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To Drinking Coffee And Travelling The World: Pooja Singh

Meet Pooja Singh, a travel blogger who spends her time watching the sun rise from a different horizon each day.

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Her Instagram page is a wildly colourful curated collection of pictures. The only thing tying them together is her ability to make you see a world that lies beyond the already travelled path. Pooja Singh has been travelling for quite some time but it is only recently that she has dedicated herself to becoming a travel blogger and, if I may add, quite successfully so. Her story is one of pure wanderlust, a strong desire to see what lies beyond the things she knows.

Her Journey!

Born in Haryana and raised all over the country, Singh has been travelling ever since she was a child. Her father being in the Indian Army meant that, as a family, they had to relocate quite often. And, while that may be difficult for some, Singh truly enjoyed it. You see, the love for travelling is something that Singh inherited from her parents. As she puts it, once you really start travelling, it’s quite difficult to shake that urge to go to new places.

Her decision to become a travel blogger was not something that she had anticipated however. She loved the whole experience of travelling, visiting new places and experiencing new cultures, of course, however, at the beginning of it all, Singh followed a more conventional trajectory. Once she had completed her Master’s in Business Administration, Singh went on to work for four years in the corporate sector. 

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Even back then, Singh was jumping at every opportunity to travel. Company leaves and holidays were spread thin. Consequently, Singh used the weekends to travel. In fact, she recalls that she would travel at least four to five times a month even then, squeezing every bit of the free time she got over the weekends to make plans and visit the places she wanted. All of this, however, started back in May of 2018. That is the one trip that started the journey she is on today.

Of course, I stated earlier that Singh had been travelling ever since she was a child. However, those trips were always with family. Her trip to Goa in May of 2018 was the first time she ever travelled alone. She had her reservations, obviously. It’s never quite a reassuring experience to travel alone for the first time. But the more she did it, the more she realized that this was something that she was born to do. The only thing that truly tied her down from using as much of her time to make travel arrangements and visit new places was her professional commitments. Soon enough, after working for over four years in Mumbai, Singh quit her job in December of 2020 and decided to dedicate herself completely to travelling.

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Since then, for the past five months, Singh has had the privilege of constantly being on the move. With a journey that started with Uttarakhand in January, Singh has managed to cover Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, the Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir and Goa. At the moment, she is based in Manali. That is an extensive list of places to cover in that period of time, if you ask me. However, to truly understand the manner in which she has managed to visit the number of places she has, you need to understand the way in which she travels.

You see, Singh is not an extensive planner when it comes to deciding to travel to a destination. For her, the journey through the places is as important as the place itself. Her preference to travel on her own leaves her the space to choose the destination on her own, while also making any impromptu changes in travel plans. Most importantly, as Singh puts it, she likes to travel slowly, soaking up as much of the local lifestyle and culture of the place she is visiting. Perhaps, that is one of the reasons why she is a little hesitant to actually pinpoint her favourite destination. Each destination has something new to offer, something that leads to a new memory. After all, each memory is precious in its own way. What she is willing to point out, however, is one of her more memorable trips.

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Her first solo trip to Andhra Pradesh was a little intimidating for Singh. At the time, she had planned to visit a forested area where there would be little in the way of cell phone network coverage. To add to that, there was also the issue of a language barrier. Once she actually got there, however, Singh mingled with the locals and found herself at ease. She remembers her time spent there being filled with multiple adventurous activities. That trip, more than anything, cemented the idea that a journey is something that may seem scary at first, but eventually might just turn out to be a cherished memory. And, of course, there is always Goa. Goa is a place that will always be close to Singh, based solely on the fact that it is the place where it all began for her.

Travel and Travel Blogging is not something that Singh takes as a mere experience. It is not just a simple process of going to a place and showcasing it. For Pooja Singh, travelling is a lot more about breaking out of an established routine. It is more about broadening your own experiences, making new memories and, perhaps, most importantly, learning new things. After all, a lot of good things fall beyond the horizon that lies unexplored.

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Sumit Sahni: Capturing Every Moment of New Beginnings

Sumit Sahni has had struggling childhood but that did not deter him from following his passion for photography.

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Weddings are definitely a time of rejoicing. When two individuals come together to celebrate their love, it calls for a celebration. It is a time for fun and laughter. It gives us moments that we wish we could preserve in our hearts forever. Sumit Sahni gifts us these moments with Sumit Productions’ wedding photography and cinematography. He believes that photographs are windows into times of our lives, which brings forgotten emotions to the surface. 

His struggling childhood forced Sahni and his brother to seek work at the tender age of 10. With the early demise of his mother, he lived with his father, grandmother and brother. He recalls his young self doing odd jobs to feed themselves. His photography journey began by assisting light-men at weddings. Consequently, the lustre and bustle of weddings caught his attention. This drove him to the path of his passion – photography. His proactive nature and instinct has helped him tremendously. For instance, he did not own a camera. However, he managed to grasp the operations of a camera while he assisted.

Credits: Instagram (Sumit Sahni)

Photography as Passion

In 2007, Sahni worked with BBC Worldwide and Endemol Production for their show “Pati Patni Aur Woh”. He worked as their cameraman for their auditions and casting. In the same year, he also created a partnership with a senior assistant by the name of Falcon Movies. He recalls this as a great learning experience. As a result of this partnership,he could stand on his own feet later. He also mentions an “angelic soul” who helped him purchase a camera to do freelance photography. Most importantly what helped him was his progressive learning, enhanced experience and sincere dedication. This enabled him to open his own production company which has been successful in cine-maximizing luxury weddings, events and commercials. 

Established in 2010, Sumit Productions is a creative film and photography production under Sahni. With this company, Sahni aims to envisage dreams into the reality of frames. The team here focuses on bringing novelty in the domain of photography and videography. There are a few things that makes Sumit Productions stand apart. Firstly, their cinematic work. Secondly, their directional approach in which the theme is meticulously conceptualised before the shoot. Most importantly, they provide instant edited videos and photographs which are played at the event the same day. Sahni remarks that they make sure that every moment is captured perfectly and re-lived at the right time. 

Credits: Instagram (Sumit Sahni)

Dose of Inspiration from Sumit Sahni

Sahni’s journey is truly inspiring to anyone who wishes to venture into photography. Without educational support or professional training, he mentions the initial days where he struggled. He neither had his family’s support nor a strong financial background. But, despite that he succesfully overcame all the obstacles. Joseph Radhik is Sahni’s favourite photographer. All his success, he remarks roots from his observations and learning experiences. The factor that drives him forward in this journey is the positive feedback he receives for his work. Emotions have certainly been a significant element in his journey. He believes that every emotion is important and has to be captured at the right moment. 

Sahni believes that every person is talented in a unique manner. He holds passion, however, as the key to success, even for a skilled person. Hard work, persistence and talent are elements he believes bring success to anyone.  His word of advice to all the young dreamers is to never stop learning. He stresses on the importance of learning, adapting and staying focused on our dreams. These, he believes are all that it takes to make our dreams a reality. From doing odd jobs to struggling to buy a camera of his own to Sumit Productions, Sumit Sahni’s success is nothing short of inspiring!

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Credits: Instagram (Sumit Sahni)
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Illustrator Sanjana Goenka: Her Journey of Art and How it Saved her.

The story of Illustrator and Artist Sanjana Goenka and how she uses art and illustrations to raise awareness around mental health issues.

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Sanjana’s journey with art is beautiful with all elements of ups and downs. Truly, we live for art. It is like a fresh breath of air and livening to the heart. For Sanjana, art was not just a splash of colours and mandala, but a door for a new chapter in her life. Struggling with her mental health, art became one of her mediums to understand and express herself. Born in Mumbai, and with an undergraduate degree in business management from London, Sanjana dropped all conventions and norms to follow the beat of her heart. It is sheer love and passion for art which is sustaining her. She is now an illustrator and an artist. 

The Beginning 

A 3-year-old Sanjana was already fascinated by art and colours. Like every memorable precious memory that gets stuck in our head and heart so vividly, Sanjana too had her moment with art. It was that very moment that made her realise how vibrant she feels with art around her.

The memory goes, as narrated by Sanjana, “Art has always been something I loved, but I remember the day I knew I loved it. I was 5 years old when I had to make a poster for school. My mum drew a picture of a chef for my poster, and I was convinced that my mum was superhuman and surely the finest artist in the world! Since then, I had an insatiable urge to draw everything and on everything.” To be a 5-year-old child and remember this surely tells the gravity of how dear art has meant to Sanjana since the very beginning. 

Initially Sanjana wanted to do Architecture, but realised that she wasn’t capable of much for it, therefore she willingly dropped it and moved to pursue business management in London. This was a turning point in Sanjana’s life. Halfway through her job, Sanjana was going through mental health issues. She got diagnosed with Bipolar disorder, depression and anxiety. During that time, art anchored her towards calmness and serenity. Sanjana did Zentangle art, an art form similar to Mandala drawings. The consistent lines and mark making produced immaculate and structured pieces of art, which helped her to cope. It was natural for her then to drop her job and make a career out of art.  

Credits: Instagram (Sanjana Goenka)

The Journey

Over the years, Sanjana has been in a much better place mentally. Moving on from Zentangle Art, she is in a constant pursuit of finding the art which resonates with her. Changing her art style completely was one of the courageous steps in life that she took.

Abstract concepts, colours, themes, and anomalous pieces of art intrigue her. She believes in producing art fit for the walls rather than conventional drawings for Social Media, which are forgotten. Sanjana told us that producing specific kinds of artwork, which were ‘social media worthy’, amassed her a lot of followers.

However, the main purpose of art for her is to feel something. Struggling with mental health, art has been healing and therapeutic for her. To not be able to connect with art in the same way frustrated her. Art reeled her in and became a reflection of her mental health. Sticking to one art style betrayed that honesty. Changing her art style led to a lower reach on her social media, but led to more enquiries on buying her art. On changing her art style completely, Sanjana says that, “It definitely felt like a moment when I had to take a huge leap of faith because I had to bet solely on myself.”

Credits: Instagram (Sanjana Goenka)

The main theme that Sanjana explores with her artworks is Identity. All of her illustrations and art pieces attempt to encapsulate the differences in each person’s identity. The distortions and unconventionality in her pieces celebrates the uniqueness of every individual.

Sanjana’s favourite artists are F.N. Souza and Egon Schiele. Their work on figures and faces are incredible to her. She also finds Jean-Michel Basquiat’s use of colour and expression interesting. On unmotivated and tired days, Sanjana watches videos and reads topics and concepts she finds gripping. The videos and readings of course result in new thoughts, opinions, themes and ideas which she uses to go back to manifest it in her drawing and art. 

Message for Aspiring Artists

Sanjana believes everybody has talent within them. For art, however, that’s not entirely the case. Art is in all of us, but hard work and persistence refines that element in us. As a message to all aspiring artists, Sanjana puts it in a few intelligible and honest words, “Passion is impossible to fake, and impossible to ignore.” She believes that if you find a path you want to follow, even if you’re pushed beyond your boundaries to follow it, don’t take it for granted. She asks all artists to have unwavering conviction in them because there can be days when the choices we make can fail us, but we should not undervalue ourselves, our work or our time. Learn, read and study, to unravel more about yourself and your art. Lastly, imitation of art could be flattery for some, but give the world your own true version. 

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Credits: Instagram (Sanjana Goenka)
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The ‘Mundeya Ve’ Musical Girl: Kanika Malhotra

We bring you an interaction with the singer and performer Kanika Malhotra, mesmerising the world with her unique voice.

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As Rebecca West said, “It is the soul’s duty to be loyal to its own desires.” But very few fulfil this with utmost honesty. However, Kanika Malhotra is one such artist who treads the path of her passion with all heart. Kanika is a professional singer and performer, who has recently come up with her original “Mundeya Ve”. 

Kanika started learning music at a young age of five and since then, she has embraced the world of music, learning and growing with it. Born in New Zealand in an Indian family with no musical background, she has strived and persevered through the years to be the singer that she has evolved to be. She is not only a star performer but plays a charm on everyone with her euphonic voice.

Kanika has grown up in different countries across the world. From New Zealand to Australia and back to India, her life has added many exciting experiences to her journey since the very beginning. Being trained in Hindustani and Western vocals has added to her caliber as a vocalist. Apart from being a vocalist, she has completed grade 5 in piano and grade 8 in violin. 

Credits: YouTube (Kanika Malhotra)

Starting up as a professional singer was a tough decision for her. Kanika, after completing her graduation from Shri Ram College of Commerce in Economics (Honors), did not instantly take up music professionally. She went through a lot of planning and thorough research about the music industry in India before stepping ahead into the profession. It was then that she took the leap of faith, quit her job and became a full-time artist to follow her dreams. Ever since then, she has never looked back and is more than satisfied with her decision.

Kanika Malhotra is not just a name in the industry, but is an experienced artist too! She counts her US-North America-Canada musical tour with famous singer-rapper Guru Randhawa as the golden opportunity of her life. Apart from him, she has also performed with the likes of Badshah, Papon and Jasbir Jassi. Taking inspiration from Sunidhi Chauhan, a wonderful performer and singer herself, Kanika is determined to move ahead and achieve a lot more in life.

Credits: YouTube (Kanika Malhotra)

One of the biggest milestones in her musical journey is the release of her first original Hindi-Punjabi music video, titled ‘Mundeya Ve’. Performed by her, the track is a piece of groovy pop music that will bind you to dance to the beats. The upbeat track was co-composed by Kanika and Sukhamrit-Sachin and the lyrics were penned by Siddhant Kaushal.

Artists like Kanika, who have taken a leap of faith, chose risks over certainties of life and worked hard day and night, to fulfill their dreams have proved that great success demands great sacrifices. Kanika’s message to all the artists is to never give up on learning. One can achieve great only when there is a balance of talent and knowledge. Kanika’s journey is indeed an inspiration to the young artists out there paving their way to success.

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Musical Prodigy of the Internet: Tanishka Bahl

Singing her way through the crowd from her room, today we cover the story of a young talented singer who lives her dream of music every single day.

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As the age of internet flourished, a lot of things have changed and transformed over the period. Social Media, an offspring of the internet, has come into picture and taken the center stage for people’s primary source of entertainment. Because of that, entertainers and artists have got a huge stage to sparkle among the masses without having to hold themselves back for their much-deserved break.

One of them, an artist in the making, who is ruling social media with her euphonious voice, is Tanishka Bahl. Bahl, currently studying in 11th standard has taken her passion for singing to its peak and has established a massive audience of her own, all with the help of internet, determination and her naturally gifted voice. It is quite astonishing and inspiring that at such a tender age, Tanishka has managed her curriculum while also garnering fans all over the country at the same time. Her melodious renditions of great songs take listeners to a different realm and bind them into her magic.

The Beginning of her Journey

Born and raised in Ghaziabad, Tanishka has grown up with music around her. It was for her mother, who herself is a Prabhakar in vocals, recognized the melodious caliber of her daughter and encouraged her to learn music from a very young age. After about 5 years of vocal training from T-Series Stageworks academy, she is now a 17-year-old vocalist, currently completing her intermediate school.

Bahl started her singing journey by posting covers of songs on social media in 2019. And she has grown considerably well on Instagram in a short span of two years. Currently, she has over 70,000 audience online and is attracting more numbers every day!  

Credits: YouTube (Tanishka Bahl)

Steps Towards being a Successful Singer

It is said that a successful person is made from little steps on the path to success. And so has Tanishka. In 2017, she won the Radiocity Super Singer Junior Competition held on national level, which was the biggest achievement for her till date. She was also the 1st runner up of Sangamkala group in Sur Tarang All India Singing competition.

Apart from these little-big achievements, she got selected among 100 participants all over the country for blind auditions of the reality show ‘The Voice India’ in 2018. Auditioning for a reality show ‘Love Me India’ and getting selected for auditions among 80 participants across the country encouraged her even more to keep trying and pave her way to being a professional singer. She also got to perform with the very talented and renowned singer, Navraj hans on stage of the reality show.

Bahl aims to pursue graduation in Psychology from Delhi University and keep moving ahead with music for her career. She would surely keep moving ahead to become a part of the Bollywood industry and is aiming even for more.

Credits: YouTube (Tanishka Bahl)

A Message to the Youth from the Young Achiever

Tanishka, indeed, is a prodigy. Not just in terms of her god-gifted talent but for the way she believes in herself too. She believes that every person is unique in something. Just like her own self, she wants every artist or every unique person to showcase the talents that he has. That, one should never refrain from showcasing the talents, merely from the fear of not being liked or accepted by the society.

Artists like Tanishka have a long journey to cover and with utter dedication that she has to fulfill her dreams, she is an example to the youth. Tanishka is a rising star of today’s generation and when it comes to her dreams, the sky is the limit for her.  

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Following the Taal and Rhythm: Presenting Surreal Dance Performers

These diverse set of dancers, through their adept dance performances, covers and different dance forms, make the beat follow them.

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When American Dancer Martha Graham said, “Dance is the hidden language of the soul”, she applied the truest definition to this art form. Human beings have invented numerous dance forms, each having its own specialty. Dance becomes one’s own personal claimed language. The chaotic energised dance performances in an Indian Baraat, the excelling dance performances on stages, dance covers posted online, in all these cases function as an expression of one’s feelings. Dance is always about celebration and merriment. It doesn’t have to be perfect all the time. Surely, some people are born with dexterous body movements. With grace, charm and energy, dancers add more serenity to the music they perform on. An enjoyable moment for some, and cathartic for others, nobody can ever deny an appealing dance performance. So here we offer you some magnificent, energetic and graceful dancers and. 

Debolinaa Nandy

Indian Classical Dance is the quintessence of beauty, power and grace. It is brimmed with tranquility and elegance. Debolinaa Nandy with Prity Biswas dance to the evergreen song ‘Taal se Taal Mila’, and leave our hearts calm and composed. The excellent videography amidst the green lush background increases its serenity. Debolinaa and Prity dance with fluency and naturalness which completes the entire performance.

Credits: YouTube Debolinaa Nandy Production

Jainil Mehta ft. Evan Matthew Stewart

Garba, the dance soul of Gujarat, is hailed as symbolic to feminine divinity. Jainil and Evan’s coordinated garba performance is loud with passion and perfection. Styling in the traditional Ghagra, each twirl and turn is perfect. The coordination between their footwork and the cooperation between the versatile flexible movements between them is fulfilling.

Credits: YouTube Jainil Mehta

Sneha Kapoor Gothi 

Dedicated Dancer, Sneha Kapoor, choreographed and performed a semi classical dance cover on the song, ‘Tum Tak’. The sheer poise in each step leaves the spectator in awe. The choreography is exceptionally beautiful and detailed. Every beat of the song is captured by Sneha through dance. There are some simple slow steps, and some other really quick and hard steps. The choreography is the work of a true dancer. A must watch semi classical dance cover it is! 

Credits: YouTube Sneha Kapoor

Damnfam Diwali Special 

Damnfam performed an energetic and fun group Diwali dance performance. Power packed, not misplacing a single step, they showed the dance’s true spirit that is enjoyment. Like the ever glowing Diwali days, Damnfam’s dance is glowing on their faces as well. Performing to Bollywood hits, they don’t miss a beat or an expression. Dance on Diwali days are exuberant, filled with thrill, and this dance performance crosses that standard. 

Credits: YouTube DamnFam!

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