Baisakhi Saha is an evolutionary artist. Her life journey has made her an artist of the heart. Her art is to inspire others and aspire to raise human consciousness on the planet. She belongs to the International Directory of Evolutionary Artists – IDEA, which is a global community of visual and performing artists, artisans and writers on a path of expanding consciousness, with a passion for contributing to change in the world, co-creating with Life, for life!
I love expressing myself in myriad ways, through dancing, designing, acting. writing, painting, fotomodeling, choreographing, composing, creating… I tell the story of my heart, of suffering and love, of pain and loss, of triumph and tragedy, of wisdom and foolhardy! In today’s times of separation & indifference, I like to spread the joy of true expression, the beauty of living from the heart and honoring our desires, the glory of trusting in the unknown and playing our biggest games in life! 😍
abunDance is a nine-letter dance, born while writing her first book magicNine, as an act of self-expression. It is dictated from the heart and dedicated to the heart, communing & communicating with consciousness, connecting with magic, dancing with infinity, shamelessly expressing our true desires. It is imperfect and flawed, passion personified, mania manifested, glory glamorized, the kind of dance life is made of…
“like the holy river ganga, i danced the sacred into being
this is just the beginning, the beginning of the beginning”
…so I started swaying, swirling, swooning to the song of my soul and before I knew it, I was dancing, in distant lands, seducing the spirits of strangers; that’s when this madness began, this insanity that keeps me sane, dance in abundance! In every country I lived, I learned a new dance form. In India, I learned Kathak and elementary Bharatnatyam as a kid. In Singapore (Asia), at University I learned Exotic dance of seduction. In Nigeria (Africa), I learned Salsa during my exchange program. In Venezuela (South America), I learned Belly dance. In Costa Rica (Central America), I started doing Indian dance shows, while also exploring Tango, Bolero, Bachata, Merengue, Cumbia, Lindy Hop and other forms of Latin expressions. Dance has no foreign accent! I dance because I dance, because I dance ♥
A budding actress and photomodel, she has done some Spanish & English short films, theater, documentaries, music videos, TV gigs, modeling photoshoots, film song translations and story writing. She now intends to turn her upcoming book, Nrit -the dream of finding the self, into a feature film post publication. You can also find her on IMDb.