Amrutha R is a talented micro artist from a small village in Kerala. She learned the talent that inspired her, overcame the obstacles and now, strives to create a new record in pencil and soap craving.
Remo D'Souza, in love with dance, is first a choreographer, and then, a film director. His real struggle-filled experience is a motivational and inspirational tale of success.
Jivya Soma Mashe, the man who internationalised the Warli art form that was almost extinct domestically and promoted tribal culture through it while countering life’s challenges.
Rahil Mohammad is one of the youngest app developers who is trying to bring a positive change in society and contributing to the journey of building a better India through his work.
Building a venture and choosing to pursue art could be hard. The brilliant micro-artist from Andhra Pradesh, Vijaya Mohan Koppineedi, who does not use magnifying equipment for his micro-art, shows what real Indian talent can achieve!
Success comes to those who work their way through the mundane atrocities of life. Gattem's life threw challenges at him, from his step into the artistic world to his record-setting ambitions. But what allowed him to continue was love for what he wanted to do, hope and sheer dedication to his...
Dancing is considered as the purest form of language without a voice and what could be better if somebody can enjoy each step along with painting. Yes, you heard that right! We have a very interesting story of Jahnavi Maganti, an 18-year old girl from Hyderabad. Jahnavi has created a world...
Nidhi Bansal is a sign of greatness; she has done such a huge thing with stickers that people with power couldn’t do. Her father’s inspiration and motivation have led her to new heights of success. She has numerous world records, all because she stuck to her idea of collecting and making stickers.
Anjana Malik turned her disability into her strength by fighting the odds of life in an artistic way!
Anjana Malik, a 38-year-old roadside artist, was born with no arms and a deformity in her left leg, but she doesn’t let the details stop her. Due to the severity of her deformity, her left leg reduced to half the size of the right leg. This handless girl coming from a poverty-stricken family...
Unique thread work artist Arun Kumar Bajaj recently gifted one of his works to Smriti Irani. He also has his name entered in the prestigious Guinness Book of world records. His path to this position in his career hasn’t been easy. Let’s dive into it.