I am currently a post graduate graduate student at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Having pursued an undergraduate degree in law, from a National Law University, I dream of eventually pursuing a political career in my home country. Apart from pursuing regular academics and being active on the extra curricular sphere, I have been a part of the Red Elephant Foundation, working extensively on peace building through the means of storytelling and advocacy. For the past three months, I have been affiliated with an initiative, by the name of I Can Flyy, which trains differently able young adults in various vocational streams. My personal contribution is a project which is underway, that involves holding dance workshops for the kids for recreational and therapeutic l purposes.
I wish to conduct further research in the field of a possible interface between gender and religion or gender and special needs, and my association with I Can Flyy, is only the first step in the process.
On the personal sphere, I would describe myself as a typically ‘people’s person’, who loves to be a part of absolutely any initiative that strikes the chord with my values and principles. I have been a filmmaker, painter and also a teaching assistant (may I add, popular!) in my law school days.