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I am Ramyata a housewife also a choreographer, fitness trainer and successfully completed certified phonics course.

I have done my graduation from Shree Chinai College of Commerce and Economics and Diploma in Finance from Wellingkar’s college Mumbai.

Worked for multinational companies like India Infoline and ICICI web trade.

“RAMYATA ”  this name is very unique unlike my personality, A simple Guajarati Girl with big dreams; confusion in her mind …is it ok to follow my dreams as I am a girl with short height.

Like others I wanted to be successful and Independent, belonging from a conservative family background it was my mother who always supported me indirectly.

Everyone in school used to laugh at me, make fun of me and make me feel low by calling “tingu” 

I was a short kid at school, through most of it I was the shortest girl in my year (give or take).

So I know how you feel.

And I know it’s never good to be teased about something you’re insecure about.

But…and this may sound controversial…the best way to cope with that is to not take yourself too seriously.

At the end of the day you may grow another inch, you may not…but in life’s plan you’re going to be a shorter girl.

Sure you can do some stretches and whatnot…but I don’t think they’ll do much else.

Maybe you can wear boots that give you an extra few inches…

So – accept it, and yourself, If some people make fun of you for being short, joke along with them – play it down. Be confident, own your height.

There’s no magic formula to suddenly make you six foot. But think of how many other good things you have in life, and how many talents you have or things that you’re good at.

Work out, play sports – be comfortable in your body, and confident in your height. It’s a part of you, you need to embrace it – let people have the odd joke, and always remember the things in life that you’re good at.

In my school life I was famous among teachers and got different opportunities to represent my school for Interschool dance competitions and bagged many trophies.

Gradually my friends were more curious to know why I was not giving any reaction.

But as they say “Be patient and tough, someday this pain will be useful to you.” I finished school education and I had many good friends who stood by me and supported me.

 I joined theater and won many Intercollege competitions, and this was the way I was introduced to “Dance”. The way music affects, the way I think and the way I move is uncommon.

I met Nishant in second year of commerce; and we both fell in love, but all love stories come with twist, Nishant was not Guju. So I had to go through lot of struggle to convince my parents for our relationship.

My most brilliant achievement was my ability to be able to persuade my parents for my love marriage and yay, we finally got married!!

As wife my role had been started, at first it was a struggle with new family member’s different style of living different traditions and difference in spoken language. But I fought against all these obstacles and managed to be an Ideal Bahu!!

I am a mother of two beautiful girls, and I keep pushing myself towards my passion. I had already quit my job; I was in difficult phase of life and went from anxiety to deep depression. 

Women always have a choice. We can throw in the towel or we can use it to wipe the sweat off our face. We, women almost always choose the latter

And then my first love came to rescue me i.e… “Dance”

I gave auditions for Dance India Dance supermom in year 2013 and year 2015; “What’s strange is that I didn’t go in expecting much, “as I was  34, a mother and homemaker on Dance India Dance Super Moms set  “I just loved reality shows and wanted to be one of those people living the fairytale dream.

 Though I didn’t make it in top 20 but I gained lot of confidence and since then there was no looking back.

Dance was my only cure. All ailments vanish when I am on the dance floor. Quitting a cushy corporate job wasn’t an easy choice, but equipped with a passion and a strong will, I decided to embark on journey of professional dance training.

I had joined Shamaik’s dance academy, I was first woman with kids in my batch; where I learnt different styles of dancing Hip-hop, contemporary jazz and various other forms of dancing.

It was not easy for me to leave my daughter’s and family behind and attend dance sessions but where there is a will ther’s always a way, my husband Nishanth and my mother in law supported my love and passion for dance.

I started my career as a dance instructor and a folk fitness trainer; I have students of all age group right from 3 years to 65 years of age and I teach different dance forms Bollywood, salsa, jive and many more

Till date I have choreographed around 250 dance performances.

I took up dancing as a hobby and today it’s everything for me; I have become more responsible as a teacher.

Three aspects — Managing work, family and personal time. Together they make you who you are. The formula to success is incomplete if one is missing or one overpowers the other. ​

“I am proud to be a dancer.”

Published by Raavya Sarda

Hi there! I am Raavya Sarda curious blogger and love to explore new things, I write about stories of people their dreams and struggles reflecting each individual is inspirational unique and relatable.

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