A couple years back I had been told by someone close to me that teenagers have no space in politics, I am here to prove them wrong.
Writing, like most other form of arts, is an expressive outlet. In this blog, I write about breaking sexist institutions, expanding our idea of equality and acceptance, and about striving to create a society that is proud of its vibrant diversity.
It is so important in this day and age for us to strive for change and to work for those who are not as privileged as us. Equality is the only form of tangible utopia.
I like to believe that my writings are half decent and I hope that at least some of you take back a positive message from these posts.
I have a column at Feminine Collective: An Iridescent Mind with Paakhi Bhatnagar where I write poetry about the elements of existence and the expanding enigma of our minds. I am a regular editor of creative non-fiction, fiction and poetry for Polyphony H.S. I love spending my spare time volunteering with a beautiful non-profit organization: Feline Friends; and dedicating my summers to volunteering with Jeev Aashraya.