...A Musician I Would Be!
CFO|November - December 2017

...A Musician I Would Be!

If were not a CFO...

If I had to choose one alternate profession, it would definitely be around music and performing arts involving signing, composing, acting, etc. During my formative years, Ramcharitmanas and Jagrans made a huge impact on me and in college, a friend introduced me to Urdu shayari. Setting up the Symphony musical club at my current organisation 10 years back was the ultimate blessing for the musical fanatic in me.

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