Vyjayanthi Iyer - From Showbiz to Tulip City

by Administrator9. January 2015 00:00




Tell us about your days in India. Schooling, First Job

 I am from Mumbai and studied in a school where I participated in dance and music events from a very early age, for events like teacher’s day, Independence Day, annual gatherings, etc.


Hmm my first job, I always wanted to be independent, so I started working when I was 18, while doing my college. I worked part-time as a counsellor with a computer institute in Mumbai, and I can never forget this job, the amazing feeling of earning while studying J


How are you introduced to showbiz?


After my college days I got quite interested in modeling, but it took me a few years to get started. I had to get a good portfolio done before I reached out to the ad agencies and production houses, so I thought of reaching out to the best. I searched for the contact details of ace photographer Gautam Rajadhyaksha, who had worked with famous film actresses for several decades, and was delighted to find him so kind and approachable. We connected instantly and I got my first portfolio shot. After that, there was no looking back.



Do you remember the 1st moment you faced camera?

 I always loved being in front of the camera. However, professionally, the first break I got was for a print/hoarding ad for Bajaj kesh kalp from the advertising agency Lowe Lintas formerly called as Lintas. I couldn’t stop talking about this assignment. The first TV commercial that I did was for Rainbow milk (UAE), which was also a wonderful experience.


Tel us about some of the reputed brands you worked with?


I was quite lucky to work with reputed agencies, directors and photographers for these brands:


Toyota Innova was a great experience, working with Aamir Khan and Ashutosh Gowarikar. Onida, Microwave, Saffola, McDonalds, ING Vysya, Big Bazaar, Good Knight, Surf Excel, Worldspace Radio, Horlicks, Pillsbury, Titan Eye care, Shyamrao Vithal bank, Karnataka Bank, Dabur Vatika Hair oil, are some of the other ads that I did.







Was there any unforgettable experience?


There were many such experiences, but one that I will always cherish forever is the time I had with (late) Gautam Rajadhyaksha while doing the portfolio shoot. He made me feel very special, and in the midst of a shot, he used to call out to the makeup dada in Marathi, “arre bagh ekdum nutan tai disthe apli vyjayanthi” (Look, Vyjayanthi resembles Nutan so much). Such encouragement got the best out of me, and I will always be grateful to Gautamji for giving me the boost I needed to get started in my modeling career.


How about the Bollywood experience?


I was keen on doing only modelling and had done many ads already. Acting was something I wandered into quite naturally. I did a few TV serials, short films, movies for film festival and documentaries.



 Serial Rooh



One day I received a call to give an audition for a role for the movie “Johnny Gaddar” directed by Sriram Raghavan. I was very excited as it was a mainstream Bollywood movie, and thrilled when I got selected for the role. That was one hell of an experience for me, to work with an amazing of creative people.



From the busy world of showbiz, how did you land in the Tulip city?


It’s a long story, but to put it briefly, my husband travelled a lot to the US and UK for his work. He came to Amsterdam for few months for his work and fell in love with this city. He called me once from Amsterdam, told me how cozy and beautiful this city was, and that it would be wonderful for us to live here for some time. I came over for a few months, and decided to stay back for a longer period. It wasn’t an easy decision to leave everything behind and come to a new country/city where I had to start over, however the journey has been an adventure.




Are you still doing modelling work in Amsterdam?


Yes I do, and have worked with several brands like Philips and Hoya.


You done the 1st Bollywood flash mob in Amsterdam , tell us about the experience and the response from the crowd?


It’s already 8 years since I landed in this beautiful city and over 4 years since I have been teaching Bollywood dance. I had been thinking about the flash mob for quite some time, and I knew no one had done a Bollywood dance style flash mob in Amsterdam, at the Dam square. I brought together an amazing group of my dance students and told them about the flash mob idea. They were very excited, and even more when I told them about the occasion – the Indian Independence Day.



 Navras Flash Mob Amsterdam and Performances 

Flash mob at Valencia , Spain 

The weather was unpredictable that day, and it was expected to rain around the time we were to start the flash mob. I was checking the weather forecast every 15 – 30 minutes, hoping that the rain would stay away. And it did. One of the comments that we got from the lovely crowd who were cheering, clapping and watching the flash mob said:  “Even the gods wanted to see you all dance, the sun is shining only for you”. We could see the crowd’s excitement, curious tourists stopping by to watch, few people dancing as well, taking pictures and videos. The funny thing was the grim reaper (guy with the skeleton mask on the dam square) who was standing right opposite to me, was dancing as wellJ




I can now proudly say that my amazing team of dancers/students and I were the first to make Dam Square dance to the tune of Bollywood music. It is a huge sense of achievement.


Is there any plan to return to showbiz? Did you get calls from Bombay still?


I think I am still very much in it, but in a different country, and using a different creative medium. I am still in touch with lot of people from the industry and you never know what life has in store for you.


Vyjayanthi is currently running her Bollywood dance school in Amsterdam , Navras.
 started NAVRAS- 9 emotions 5 years ago.  In the last 5 years, her passion for dance has expanded into conducting workshops for smaller & bigger groups and companies, fitness classes (Bollyzumba) and for special occasions like bachelor parties etc.


Vyjayanthi tells ,


"Bollywood dancing is lively, it is fun, exciting and the one thing I have never failed to notice is the smile it brings to the faces of people who participate in my workshops. I look forward to taking this endeavour further to exchanging knowledge about Indian culture and take Bollywood dance moves to more people in the Netherlands and beyond."




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Ashwathi Pillai - Chasing My Dream

by Administrator26. December 2014 00:00


Ashwathi Pillai - Chasing My Dream





Ashwathi is certainly a prominent and one highly talented young player in Sweden today; with great racket skills andfitness.  She trains approx. 15 hours of badminton every week including 4 individual coaching sessions.  Recognising her talent, her school (IES,Täby) has re-organized her school time table to help her receive adequate training and time to compete in Sweden and abroad.

Her school ensures regular interactions with the club and the coaches to ensure and track Ashwathi’s progress. She was also spotted and selected by Københavns Badminton Klub to represent the club in the domestic tournaments in Denmark.

Ashwathi also trains in the prestigious “Prakash Padukone Academy” in India every summer for 1 month.  The students in this academy are coached by Prakash Padukone (Former world no.1 and All England champion) , Vimal Kumar (former international player) and Yousuf Johari (Indonesian coach)

Ashwathi is the youngest player to qualify to compete in the Swedish elite (Senior) tournaments.  She regularly features in the local news paper and the club website.  Ashwathi is the cover girl of the current Täby Sports magazine.  Ashwathi is the current Swedish  U15 National Champion (singles)and ranked No.1 in Women singles in the U15 category.  She is also a regular competitor in the Swedish elite (Senior) tournaments where she is ranked No.10


Tell us about your days in India. Schooling

I was born in India and did my schooling until 4th Grade in Bangalore (National Public School).

How were you introduced to Badminton?

I used to accompany my father to the HSR Badminton club in Bangalore during weekends. He used to play for 1-2 hrs and then I would get an opportunity to play for 30 mins. That is where it started and I started liking the sport. Later I joined a coaching session for children where I had few of my friends also joining.

Was it your parents or you who felt that you have good future in badminton?

It was my parents who encouraged me into badminton.  My mother used to take me 3 times a week in an auto rickshaw to the club which was around 5 kms away from home .  I am not sure of how good my future will be , but I am definite that I enjoy playing badminton and I have a lot of friends because of it.

Tell us about some of the famous tournaments you played?

I played the,

  • Swedish National Tournaments
  • European 8 Nations
  • Danish Junior international
  • Glasgow International Junior championship
  • Finnkampen in Helsinki
  • Elite tournaments for seniors in Sweden




Ashwathi Vinod Pillai of class 8d, for being named Player of the Year in Badminton 2012





Was there any unforgettable experience in any of those?

In many of these , I am one of the youngest players in the tournament. It’s a great feeling when I wear the Swedish National team jersey and play for Sweden. It’s very energizing when I have my friends cheering with the national flag from the sidelines.

Winning my 1st national championship was the one of the best experience. It was in Kista racket center . The announcer was very energetic when he announced my name to receive the prize and he was looking at my dad. My dad had tears in his eyes. I also had a family friend of us (Dhar family) who came to support me. It was a wonderful experience.


Did you get a chance to play with any other Indian Players?

Yes, I practice every year for 3 weeks in Prakash Padukone Academy in Bangalore. And I get to play with some of the best players in India. Also I practiced a lot with Sayali Ghokale during her contract with Täby Badminton.



From your busy schedule of tournaments and schools , what else do you do when you get free time?

I like to bake cakes. I do it when ever I get some time. My brother also encourages me to bake since he likes it. I also watch some programs on Internet

How do your teachers and students co-operate with you at school , when you are busy with tournaments?

I think I have the best possible school (IES,Täby) ever. The teachers are more than happy to help me in my studies, since I miss a lot of school sessions due to my practice and tournaments.

My school has helped me in reorganizing my time table to suit my practice. I get around 6 hrs of time from school for extra practice. The school has organized an extra tutorial for me to catch up with the lessons.

My classmates are very sweet, they understand my situation and are always willing to support especially in the group assessments.



U13 player Ashwathi Pillai won the A-class in Gothenburg - Taby BM - Badminton 


Who are the people you admire in the badminton world and outside?

I am definitely inspired by Carolina Marin (the new world champion). She is my idol. She has proven that it is possible for a non-chinese and especially an European to be a world champion.

Outside badminton, I admire Deepika padukone a lot. I meet her father (Prakash Padukone) during my 3 weeks practice in Bangalore.

Is Sweden a better place for kids to develop their talents?

I can’t compare because I have not played /practiced  a lot outside Sweden. But I think the club culture in Sweden helps a lot to develop talent. 



 Swedish Olympic committee’s  camp which had 110 participants from various sports. 



Achievements in Tournaments

   Gold Medalist of 2013 Swedish National Championship (SM) U13 in WS.

   Youngest player to qualify for the Swedish Elite competition and compete against the top elite players.

   Gold medalist of 2014 Swedish National Championship (SM) U15 in WS

   Gold medalist of the Glasgow International open in women singles U15 category    

   Gold medalist of Elit/U19 Uppsala 2014 in Women singles 

   Gold medalist of GotElit 2014 in women singles in U17

   Currently ranked No. 1 in women singles U15 and 16th in women elite singles.

Awards & Recognitions 

   Awarded the Prestigious Player of the year (Girls Junior) 2012-2013 in Stockholm with prize money

   Awarded the BENGT ERIK HOIJERS stipendium for 2013 with prize money

   Youngest player to qualify for the Swedish Elite class tournaments

   Regularly features on the local news papers and Club website

   Regularly features in the website of “Internationella Engelska Skolan, Täby”


Latest news :

   Ashwathi is been invited by the Swedish Olympic Committee (SÖK) to be part of the Olympic youth program.

   Ashwathi has qualified to play the Swedish Masters Challenge International tournament. This is Ashwathi’s 1st step in the senior international circuit.

   Ashwathi has been chosen by the Swedish Olympic committee to be part of the youth camp for the next 3 years.This objective of this camp is to prepare the players for the 2020 olympics and onwards.

   Few top corporates and sports equipment manufacturers are in discussion with Ashwathi about sponsoring her sports activities for 2015 and onwards

   Ashwathi has been given admission into the National Sports gymnasium for badminton.

   Interview in Mitt i Taby 




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Truecaller - One of Stockholm's best Startup

by Administrator1. June 2014 15:43


What is Truecaller



Search Indie had a brief discussion with Truecaller at their HQ at Kungsgatan , Stockholm on March. We decided to meet Truecaller once the great news of Investment from India was announced and 3 Indians working with them.


Kim (Marketing Manager) along with Tanu(Test Lead) participated in the discussion where we discussed extensively about Truecaller early days , culture , India , Investment , Tanu’s experience with previous companies and Truecaller.

Why Truecaller ?

Tanu :  I was working with Plingm(now Zaark) when I heard of Truecaller which was again a startup. So when I explored more about Truecaller I felt that it's really an interesting app and has a huge growing presence in India . Moreover I have had already worked with big companies in India , so thought working at a startup that too in Sweden will be fun. 

Your Experience back in India ?

Tanu : I worked as CDMA Protocol test Engineer in India  on various telecom technologies and companies like Sasken , Alcatel Lucent, Qualcomm & Reliance Comm.

Experience working with Startups?

Tanu :  Its really fun working with startups since most of the population in Startups are young people who have lot of ideas and wants to do interesting stuff , which is not the way a traditional big corporation works. There is less hierarchy in Truecaller, we sit with our CEO during work and have lunch together.

There may be risks working with startups, but I am open to face those, because I feel there is equal risk in working at big companies too when recession hits.

Work culture in Truecaller and experience back in India ?

Tanu : The work culture in the companies which I worked back in India and in Truecaller is truly different both on the professional and  personal front.

There is lot of energy in startup companies whether its new ideas or process or new way of working and I am free to do different kind of activities like helping HR andMarketing people with some new ideas related to my culture and people.

We can go and tell our crazy ideas to boss and others and make it happen , but working in a big corporation I rarely get a chance to reach the management and raise my opinions/ideas , since most often we are provided with specifications and we are supposed to work according to it.

Since I have a family here , I am totally able to manage my work-life balance very well.

What are the India plans and how do you think you can contribute?

Kim : We will continue what we are doing now. We will of course put lot of focus and money to grow the market in India considering one of the biggest and fast growing market in the world. We haven’t done any marketing for Truecaller, since the product itself did the marketing for us.

But of course we do some marketing but we will clearly look on the benefits we going to get by doing a campaign or advertisement. We are not sure whether we do some big marketing campaigns with film stars or sports stars.

 We had a partnership with Shah Rukh Khan last year.


As a marketing manager my goal is to make any money we put on marketing efficient and cheap as possible.

How do you keep the vision/goal/culture at Truecaller where there are people from different countries work together?

Kim & Tanu:  The people who comes here are not coming to work, they come here to do something they love, and something they are passionate about, so then we don’t need to drive them, they are self-driven. We make sure that we recruit people with the right attitude and technology and skills comes as the 2nd priority.

Since we have good culture and vision in the company , after a certain period the new recruits will easy gel with the new work environment.

We are a very multi-cultural company, 70% of people don’t speak Swedish. Our vision is very simple, we want to become the world’s largest verified mobile community. Any small step/task we do will lead us to this goal.

We are transparent in our company and to our stakeholders , as soon as we feel we achieved something , we share it with everyone and always try to celebrate it , which helps the employees motivated and keep the momentum.

If we look at culture wise, the 2 things which unite every one may be the ping-pong table and the awesome food of these different cultures J

We feel the major factor which unite us is respect to each and everyone’s culture and country.

First expression on hearing the big news about Investment

It’s of course one of the best moments for any startup to have such a great investment from one of the reputed Investors Sequoia Capital, since they are really choosy about the companies they invest.

It’s of course a big motivation for us for all the hard work we done, and we celebrated it’s a big way.

 We had 3 important people joined us for the celebrations , Sweden Trade Minister Ewa Björling , Her excellency Mrs. BANASHRI BOSE HARRISON Ambassador of India to Sweden and U S Ambassador’s wife Natalia Brzezinski.



But we are not going to take this success to our head and celebrate it in a big way , Truecaller has a big vision and really good roadmap so we going to spend the money really wisely rather than spend lavishly on the office and employee facilities.


 Photo Courtesy: Embassy of India

Will Truecaller be more active with Indian Events/Festivals happening in Sweden or back in India?

Kim : We have strategic decisions for India so we try to work with meaningful campaigns which gives us good output. We already have brand ambassadors in India who work with Mobile operators and others to see what’s good for Truecaller.

I have travelled to India recently to meet the ambassador and Truecaller community to understand more about the possibilities for us.

Photo Courtesy : Truecaller Instagram

Mr Alan Mamedi, Truecaller at India Unlimited Event.
Photo Courtesy: India Unlimited.

 Tell something about Truecaller team

Truecaller Team

Since Truecaller is a global product, we have a very diverse team, we have employees from many parts of the world. This makes us a really interesting company since each of the employee can contribute a lot when we have customers from those countries, say it is translation, understanding culture or happenings in local market.

This concept also makes our product very unique since we can design/develop our product for a truly global market. We celebrate many festivals in our office and share opinions with colleagues about the political/social happenings occurring around the world.

The team is super energetic that we have a tough time managing the ideas we get from all the employees. Since we all work towards a common vision and goal we all know what is important for us right now so we prioritize all these wonderful ideas. Our company is very transparent so each one has the opportunity to tell their ideas and play multiple roles during some point of the project.

 We concluded our discussion by visiting Truecaller workplace where all the action happens and having short talk with other employees and taking some photos.


 Here are the recent News about Truecaller in Media

India is our biggest market with 29 million users: Truecaller founder Alan Mamedi

Truecaller raises $18.8 million in Series B funding

Twitter partners with Truecaller to increase user base in India

Truecaller’s Scorching User Growth in India: 22 Mn & Counting!

TrueCaller born out of anger says co-founder Alan Mamedi



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Experience India - My 1st Onam Celebrations – Jennifer Sandström

by Administrator30. December 2013 00:00

Jennifer hails from Gällivare currently living in India , she is an incurable dreamer in love with life. She just finished her internship at an IT company in Kochi, within Sales and Marketing , now setting off for new adventures. Jennie tells her experience about the wonderful Onam celebrations she had at her office in Kochi


 Onam was celebrated in grand way at my office Brigde Global IT Staffing. We were all dressed up according to the Indian traditional way, the women dressed in saris and men dressed in Mundus.




This is most of my colleagues here in India. The artwork on the ground in front of us, it's floral artwork can be seen everywhere these Onam times (and even in the grocery store that is so small and tight, they put out these flower leaves on the floor). It is to welcome the king who according to the saga comes to visit his land once a year.

So this is why Kerala is celebrating Onam and it is one of the biggest festivals here, comparable to Christmas I guess.On the main day of celebration everyone is free from work, and eat lots of food (Onasadya) with their loved ones.


This is Shintu and Aswathi, two colleagues that I work very close to. They are part of our marketing team.



The foreigners. This is the two Germans who just started their internship at the Bridge and whom I also live with, Judith to the left and Moritz to the right, next to me.


This is the dance they perform on Onam and it was very beautiful. Indians love to dance and sing, and I love it! Would you like to see a little video clip that I shot of the dance, you can do it here


Then, it was time for food. We hung out at the balcony on the roof of the office and they rolled out long mats for us to have the food at. Then they ran around and served 'Onasadya' or 'meals' as they are normally called, on the big banana leaves. It's a very classical type of dish here; lots of little dips, all vegetarian, with rice and pappadam (a crunchy 'fried' bread). You can eat as much food as you like and it’s very yummy.



The Indian women are so incredibly beautiful in their saris. I feel mostly like I’m a wannabe who is just imitating, I don’t feel like I’m supposed to wear this kind of dress. The saris in bright colors matched with golden jewelry looks stunning when the Indian women wear them with their black hair and dark skin tone – I watched them with envy.


Getting dressed sari is an art - not even all the women here know how to do it. I think most Indians find it very comfy to wear, and I might look so at first glance – but I found it very hot and when walking in the stairs it was really just in my way. But in summary I found it a nice experience and I’m glad to get the opportunity to take part in real Indian celebrations like Onam. 


Read my adventures in India here : jennifersandstrom.se

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Veronica Tjerned och Den asiatiska dansakademin

by Administrator16. October 2013 16:11

What is this burning desire… ?
What is this yearning, beating inside of me?
Why me, being born here, constantly longing to go there… To find its gone.
( Ur, Jaga en dröm © Veronica Tjerned 2010)

In my early teenage, I experienced a vision during one summer holiday. I realised I wanted to learn dance and to use my body to express a story. The same autumn I investigated all dance schools and found a small advertisement for Indian classical dance. It was exactly what I wanted, expressive, rhythmic and story telling.

That was my starting point and after that followed a long rocky path where I not only tried different classical dance styles from South India, but I also tried to tame my body into the western dance system. Being a Swede and being a western girl, I should stick to my roots! But my body doesn't correspond well to Western dance, and it just felt like simple make up, while the Indian opened up something deeper inside of me… a craving and a need, something bigger than life. So started my quest that made me sacrifice a good career, money and family.

In 1999 I received a scholarship to study in the UK and there I got in touch with kathak dance, the classical dance form from Nothern India… it was like coming home. Since then kathak has been the beat of my blood stream. And finally in 2013 I received an ICCR scholarship to learn kathak for a longer time span in India. My teenage dream finally fullfilled!

For three years I studied kathak at Bharatya Vidya Bhavan in London 1999 - 2002. It was not my plan to move back to Sweden, it just happened and in 2003 we organised our first Indian classical dance and music event at Skulpturens hus / Vinterviken, with guest musicians and dancers from UK/ India. That event was the starting point for our organisation, Den asiatiska dansakademin, which is celebrating its ten years of existance in 2013/2014. Its called academy as our aim is to invite top class artists and musicians with an academic background to enhance and develop the general knowledge of Indian classical dance and music in Sweden. Every year since then, we have arranged camps for intensive training where students can receive talim in North Indian classical dance and music. Also, dance projects have been organised and performances with guest artists arranged. We also try to promote artists living in Sweden and to nourish the second generation of kathak dancers and hindustani musicians.

Sometimes I wish the students could understand how fortunate they are to receive everything they need here. They don't need to leave Sweden to learn, as I have done, and honestly every step learnt I have spent almost one year to get. 


I will spend most of the academic year 2013/14 in India and some of my senior students will run my classes. It makes me very happy to know that there has been a small imprint of all the hard work I have done during my ten years in Sweden trying to create a space and place for kathak. 

What are the future plans for DADA ?

The goal is to develop DADA further, to arrange more camps and invite more dancers and artists as well as boost our younger generation. To foster a knowledge that Indian classical dance is an artistic expression and when you can master it, you can express all the sentiments of human nature.
We have great plans on how to celebrate DADA's 10th year anniversary and I will let you know more about that in the beginning of next year. So far, I am happy to know that my dance classes are going to start on Sundays at Sensus, Medborgarplatsen, Stockholm.

How are you gonna spend your time in India this year and next year

My present life in India contains studies in kathak, tabla and hindustani singing. Its such a fantastic experience to feel I have time, with no stress; just me, my Gurus and to learn. And what ever I will learn, I will come back and share with you in Sweden… 

India has the oldest and greatest dance tradition in the world. Please don't let it down. In the UK some of the biggest cultural exports in recent times have been British born with South Asian origin. Let us help the young generation here to develop their artistic sense and knowledge and not to dilute it into some multicultural, kitsch, colourful and non complicated entertainment at city festivals. It deserves the same respect as our stage art forms being presented on stage in Stockholm. Good art is always good art and should never be simplified; it should be respected and given space. 

Brief history of Veronica Tjerned and Den asiatiska dansakademin.


Project run by DADA and Veronica Tjerned:

  • TAAL – Två sidor av mig. 2008. Kathak dance and music project for young kathak dancers living in Sweden. Music composed by Debasish Mukherjee, Kolkata.
  •  I min del av stan, 2009. Kathak dance and music project for young kathak dancers living in Sweden. Music composed by Debasish Mukherjee, Kolkata.
    Both projects dealt with identity, to be born in Sweden with Asian origin. Can I become a kathak dancer without having to leave Sweden? Can I listen to hindustani music and Hip hop?
  • Siden vägen – sidentes väg 2009. A poetic story based on silk and emotions created by silk. Music composed by Debasish Mukherjee, Kolkata.
  • Dance production for children. Min storasyster Anarkali. ( this production was selected by Stockholms länslandsting, för Kultur i vården för barn.
  • Solo performances with live music. Debasish Mukherjee on tabla.
    Stockholm water price, Blå hallen, Stadshuset.
  • Vox Pacis. Stallet. Stockholm sangeet conferens. Oceanen, Zebra dans m fl.
    Soloperformances to recorded music.
    Nybrokajen 11, Musiker utan gränser.
  • Stockholms kulturfestival. Brokiga Bengalen. Internationella steppfestivalen/ Södra teatern. Zebra dans.
  • Veronica gives workshops and lecture demonstrations all over Sweden and Europe and has develop a unique style to teach indian dance and culture to younger children.


Guest artists

Musicians associated to DADA.
Debasish Mukherjee, tabla. 

Kathak dancers that have been connected to DADA.
Hanna Mannila, Quincy Charles, Nikki Grainger, Prasant Shah, Lajja Sambnath, Natalia Ivanova, Sushmita Ghosh, Sujata Bannerjee and Mitul Sengupta.


Veronica is educated, danspedagog, at Dans och Cirkus högskolan i barndans, pilates och kleinteknik.
Skapande dans steg 1, 2 och 3 på Stockholms musik pedagogiska institut.
Aerobics instruktör S.A.F.E
Balett akademin yrkesförberedande. Kulturamas danslinje, Härnösands folkhögskola och Commediantlinjen.
Bharatia Vidya Bhavan. London.
She has been connected to Hari Mohan Surabitan institute in Kolkata between 2007 – 2013 and is an ICCR scholarship student at Ballygunge Rhythmosaic school of dance institute 2013/14. 


Veronica Tjerned






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