On my personal level has attended many art exhibitions pertaining to many social issues or social evils. I once got an opportunity to interact with few artists from other states of our country who expressed their own inner feelings which inspires them to portray their inner imaginations on the white sheet which waits for the artist to get itself embedded with the human feelings which in one way or the other hold the capacity to heal if correctly discussed with or in a meaningful platform.
|Caricature by Aflilash|
|Caricature by Aflilash|
Nada India Foundation the pioneer in many of the Health advocacy programmes which believes in well being of all which under the dynamic leadership of Mr Suneel Vatsyayan who is the Chairperson and keeps the capacity of opening up many blockades among the 'Peedith' or the Victim (Survivors) and the grave issues which they undergo.
During a conversation with Mr Suneelji also with the presence of Mrs Pallaviji and Mrs Pushpa who works as a Volunteer with NIF, many groundbreaking imaginations as well as naked realities came in my mind when Pushpaji was requested to put forward her story which once gave her a tornadic experience compelling her to end her life but was pushed back to life keeping her future associated with her children who didnt committed any mistake knowingly or unknowingly.
It was with a strong gesture she presented her all agonies with us. In the starting itself Suneelji suggested me to copy down the essential facts and to present it in an artistic impression.
The encouragement and enthusiasm which i derived from him, especially in expressing all of my artistic imprints conveyed all most a jist of study towards this substance abuse. The meeting was very much alive which almost dealt with stigmas which every of our Indian lady carries on with her if one among the family is addicted with this substance called ALCOHOL.
Very sooner I was able to draw an artistic impression in relation with whatever she(Pushpa) narrated. One factor/reality which emerged out from that meeting and which also strikes me was......"Dar zaroori he" which lead me to quote "There is no GAIN without a PAIN".
But the fact is that why we should all wait for PAIN? Why can't we uproot this before it touch the person through various sources.
Thanks to Nada India who very bravely sents out its volunteers to study and to counsel the
addicted as well as who advocates such evils in the society.
I personally thank NIF and the unsung heroes who had taken such heroic steps for the welfare of the society and would like to extend my humble thanksgiving to Suneelji who gave me an opportunity to get associated with NIF as well as to use my art work which was once used to earn the bread but nowadays used to serve the society under the banner of ART FOR WELL BEING.