Seema Anandis a mythologist from London, a storyteller, and a doctor of Narrative Practices specializing in women’s narratives. She mainly gives her lectures on the topic of Kamasutra. She is well known for her acknowledged authority on Eastern Erotology. She had given several speeches on the Mahabharata of history and the Bhagavad Gita, Tantric philosophy and the Malaviyas, etc.
Seema works on the subject of reproduction of oral literature from India, which is associated with the UNESCO project for Endangered Oral Traditions of reproduction. She is not only an expert in this field but also, she is a well-recognized woman for her work of conducting soft skills training using storytelling and the Power of Narrative.
When Seema was only 19-year-old her father was assassinated at that moment, she suffered so much pain and trauma during her childhood and she decided that She will not pray or believe in God ever. That time her professor motivated her and said that you should not think about only pain and this mental trauma whereas you can learn so much through your life because life gives us the best lessons. Then she decided to make her career in stories and books after that she became a great storyteller.
Seema’s grandmother always supported her and her mother during their tough times and now she gives all credit to her family for her success today. She is an Indian mother of 3 kids and lives in London, United Kingdom.
She comes from a highly educated family since their ancestor; her great grandmother was a social activist and also an inspector of schools. The power of stories brought her back to her life and made her accept the troubles she may face in life and now she is living a happy and successful life.