Our name is derived from the Latin word eXperientia, literally meaning learning through experience.

Our award-winning, copyright experiential formats create unique micro – worlds which address critical behavioural competencies in a ‘real world’ setting.
Our passion for creating learning environments draws strongly from media like theatre, adventure and the performing arts – we design business simulations using a wide variety of contexts.

We Believe in the immense potential of humans and endeavour to leverage it to the fullest.



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About us

Anand ‘Mavrik’ Upadhyay

The experiential learning ‘bug’ bit him during his early post qualification years in New Zealand, working with the Maori Development Authority; a quasi Govt. body involved in upskilling the Maoris and bringing them into mainstream NZ society.

A keen 4WD rally driver, he thrives on exploring uncharted territories – literally and figuratively speaking. Influenced by Peter Senge’s work (co-facilitated with him) among others, his worldview draws strongly from the learning organization model.

Believes in the unlimited potential of humans to build a productive, safe and joyful world for themselves and others. His workshops reflect this belief.

Anamika ‘Mermaid’ Dutt Anand

Anamika ‘stumbled’ upon experiential learning in a workshop she attended and saw the power of this methodology first hand.

A voracious reader and an avid traveller, she loves experiencing new cultures and perspectives. Always keen to help people, it was a natural progression for her to get certified as a counsellor from TISS. Working with people energizes her, especially in ‘eco-green’ environments.

Anand and Anamika are supported by an eighteen-member team of experienced facilitators and
subject matter experts from the field of theatre, adventure, music and films.

Our Clients

We work in a diverse environment. This means that we interact with people from different social and cultural backgrounds on a daily basis. Thus diversity is a mean for organizational growth, an influx of ideas and the amalgamation of best working practices. This plethora of cultures and ideals leads to a more sustainable model for...

  • 19 Sep, 2016
  • urvi

Experiential learning can be defined as a method of learning through first-hand experiences.  For students, the Skills, knowledge and attitudes required to succeed in today’s dynamic world are acquired outside of the traditional academic classroom setting and may include social projects, field research and service-learning projects. For working professionals, these gains are acquired through structured...

  • 19 Sep, 2016
  • urvi

“People grow through experience if they meet life honestly and courageously. This is how character is built” – Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962) DNA is the basic building block of any organism. It is a script, which often results in different interpretations by different cells of the organization. These interpretations are determined to a large extent by...

  • 16 Jan, 2019
  • urvi
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