POOJA SABHARWAL

Marwar - - Marwar Perspectives -

Fash­ion de­signer

Fac­tors such as ed­u­ca­tion and work-re­lated mi­gra­tions have led to the Mar­wari com­mu­nity chang­ing their out­look. Study­ing abroad has helped the younger gen­er­a­tions to get ex­posed to cul­tures and ex­pe­ri­ences on a whole new level. I feel that the com­mu­nity is mainly con­cerned with good val­ues. They have also be­come more lib­eral in their ap­proach to­wards new ca­reers and life­style choices like food. My par­ents have always sup­ported and en­cour­aged me. Since child­hood, I wanted to be­come a fash­ion de­signer and to­day I am very happy that I am liv­ing my dream. I am mar­ried into a Pun­jabi fam­ily and my par­ents sup­ported me whole­heart­edly in my choice. Per­son­ally, I am a veg­e­tar­ian, but I love to cook non-veg­e­tar­ian food for my hus­band and kids. I at­tribute my broad-minded at­ti­tude largely to my up­bring­ing.

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