Saadath Mohi-Ud-Din Bhat, commonly known as EverythingisntCaaDath CEO and founder of “Aao Unhe Yaad Karai” hailing from the Hutmurah village of South Kashmir’s Anantnag district.
Saadath , who is making a humble attempt through his short videos, poetry, Standup Comedy and podcasts to entertain people, and disseminate the message on Socio-cultural issues.
With his hard work and urge, In a short span of time, Saadath created a niche in the virtual world.
Saadath started his journey In 2015 by creating short videos of Acting, dancing, and poetry for YouTube due to which he came into the limelight.
Recently he have started a Kashmiri Podcast series “Aao Unhe Yaad Karai” in which Sufi Kalams of ancient Sufi saints are podcasted. .
Saadath believes in channeling the creative urges in order to produce unique artwork by the passion of Acting, dancing, poetry, and much more.
Despite being a medical student , Saadath recently launched his Android Application of his Podcast”Aao Unhe Yaad Karai,” in which he is propagating Kashmiri Sufi poetry written by Sufi Saints and prominent native poets. The motive behind it is to keep the taste of Kashmir language alive.
His work is available on audio digital platforms like Spotify, Apple Music Radio Republic, Pocketcaste, and Jio Saavn.
Kashmiri youth mostly teenagers are feeling inferiority while verbalizing in the native language. “They felt that speaking in Kashmiri makes them inferior or backward.” So, this is his minute contribution towards the Kashmir culture and language.
He have also published an eBook of his Podcasts “Aao Unhe Yaad Karai” on Google
He is also making videos (vines) on Social awareness which contains the theme about prevention from COVID-19, Blind donations, Online Classes in Kashmir, youth and the bikes, etc.
EverythingisntCaaDath is born out of a combination of education, training, and experience, which allows his perspective as an artist to remain traditional yet in the contemporary era.
“Art is how he battle against the indifference of humans and offers new ways of viewing the world”