A science graduate who rediscovered her passion for writing and poetry during the COVID-19 pandemic.
I am someone who believes strongly in the saying
" The pen is mightier than the sword "
Therefore, I am open to opportunities where I can raise awareness and bring about change by wielding my pen.
You will find more details about me here.
Diaspora at 'Clubhouse'
People away from their homeland find solace in using Clubhouse, an audio-only app, by indulging in conversations relevant to their culture.
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Interview with Deepanker Khosla, an Indian Chef based in Thailand, who was one of the three winners of the Champions of Change award presented by the World’s 50 best restaurants academy.
‘SOS Global Indians’ the emergency support community for Indians across the globe
Exclusive interview with Michael Khanna, who created an all-inclusive online support community for Indians worldwide
I never learned
How to grip pencils and mold poetry.
I only tried to grip my feelings but
they spilled right out on the sheets
in front of me.
Now all those read them
call it poetry.