Hi, I’m Krishna Mehra (linkedin, angelist). Thanks for visiting my blog.

I am an entrepreneur based in the city of Bangalore, and my company, Capillary Technologies (@capillarytech), provides intelligent customer engagement solutions to retailers around the world. I used to work earlier at Microsoft Research India, where I was working on new ways to “right” software through verification, collaboration, and search. I also help out in my family business of book distribution (Mehras Books) and publish books under the imprint of Alchemy Publishers.

I am a food lover and have been helping my Aunt, Anju Chugh to setup her kitchen in the Bay Area. Check it out.

Apart from entrepreneurship, I *♥* technology, business, conversations, experiences, books, music, theater, coffee and people and frequently write about my experiences here.

As they wrote:

  • I often quote myself; it adds spice to my conversation. — G. B. Shaw
  • Building my work, I build myself. — Paul Valéry
  • Thought tends to collect in pools. — Wallace Stevens

6 Responses to About

  1. Krishna says:

    I liked your FUD tactics theory, though never knew earlier. Found blog thru barcamp blore mail lists. Phelps’s blog post is too good. Though not exaggerating , your blogposts flares me up.

  2. Rakesh says:

    Would you be open to write on our venture blog, vcbytes.com we are looking vivid contributors liken you


  3. itsme says:

    Hi Krishna Mehra,

    I believe we met at a talk I gave on mobile and wireless security. I don’t remember it well. It was a few years ago. I sometimes visit your blog kpowerinfinity and find it useful.

    My book was released online recently at Amazon.com. The entire project took about a year—four months of research and the rest for writing and editing.

    Titled “The Infinite Bit: An Inside Story of Digital Technology,” it attempts to introduce complex technology in simple language. I expect even common people with no background in engineering to benefit from this book.

    More details at http://theinfinitebit.wordpress.com/

    Read. Enjoy. Recommend to others.

    Good luck with Capillary. The website is impressive.

    Best Regards,
    Arvind Padmanabhan

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  5. Niyaz Shaikh says:


    Do you invest in starting any business? I have ideas and want to convert into business. Please let me know if we can discuss further. I am from Bangalore.


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