Deepali Lindblom combines the best of dance and drama in a unique performing art of storytelling. Proficient in several folk dances, theater and puppetry, Deepali integrate them with ‘Kathak’, an Indian classical dance. Her artistic journey that began in India, took new dimensions in Sweden and now new directions in Montreal, where she presently resides. Her stay in these countries helped mold her art by lending their distinct influences, thus Deepali blends in the charisma of the East, the precision of the West and the best of in between. Deepali has performed and held workshops in many grass-root communities of rural and urban India. One such achievement was working with ‘Aasha’, an organization working in ‘Kamathipura’ Mumbai’s biggest red light district. Another was training 350 tribal youth in the northeast India. In 2001, Deepali initiated a very ambitious project, ‘Bhoomi’ (The Earth). Inviting 500 artists, from the seven northeasern states to Mumbai. In 2006 while living in Sweden, Deepali became a professional choreographer and dancer. She started projects that used art as a medium to promote the cultural identities of the immigrants. ‘Komma till Tals’ (Make your voice heard) the first of its kind in Sweden, was one such effort, a cultural centre for the youth. In Montreal where she arrived in 2008, was a decison for Deepali to work fulltime as an artist. Since then, she has performed in various festivals and events. In 2009, she wrote, produced and performed in two-part, dance-drama, ‘The Legend of Necklace’ and ‘Lha Gyalo’.