Members of all-female Indian rock band Meri Zindagi (from left) Anamika Jhunjhunwala (drummer), Niharika Dubey (piano), Parul Awasthi (guitar), Jaya Tiwari (founder, singer, lyricist), Saubhagya Dixit (percussion/singer) and Poorvi Malviya (guitar). Members of all-female Indian rock band Meri Zindagi (from left) Anamika Jhunjhunwala (drummer), Niharika Dubey (piano), Parul Awasthi (guitar), Jaya Tiwari (founder, singer, lyricist), Saubhagya Dixit (percussion/singer) and Poorvi Malviya (guitar).
Members of all-female Indian rock band Meri Zindagi (from left) Anamika Jhunjhunwala (drummer), Niharika Dubey (piano), Parul Awasthi (guitar), Jaya Tiwari (founder, singer, lyricist), Saubhagya Dixit (percussion/singer) and Poorvi Malviya (guitar).
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India’s first female rock band sings for gender equality and empowerment

  • Meri Zindagi’s songs tackle major social issues that women regularly face in India, such as domestic violence, female infanticide and child marriage
  • Band members draw inspiration from the everyday lives and struggles of women

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Members of all-female Indian rock band Meri Zindagi (from left) Anamika Jhunjhunwala (drummer), Niharika Dubey (piano), Parul Awasthi (guitar), Jaya Tiwari (founder, singer, lyricist), Saubhagya Dixit (percussion/singer) and Poorvi Malviya (guitar). Members of all-female Indian rock band Meri Zindagi (from left) Anamika Jhunjhunwala (drummer), Niharika Dubey (piano), Parul Awasthi (guitar), Jaya Tiwari (founder, singer, lyricist), Saubhagya Dixit (percussion/singer) and Poorvi Malviya (guitar).
Members of all-female Indian rock band Meri Zindagi (from left) Anamika Jhunjhunwala (drummer), Niharika Dubey (piano), Parul Awasthi (guitar), Jaya Tiwari (founder, singer, lyricist), Saubhagya Dixit (percussion/singer) and Poorvi Malviya (guitar).
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