Be your Own Boss

There is a magnet in your heart that will attract true friends. That magnet is unselfishness, thinking of others first; when you learn to live for others, they will live for you.

Paramahamsa Yogananda




Dr. Chidatmika Khatua, is an Indian social entrepreneur, Founder Managing Trustee of Aryabhatta Institute of education and technology. She is the Founder of India’s first Tribal Queen Contest, which created a bench mark in Indian history and is now being incorporated in Indian GK current affairs as “Who is the first Tribal Queen of India?” Her brain child project ADI RANIshowcased the talents of the tribal girls individually.  

She is also the General secretary of All India private school & children welfare Association, Odisha, State President of Anti Corruption Foundation of India & State President of National Crime Intelligence Agency, Odisha. She is CEO of “SAMAJARA AIINA“, a digital media channel. 

Now in COVID 19 Pandemic, her foundation SO AM I “hunger free Odisha Initiative” is working for needy throughout Odisha . 

 She has been conferred various National and International awards for her social contributions and, recently, Commonwealth Vocational University, Kingdom of Tonga, UAE conferred an Honorary Doctorate for Tribal development & her book on ADI RANI “Queen of Queens” was also launched during the  Doctoral Convocation.

Dr. Chidatmika Khatua earlier also received Honorary Doctorate for Peace Education, from United Nations University for Global peace, USA.

You can follow Dr. Chidatmika on 


As a woman, one has to learn to balance everything and take things positively. Care has to be given all departments of life, irrespective of whether it is at home or work. 

Her Mother.

She said “do certain things that make people remember you as Chidatmika; do certain things that would impact the society; wherever you stand, the line should start from there; follow your passion; be your own boss; be answerable to yourself”

Anything that gives me happiness is success. Success happens when you identify your true purpose and fulfil the same. My purpose is to inspire, impact, engage & motivate young  leaders, and, if they succeed, I have succeeded. Success and failure is a part of life. I celebrate both success and failure. You learn something from the failures also. By celebrating, you identify the reasons for failure and then move on to success again. Celebrate every moment of your life.

Some Tips given by Our Empress

Your thought is the seed. Bigger the seed, more the skills & energy needed. 

Whatever you do, do with passion, then you will definitely succeed.

Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself.

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