With a mission to change lives through her system of Oracle numerology that combines through simple storytelling of parables and art, Saudamini Mishra is versatile and a hardworking entrepreneur Numerology has been an unexplored field and people are unaware of the level of guidance it can provide by combining the rationality of order, sequence and logic with the irrationality of faith so far it’s been looked upon as a relatively dry subject as it focuses on numbers and arithmetic and Saudamini reversed the complete thought by infusing it with vibrancy fun and reliability through her art and storytelling based on real life. She sees it as a way of contributing to society by putting an everlasting positive impact on the reader’s life in turns of self-empowerment, self-dependent and self-love.
Saudamini has her schooling in modern school, Barakhamba Road from science stream. She belongs to a well-versed family where her father is a proud retired serviceman from the corporate sector and her late mother had been an artist and a freelance journalist and later become a full-time homemaker, her grandfather was a scientist, head of Dept. of Biophysics at AIIMS and inventor of the artificial kidney system and grandmother was the pioneer of nutrition in India, being the first dietitian of the country and head of Dept. of Nutrition at AIIMS. After her schooling, she became an alumnus of Kamala Nehru College Delhi University with History Honors as a major subject and topped for three years. Since then w, she was an aspiring author and active member of the creative writing society of her college. She is a formally trained violinist in western classical music from Trinity College London and gave a no. of recitals including at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
She stepped into the world of art in 2010 when she began sculpting and paintings abstracts. While in the first part of the year 2011, some of her abstract paintings were taken on a commission basis at the picturesque gallery and participated in the first group exhibition of her sculptures.
Then miraculously, with no background or training in painting, she began to paint hyper-realistically (a genre of painting as yet mostly unexplored in India and it stems from photorealism, with details so relating that the painting is indistinguishable from a photograph) and landed her first group exhibition of paintings in the year 2013. Since she had no background or training in this field and was self-taught, she got considerable attention and was widely covered in the media.
Saudamini with her focus and dedication has proved that if you have that uniqueness, you can achieve milestones.