My Favourite

Sajjan Kumar

Nikon India's MD never ceases to be amazed by the charm of Bali and Cape Town

Published 6 years ago on Aug 19, 2018 1 minute Read

Good To Great by Jim Collins has never failed to inspire me. It motivates me to strive for greater success. It’s the best management book one can read to understand the nuances of running a business. It teaches that when personal humility and professional come together, companies are bound to transition from good to great.

I enjoyed watching the Bahubali duology. It’s a visual delight and an example of our film industry’s cinematographic excellence. I also enjoy period films such as Bajirao Mastani, which take you back to that era, and movies on social causes such as Toilet Ek Prem Katha.

I have tried a variety of cuisines across the world, but nothing comforts me more than home-cooked meals. I savour kadhi-chawal and lassi and my winters are incomplete without sarso ka saag and bajre ki roti.

I enjoy tasting locally-brewed beers and wines from wherever I am traveling. But scotch is my all-time favourite drink. Scotch and single malts have a smooth texture to them, allowing an explosion of flavour with every sip.

Bali and Cape Town are two places that have always excited me. Bali is a true mix of culture, adventure and the people are very hospitable. Last time, I tried scuba diving and it was an absolutely breathtaking experience. Cape Town has its own charming natural beauty. The penguin colonies and the ostrich farms are among the most soothing experiences I have ever had.