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CashKaro boss turns to the violin for busting stress

Rohan Bhargava plays the violin four to five times a week.

, ET Bureau|
Aug 09, 2019, 02.26 PM IST
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Rohan Bhargava, co-founder of CashKaro, says he’s always wanted to learn a musical instrument.
Rohan Bhargava, co-founder of CashKaro, says he’s always wanted to learn a musical instrument. In January this year, he finally made good of this resolution, and learnt to play the violin. “Playing the violin is a form of therapy that calms the mind and body. It helps me take my mind off day to day issues. I always turn to music for some ‘me time’ when I need to de-stress. I play the violin four to five times a week now,” he says.

Music has a lot in common with his work, he adds. “They both require dedication and discipline in equal measure. If you can allocate adequate time to both, the balance kicks in naturally. Music can even enhance efficiency at work. In fact, music has actually helped me cut down on other distractions,” Bhargava adds.

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