Presentation – Very talented Shivali Bhammer

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Born in London, Shivali (lives between Mumbai, London and New York) who has a degree in economics and philosophy, was the youngest and only artist to ever sign with Sony Music BMG for bhajans. His devotional albums, The Bhajan Project, and Urban Temple reached # 1 in the iTunes Global Rankings. Shivali was nominated for two Global Indian Music Awards at the age of 23 and was named one of the top 25 South Asian artists under 25 in England. Shivali is currently working on his third album with Sony Music, The Bhajan Project 2, and recently released an eclectic soft EDM version of the famous mantra, Sarva Mangal Mangalye. Additionally, Shivali has collaborated with Modi Toys in the US and is now the musical voice for a Saraswati plush toy which is now available for sale.

Shivali Bhammer – taking the unconventional path and breaking gender stereotypes

Always known for breaking down barriers by choosing the path less traveled, Shivali established herself as the youngest devotional singer at the age of 22 after giving up a career in stock trading. Once, while working at her old company, Goldman Sachs Investment Bank, a volatility trader told her she should be on five screens, rather than just looking at them. And she never forgot that. Today, she is poised to become one of India’s youngest motivational speakers, a space largely dominated by men to this day. His eloquent speeches are very popular because they are inspiring and have the ability to make sense of the audience. Shivali was recently invited to host a seven-day meditation series on Think.Right, India’s leading meditation app. Shivali built a 7 day meditation on the art of visualization.

Speaker par excellence

As a prolific speaker, Shivali delivered the opening address in New York for the International Women’s Day Conference. She also led a conference on various topics such as mindfulness, mantras and meditation for the Alchemist Kitchen, New York and led the workshop of the Conference of Spiritual Directors in St. Louis, where she moderated a session. on the nature of Karma Yoga to a predominantly elderly Christian. audience, who enthusiastically took many notes.

In 2020, Shivali performed at the prestigious De Dolen theater in Rotterdam where she spoke for over an hour without a break on nine love stories in mythology, she is expected to return to the theater in the Netherlands to present the same show. in February 2022. It is heartening to note that the theater, famous for its representation of Western classical arts, first opened its doors to a young Indian woman. Shivali also directs “Conversations with Shivali” for the Eros Now platform where she interviewed Sister Shivani -Brahma Kumaris, Sadhvi Bhagwati and most recently the co-founders of the India Love Project.

Empathetic and fearless

Shivali strongly believes that no one understands pain and sacrifice like women do, as they constantly struggle to balance their commitments with their careers and their own ambitions. “We have this ability to succeed across the world because there is openness and fluidity in our philosophy and our culture. People around the world are in conflict with themselves and ask me several questions. It all goes back to one thing; what is our relationship with ourselves. We live permanently in a virtual world dominated by social networks. Therefore, we end up comparing ourselves to others and get depressed when we fail to measure ourselves, ”says Shivali who focuses on finding the divinity within and believes that the saint and the devil exist in the field. of play of every mind.

She believes that intrinsic female power is a great strength and can do wonders in helping people understand each other while finding happiness, love and respect. Her lectures cover a variety of topics including women supporting women, meditation, learning to let go, changing your life through action, and purifying the mind. “You don’t have to spend a number of years as a monk or believe in God or go anywhere to find yourself. You have it within you and you are that Goddess and that God. And you can have it all. It’s my aim. That’s what I’m trying to do and it’s hard because we still live in a man’s world. But now is the time to change. We are shaking up the status quo which is our birthright, ”adds Shivali, who has given public speeches on Hindu philosophy.

Achievements galore

Shivali also holds a degree in acting and Kathak. As a writer, she has been published in journals like The Financial Times, The Orange County Register, Science & Spirituality, Spirituality & Health, Spiritual Directors International, Times of India, etc. on subjects of philosophy and faith. She is also an award-winning playwright and has made documentaries and recordings for BBC Television, BBC Radio and other radio stations in India and the United States.

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