Born in the intellectually vibrant university-town of Santiniketan, West Bengal, my early years were immersed in the cultural and academic ambiance for which the town is renowned. Santiniketan, the abode of Rabindranath Tagore during his later years and home to the educational institution he founded, laid the foundation for my formative years.
My upbringing was marked by constant migration alongside my artist parents, exposing me to the myriad cultures, identities, and beliefs that coexist within India, across states, along with its challenges and intricacies.
Academically, my interests span political science, architecture, urban planning, history, and design, being a current undergrad student of Political Science.
In addition to my academic pursuits, I hold the position of the head of Political Pandora, a youth publication with a global readership spanning over 125 countries. This role allows me to engage in meaningful discourse on contemporary political issues on a larger scale.
My involvement in social entrepreneurship has equipped me with valuable skills for effecting positive change around me. Over the years, I have been honored with various awards, including prestigious international distinctions such as the International Global Citizen's Award and the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award.
Approaching my blog as a platform for thoughtful exploration and intellectual growth, I prefer to share perspectives on a wide array of topics. My posts reflect my evolving understanding of the world, serving as a repository of insights, ideas, and opinions contributing to a deeper comprehension of the complex issues that shape our world.