A Creative Writer by profession and a traveler by heart.
I enjoy trekking and visiting the faraway mountain villages in my spare time. Many of my pieces are directly influenced by these walks in nature. I love recreating the stories of the people and places I've visited in my work.
Travel and Happiness
Through my travel blog, I attempt to capture and document my travel stories and personal experiences.
Read up on some of the stories.
For the Book Dragons
Kathaavali is a book club/home library that aims to bring back the reading culture and encourage young minds to engage in the fun of reading paperbacks.
One from the sketchbook
This is my little creative corner where I explore, learn, have fun, and create.
I work with watercolors and ink and mostly engage in zen doodles, DIY crafts, watercolor paintings.
When the right brain is at work.
I'd love to have you visit my art shop on Redbubble.
Browse through to find my designs and artworks on plenty of merchandise that you can buy or gift someone.
Each species of our planet’s biodiversity, no matter how big or small, plays a very important role in maintaining a healthy ecosystem and thereby keeping the Earth, and us, alive.
Whenever someone mentions the Himalayas in any conversation, you’re simultaneously reminded of both adventure and serenity. There’s something majestic and mysterious about these mountains...
The sun shone brightly in the clear sky. The breeze got warmer with the rise in mercury. The port was busy with the incessant arrivals and departures of archaic ships laden with goods and wealth.
Remember while growing up how curious we were about everything around? How delightful it was to watch the rainbow for the first time. How fascinated we were to see the aircraft for the very first time.
Ever wondered why is it that some of us are musically inclined but know not a thing about cooking? Or that how some of us are great at driving but not that great with numbers?
One of my literary works, a poem titled "Not a bride anymore" was published in the eFiction India magazine in the October 2014 issue.