Features & Interviews

WOW Woman – Ramita Bhaduri

By Aryeman

Ramita Bhaduri, a singer, painter and sculptor holds many prestigious records for her creations, through which she spreads the message for peace and non-violence. Her songs were in world Top 20 (online) in 2013.

An Ex-News Reader in Kolkata Doordarshan and one of the advisory board members of the same. She has made her way to prove her skill into the Limca Book of Records for creating the “Most Number of Acrylic Paintings in 24 hours”. Her achievement list is endless.

Over to Ramita Bhaduri for her side of the story of being a WOW Woman.

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What do you consider the main achievements in your life?

I think my achievement is always to win hearts of others through my selfless work. My main achievement is to make My Maa (Namita Bhaduri) smile and to make My Maa and Baba the most honourable and proud parents amongst the world. I want to serve my own people, who are surrounding me. Irrespective of whether I get recognition or not, I strongly stand in my path according to my view.

What qualities do Women need to imbibe within themselves to be more Empowered and successful in life?

For me, a total sacrifice is the sole support of life to make the soul to bear any opposite, negative, unbearable and harmful circumstance and evil power. The endeavour is to make the mind and soul tougher through determination, dedication and devotion to achieve.

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What drives you to be at the Top of your Game? What are your success strategies?

My confidence level is something I am sure about. I constantly revive my energies to forge ahead. I never feel it is the end. My eyes are always focussed on the goal.

Have you dealt with failure? If so, how did you overcome it and resurge when all the chips were down?

I always stick to my vision. I believe that I am the chosen one, and came on earth to bring about a change. So, I constantly keep running without the fear of being bruised or hurt. I know success will be mine in whatever I pursue.

It is important for us to recognize the power of men in supporting women. Is there a man who has played an instrumental role in your personal growth and success? Who are they and how did they influence you?

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Legendary film-maker Ritwik Ghatak used to call My Father Darbar Bhaduri (Jyotirbhushan Bhaduri). ‘Guru’.Baba was the music composer of Ghatak’s last play ‘Jwala’.Baba was more like a King Maker. As my father was versatile in every aspect and he wasn’t able to pursue himself fully, that is why after he left for his heavenly abode.  I wanted to fulfil his cherished dream.This thought was always my inspiration.

Which 3 Indian women have inspired you in your life and why?
Only My Mother Namita Bhaduri— as a human being, as a guide in every sphere and as a support there is no one other than her, to me.

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My Mother, before marriage was a very good writer. Most famous authors like Moumachhi (Bimal Ghosh), Banophool (Dr. Balaichand Mukherjee) used  loved love her very much for her writing.

Which causes related to Women would you like to support?
I want our Indian Women to be Free – Free to think, free to speak and free to move.

3 tips to Women to be successful in life.

Be in life but above the life.

Always be optimistic.

Be truthful and virtuous in every thinking towards Mother Earth
and surroundings.

Your motto(s) for Women Empowerment

Be honest to attain your goals.

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