Solo Changers – The Best of Bengal

Solo Changers – The Best of Bengal

March 4, 2014

The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance. Bengal had voted for change three years ago, but true change can only come when the administration has the civil society by its side. It is not wise to expect a political party to change the system, without the support of the people.

Solo Changers

Bengal has produced many individuals – entrepreneurs, musicians, bloggers, photographers and others – who through their talent, and in their own small capacities, have made a difference to society. The onus of change is a responsibility to be shared by the people and the government alike. Solo Changers is an effort towards the sharing of this responsibility – an initiative to bring together the best of Bengal for interactive sessions.

The first meetup of this terrific social movement – a brainchild of Aninda Das, Sumana Chakraborty and Arvind – was held on March 1. Some of the brightest talents in Bengal – entrepreneurs, musicians, regular people – came together to discuss the struggles and the way forward.

The Solo Changers

And the Solo Changers were…

  1. Agnivo Niyogi
  2. Anirban Saha
  3. Arpan Kumar Mukherjee
  4. Arvind
  5. Pankaj Kumar
  6. Samantak Sinha
  7. Sheikh Sadaquat Hossain
  8. Steve Capell
  9. Sumana Chakraborty
  10. Surmi Roy
  11. Tanay Ghoshal
  12. Vijaya Das
  13. Harshit Mehta

The way forward

The journey has just begun and the road ahead is long. But surely, the word will spread. More change-makers will become a part of the journey, and through the interactive sessions, networking and sharing of ideas, Bengal will only prosper.

Written by Agnivo Niyogi for Team

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