sarma, who happens to go through a lot of issues with health. He has been, over the last 10 months hospitalized for almost 4 or more times. Guess what, among our family, my brother… Continue Reading So glad to meet such a lovely and caring people in Phoenix, AZ, USA

A joyful trip to Kanyakumari and Trivendrum

Earlier this month, we got to know about the Access India Convention, a meet up of visually impaired people, who are members of the Access India mailing list and we have planned to along with another couple, Kameshwari Kiran Kumar, who are good friends to us. We have booked our tickets and there our excitement… Continue Reading A joyful trip to Kanyakumari and Trivendrum

Raichur to Tanuku and back!! – our first Deepavali!

Ok guys, we are here again with updating you some news and how we spent our first Deepavali! During mid October, we had a visit (unfortunately, not a very pleasant except the main event we went for) to Raichur. Oh! The climate was absolutely worse! (but yes, better than Chennai weather during May!!). Anyway, we… Continue Reading Raichur to Tanuku and back!! – our first Deepavali!

Our vision

It’s been long time, we have been trying to work with different organizations and individuals to see if we can partner with them to run an accessibility business; yes, business, we don’t believe accessibility as a charity activity and in fact, clients do get benefit from business prospective. Two such attempts have been failed and… Continue Reading Our vision

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