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A Pursuit of Dreams in the Culinary World: Ajai Sharma’s Story

Proud author of ‘Culinary Epic of Jeddah’, Chef Ajai Sharma shares his story of never giving up on your dreams despite all the hurdles that come your way.

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In a family of doctors and engineers, teachers and other “noble” professions, Ajai’s career choice of hotel management wasn’t up to par. Born in Meerut, UP, Ajai did his schooling in Kendriya Vidyalaya till 2007. His family shifted to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia after that. This is where he spent most of his childhood.

Ajai didn’t always dream of becoming a renowned chef. His childhood dream was becoming a cardio surgeon. It was in 2010, when he watched Master Chef India, that he was mesmerized by the chef’s coat and everything that comes along with it. And this was the beginning of his pursuit of dreams.

While Ajai had the full support of his parents, school and people around weren’t the best. His unconventional career choice led to people laughing at him. Not being very good academically, young Ajai ws asked to repeat 12th grade; people had given up on him. “Is ladke se kuch nahi hoga” (This boy will not be able to do anything.) were the words of his principal.

Sure, the words were demotivating, but his parents’ constant support helped him get through it. Soon his search for the best hotel management colleges began. Manipal seemed to be the best option and within four years, he attained his degree in Hotel Management from ITC Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration.  

But months before graduating, Ajai Sharma had already reached some level of success with his viral video on ‘Badam Milk’ which has now become his trademark. His learning personality didn’t let the success get to his head and he continued his journey. Combining his passion for culinary art and travel, he soon published his debut book, ‘The Culinary Epic of Jeddah’ which explored the rich culture and history of the culinary world of Jeddah. The book was well-appreciated by the culinary community, including the experts.

He was supposed to join one of the best colleges – Culinary Institute of America in 2018. But after having his visa rejected multiple times, he had to wait till 2019. Despite all obstacles, he got in because he never gave up on his dreams. But the struggle continues. Working hard to get his associate degree in Culinary Arts Program, he was supposed to finish this by December’20. The pandemic has pushed it to 2021 with no certainty of when and how he’s going to complete his degree.

But he has a dream of becoming one of the top contributors in the culinary world; And on this journey of turning dreams into reality, Ajai Sharma continues to work hard and smart. A traveller by nature, Ajai Sharma has had the opportunity to work with popular brands like Hyatt, Taj Palace in Mumbai, Hilton etc. He is also now a proud host of a podcast show, ‘Bite in with Bawarchi’ that revolves around the hospitality industry featuring foodies, chefs and other people from the industry.  

All through his journey, he shares the lesson of following your dreams. It’s okay if you have to stand against people to do that, but with the right attitude – learning – one can achieve success. His two cents of advice for all young aspirants in the culinary industry is to be fearless in cooking. No work is minimal – be it something as simple as peeling potatoes or clearing trash. White reaching great heights is a magnificent feeling, jumping straight to it, isn’t the way to go. Taking each step slowly and smartly is important. Yes, it will take time, but you will have the knowledge and experience which no one can take from you. And Ajai Sharma’s journey till now proves this.  

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Life Through Multiple Lenses: Photography Of The Lands

Bringing you photography that will leave you stunned and in amazement. These photographers are a must check out!

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All of us view the world differently. There are as many perspectives as there are people on the planet. Photography has made it easier to view these myriad perspectives. Photography, which is now universal, has proved to be our best friend. It had given us the gift of capturing memories, and somehow making it tangible, a living proof. The eyes behind the camera lenses bring out unique essence and elements of whatever they capture.

All photographers are obviously not the same. While some photograph landscapes and the nature, others photograph portraits, humans, city, emotions or inanimate objects. Nonetheless, each photograph has its own story and its own history. Here we present some traveller photographers, who bring the immersive and expansive stories of different cities and states of India!

Pratik Warkhade

The white winter landscape is serene, calm and radiates an incomprehensible beauty. Pratik Warkhade, a traveller who spends most of his time in the snowy mountains and ice covered cone trees, photographs these delightful sceneries. Apart from the snow scapes, Pratik Warkhade’s photography also captures many angles of the rocky mountains and hills, the refreshing nature of the twisted turning lands and other flat landscapes.

Credits: Instagram (Pratik Warkhade)

Vaibhav Saxena

Vaibhav Saxena, with his travel hat on, is always on a move from one city to the next, from one town to the next. His deep admiration and love for the hills and the mountains, snow, and the clouds is vivid in the photographs that he clicks. Vaibhav Saxena captures the road ahead, and his distinctive eye takes you along to the myriad places he visits.

Credits: Instagram (Vaibhav Saxena)

Jaydip Bhesaniya

Jaydip Bhesaniya, living with the motto of ‘doing what I love’, is bringing to the table unrealistic shots and captures. One will be left stunned and in awe of how Jaydip photographs these landscapes. His aerial shots are even more fascinating! The drone shots have a certain ‘Jaydip Bhesaniya’ perspective to them, delivering a distinct angle, which definitely feels like that particular space got more to speak about itself now.

Credits: Instagram (Jaydip Bhesaniya)

Sanket Joshi

Do you want to visit Mumbai right at this moment? Sanket Joshi got you covered! A photographer by heart, Sanket Joshi captures all the colours of the city of dreams. His photography is a proof that travelling Mumbai through his eyes is an experience worth exploring. Sanket captures all the highs and lows of the urban city. His photographs are brimmed with stories, life, hopes, love and dreams. You only have to look closer.

Credits: Instagram (Sanket Joshi)

Harshit Pallav

The next city photographer that you have to check out is Harshit Pallav. Majorly photographing Varanasi, Patna and Delhi, he’s proved his eye for capturing the liveliness of the cities. Varanasi, one of the many sacred cities of India, is always bustling with rituals, laughters and prayers. Harshit Pallav’s camera captures this vivacity and vigour with passion. Many of his drone shots depict how alive the city of Varanasi is.

Credits: Instagram (Harshit Pallav)

Aarohan Tiwari

Aarohan Tiwari captures the vitality and vibrance of the cities and its people with his camera. He has got the eyes for the multitude of stories of the urban spaces and how multiple lives unfold amidst these roads and walls. His photography captures all the colours these cities have to offer.

Credits: Instagram (Aarohan Tiwari)

Shantha Kumar

Shantha Kumar is a photographer, a filmmaker and a colourist. Drone shots are his forte. He captures beaches, cities, monuments, buildings and people from a distance, and brings their stories to us. Shantha Kumar’s aerial photographs flow with a density which is stunning to look at!

Credits: Instagram (Shantha Kumar N)
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Photographers Changing The Way We See The World

A set of talented photographers who have created an impact through their sheer skills of capturing world in frames.

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Photography, Rohit Sharma, Rishi Raj, Sidhhart Joshi, Zaid Salman

Photography is a way to capture an instant in a frame for a long time. A way to show the world, the way you see it. While the world fleets, pictures remain stagnant and constant in the revolving world. Preserving the beauty of Indian culture, architecture, people and the triviality of life. We present some of the photographers who have been making a difference and encouraging the community by making it more accessible and easy to learn.  A set of photographs representing the cultural beauty and various landscapes around the country. 

Rishi Raj 

Captured in a dynamic stillness forever, the beauty of a dancer and their movements is accentuated by Rishi. Through lenses, he takes different forms of dancers mostly traditional classical ones. The expressions depicted in these pictures show authenticity and passion towards dancing. Rishi often uses nature’s scenic background showing a contrasting change. Rishi’s photography is appealing to the eyes beautifully showing the movements in their attire. The way he edits the picture, keeping the photos dancer centric captivates you and lets you for once embrace the beauty dance depicts. He himself being a Bharatnatyam dancer aces at showing his skills as well as presenting more perspectival dancers through his photography.  

Credits: Instagram (Rishi Raj)
Credits: Instagram (Rishi Raj)
Credits: Instagram (Rishi Raj)
Credits: Instagram (Rishi Raj)

Siddhartha Joshi 

Beauty lies in the lenses of the beholder, Siddhartha Joshi definitely proves it. Exploring the world around him as a travel blogger, he presents different locations around India. Dealing with the cultural, festive, architecture, people and seasons, he’s got everything to represent and present the diversity that India holds. Joshi’s reels on Instagram paired with beautiful audio are a treat to the eyes with clarity and shows the way he sees the world and allows us to have a glance at it. 

Credits: Instagram (Siddhartha Joshi)
Credits: Instagram (Siddhartha Joshi)
Credits: Instagram (Siddhartha Joshi)
Credits: Instagram (Siddhartha Joshi)

Zaid  Salman 

Salman goes by the name ‘yourworldmylens’ on Instagram, an apt title for the work he does. His absolutely innovative techniques to capture the scenic beauty leave you awe-struck. The technique and creativity he uses to show the world through reflections and hoops with a little help from editing. Make the real-world look unrealistic and dream-like. Showing the different appreciated architecture of India, there is so much diversity to divert our vision and see the world through his portrayal and photography. Covering almost all the well-known tourist locations in India, he manages to show the dynamic beauty that history has bestowed upon us. A commendable photographer with a skill set, one should definitely learn from. 

Credits: Instagram (Zaid Salman)
Credits: Instagram (Zaid Salman)
Credits: Instagram (Zaid Salman)
Credits: Instagram (Zaid Salman)

Rohit Sharma 

Rohit Sharma’s photography is simplistic and clean if put in words. His work shows his sheer skills to click a motion and freeze in a frame for the rest of time for the world to see. Showing some beautiful silhouette pictures of scenic farm locations to coins, he delivers a varied range of photo sets for his Instagram feed. Sharma indulges in object photography where his photos are centric on various articles like electronic gadgets. His feeds remain dominant with the dusk or dawn pictures, with beautiful sun rays cascading down or retreating. 

Credits: Instagram (Rohit Sharma)
Credits: Instagram (Rohit Sharma)
Credits: Instagram (Rohit Sharma)
Credits: Instagram (Rohit Sharma)
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Reminisce First Love Through These Musical  Artists Again 

A song is capable of unintentionally forcing you to take a sweet trip back to memory lane and relive and cherish the memories again.

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Musical, song, Ashu Shukla

Conveying a story and memory through a song has always been so much easier. Music and Lyrics composition when combined can create a piece so beautiful that hits home and makes you feel the right things. Being in love for the first time is such an intimate experience that creates one of the core memories of growing up. We take you back in time with these songs especially dealing with first love and feelings in such an intricate way. Presenting a set of emerging musicians and singers who have done a phenomenal job producing these beautiful pieces. 

Noor – Ashu Shukla 

Noor is a song to inspire pure feeling and portrayal of those through music and video. Ashu Shukla‘s voice paired with the light instrument is soothing to the ears. The lyrical details present in the song makes the music so familiar as if all feeling were noted down and presented in front of you. Shukla’s song is gentle with various combined references, the lyrical beauty takes over and presents a memory of us being in love for the first time right in front of us. A melody you’ll find humming while reminiscing the old days. 

Credits: YouTube Ashu Shukla

Kaise Batau- Anirudh Nimkar 

Nimkar is so gentle with his words while conveying the sweet questioning letter to someone in form of a song. The composition and lyrics of the song remind you and takes you back to your days of being in love. Nimkar’s flickering-like music is a blessing to the ears with the piece and instrument used. The sole focus remaining in his voice depicts storytelling and a provocative imagination that it lets you feel. Songs like Kaise Batau take you back and makes you reminisce about the good old days by just listening to the piece once. 

Credits:YouTube Anirudh Nimkar

Parwaah-  Vishal R. Tandon 

A sweet song backed with soothing vocals which leave you mesmerized and wanting for more. Tandon’s voice is filled with a sweet embrace of describing a mutual feeling of having someone. The act of caring and reliance flows through the entirety of the song and is so appealing to the ears. The music is upbeat at the same time synchronized so well that they remain gentler with the lyric composition. Parwah is definitely a song to groove at the same time embrace the music. 

Credits: YouTube Vishal R Tandon

Woh Jo Tha – Siddhant Kathuria 

A beautiful medley with raw vocals paired with guitar. The strings and the vocals completely take over and bring out the essence of longing and search so evidently. Wo Jo Tha is a perfect upbeat song for a momentarily feeling cherished and is not lost in a fleeting time. Kathuria’s voice appears so authentic it makes you travel back to your past and recollect memories with a desire to relive and create more. The rhythm and lyrics are so influential, they unconsciously replay in your head and you’ll definitely catch yourself humming along to the beats. 

Credits: YouTube Siddhant Kathuria
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The Undefeated Reign of Indian Classical Dance Forms

Centuries-old Indian classical dance forms, despite being intricate and difficult to master their popularity is ever-soaring.

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Classical Dance, Kathak, Odissi, Bharatnatyam, Kathakali, Dance Covers

Dance, the most lively art form in the world that requires you to imagine and experience it with your eyes wide open. A song requires some part of your body to come to life but dance requires your entire body and dedication to truly thrive. 

Indian classical dance forms have been around for centuries and are well known for their beauty, grace and strong affinity for details. Considered one of the toughest forms of dance, it can be very well distinguished from its western counterpart by focusing on the attire and intricate make-up alone. In any Indian classical dance form, be it Odissi, Kuchipudi, Kathak, or any of the other eight major Indian classical dance forms, the main focus has always been towards pleasing deities and becoming one with them or telling the tale of significant historical figures of the culture. Hand gestures and facial expressions have always been given more importance in the classical dance forms of the Indian subcontinent than in their western counterpart. And there is nothing more beautiful than seeing today’s dancers keeping the tradition alive but reinterpreting it in their own unique ways. 

The Guru Within- Shreema Upadhyaya and Aditya Sharma

Being a trained Odissi dancer of five years I can completely vouch for the tediously long hours of practice that go into perfecting each mudra (hand gesture) and bhangi (pose/ stance). One might assume the rules would be comparatively more relaxed for kids than adults, but sadly the rules of Indian classical dance forms apply to all, regardless of gender or age. The reason it stresses so much on the importance of discipline is because it tries to unite your different personalities into one by removing all distractions and letting you explore and harness each and all of your personas as and when required. 

Beautifully highlighted in the dance video, “The Guru Within”. Conceptualised and choreographed by Shreema Upadhyaya and Aditya Sharma, this dance piece was a confluence of Bharathanatyam and Kathak both being well-known for their storytelling aspect. The dance consisting of two dancers, one male and one female explored the different emotions that a dancer goes through from joy to fear until they find their groove and become one with their inner guru or teacher that guides them in their journey. 

Credits: YouTube (Shreema Upadhyaya)

Anondodhara Bohichhe- Subhaijt Khush Das

Kabiguru Rabindranath Tagore is very well-known in Indian history as a poet and freedom fighter. Being a lover of art and believing in the power of different forms of art in uniting us, it’s no wonder that Subhaijt Khush Das conceptualised and choreographed a confluence of three Indian classical Dance forms, i.e., Bharatanatyam, Odissi and Kathakali, to the tunes of Anondodhara Bohichhe by Rabindranath Tagore as a tribute to him on his 161st birth anniversary. The song that reminds people of the bliss that is flowing around the world is brought to life by the harmonious tap of dancers performing three different Indian classical dance forms together but at the same time telling one tale.

Credits: YouTube (Subhajit Khush Das)

Mere Dholna- Purnima Garg

The different Indian classical dance forms are deeply rooted in the customs and culture of each part of the Indian state they originate from. And being dance forms that rely heavily on elaborate costumes and makeup it’s not always feasible for today’s crowd to get their hands on each piece of jewellery for the perfect dance ensemble all the time, thus, came modern interpretation of classical dance forms. Infused with Bollywood beats and lighter clothing and jewellery it kept the essence of the classical form alive but gave it a modern twist. 

Perfectly captured by Purnima Garg who portrays two personas, one in white and another in black, in her Kathak cover of the catchy and ever-green classic song “Mere Dholna” from the movie, “Bhool Bhulaiyaa”, fully complete with light makeup. Her devotion to her art cannot go unnoticed as she doesn’t miss a beat as she switches from one persona to another. The way her eyes move shows how engrossed she was in the beats of the song, just like a true dancer. 

Credits: YouTube (Purnima Garg – Kathak Dance Co)

Aayat- Eshna Benegal and Eeshani Mitra 

Another example of such a beautiful fusion can be seen in the Kathak cover of the famous song “Aayat” from the movie “Bajirao Mastani” performed by Eshna Benegal and Eeshani Mitra. Given that it is a song from a Bollywood movie and not necessarily a traditional classical dance, the way the classical dancers incorporated their traditional art form with it shows the beauty and flexibility Indian classical dance forms hold. By sharply and gracefully doing different mudras and poses of Kathak as they tapped their feet to the tunes of this modern song, the dancer kept it authentic and gave it a twist of their own.

Credits: YouTube (Eeshani Mitra)

As the popularity of fusion dances keeps increasing day by day the concern regarding the loss of pure Indian classical dance forms also worries many. But given the intricate gestures and significance that each move holds in each Indian classical dance form, there’s hardly ever a chance that it will ever lose its essence to any form of dance in the modern world.  

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Original Music Compositions: Must Listen By These Indie Artists

We present you with a bunch of melodious and soulful original music compositions by Indie artists, which you must have in your playlist!

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Music, Indie music, Anuv Jain

Beyond the mainstream music and artists is yet another musical sphere that is currently rising to recognition. Indie musicians in India do not come with a silver platter of their own. It is a known fact that Bollywood music reigns complete superiority over the major chunk of the general public, because of a lot of resources, of course. Indie artists, on the other hand, are employing their blood, sweat and tears to make their music heard. However, all is definitely not lost for independent musicians, since there is a massive crowd who loves the kind of music that Indie artists provide. With social media sites like Instagram and YouTube, it has definitely become easier to reach your targeted audience.

We present some soul-soothing and beautiful original music compositions by artists you might want to stumble upon and explore more of their discography.

Pahado Mein – Salman Elahi

Ever wondered what might be the best song for a road trip to the mountains? Well, Salman Elahi has delivered a song just for that! Pahado Mein feels synonymous to the fresh air you breathe in the green and white covers of the Himalayas. For trekkers and people who often pack their bags and leave to the higher curvy roads, this song will be the perfect bittersweet reminders of why you love the mountains and the hills and the nature so much. Salman Elahi, with his pleasant vocals, has created a much needed masterpiece indeed!

Credits – YouTube Salman Elahi

Mazaak – Anuv Jain

Anuv Jain has amassed a loyal fan following with his exceptional talent in singing and songwriting. His latest release, Mazaak, was an anticipated one. After releasing beautiful melodies like ‘Baarishein’ and ‘Mishri’ it is not quite surprising that with every upcoming release of his, people have unbounded expectations from him, and Anuv Jain never disappoints. Mazaak is a song narrating the sweetness and serenity that lies in love. It is a celebration of human love, the uncertainty of it, and the disbelief we’re in of its warmth, promises, and beauty.

Credits – YouTube Anuv Jain

Muskan – Dikshant

Dikshant is a singer-songwriter. He writes songs in three languages: Hindi, English and Marathi. Dikshant’s perspective towards human emotions is quite different, a more sensitive approach, and this manifests into the words he pens down. His song ‘Muskan’ is a living example of how Dikshant sees human emotions. Through this song, Dikshant has captured the unmatched moments of unbounded happiness when you meet the person you love, especially if it’s a love challenged by time and distance. ‘Muskan’ brings lyricism, melody and soulful vocals, all at the same place.

Credits – YouTube Dikshant

Khatam – Pratyush Dhiman

Pratyush Dhiman pens down the incomprehensible and heartbreaking feelings of a love that fades away, a love that you lose. ‘Khatam’ is that song track which speaks of your inner feelings of sorrow and angst. Your known ones can not empathise the rejection and despair that follows a heartbreak, and this is when songs and music alike come to understand you, and be your company in the loneliness. This is Pratyush Dhiman’s one of many exceptional songs, in which his own unique element is loud and vivid.

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