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Rachita Sharma Shares the Vision of Girl Power Talk With Anwa

About ANWA ANWA: Please Tell Us About Yourself ANWA: Share About Your Business ANWA: What Was the Inspiration for You Start Your Own Business or Take Up the Career You Are In? ANWA: What Have Been Some of Your Achievements in Your Professional Life? ANWA: The Difference You Have Made to Others ANWA: What Do You Want to Be Acknowledged For? ANWA: Anything Else You Wish to Share? Aatm Nirbhar Women’s Association Trust (ANWA) is the non-profit wing of Aatm …

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Micro Art and Macro Dreams: Susrita Samantaray

Introduction- Susrita Samantaray Childhood Effect of the Education System on Inherent Creativity Well-Paid Traditional Jobs V/S Pursuing Hobbies Creative Process as an Artist Significance of Odisha in Her Works More About Susriart Message to Budding Artists Experience with Global Bioeconomy Summit, Berlin Work with National Innovation Foundation Art Forms Other Than Micro Art Message to Global Community of Women “I was born in Cuttack in Odisha. Cuttack City. I am 26 years old. I did my schooling in DAV Public …

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‘SHEROES’ Are Girl Power Talk Heroes

Introduction to SHEROES SHEROES Is an Experience The Stories of Sheroes Madhu and Dolly Beauty is Internal Life is what you make of it. ‘SHEROES,’ a fun play of words on she and heroes, is a café in Agra. True to its name, it is home to many extraordinary women. Sheroes Hangout Café was founded by acid attack survivors to create awareness about acid attacks. It has now become a place that provides other survivors a chance to re-build their …

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