Akash Dodeja and Simran Dhanwani
Actor, Comedian ,YouTuber ,Vlogger famous actor from Ashish Chanchalani Vines as Jadoo
Akash Dodeja , the name that reverberates in the minds of the YouTuber, viewers watching the videos of "Ashish Chanchalani Vines".He is a famous pseudonym of "Jadoo" featuring in those videos , still counting millions of views under the enterprise of "Ashish Chanchalani Vines"
Simran Dhanwani is an actress , dancer , comedian has had worked in many of the "Ashish Chanchalani Vines". She seems to be the lone female personality to apole the flag of talent in every one of the videos produced under "Ashish Chanchalani Vines"
Founder of TheQuartProject, LGBTQ Activist, Writer, Poet
Arpit Bhalla is one of those few personalities on earth who are born just to break the shackles imposed by the taboo of being designated as either male or female and attracted only to the opposite gender. These people who hail the LGBTQ community just broadens the human perspective of thinking and understanding in mathematics what we know as probability that two specimens of the same gender of the same species might like each other. Arpit Bhalla rose to the occasion and looked that he lead a successful campaign against the TABOO which impeded the naturalism of his nature and literally against society which had been callows about his own feelings.
Indian National Fencer/ Athlete
An Indian National Fencer from Chandighad, India. She has won many National and International Awards and also have been to many countries to represent India.
Harsh Vardhan Shahi
Entreprenuer, Food Blogger
Founder Aurangabad Food Explorer Page:Social Media Community of 33000+ People.
1. ‘Excellence in Youth Leadership’ Award by YIN Sakal
2. Best Food Page of the City Award by Lokmat Times
3. Excellence of Digital Marketing of Food Category by MyFm 94.3
4. Entrepreneur Excellence Award 2019 for Social Media Marketing of Food Category by MyFM 94.3.
He is a Digital Marketing pioneer with regards to all things food in the city. He is the founder of Aurangabad Food Explorer group that was established two and a half years ago. The page has more than 33,000 followers which makes it the largest social media food page of the city. Aurangabad Food Explorer has been giving considerable popularity and market to the food industry in the city. Harshvardhan is the only person to provide marketing and business growth to any business activity related to food. He is a food blogger, a skilled and specialized food photographer, consultant in food marketing.
Developer of Worlds First Hindi speaking Humanoid Robot:"Rashmi"
Ranchi man Ranjit Srivastava,38, has developed an Indian version of ‘Sophia,’ a social humanoid robot developed by a Hong Kong based company, named Rashmi which can speak Hindi, Bhojpuri, and Marathi along with English.
The developer claimed it as the world’s first Hindi speaking realistic humanoid robot and India’s first lip-synching robot. Rashmi uses linguistic interpretation (LI), artificial intelligence (AI), visual data and facial recognition systems.
A master of business administration (MBA), Srivastava, who has expertise in software development of more than 15 years, has developed the speaking robot in two years at a meager cost of Rs 50,000.
RJ Nimi is a profound Radio jack, from Aurangabad. She has been mirchi's RJ from a very young age. She is well known for her contribution in clean India campaign running across Aurangabad
CEO of Divya Marathi Daily/ Founder of India's Left Hand Club.
Sandeip Vishnoi is currently the CEO of Divya Marathi daily. He is the man behind the left-hand foundation which works for the work welfare the lefthanders all across India.
Anti-human-trafficking crusader, Mother to thousand
Triveni Acharya is an Indian journalist and activist from Mumbai, best known for her work with the anti-sex-trafficking group the Rescue Foundation. The group was founded by her husband, Balkrishna Acharya, but Triveni Acharya assumed its presidency following his death in 2005. The organization is devoted to the "rescue, rehabilitation and repatriation of victims for human trafficking from different parts of India, Nepal & Bangladesh and sold for forced prostitution", and has been conducting "brothel raids" since 1993. The organization frees roughly 300 girls a year and also provides counseling, job training, and HIV testing. Because these raids often result in serious financial loss or imprisonment for sex traffickers, Acharya has received several death threats as a result of her work.
The Rescue Foundation has received several national and international awards for its work under Acharya's presidency. In 2008, the group received a Stree Shakti Award for Women Entrepreneurs.