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Sampoorna: [Preface][Foreword by Mr. Pranay Kumar, CEO, SBI Sydney]


ISBN-10: 0-9945929-2-2 

ISBN-13: 978-0-9945929-2-7 

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Leveraging 'People' Power of Sustainability

​​Sampoorna:The Brown Beauties of NSW Revisited 2018

In 2015, we conducted 'The Brown Beauties of NSW'- a major compilation of key socio-economic statistics related to Indian women residing in the state of New South Wales (NSW), Australia. The report established that majority of Indian women in NSW are qualified, English speaking and socially stable yet one-in-four women of Indian origin residing here has 'nil or negative' income and a large number of them were economically dependent on their male counterparts (ABS, 2012). The economic dependence of migrant women (with comparatively limited social support) not only impact their health and well-being but also have the potential of leading to social issues including that of domestic violence.

We pondered upon the questions as to how this ready pool of talent be further harnessed and utilised? How could the long-term economic well-being of one of the fastest growing women migrants in the state be secured? What can be done to convert what some said fiscal fantasy to feasible opportunity? And, how could they meaningfully contribute towards their adopted country’s economic and social development.

In 2018, we decided to not only revisit the facts through socio-economic research but also facilitate and focus on spreading the knowledge on financial literacy. We are thankful to State Bank of India (SBI), Sydney Branch for supporting this initiative.

Finally, we are delighted to have collaborated with well-known
contemporary Madhubani artist Mrs. Meenakshi Jha Banerjee, who created Sampoorna (please see the theme artwork) for us.


Sampoorna- (Sanskrit सम्पूर्ण) is an ancient word of Sanskrit origin which literally means ‘completeness’or ‘entirety’. Today, Sampoorna is more confident. Her wings signify her passion and will to fly. She is free to soar high. The owl beside her symbolise her association with wisdom and commerce. In Hindu mythology, Owl is the vehicle of Goddess Lakshmi- the goddess of wealth. In her womb, lies the future…

We believe, women’s economic empowerment is one of the key pillars for a society to prosper. Without which the society- it is incomplete…


Sampoorna launch date: 08 March 2018 [International Women's Day]