Indoindians Extraordinary Woman Awardee for Arts & Culture: Shanthi Seshadri

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Indoindians Extraordinary Women Awardee for Arts & Culture Shanthi Seshadri

Indoindians Extraordinary Woman Awardee for Arts & Culture: Shanthi Seshadri

Shanthi Seshadri can be a described as a woman with a very dynamic personality. She can manage multiple roles with great ease. On top of that, she is multitalented. Despite being that way, she is very generous and not hesitant to share her skills with other people.

Shanthi Seshadri is a cherished veteran of the Indian community in Jakarta, Indonesia. Her most recent contributions to the community have been as President of India Club where she organized with the Indian and Indonesian embassies repatriation flights between Jakarta and New Delhi during the Covid crisis. She is on the committees of multiple organizations such as Indian Women’s Association (IWA) and Tamil Sangam to name a few.

Shanthi, along with her husband Seshadri, is also a pillar of the religious community in Jakarta, organizing the Pluit Srinivasa Temple’s weekly poojas and grand annual functions.

Shanthi, along with her husband Seshadri, is also a pillar of the religious community in Jakarta, organizing the Pluit Srinivasa Temple’s weekly poojas and grand annual functions.

Her contributions vary widely in range, including things such as teaching Tamil, prayers, painting and assimilating new families into the community. Outside of her social and charitable activities, Shanthi is a professional artist. While she has mastered the intricate Tanjore style of painting over the course of many years, she has also mastered Kerala murals, acrylic and oil. She has dabbled in many other mediums including Kalamkari, watercolor, Chinese, stain glass, feather, textile, dot, coffee painting, zentangle and most recently, color pencil portraits. She shares her passion with others by teaching those who are willing to learn.

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