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Detective Akriti Khatri shares her story at TEDX in Hyderabad.

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Detective Akriti Khatri shares her story at TEDX in Hyderabad.

Akriti Khatri was recently invited by Ted X NITW to share her inspirational story with NIT Hyderabad. Akriti Khatri was asked to speak about how she became a successful detective, her journey to starting her own company and how she moved ahead along with providing employment to many females in her detective agency.
“I had a good time interacting with the students at NIT Hyderabad, I feel if anybody can learn something from my journey I could be of great help and do my part of giving back to the society.” said detective Akriti Khatri.
Akriti Khatri runs her own detective agency by the name of Venus Detective which employs almost 70% of females with the objective of increasing the empowerment opportunities for female detective. She overcame the notion and proved it to the world that women can’t be good detectives, she till date has solved more that 8,000 cases in the span of 10 years.
“I have often heard about Ted X talks and I was thrilled to know that they wanted me to deliver my speech amongst them. I would like to thank the team for having me there.” Said Akriti Khatri.

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Make Holi about sharing and giving instead of just colours, says spiritual healer Amiben Modi

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Make Holi about sharing and giving instead of just colours, says spiritual healer Amiben Modi

The festival of Holi is here and everyone is ready to dive into the colourful celebrations. Renowned spiritual healer Amiben Modi urges everyone to also keep the lesser fortunate in their heart on this beautiful day.

“Do celebrate holi this year, just with a twist of sharing and giving rather than playing and colouring. A lot of people have suffered due to lack of awareness. Everyone should embrace colours in your life and try to spread love to your loved ones by being kind,” she says.

This year the festival of Holi comes with the fear of Corona Virus, which has become the reason for many to cancel their Holi planes. Sharing her thoughts on this, Amiben says, “Corona is a serious matter and just for this year I do advise that people spread awareness, share food and medicines to the less fortunate and abstain from large gatherings and physical contact as this virus needs to be defeated through awareness.”

The festival of Holi is known to bring people together and spread positivity.

Talking about the essence of the festival, she says, “Holi is a celebration, in the fire of holi all negativity is burnt, it’s said to protect against viruses and also post holi the dhuleti festival marks new beginnings and colours of joy! It is also a symbol of togetherness as people color each other and spread joy and share happiness.”

However, another concern that looms over the society is the scarcity of water and campaigns on water conservation are on an all time high.

“The dhuleti color play is with colours and water is a part of our cultural heritage. I do not have strong views either way as long as water is being used in marginal amounts,” she says.

Last but not the least, the spiritual healer signs off by saying, “Wishing all the readers a safe and colourful holi!”

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Women have been multi tasking from ages, says Spiritual Healer Amiben Modi

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Women have been multi tasking from ages, says Spiritual Healer Amiben Modi

Healing people, meeting clients from different walks of life is something acclaimed spiritual healer Amiben Modi is accustomed to now. Being one of the best in the industry, Amiben is also a great example of how a successful woman can lead their lives. This International Women’s Day, Amiben discusses how a woman has always been great at handling things.

“Women have been balancing since ages previously it was multiple children and household and now its lesser number of domestic responsibilities with some external work. Women can multitask because they are capable to do justice to every aspect of home and career,” she says.

Does she believe, that we as a society has liberated women the way they deserve?

“Liberation depends less on the woman and more on her surroundings, people and opportunity. As long as her surroundings are nurturing and empowering every woman is liberated,” she says.

Many discuss the need of equality between the genders in our country. While Amiben also believes in that, there are certain other elements which she wants to highlight.

“Women are mostly productive and working and as a result voluntarily or involuntarily men have become more accommodating. As far as equality goes men and women are physically different species but as long as there is constant respect and no dominance today is a beautiful time to live in,” she says.

Is there a message, she would like to give on International Women’s Day?

“Forget whether you’re a man or a woman – just aim high do your best in whatever you choose to do as an individual and keep living the best happiest life possible! Happy women’s day,” she says.

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Amiben Modi on how monsoons help us!

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Spiritual healer Amiben Modi says that monsoons are the perfect time to grow and evolve. This period is a time introspect, she says, “A lot of people associate monsoons with mental health. However, actually, monsoons are a period of growth. The 5 elements of nature are supported by the rains we get. It is the time when crops are laid when the reproduction increases and also a time where rainwater is harvested and stored for the entire year. The best way to look at monsoons is a period of self-reflection and growth.”

Amiben adds that this is also the time for love. “Monsoons are also associated with romance and hence the people that are not favourably placed in their relationships feel gloomy. However, I strongly believe they should come up with their own will power to grow in life, upgrade their mental status to a more happy and desired state,” she says.

Here is her advice for monsoons. “Enjoy the rain and rainwater, we should be grateful for the rains as they help us sustain the entire year. If lack of sun impacts your health, it’s better to wake up early and spend 30 minutes meditating, giving yourself positive affirmations, as you own your mental state. Surround yourself with good, an uplifting company as your surroundings impact you massively,” she says.

She adds, “During weather change, especially monsoons, people are prone to diseases. It is best to avoid the consumption of raw foods, cold foods, anything steaming hot is best to maintain your health. Adding Colours such as yellow, orange, red and gold to your attire will help balance out the lack of sun and energies.”

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