2 weeks of being Covid +

2 weeks of being Covid Positive in New Delhi, India. Nearly 2 weeks ago my parents, domestic help and I officially tested positive for Covid. First, my grandmother had tested positive. She was largely asymptomatic and the only reason we got her tested is because she had mid fever and shivering for 2-3 days, which could … Continue reading 2 weeks of being Covid +

I’m Looking for Something in the Dark

I stumble in the dark, with my heart wide open. My mind is turbulent, yet it all makes sense in the moment. I look around, and I know you’re surrounded by light. Somehow it just passed me by.  I feel a breeze touch me, so cold and unknown. It felt a bit like you do … Continue reading I’m Looking for Something in the Dark

For You.

Hey you. Are you feeling lost, confused and in a daze? You can't seem to find the path that you once dreamt about, or feel the breeze after a long hot day, like you always longed for? Do you think about an ideal human connection, an openness and freedom to fail and falter all you … Continue reading For You.

I interacted with 5000+ students in a month, and it changed my perspective

I want to share an experience that left quite an impact on my perception on how we can make this world a better place. Children. Education is a powerful tool. The right curriculum, delivery mechanism and classroom techniques can help develop our children in every aspect of life. But education goes beyond what is taught … Continue reading I interacted with 5000+ students in a month, and it changed my perspective

To the person who plans to stick with me (is it actually possible?)

I need you to help me with something. I need to know how to believe in something good that happens to me, and how to believe that it won’t go away instantly.  It’s a dumb dumb insecurity of mine, I know. But I honestly struggle with it so much, that without any rhyme or reason, … Continue reading To the person who plans to stick with me (is it actually possible?)

The Grey Shades of Family

Family. The importance and influence of family around the world, especially in a close knit culture like India, is well known and documented especially through movies, TV shows, books etc. But more often than not, the importance of family is portrayed in a ‘always positive’ , ‘thicker than blood’, ‘no questions asked’ sort of a … Continue reading The Grey Shades of Family

Its Happening Again

Religious groups have started to grow suspicious of each other. Each wants their own autonomy, power grab and security for their respective groups. There are reports of violence erupting across the country. States are becoming witness to Muslims and Hindus killing each other. Politicians plead for peace and unity only when they realise that the … Continue reading Its Happening Again

The nuisance

--- I stare at the blank paper in front of me. Question number one asks me to define poverty. EASY! I chuckle at the idea that there are possibly people out there who don't know what poverty is. Poverty is the state of being extremely poor. Done. The next question asks students how they can help … Continue reading The nuisance

My Silence Enables Ignorance Around Me

Ignorance is all around me, in my home. I've always been a stern believer of progressive values and systems. I have been blessed in my life to have had the opportunity to make friends from across countries, castes, religions and classes. Every dissimilarity that I come across makes me more intrigued to understand that dissimilarity, … Continue reading My Silence Enables Ignorance Around Me


Over the past few months, I've had the good fortune to come across people who believe in uplifting others and empowering those around them. Many have termed me as 'brazen', 'brave', 'confident',  etc. I'm not trying to get social media affirmation in any way but when you live your life in a particular way which … Continue reading Unapologetic