FCC Mumbai – Instigateur de curiosité

Girls Next #3: Lamya

Lamya is 30 years old – she was born in Bombay and lived part of her teenage years in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia. She’s now back in the Maharashtra’s capital and says that “it will always be Bombay!”. Lamya studied Media and Communication with a major in Film Studies. She has managed and taught at.

Girls Next #2: Rittika

Moving from the country that eats waffles, drinks beer and revels in diamonds to a country which eats vada pao drinks sugarcane juice and is Bollywood crazy is quite a switch. She’s always been traditional at heart and progressive by mind. A passion? Solitaire diamonds: a space for creativity and an innovative channel. Rittika graduated.

Girls Next #1: Seema

To truly comprehend Seema’s world, we suggest you to listen to a few notes of her daily “bhajans” (religious songs devoted to the elephant-headed God Ganesha), close your eyes and imagine the constant heat, humidity and incessant noise of a city that never sleeps, whose density is more than 20,000 inhabitants per square kilometer. Then.

Catching up with Kanishtha

We’re catching up with Kanishtha Dhankhar, Supermodel, Former Miss India and FCC Mumbai Member. Since you last saw her giving us a tour of Mumbai, Kanishtha has been spending some time in Seoul, South Korea! We’re intrigued to know more about her and the time spent in Seoul.   FCC Mumbai: First things first, we’d.

Volunteer for LP4Y in Mumbai

“My name is Mathilde and I am French! I am 23 years old. I joined LP4Y in February 2019 after graduating from a French business school. I started part-time volunteering a few years ago in France and I wanted to live the experience of full time volunteering – to be on the ground and in contact.

Our FCC Mumbai community donated more than 500 clothes

FCC Mumbai host a series of monthly meet-ups in handpicked venues around the city. Their mission is  to shed light on talented and ambitious women who inspire an international audience. Apart from the meet-ups and talks, their program, “Engage by FCC”, aims to promote social initiatives that support the community. Seams For Dreams is proud.

Poorva Joshipura FCC Mumbai talk#4

We’re extremely grateful to Poorva Joshipura for opening up to us about her experiences. Speciesism is a prejudice similar to racism and sexism, and it was eye-opening to discover how we have the power to spare animals excruciating pain by making better choices about the food we eat, the things we buy, and the activities we.