Meeraqi Launches Its Brand New Website For Its New Local Business In Bangalore

26 October, 2017

Meeraqi is launching its brand new website, “Meeraqi”. The site is set to go live on October 27, 2017, available online at and is expected to become a big hit with fans of the arts comprising dance, yoga, theatre, music, photography, film making, martial arts, creative writing, design and meditation world.

More information on the website can be found here:

The website is built with the aim in mind for Meeraqi to be set up as an artists’ collective and creative space, which offers both professional and aspiring artists an avenue to expand their skillset, and express themselves through their chosen discipline. All who join Meeraqi in any capacity, are encouraged not only to learn different art genres including dance, yoga, drama, music, photography, film-making, martial arts, creative writing and meditation but also create their own artistic/thematic pieces and publish/perform in front of audiences.. There’s also particular excitement about this launch because It will open the doors of the online visitors to become the offline contributors in person.

Meeraqi sets its main focus on arts comprising dance, yoga, theatre, music, photography, film making, martial arts, creative writing, design and meditation. Website visitors as artists and arts enthusiasts will find a place to collaborate with their skills that’s as yet unavailable elsewhere. The website was designed and published by G B Singh who is an acclaimed SEO expert in Bangalore.

Sudeep Bhattacharya – The Executive Director in Meeraqi – has a professional background in photography and filmmaking. This helped shaped the creation of the business and the website through his passionate interest in arts.

When asked about why Meeraqi was created, Bhattacharya said: “to facilitate artists’ collaboration”

Bhattacharya has hopes that the business and the website will be a unique model for creating artists’ collaboration and creative space. This positive outlook is certainly testament to their optimism considering some of the mishaps during its creation. At one point it looked impossible to meet the launch deadline but then the obstacle was crossed in time.

In a recent interview, the author made a point of thanking all collaborators for their part in the creation of the business and the website, saying: “Sudeep thanks G B Singh for creating the website and all others who helped create the business.”

Those interested in learning more about the business and the website can visit here:

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