Kashvi Chandok, Editor-in-Chief
Kashvi Chandok is an independent editor and writer from New Delhi. Being part of the editing industry for more than 5 years now, she has been published with several award-winning literary magazines including Rust and Moth literary journal, The Bombay Literary Magazine, The Lit Archive, and the Rights Collective.
Recently, she’s been recognized as one of the 60 Young Changemakers by UNHCR from across the globe. She is the youngest person from Asia-Pacific to represent her country in the UN Women’s regional program to advance women’s rights. Kashvi has previously also worked with the UNDP, Delhi Commission For Women, Feminism In India, and Centre For Social Research. Her journalistic pieces have been published or are being published in London School Of Economics Human Rights Journal, UN Women, Feminism in India amongst others. She’s also leading India’s national coalition to implement the UNSC YPS agenda.
Nehal Lala, Founding Editor
Nehal Lala (she/her) is a Philosophy major at the University of Delhi. She is a mental health enthusiast and is always up for an engaging conversation on art, language, and literature.
Being a Psychology aspirant, she has a strong inclination towards studying the discipline’s intersection with other social sciences. At present, she is taking training under an established therapist and has previously interned with NPOs such as Light Up (EMF) in the field of Social Emotional Learning. Additionally, she has completed a certificate course on Gender Studies from the University of Delhi, and also holds intermediate proficiency in French.
She has been a part of the writing and editing industry since 2019 and is currently heading the English Creative Writing Society of her college as a part of extracurricular activities.
Arshiya Mahajan, Director of Communications
Arshiya is a Literature major at the University of Delhi. She is a marketing executive and a social media strategist with a deep-rooted interest in observing how demographic markets work. Over the past year, she has closely worked with 10+ startups across the globe and interned with The Indus Entrepreneurs’ Chandigarh Chapter. The Indus Entrepreneurs (TIE) is a Silicon Valley non-profit supporting start-ups.
She is also pursuing a certification in Corporate Communications from Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies. In her free time, you’ll find her obsessing over pretty cafes, Delhi’s culture, and consuming unhealthy amounts of caffeine. Oh, she is also an avid reader and debater (doesn’t get easy)!
Shubhangi Thakur, Head of Digital Media
Shubhangi Thakur is a third-year dental student at the University of PGIMS. She is very fortunate to be a part of a profession that focuses on helping others regardless of their circumstances. It’s a gift to be able to care for people in their most vulnerable times and she believes that shouldn’t just be restricted to dentistry- she wants to actively contribute to the development of society, eradication of educational disparity and gender inequality and, foster a culture of peace.
Over the past year, she worked with TFI to enable an atmosphere that promotes education for a deeper and more sustained impact for the underprivileged community.
She’s also pursuing a degree in English Honours from the University of Delhi and
a certification in Feminist Philosophy.
Shubhangi is someone who is dancing her way through life with an innate desire to learn. Her biggest nightmare is a mundane life so she tries to be over-enthusiastic about the most mundane things.