TSV Hari began writing almost immediately after learning to walk.
A jibe from his father TVS Giri about Lord Tennyson writing an award-winning poem at the tender age of five was enough to spur Hari to write.
Since then, writing has remained his passion and for quite sometime, his main means of sustenance.
His essays on Hinduism have appeared all over the globe.
A chance development in one of the websites that carried short stories written by him suddenly yanked off the rich database of his work suddenly.
Therupon, continued goading and encouragement by, from and of friends, resulted in his decision to start his own website.
TSV Hari is one of the founders of Giri Trading Agency Private Limited and has edited many books apart from writing plays, essays, short stories, poems and so on.
Though he has cut off all relationships with the company now, being born as the eldest in the family, he occasionally visits the company's offices occasionally.
TSV Hari's articles, film reviews and short stories have been published by www.google.com; www.yahoo.com; www.rediff.com; www.ndtv.com, www.zine5.com, www.hindustantimes.com, www.indiatimes.com, www.thehindu.com, www.sify.com and www.sulekha.com - to name just a few.
His opinions and essays have been carried by numerous newspapers, periodicals and websites.
On a given day, a simple google search of TSV Hari nets over 200,000 enries.
A regular contributor to Thuglak magazine under he pseudonymn Venkat, his by-line was recently spotted in the Tamil periodical Kalki.