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The Lingering Taste From Our Homes: Meeta Arora

Meet Meeta Arora, the founder of ‘Piping Pot Curry’, whose only dream is to help you cook the things you want to eat.

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I have a deep seated obsession with food. And, to be frank, I think everyone does. It is truly a blessing, then, that there are wonderful people like Meeta Arora in this world. The founder of ‘Piping Pot Curry’, a treasure trove of a culinary platform, Meeta Arora has been putting out one delicious recipe after another. From ‘Chicken Tikka Pasta Masala’ to ‘Kung Pao Brussel Sprouts, Arora ensures that there is something for everyone. 

Born in India, Arora’s childhood, as she states, is resplendent with some really wonderful memories of food. Though she never really had to try her hand at cooking when she was still in school, on account of her mother being an incredible cook, when she moved to the US, to pursue a Master’s degree in Management Science, she did have to dabble a little, if not too much, in cooking the basics. However, her love affair did not truly begin until she relocated to the US permanently. 

The story of how she started ‘Piping Pot Curry’, then, is one that runs parallel to Arora’s own evolving relationship with food. Working as a Product Manager at an insurance software company, Arora began to see cooking as a way to unwind. Not only that, whatever she whipped up, she wanted to share. The only question that remained to be asked, then, was why just limit sharing what she loved with her friends and family? Why not the whole world?

Credit: YouTube (Piping Pot Curry)

What started as a hobby, initially, evolved into a legitimate platform that educates, shares and, perhaps most importantly, helps people grow their own culinary skills. Within six months of having started ‘Piping Pot Curry’, Arora had quit her well-paying job, as a Product Manager, and moved on to dedicating herself completely to helping the blog grow. That, she asserts, was the bravest thing she has done. After all, even the most sparkling dreams have a few lingering uncertainties.

And, it was, as Arora expected, not easy. Food blogging is an immensely crowded space, with little to no room for inconsistency. When she first started out, Arora had to navigate the challenges of running a business, while simultaneously growing an audience, completely on her own. It is fortunate, then, that for Arora, where others see daunting challenges, she sees exciting new opportunities to learn. From familiarizing herself with the intricacies of photography and videography to learning about the manner in which the platform had to integrate social media into its outreach, Arora has, indeed, come a long way.

What truly helped her grow was her tapping into the niche of cooking with gadgets and, of course, the authenticity of her delicious recipes. Soon enough, ‘Piping Pot Curry’, having started as a small blog, grew into something that Arora had hoped it would become. Now, the platform has had over 10 million readers since its inception, back in 2017.

Still, even at the highest of her peaks so far, Meeta Arora’s ongoing journey is one that occasionally throws curveballs at her. On some days, things don’t just go to plan, regardless of how meticulously they have been conceptualized. A recipe might just need more testing before it is deemed to be worthy to be showcased on the platform. What truly set her back, like a lot of us around the world, was the global pandemic.

When Covid-19 devastated the world around us, a lot of care facilities had to shut down. Although it was great to have more time with her children, it also meant that Arora and her husband had to manage everything without any help whatsoever. That meant that Arora could only ever dedicate so much time to keep ‘Piping Pot Curry’ up to the standard that she wanted it to be. Arora was, however, determined to not give up. She would pull through this. She had to.

Hiring an additional team member to help with the ancillary tasks and by managing the minimal time that she had, Arora set out, once again, to do what she did best. Make incredible food. When she looks back on it now, Arora realizes that the trials and challenges she had to face then helped her innovate and expand her business better than she could have done under normal circumstances.

Credit: YouTube (Piping Pot Curry)

Arora’s own journey has been one that is wrapped in the deepest memories of her childhood. To think of it, she went on from pursuing Computer Engineering to working as a software engineer to studying Management Science and working as a Product Manager before, finally, choosing to do what she loved. And, that, Arora says, is key to understanding what you are truly good at. The will to try and discover things about yourself is the greatest journey you can take. 

Coming from Meeta Arora, that doesn’t sound too daunting to try. I am sure her readers from the USA, UK, Australia and even Africa would stand testament to that. 

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Photography: The Creative Art of Finding Charm Even in Chaos

It is all- a view, a perspective, a vision that makes it look different and speak unique. Photography is sometimes an innate talent.

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Every emotion has a beauty in itself. The pain brings the inner strength and laughter nurtures the positivity. All feelings are innately exquisite. But hardly we analyse it that way. Photographs are not mere images but moments to cherish or a pain to be pinned. The creativity inside and the passion that pushes does make the captured image so fascinating and vibrant. Here are some amazing photographers and their kind of visions.

Nischay Bharati Jain (Meinbhiphotographer)

What would it be like traveling across India and celebrating every beautiful view? Nischay Bharati Jain has made his life flamboyant by doing exactly the same. Clicked from Kashmir to Kerala, his aerial photos are filled with the satisfaction of doing what you truly love. He believes that in the end, you only regret the roads you didn’t take. That’s why he travels to see different lands and their people. Never for the sake of it, but to dissolve into its beauty. The mountains or beaches, which are your favorites?

Credits: Instagram (Meinbhiphotographer)
Credits: Instagram (Meinbhiphotographer)
Credits: Instagram (Meinbhiphotographer)

Zaid Salman (yourworldmylens)

Are you interested in videos that blend real place and its reflections? Then ‘yourworldmylens’ will meet your desires. A creative head photographer Zaid Salman brings images to another dimension. His clicks are all unique and extraordinary. Jaipur palace or simply some chai, you will be amazed to see his perspectives of looking beautifully at things around you. Zaid uses reels to give out a holistic vision of the images he clicks. Everything looks different in his eyes. That makes his Instagram pages with photographs attain so many followers and subscribers. They are worth watching.

Credits: Instagram (yourworldmylens)
Credits: Instagram (yourworldmylens)
Credits: Instagram (yourworldmylens)

Navaneeth Unnikrishnan (navaneeth_unnikrishnan)

“….And I took the road less traveled by” comes from Robert Frost’s poem The Road Not Taken. Navaneeth  Unnikrishnan has taken different roads to see its geography and get dissolved in it. He has taken many photographs and video reels that have captured the charm of those places. In the starlit night sky of Spiti Valley or the entangled riverways, nature is always that pretty girl who wants to be clicked at once. Navaneeth is in love with it. His reels explain that no one can ever resist nature’s mysteries of beauty.

Credits: Instagram (navaneeth_unnikrishnan)
Credits: Instagram (navaneeth_unnikrishnan)
Credits: Instagram (navaneeth_unnikrishnan)

Chandan Singh Chauhan (titled_tripod_moments)

Societies are built upon cultures. Chandan Singh Chauhan is in search of these cultures. As Marvel film says, “Asgard is not a place, it’s the people”, Chandan finds how amazing the people make these places so beautiful. Sages, praying women, models, animals everything is blended in adorable pictures. He brings portraits of men and women posing in different places across the countries. Beauty lies in his perspectives of seeing things. ‘titled_tripod_moments’ is a fascinating Instagram page by Chandan to deliver such unique clicks.

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Credits: Instgram (titled_tripod_moments)
Credits: Instgram (titled_tripod_moments)

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The New Face of Storytelling: Presenting Stunning Art and Animations

Presenting exceptional Artists and their stunning art pieces imbued with depth, profundity and story telling.

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Self expression and the communication of hushed words found a new medium – Art. People have found peace and belongingness in splashes of colours and pencil strokes. When the mouth couldn’t utter comprehensible words, the paintings became the cherished alternative. Artists have materialised childhood memories, the nostalgia of a forgotten past, the unsaid words of the animal kingdom, or the divine beauty, the list can surely go on, into beautiful figures. Art has surely been one of humans greatest gifts to themselves. We present you some sweet and some magnificent and wholly striking art pieces and animations by some passionate artists. These artists have enmeshed storytelling in their creations. 

Bohra Sisters

Siblings Sakina and Zainab are full-time artists. The siblings have mastered storytelling through digital art and stop motion. Popping colours, with a touch of the nostalgia, and the desi tint, the Bohra Sisters have become one of the favourite artists on the internet. As you surface through their paintings, you’ll find pockets of memories from your own childhood. Nostalgia and love are dominant in Bohra Sisters’ unique creations. The life on the streets – playing children, the conversations of the women, the working vendor, the delicacy of street food, all is brought to the front in their beautiful drawings. 

Credits: Instagram (bohrasisters)
Credits: Instagram (bohrasisters)

Steffi Stanley

Another artist bringing us the plates of childhood nostalgia, and a different realm for children, is Steffi Stanley. She is a freelance illustrator based in Chennai, designing children’s characters and stories of children. In Steffi Stanley’s art, children will find a happy space, and for adults, her innocent and unapologetic art is a window to bittersweet memories. You can definitely find little moments of your past younger self in her illustrations.  

Credits: Instagram (Steffi Stanley)
Credits: Instagram (Steffi Stanley)

Bhuli Design Studio

Bhuli Design Studio is a hub where you can find beautifully crafted designs and paintings of the Bhuli and Aipan art form. While the Aipan folk art is a ritualistic art form, Bhuli art, on the other hand, is an art form of the Bhotiya community. Bhuli is a celebration of kitchen memories, countryside life, grandmother’s recipes, and traditional outfits, a part of Uttarakhand’s cultural revival. Bhuli Design Studio is reviving that art form, bringing to the spotlight the beauty of folk art

Credits: Instagram (bhuli.art)
Credits: Instagram (bhuli.art)

Abhishek Singh

Reimagining mythologies and stepping into the spiritual realm, Abhishek Singh produces art form from his complete imagination and spiritual discipline. Using mostly oil and acrylic paints, Abhishek Singh paints every piece with the utmost sincerity and reverence. Each piece has a dimensional depth to it and carries with it a devotional tale for you to decipher.

Credits: Instagram (abhiart)
Credits: Instagram (abhiart)
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Read About Nayab Midha’s Khubsoorat Story Of Chasing Her Dreams

“If you want to bring your dream come true, then tell your mad heart to be brave” says Nayab Midha, in an open talk with the slam poet.

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Born in the beautiful town of Sri Ganga Nagar in Rajasthan at the boundary of India and Pakistan to a middle-class family, Nayab Midha is a compassionate and dedicated youngster who now embraces slam poetry, performing before a huge audience in different locations across India. From missing a train to finding her passion, Nayab Midha has a unique story to tell. The renowned slam poet who embraced words to influence people across the globe- Nayab Midha opens up to The Talented Indian.

The past that dreamt of this present.

Nayab’s grandparents had settled at the Sri Ganga Nagar during the partition of India. She was born while her parents were struggling to set up their careers and stabilize themselves. Her parents are postgraduates. She was moulded to believe in education and its abominable scope of progress as a human being. Thus she started reading extensively at 10 years of age. She feels that is where she belongs and wants to move forward with it.

Nayab loved Mathematics but her father wanted her to be a doctor. Then she landed on being a Software engineer by profession. Back in her college life, she had thought becoming a poet can only be done by being an author. She is used to writing poems from the early days. But only when she went to Delhi for graduation, that she participated in slam poetry competitions in the College. But when she came across people performing slam poetry on stages in malls, she found this new door to execute her ever dreamt desire.

Later, she chose to leave her 2 years of Infoscion life to pursue what her passion demanded- to be an influencing poet. College life gave her opportunities to contest in various competitions to perform her poem. She took the 2 years at Infosys to stabilize her independent life and used weekends to embrace slam poetry at stages in various places like Delhi.

Nayab started taking reading and writing seriously when she was reading the fresh arrival of  Revolution 2020 by Chetan Bhagat while she missed a train and was waiting at the railway station. Nayab says she is so grateful that she missed her train which literally made her take another in her career. She continued exploring books written by Jane Austen, Charles Dickens. But she is more fascinated by Indian authors, especially Hindi writers like Amrita Pritam.

Credits: YouTube (Tape A Tale)

Passion overrides pressures

Nayab believes that whenever she shifted from a particular position it took much courage for her to do so. The first and most risky thing was to leave her job at Infosys. But she strongly believes in and loves storytelling and wants to pursue it as much as she can. To the question regarding societal pressures and pre-established parameters that hinder such unconventional careers, Nayab says she did not randomly take the bag and left the place. She worked for 2 years at the MNC and ensured that she paid her bills and simultaneously chased her slam poetry interests. She made her parents believe in her. Nayab affirms that it is only to the parents and the loved ones that we need to justify our actions and not anyone else. Because one can’t always convince the cent percent people. Nayab proudly says her parents are now absolutely happy with her decision to take the current path. For her, the constant motivation has always been her mother. Also, the catchy themes of any project can make her curious to work ecstatically on it. She playfully adds that paying her bills and feeding her stomach is yet another motivation.

A poem to cherish

Nayab feels that every part of the journey has been special for her. But something to be so genuinely touching was an incident, she recollected. This happened while she was at Chandigarh and was struggling to establish her name. She worked at Infosys in Chandigarh on weekdays and organized events in the city related to poetry and music during weekends. This helped her grab the train from Chandigarh to Delhi to perform once a weekend every month. Then she would go to her favorite place and eat her favourite food as she was so in love with Delhi food. Then she goes to Chandigarh late at night on the same days. During one of the dull days where she couldn’t write well due to lack of time and had to give a mediocre kind of performance. Later a program was around the corner, she asked for a slot and they reminded her not to be like the last time. Relying on the promise. Nayab was given a slot and thus the poem Khubsoorat was born. The organizers decided to release it and informed her. While she went out to have some Dosa at Sharavana Bhavan, she dreamt of getting 100 K views since her previous ones got less than that. Her phone got switched off in the midst of the travel. By the evening when she switched on the phone, the views were 300k and by 9 pm, it got 1 million views. Later it went to like 15 million.

Credits: YouTube (13) STAGE – YouTube

Social media is for all people

Social media has given an egalitarian platform for people from all walks of life to showcase their talents in any art form. The economic, social, or geographic inequalities are overridden by merit and creativity. Equal opportunities are established and auditions don’t matter now if one has the ability to take up chances and uses it effectively. Every person is talented in a unique manner. But there are often cases where works are plagiarised and copied, which degrades the quality of the art.

Risks, Failures, and Success

She reminds us that if you stay there in the pit of not taking risks and following what you want, you will remain there all your life. So it’s better to jump from the pit and get the best out there. Nayab exhorts to climb up the pit even if you fall off. Have the courage to jump, that’s it! Believe that you can grow and mould yourself. Nayab acknowledges failures but never wanted to pursue success without deserving it. She wants to achieve victories when she is prepared and fully ready to receive them. Learning and accepting others’ work is also significant for her. Nayab admires poets like by Rohit Sharma whose amazing poem Mein Ravan Hoon is trending on YouTube. She is so much enchanted with the poems of Pallavi  Mahajan, Nithi Narwal especially Andhera.

Nayab Midha is an inspiration to many. She sets the flame to the cult of upcoming artists or any dreamer to dream big, start small, and finally get their careers built.

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Heartfelt Poetries Takes Us Down the Memory Lanes

Some nostalgic spoken poetries on daily life struggles that inspires and takes you down on a long-forgotten childhood memory lane.

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Poetry is an art that gives our deepest emotions a way to come out in the world through words. It takes us with our mundane ideas or experiences on an indescribable transcendental ride. Whether written or spoken, Poetry is different from mere expressing because it gives rise to hidden emotions in the human mind, while expressing is when the already aroused mind is vented out. A great artist evokes emotions even in the most stable of minds in an unexpected way and takes audiences on a spiritual tour that ends with tears in their eyes and memories in mind.

Today, we are here with a small collection of poetries, written and narrated by such great artists capable of arousing intense emotions in audiences’ minds through poetry based on daily life struggles. Some about childhood, some about life, these poetries will take you down a road of long-forgotten past and will put you in a nostalgic mood.

“Bachpan” by Rakesh Tiwari

This nostalgic poem is for all those millennials out there looking to dive back into that era when the neighbourhood’s roads used to be their playground, parents beating felt like a necessary and inevitable daily intake, and Maths teachers looked like a lifelong enemy. Listen to this for a time when life was sorted and simple, and the world still looked like a magical place.

Credit: Youtube Resonart

“अम्मा की अटैची” by Rakesh Tiwari

Another heart-touching piece of spoken poetry by Rakesh Tiwari, Amma ki Attachy is about a journey which a son took down his mother’s memorabilia after her demise. The cherished objects by his mother don’t hold any materialistic value, but they are equally valuable because of the memories and feelings attached to them. 

Credit: Youtube Stage Time

“Softy” by Mohammed Sadriwala

This narrative spoken poetry for the 90s born will take you down to a time when possessing 5 rupees meant having all the riches of the world, and cute cat faces with big sparkling eyes were made to get that one rupee from the dearest grandmother or uncle. Softy is one such simple story that, like a domino, hits all other childhood memories of the past which were deeply buried in the valley of mind. It is a must-watch for those who want to unravel and revisit those golden days of childhood. 

Credit: Youtube Muhammed Sadriwala

“Woh Aaj Nahi Toh Kal Hoga” by Shubham Shyam

This motivational spoken poetry reminds you that every tunnel has an end. Today’s struggles will surely culminate someday at the foot of your desired destination if you have put your body and soul to the task. 

   “Sirf Karm tumhara Kal hoga,

Aur agar karm me sachai hai

 to Karm Kha Nishfal Hoga”

The poem is about hope; no matter the hardships, no matter how long the fight is for or how dark the days are, there will come a day when all the struggles and difficulties will be worth it. Just keep putting that one foot after another, keep moving forward and if not today, tomorrow will be yours.

  

  

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These Melodies Can Absolutely Allure You

Creating opportunities does matter when it comes to talent and passion. Patience is the key towards a great career in art.

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Music is addictive. And for one who sings, it’s like medicine. Their passion can only be met by singing. Here are some artists who create opportunities, follow passion and find their space in this competitive world. Age doesn’t matter; gender doesn’t, but talent and sincerity matters. The world has become quite receptive to artists of the ever-growing social media like YouTube.

Notes and Nostalgia by Advika

Gangubai Kathiawadi directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali has already been on the hitlist with beautiful songs. Entertainers from all parts of the country groove to the song Meri Jaan is now sung by Advika from a YouTube Channel called Notes and Nostalgia. With the high pitch notes and the husky voice, Advika totally nailed it. Her expressions are absolutely priceless. Her rendition of Halamati Habibo from the Beast movie is also great to watch. Advika sings Milne Hai Mujhse Aayi from Ashiqui 2 and captivates the viewers with utmost confidence.

Credits: YouTube Notes and Nostalgia

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One more artist attempting another song from the same movie Gangubai Kathiawadi. A song that was molded with Archana Gore’s songs, Huma Qureshi’s expressions- Shikhayat. Shouvik Saha is a singer, writer, composer music producer, and professional dance choreographer. He was top 32 in Super Singer Season 3. His magical voice takes the listener to a higher level. Aashiyan cover song from Barfi is one of his best.

Credits: YouTube Shouvik Sha Official

Alok Santhosh

When KGF Chapter 2 was released, it was a mark on the history of filmmaking. The craft was one of the masterpieces in the Indian commercial movie industry. The song Mehabooba is on the repeat list of many music lovers. Alok Santhosh is an upcoming singer who has beautifully sung the Malayalam version of this epic melody. The song is shot outdoors by Anand Ajesh Photography. Akhil Elapunkal perfectly does the background score. His voice is soothing and listening to it may let you find peace.

Credits: YouTube Alok Santhosh

Unwind with Nimish

Nimish Shrivastava is an IIT graduate, entrepreneur, and co-founder of companies like Banyan Tree and Kuppa Tea. His busy schedule has never left him to leave his passion for singing. Creating a YouTube Channel in 2009 named Unwind with Nimish, it has released 7 videos till 2022. But his voice stands unique and wonderful. He has given tribute to Krishnakumar Kunnath Hum Rahe ha na rahe Kal. Meri Sanson Mein Basa Hai’s cover song by Nimish is beautiful and amazingly tender.

Credits: YouTube Unwind with Nimish
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