Inviting you to view “A walk at Dzukou Valley” painting by Monica Ingudam which is on display between February 28 – March 17, 2019
Concourse Gallery, Visarts,
2nd Floor, 155 Gibbs Street, Rockville, MD 20850
A Walk at Dzukou ValleyOil Painting by Monica IngudamCanvas paper20 by 16 inch2019 Original – Available, Make an offer and make this painting yours.
The host is a very motivational figure and is none other than Monica Ingudam. She’s from the USA while her heart still resides in Manipur. Her looks and charisma while speaking makes the listeners so calm and cool. Having a strong family background from Kwakeithel, her love and dedication towards her father is commendable. Words can’t satisfy her stories.
Tampha’s Shirui Lily Oil Painting by Monica IngudamCanvas 11 by 14 inch2018Original – SOLD, found a home in India, proceeds to Palliative Care Society, Imphal, Manipur. Painting for fundraising for Palliative Care. My mother is a volunteer for Palliative Care in Manipur and her stories of the sick and near end patient she met during the team’s home visit touched me deeply. She shared about a little girl who has been bedridden from 5th grade. On asking what activities she […]
Dzukou lily of Manipur Oil Painting by Monica IngudamCanvas paper20 by 10 inch2018Original – SOLD, found a home at Australia, proceeds to Palliative Care Society, Imphal, Manipur. For the longest time, I have been working on the fundraising idea for Palliative Care but it hasn’t panned out the way I had planned. During my meditation with the centering thought “Linking energy and fulfillment. When I feel fulfilled, I have enough energy for anything needed” I got a thought of myself […]
A message to share my paintings by Monica Ingudam “Linking energy and fulfillment. When I feel fulfilled, I have enough energy for anything needed.“ Couple of years back, it was during one of my trip to Manipur, on a day I was scheduled to interview a Doctor to talk about the new initiative of Palliative Care. I got a call from the guy, who was supposed to help me with the recording, that he was not be able to make […]
By Tora Agarwala Published on 3rd June 2018 by IndianExpress, one of the popular Indian daily newspaper. Excerpts from the article: For Monica Ingudam, a 41-year-old Maryland-based Manipuri IT professional, home is far but certainly not forgotten. In 2012, she launched a podcast, findingthevoices.com, in a bid to bring together the voices of scattered Manipuris from around the world and — “ to change the stereotypical narrative, to let the world know that there are positive stories that come out […]
Categories: Media Coverage
The need to change the single story portrayed in the media Monica Ingudam, 13th Dec 2015 Today, I want to share a video of covered by iValley Talks. This video was shared more than 1 year ago way back in July 2014 with only 596 views. In this video, Kishalay Bhattacharjee talks about the danger of a single story from Manipur. Kishalay Bhattacharjee, an author, a senior journalist who has been with broadcast television for twenty years, seventeen of which he […]
I am sharing a documentary movie which covers about AFSPA, protests and situation in Manipur, voices from the common people, family and victims of AFSPA in Manipur. Monica Ingudam, 8th Jan, 2015 When I grew up, before learning any games to play like any other child would, my father taught what we need to do when we hear gun shots, how we need to prostrate, crawl and where we need to go where we will be safe. I grew up in […]