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I grew up in the north and south of India and Singapore, and moved to the United States for university.

I am a 2015-graduate from the Graduate School of Arts and Science at New York University, where I pursued an interdisciplinary master’s of arts in the humanities and social thought, concentrating in philosophy, literary theory and comparative literature at the Center for Experimental Humanities. Prior to that I attended Babson College for four years, where I received a bachelor’s of science degree in business in 2012, completing a double concentration in entrepreneurship and the literary and visual arts. I also completed a summer-intensive creative writing stint at Exeter College, University of Oxford, in 2010, among other writing experiences.

I have worked in publishing as an editor at Penguin Random House India for almost four years, as a freelance editor for a hot, continuing minute, previously served as an editor of fiction and poetry on micro-press publications, and contribute my writing frequently to a range of small press journals and digital publications from The Aerogram to Enormous Eye. I presently work at an art gallery in New Delhi, where I am learning to bake (art) pies and stick my finger in every one of them (process).

When I'm not eating a chocolate truffle a day or making long-distance phone calls, I'm working on my debut novel – a philosophical lit. novel for millennials, following a few days in the life of an existential twenty-something female artist – for which I'm seeking agent representation. 

I live and work in New Delhi, India.