“IN MY SEARCH FOR MY REAL AND UNIQUE SELF I DID MANY THINGS THAT FELT UNFULFILLING AND PAINFUL. I LEARNED FROM EVERYTHING I DID, REMAINED SPIRITUALLY CONSCIOUS, AND KEPT SEARCHING TILL I FOUND MY SELF.”
An artist with an original genre when I am asked, Who is your favorite artist?, my reply is The Supreme Being. A spiritual seeker, my art is my experiences with The Supreme Reality. I have named it, Supreme Reality Art. I have exhibited my art in several galleries and international exhibitions. Creatives Rising, a New York art organization selected me in the top 50 artists from diverse art genres in 2013. Three of my works were displayed on Times Square’s largest video billboards in NYC in 2014. In 2015 I was granted permanent residence in the United States as an artist of extraordinary ability. Recently I was inducted as a juried member by the National Association of Women Artists, Inc. I am also a current member of Women’s Caucus for Art and the National Museum of Women in the Arts, D.C. Born and growing up in a spiritual family in India made me conscious of the hidden reality of life. My father a Mystic and my Guide inspired me to have a personal and direct relationship with The Supreme Being as a little child. I was also made aware everyone is unique in the world. During early childhood drawing, sketching, and painting came naturally to me and I continued to self-learn art. I did my Master’s in Philosophy. After coming to the USA in 2009, I began studying art formally at the National Academy Museum & School, New York City. I decided to live here as I saw it as the best place to evolve my art and explain it to the world. I am indebted to The Supreme Being for the revelation and ability to express The Supreme Reality through art. I feel my creativity is gifted and comes with a responsibility to inspire and guide others toward their Self-Reality.
“I HAVE EXPERIENCED THAT FULFILLMENT CANNOT BE FOUND UNLESS THE SELF IS CONSCIOUS OF ITS SPIRITUALITY AND UNIQUENESS IN THE WORLD. I AM NOW LIVING TO FULLY EXPRESS MY SELF.”
“WHEN ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL SUCCESS NO LONGER GAVE ME FULFILLMENT, I KNEW, I NEEDED TO SEARCH DEEPER WITHIN MY SELF FOR WHO I AM.
MY SPIRITUAL UPBRINGING GAVE ME COURAGE AND DIRECTION TO REDISCOVER MY SELF AND NOT WASTE MY LIFE LIVING MEANINGLESSLY IN DENIAL OF MY PAIN.”
Currently a Managing Principal at Capco, I have been in the financial services industry for 13 years, worked at Tier 1 Investment Banks such as Goldman Sachs & Big 4 Consulting Firms such as Deloitte & Touche. In my consulting experience, I have partnered with and guided client executives on complex business transformations, strategic decisions, and large-scale change initiatives. It has given me extensive client management experience working with financial institutions, particularly within Technology, Compliance & Risk to deliver large-scale programs and leading global teams up to 200 people. I have been recognized with the ‘Business Go-Getter Award’ in 2018 based on sustained revenue & client relationships. And represented Capco as the firm’s industry representative for the Women’s Bond Club for over 5 years with the goal to support the development of women at all levels and drive gender parity at the leadership level. I have professionally coached 15 individuals at various firms providing mentoring & guidance on business development, client management, and career goal setting & accomplishment. I was born in India and grew up there. My whole family was spiritual. My father a Mystic and my Guide initiated me into a personal and direct relationship with The Supreme Being as a little child and made me aware that in life I had to search for my Unique Self in the world as well as seek The Supreme Reality. I came to the USA in 2003 as a student at Stern School of Business, New York University. After completing my Bachelor’s degree in Finance and Marketing I decided to live and work in the USA. After all my professional success my life felt meaningless. I became unhappy. Then I recalled, what was spiritually revealed to me as a child that life has a larger purpose than just mainstream living, and sooner or later we have to search for it and live it.