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November 10, 2023

Self-belief and hard work leads Naomi Sommanavar to win IIAF Bangkok

Success is not a destination; it's a journey marked by self-belief, relentless hard work, and an unwavering passion for one's pursuits. Miss Naomi Sommanavar, a fourth-grade student at GIIS Hadapsar, exemplifies this with her recent triumph at India's International Art Festival (IIAF) in Bangkok, Thailand.


Naomi's dedication to her craft was evident as she clinched the 1st position in the Best Costume Award, leaving an indelible mark on the prestigious event. Additionally, her flair for Indo Western Group Dance earned her a well-deserved 3rd position. Her journey is an example of the idea that success is not an accident but the result of meticulous preparation and seizing opportunities.


The accolades bestowed upon Naomi are not just a celebration of her talent but a recognition of the relentless hours spent honing her skills at Margam Dance Academy for the past two years. A moment of immense pride arrived when she was awarded by the renowned choreographer, Mr. Ashish Patil.


Behind Naomi's success lies a powerful combination of determination, zeal, and the unwavering support of her parents. As the saying goes, "Success is where preparation and opportunity meet," Naomi's achievements are not just milestones; they are markers on a journey of continuous growth and accomplishment. Her story serves as a beacon of inspiration for all, reminding us that with self-belief and hard work, success is not just a possibility but an inevitability.


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