Megha Jain is an Indian artist, wife, mom, and sitarist (like a guitarist, but she plays the sitar). She expressed herself though painting all throughout her early adult years and found satisfaction in the mastering of ancient Indian techniques upon a canvas. Megha is a woman of esteem and devotion, so when she married at the age of 22 she became consumed with the endless responsibilities that came with being the wife of the eldest son of a big Indian family. The new role of wife, mother, and caretaker became her main priority and painting became a rarity. But, over the years, as her children grew more independent and she became more confident in her ability to manage her household, Megha longed to paint again. Megha ultimately gives credit to her husband’s gentle persistence for the revival of her dreams to create art. Megha’s message to women is to find balance. She believes family and the pursuit of personal dreams are equally important, and that one cannot exist without the other. Megha’s art embodies her beautiful beliefs and selfless spirit, which is why her work is a personal favorite of ours.