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"Caring for Strays"
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“For a large part of my childhood, I was terrified of dogs, especially strays until one day when I met a sweet little indie named April that wandered about the streets right outside my colony.

It was probably 9 years ago when I really bonded with this little dog that changed my feelings towards dogs in general.

We got so attached that spending time during the day was a big part of my routine and hers too, I guess.

I grew to care for every dog I saw and this has made me determined to open a shelter for different animals.

The feeling of making their lives better is incredible and I guess if everyone did their bit in caring for the voiceless, they will surely gain satisfaction just as I did.”


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"Ab Fit hoga India - Rakesh Sharma CEO Zymin"
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“One thing that life has taught me is to expect the unexpected. From being in the merchant navy last year this time to having my own start-up which will hopefully change the fitness industry in India has been a humongous transformation for me. Over the tenure of my life I have learnt that we should never lose out on opportunities and that when they come knocking on the door, we should welcome it with open arms. At the same time we should make sure that the opportunity is used to the fullest and that is where my Merchant Navy background comes to help as being disciplined and on time is as important in a start up as it is in the Merchant Navy. Zymin came into being on the onset of November last year when my elder brother and I saw the flaws in the Indian fitness industry both for the trainers and for us. My main advice for people would be that we should start small in life but dream big. Dreaming and making it your goal to achieve those dreams is what has helped me get a team of 6 people and a mobile application which can revolutionize the fitness industry.”

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Credits : Prasad Solanki
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"The life changer"
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“Everything Changed ever since my dog came into my life. At the start it was very difficult to handle him as we were new to handling pets. But slowly and steadily as time passed by we got better at interacting with him. The workload suddenly increased when he was first adopted as he defecated anywhere and anytime. We had problem giving him food at proper time so we had to give him to a dog trainer. But then I noticed that our dog got really scared every time the trainer was around. Because he beat him with a stick, we immediately canceled his training and made sure that he doesn’t do this to any other dog again. Now before dirtying our house he comes to us and gives us signs that he wants to go out. He truly has blessed us with his presence in our lives. But at first I was not open to this kind of change, it all changed when he fell Ill at the age of 6-8 months, which turned out to be a nightmare for us. We came to know that he had Infection, the doctors said that “we will see what we can do”. It was a very critical stage. That was the moment I felt his value in my life.”

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Credits : Prasad Solanki
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"Make your passion your career"
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“Since my childhood I was interested in music. In those days,I listened to music on cassettes,radios and TV. I eventually got attached to music and always thought of making a career and living out of it. I always admired RD Burman sahab because his music inspired me to become an artist. As a student my mind always got diverted to music instead of studies. I played on anything, a box, a bench and my family also noticed and supported my passion for Music. One of my friends went to a place called Malvan and they have this Koli Festival in which everyone played the drums, dholaks, saxophones. Whenever I visited this place, I always went inside the music room while others went out and enjoyed. And from there I got attracted to playing drums. It has been around 31 years since I have been in the music industry. One of the many Obstacles I faced was financially for buying an instrument as I belonged to a lower middle class family. But my mother and my sister helped me get my first drums and I started going to a music teacher. Then in 1993 I joined my first orchestra and my music career got a big push and ever since I played for various playback singers such as Sunidhi Chauhan, Kumar Sanu and I have also played abroad from Dubai till Bahrain.”
“My only message to all the parents would be to let your children chose their own career path or make their own career. Don’t stop them from doing what they are interested in doing.”

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Credits : Prasad Solanki
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"The Success Story of an Accountant!"
“As soon as I graduated college when I was twenty two years old, I worked locally as an accountant while trying my best to gain opportunities as an actor.

It took tremendous effort and a long time before I could display my talent and get a job as an actor with a side role in one of the best Kannada films at the time.

I had worked as an accountant for almost 15 years totally when I didn’t have a film to work on and still continue to do so.

I am forty eight years old now and have acted in over 300 films and starred in various commercial ads and other documentaries.

I hope to continue making films for as long as I can and I’d like to say that working hard for your passion will always pay off as long as your intentions and goals are clear and focused on.”

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Credits : Shaun DSilva
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"Striving To Succeed!"
“I have always been an athletic girl from a tender age until I found my true passion for shooting targets with a rifle.

I began shooting and practicing three or four years ago and ever since I have been a national player as well.

I excelled at the sport and won a gold medal at the university I studied in until they recognised it and sent me to a few national competitions. If only I had the resources to use an advanced rifle, I’d have probably won the tournament.

It is a pretty expensive affair and that is why I plan to hold off this passion until I save enough to provide for my own training expenses.

Nevertheless, I will always practice and try to get better at the sport.”

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Credits : Shaun DSilva
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"Earn and Grow!"
“I really love India but there is one thing that worries me every single time I come across poverty. I

I love travelling and have travelled to over twenty countries purely to observe and experience different cultures and backgrounds.

There is something in the way a lot of other countries have grown and progressed that give me happiness to just know about.

I believe we as Indians promote poverty sometimes by donating to the able and well bodied people of the nation instead of encouraging them to earn their money and not beg.

If only we could eradicate poverty by promoting an attitude to work hard and not waste precious time and resources, I believe our country could be just as good as every other well developed nation.”

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Credits : Shaun DSilva
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"GOTTA GO"
What is your favorite childhood memory?
“After every Sunday lunch, my mother, father, sister and I would drive around entire lengths and breadths of Goa.”
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“I am new to Delhi, as I got married recently. It was difficult for me in the beginning, but I am learning the culture of this city. I love traveling and am looking forward to explore interesting places in Delhi.  Once again, I am happy to relive my childhood memories  with my husband.”

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Credits : Rishabh Kapoor
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""All About Me""
“Its different coming from coastal area to a big city like Delhi. I have been here for 12 months and it’s my first experience living in a big city. Change from normality . To get out of my comfort zone. When you are far away from your family , not that it is a fear, but you are aware that you are far away.”

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Credits : Priyanka Dhar
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""Never Too Old To Dance""
“What brought you to belly dance?”
” I saw an ad posted in college for belly classes and got very excited to learn this new subject. My love for dancing lead me to try various dance forms .  I know all the leaps and splits. Plus, I liked the fact that there were all age levels in the class. It meant I could never be too old to dance. When music touches you in its own special way then let your soul be free to say – DANCE. The beautiful person you will grow into will surprise you. Don’t settle for less and know your worth!

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Credits : Priyanka Dhar
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