Mr. Arambam Boby, bodybuilder from Manipur speaks out and shares his story with FindingTheVoices. He is 4 times Mr. World, 12 times Mr. India and has bagged many other titles.
And yet Findingthevoices is the first to interview him. Another reason of why we are here, we beleive in the power of Internet, Youtube and sharing by the public covering voices which the media haven’t found.
Mr. Arambam Boby laments that when the state government of Manipur have ignored his achievements, what can he expect from the rest of India ? We as a community still need to progress in the field of recognition, learning to clap to celebrate achievements of an individual.
He expressed his thanks for the support, encouragement given by the Railway department in Guwahati, where he is currently posted. His team has been very instrumental in all his participations of the body building events.
This is the first part of his interview, where he shared about his story on how he got into body building, his journey and experiences on his winnings and his reflections and lamenting on the lack of encouragement and recognition.
Please do check out for the second part of the interview.
Born and raised in the violence-torn landscape of Manipur, I have a vision to promote and spread inspiring, empowering, educative & entertaining stories. I believe that we can create contents bringing the positive side of Manipur. I believe we can do this together by finding the voices, voices which needs to be heard and shared, voices of our own people, people of Manipur and well-wishers of Manipur. I believe that these voices will bring a change and connect all of us.
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Arambam Boby’s interview is the first I have seen in Findingthevoices. It’s a great effort and very much needed to reach out and share with the world… But one small suggestion I feel will broaden the reach of the programs is if you can add subtitles to whatever it is you are running. When people cannot understand whatever you are trying to express and share, people will not come or even if they do, they will move on without even bothering to find out what it is. If you want a wide and captive audience, the local language is not going to work. Subtitles is the answer. Justice a suggestion to help make it better. All the best.
Really impressed and inspired after gone through the Arambam Bobby’s history of victory in the journey of body building as a witness to the world that hard working with patient can achieved many things in life. salute you and praying for your continue to achieve more to show the world that Manipuries can do a lot for his nation. may God bless you every moment of your life’s journey.