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Blog It Forward – Jyoti Prakash

Dell Stinnett blogged forward to me. Thanks Dell for that. And serious apologies for the delay in honoring the same.

For those of you who are not familiar with Moshe Naveh’s challenge, you can read about it here. Or you can follow the trend #BIF on twitter. Frankly, it’s nice tempting and innovative initiative. Thanks! Moshe.

I’m, Jyoti Prakash from a country which is seventh-largest by area with many cultures thriving among over 1.2 billion people.

Yes, that’s INDIA.


I grew up in different parts of India. All credit goes due to my father’s profession, as he being a defense personal. Due to that, every second year, we were in new place with new people. And my subsequent, even my professional life spread across India. But, this gave me an opportunity to be part of different culture, religion, tradition, food & language.

I first can in association with software in 1994 starting with DOS & BASIC along with my first personal Sony Walkman. Below timeline will brief you about my other personal milestones.


In current company, I am working with some wonderful & energetic people. My role involves working as functional consultant for Order Management, Aftermarket and Distribution

I love to

  • Travelling(off course! I never traveled outside India)
  • Play around with Microsoft Excel & Strategic games like Edios Interactive Commando (Green Beret) Series & Microsoft Studios’ Age of Empire Series.
  • Reading books both fictional and non fictional
  • Listening music(Mostly bollywood)

But, most of them are activities of past. Why?

As, now, my most of the time at home is spend with and around my son, Nathan. His energy level & stamina is inspiration for me. I really love the way this 19 months old boy explores & play around with things.


In result, I’m trying to shade out little weight. In fact, I lost 22 pounds in 6 months. Wish to continue the same.

Below are my answers for 3 Questions asked by Dell.

a. What 5 things do you absolutely want to achieve in life?

  1. @SCN: want to don role as SAP Mentor
  2. As part SAP career, definitely want to be Manager for end to end SAP implementation.
  3. From family point view, I would like to encourage, aspire & providing foundation to my child/children to be Global Citizen.
  4. Socially want to take greater initiative and be part of global movement for Global Warming.
  5. I would want to write, direct & produce an animation documentary.

b. If you could be a super hero (or are in your spare time) who would you be?

Hmm… Interesting!!! This made me think really hard…As there many real life heroes to follow. But comic super hero?

So what I did is I took an online superhero questionnaire to know to which Super Hero my personally matches. In that process I get this:

What I
understood form above that u want to do lot of thing also u want write a
lot…but if u  focus on one thing then it
will be better means if u want to wr4ite about ur relationship with ur father
or how ur father job impacted in your life…..(If you could be a super hero (or
are in your spare time) who would you be?)
lets do it in simple way…

U write both
of the story ..then we will make which one is better…

Green Lantern.png

And I will go with it. So,

In brightest day, in blackest night,
Despite our shape, our size, our height,
We’re birds who walk, which isn’t right,
But starting now, we will take flight!

c. What was the most fun project you ever participated in and why?

I’m fortunate to be associated with some good people and project.

But, nearest to my heart is my assignment & association @SAP India during 2008-09,where I was member pre-sales SAP consulting team for public sector.

  • Privileged to work along with some renowned name’s in SAP, (but, unsung on SCN) like, Srinivas Kolluru, Yogesh Seth, Anupam Garg, Ripu Daman Singh, Santunu Chatterjee & Rajiv Jain.
  • Got real expose to cross functional role.
  • Continuous hunger to learn more and every day.
  • Mindset & work attitude for gearing & replicating to achieve something BIG.

Blog it Forward

I like to forward this to:

G Lakshmipathi, who is my idol in SCN and simply genius.

Ivano Raimondi, who one best contributor in SAP SD Billing topics space. To refer to him, definitely, he would propose the best solution possible

Anupam Kumar

Questions I’d like that I Blog it Forward to answer:

  1. If you could be a super hero(frictional) who would you be?
  2. If you have spare time, what 3 activities you do (other than being on SCN)?
  3. What was the most fun project you ever participated in and why?
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  • Great blog, good to know you a little more.

    you had lost weight after the birth of your son.... this was different with me, we both gained weight during pregnancy, but only my wife  lost it again.

    • Jürgen

      Thanks for your comments & appreciation. Frankly, that was your Blog to Forward which inspire me to post and share little about me.

      Weight loss! 😆 In fact, I started pretty late than my wife's post pregnancy. That is only after Nathan started walking. Secret? Apart from our regular exercise. Kid keep us of engage & running. So, hardly able to sit at one place at home.

      Best Regards, JP

  • Hi Jyoti, and welcome to the #BIF.   What a wonderful initiative started by xMoshe Naveh (Old Acct)!

    I once took a superhero quiz, and I was also the Green Lantern, but I didn't like that (I thought he was lame) so I kept taking the quiz.  Maybe I should try again, with a more open mind.

    Love Nathan - he looks like a sweetie.

    And congrats on the weight loss - it's a very hard thing to do - especially when you have 5 great things that you want to accomplish.  Keep up the good work!

  • Jyoti,

    With this great blog, I just got to know you better. Congratulations on your weight loss!

    Nathan is very cute.



    • Kumud

      Hmm!!! Frankly, I expected more as comment from you. 😎 Congr8s for becoming one of elite SAP Mentors. All the best.

      Thanks, JP

  • Its really makes me proud, to be the part of your this eventful journey, since 2005. Its been pleasure reading your blog & provide great inspiration, which you always have been for me 🙂

  • Dear JP,

    First, let me thank you for writing such a nice blog where we came to know who is JP 🙂

    I really loved your blog. Especially, on your timeline.. Its a brilliant idea..Each and every line is so clear and apt. Good to hear that you lost the weight.

    All the best for your future endeavors and I wish your dream comes true soon (project manager for an end to end SAP implementation)

    Regards, Sai Krishna.

    • Sai,

      Photo of your kid is so...sweet.

      Your energy & patience is commendable for taking out time and contributing in SCN. Thanks a lot for your comments & wishes.

      Best Wishes, JP

  • The way you presented the blog is excellent and my advance congratulations to become a Project Manager. 😆 .   In my current project, I am tied up with lot of issues, grooming junior resources and due to this, not able to concentrate much in SCN and hence, your blog has missed my attention to comment immediately.  Since you have tagged me also here to BIF, not sure, when I will be in a position to present fairly, if not as like you have presented due to lack of time as stated above.  Surely, will try to post before this week end.


    G. Lakshmipathi

    • Dear Sir

      Thanks for your wishs and comments.

      I know you might be busy as always. Frankly, I got invite for BIF from Dell in Sept'12. Only now I'm able to honor that. Where I would say, "better late then never". Will be eagerly waiting for your BIF.

      Best Wishes, JP

  • Dear JP

    Thank you for sharing something that we didnt knwo before. Good to know that you have been in SAP since end of 2004. You are one of most senior members in SD forum and I wish you good luck for your project management and keep posting in SD forums.


    • MoazzaM

      A special thanks for encouraging Lakshmipathi Sir for the BIF. I too will be eagerly waiting for that.

      Thanks for your comments & wishes.

      Best Wishes, JP

  • Dear JP,

    Really I dont have words to describe about you .I can say ,your Blog has given some kind of Energy to me ( Very Nice ).Actually , I have seen just now and read totally about it .

    Thanks a lot for sharing your personal things and also your son is very&very nice .Advance all the Best from my side to wish you a Project Manager soon.

    Note : " Please spend more time with your son to get more & more happy from him " and one more thing is try to increase  your weight .



  • What a great blog and such a nice picture of little Nathan!

    It was surprising to learn that we not only share the same initials 🙂 but also a passion for startegy games. Although I prefer less military games, such as classic Civilization.

    Congrats on the weight loss, it must be difficult with all the delicious Indian food there to tempt you. 🙂

    Thank you for sharing.

    • Jelena,

      First of all, congratulation on becoming SAP Mentor.

      Yeah, it is surprising for me too, that we share same initials . Frankly, I never observe that same before. So, which sort of strategy games you follow?

      Weight loss! Yes, you are right resisting...Indian cuisine is not that easy. In fact, the people know me well. They call me "foodie" and they know my temptation for good food. But, that is becoming history now. 😉

      Even it was nice to know you from your BIF


      Best Wishes, JP

  • So cool!  I enjoyed your timeline (very creative), congratulations on your weight loss, thank you for sharing the great picture of Nathan 😉

    Loved the super hero quiz.  I love Batman, but the quiz says I'm like Super Man:

    Your results:
    You are Superman

    Green Lantern
    Wonder Woman
    Iron Man
    The Flash
    You are mild-mannered, good,
    strong and you love to help others.

    Click here to take the "Which Superhero are you?" quiz...

    • Tammy

      Thanks 🙂 for comments and trying out Superhero quiz.

      You are true "Mentor".

      Frankly, I was eagerly waiting for your comments. In my opinion, your & Susan comments are encouraging and main reason for success Moshe's initiative BIF. It is privilege to have your comments on my BIF.


      Best Regards, JP

  • Hi Jyoti,

    Welcome to Blog it forward. Great blog, and awesome picture, Congratulations on your weight loss!  🙂

    Thanks for the superhero questionnaire link. 😀



  • Dear Jyoti Prakash,

    It's really great to know about you. I am surprised that you still remember what you have done 20 years back and what you used 😯 . The table representation with all your accessories, educational details and experience details are really appreciated.

    Most of your answers are straight forward and very useful.

    You baby is so cute and cap is looking nice 🙂 .

    I wanted to work with some people in my life time and you are one among them.



    • Narasimhulu

      20 Years! 😯

      Yeah! Seriously, I never realised that my timeline is close to 20 Years.

      Well, each milestone is close to my heart. They had their own challenges and initial hiccups,  but, wonderful memory & journey to relish. Whether it to own 1st personal portable music player to each assignment I took up as SAP Professional.

      Well, as one of my previous Manager said in his farewell speech, "SAP it's a small world after all. Anytime we can cross each other."

      So, lets keep our hopes high.

      Thanks for your comments.

      Best Wishes, JP

  • Dear JP sir,

    Amazing information about you, specially inspired the timescale you shown 🙂

    You son is cute; God Bless!!

    May all your five wish to come true soon, Enjoy!!



  • Hi Jyoti,

    Nice Blog and its good to know you through BIF.

    Your BIF has some distinct points or rather I would say some unique points, like first time I can see our National Flag in any of the BIF, Thanks for that, then you have used stats to show your Time line which is again unique and awesome.

    Enjoyed reading you BIF.

    Keep up the Good Work. 🙂

    Best of Luck. 🙂



  • Hello JP,

    Great blog. Excellent presentation. Nice to know about you more.used to see more  answers to treads.but nowadays which seems to came down I think may be other activities likr Moderator job .

    thanks for sharing.


  • Hi JP,

    Your Blog is simply superb, Your Idealogy in the presentation is really tremendous,.,.,.

    you can explore more about your professional experience,so others can learn from your experience.



  • Hi Jyothi,

    Jai Hind! I love the flag very very very much!

    Good Day! 🙂

    Thank you so much for sharing about you and your experience. It was very interesting and different to read you BIF. Keep up the good work. Thanks for sharing exceptional blog. Keep rocking and sharing new innovation and ideas. I love to read your blogs and happy to comment it.

    Have a Wonderful day!



    Hari Suseelan

  • Hi JP,

        Nicely written blog and good to know more about you. But you didnt mention about your native or your current location!

        I would like to thank you for your wonderful support to us and the contribution SCN. Expecting the same in future!!



    • you didnt mention about your native or your current location!

      In fact, I deliberately did that. If you look for me on any of the Social Networking site, you will come to know about me little more.

      Frankly, I prefer being know as an Indian, courtesy to my defense background. From childhood we were never encourage differentiated ourselves based on religion & state. But, obviously my mother tongue is not "Hindi" or "English".

      Thanks for your comments.

      Best Wishes,


  • Hi Jaya prakash,

    last Friday on words am a big fan of you, you gave me a best knowledge to me, i met u (25.07.2014: 4pm ), if u remember me i fell very happy.



  • Hey JP,

    Nice blog and well written. Good to know you traveled so much and enjoyed. I too love travelling but now caught in same situation as you are being a father.

    May be you can share some tips on howto loose weight quickly.

    Cute kiddos pics !

    Jai Hind,


    • Hi Naveen,

      Thanks for your comments.

      In 2008-09, even I was staying "Sector 5, Vaishali, Ghaziabad" during my project in Delhi.

      Your little Angel is so... sweet. God bless him with health and happiness.

      Thanks & Regards, JP

  • Hello Jyoti,

    I arrived here following your other blog posts. I work with Mr. Ivano Raimondi who is now leaving Product Support to be a SAP Consultant. Feel free to visit my BIF as well.

    Best Regards,
    Christian Rosa

  • Hi JP Sir,

    Your blog gives much energy and boosting after I have gone through your article which I don't know yet. moreover the way you presented and explained in detail about your carrier and achievements is a very motivational thing to all human being.

    In every one life, We think to get the best life but we can get best of the best, I sure you already got the Best life by your hard work, kindness, hunger in learning.....


    • Thanks Venu for such nice kind words. Yes, I totally believe in continuous learning and eager to learn something new every day. Be it personal or professional, related or unrelated.

      Keep learning, keep smiling. Take care.