I believe the most emotionally overwhelming thing about our events isn't the sheer hard work that goes into organising, or the amount of sales we achieve. The part that tugs at our heartstrings with gentle force, if ever there was such a thing, is when we engage in such heartwarming, enthusiastic and encouraging conversations with our customers, particularly our little Atticuses!
I have to confess, I'm not exactly the most outgoing person, and hardly, hardly a social butter
Some months before INDIA IN A ROOM 5, our team mate and now increasingly dear friend, Danya Sheelan, founder of Satika @s.a.t.i.k.a, approached a most talented graphic designer, henna artist, and friend of hers, Karthine Maniam, founder and artistic genius behind @tmk_henna, and together, these outstanding ladies conceptualised and brought to life this absolutely stunning and meaningful work of art you see before you - the INDIA IN A ROOM poster. Every detail you come across
I love the word "serendipity". It has such a magical, positive ring to it. But I don't quite believe that things happen by chance. Everything happens for a reason, and events unfold as they should. That's precisely how I feel about the way Vanitha, founder and owner of Vaaranam Children's Books @vaaranambooks, and I connected. Vanitha, desiring very much to share her love and respect for the Tamil language with Tamil kids the world over, and me, sincerely hoping that Atticus