Team TabooDana

Jim Tharakan

Jim is an HR leader for a Danish company for a living and is currently based in Chennai. He is a decent storyteller, a good facilitator, great at failing and rising again, a passionate traveler, an open water diver, and few other muses adding drama to his life.

Akanksha

Akanksha is a Technology Leader at Indian Unicorn and is based in Delhi NCR. She likes to dabble in anything creative like storytelling, painting, poetry, writing, and more. She has interests in philanthropy and keen development intent around reading in children. Wonderleaf Club is a 4-year-old book club and a learning space for children hosted by her.


Our Belief

When we are growing up, there are a lot of things which we do and talk about in our innocence. At times because they sound funny, at times because someone said don’t do it and at times because they make us feel grown up.

Gradually, we start forming perceptions about what is right and what is wrong, what is out of the ordinary and goes against the norm. This can be a practice, a culture, or a person or a thing.

We believe in providing a place where anyone can express, discuss, vent about anything which is a Taboo.


Vision and Mission

Our mission is to invest time, energy and money in building a society which is excepting to the exceptions.

We do that, by creating programs and holding listening circles, providing necessary resources.

Amidst the COVID-19, Taboodana holds space to reflect, discuss and learn from peer stories and journeys and be untwisted. There are professional performances every month under “Avow Tales and Talks”. We regularly have Instagram live in the eveings. We are also open to publishing taboo stories and experiences on our blogs – T Tales and Khichdi

Let’s make something together

We are open for exploring partnerships like hosting Story tellers, Talk Shows, Listening Circles.

If you have something interesting in mind or even mundane but need a sounding board, reach out to us.

We would love to hear from you

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