International Equestrian Athlete – going for Olympics 2008
I grew up in Bombay, India, where I started riding horses at a very young age at the Amateur Rider’s Club (ARC). I was exposed to horses by my father, Adil, who grew up as an avid rider himself with a passion for horses. As part of the younger generation of riders at the Amateur Rider’s Club, I owe a lot of thanks to the adult riders at the time who kept a watchful eye on us kids, and volunteered a lot of their time to create a fun and educational environment for us young riders to gain experience…..
BEST FEMALE SOLO ARTIST AUSTRALIA – INTERNATIONAL MUSIC AID AWARDS 2006
HAS BEEN IN THE USA BROADJAM.COM TOP TEN CHARTS IN OVER 6 CATEGORIES
‘KARMA’ FINALIST IN WAM SONG OF THE YEAR – URBAN CATEGORY
Dhun Adenwalla: It was necessity and later a focused interest that made me an Educator of the Deaf. Our eldest daughter, Dinaz, was born deaf.
At the time, I was by profession a qualified librarian, having worked at the American Library, the British Council Library in Bombay and the British National Bibliography, the British Museum, London. And before qualifying as a librarian, I had studied fashion designing and dressmaking in London and worked for a leading weekly in Bombay.