"We're all full-time moms and full-time employees. We're very busy. So we had to carve some time out. Usually our practices are late at night when the kids are in bed and meals done. Then we get together and practice," Hemal Tailor explained.
"We could not have even perceived an event like this 16 years ago. When we started this it was more for our community, and to bring India to them," Smita Borole said.