Digital Content Creator
What I Do
I use digital content to amplify voices and give visibility to social issues
I’m an avid wildlife photographer and I’ve also interned with an NGO called Balipara Foundation to promote local artisans in Assam
I’ve directed and edited an award winning short film on paranoid schizophrenia, and another short film on conservation of India’s ecology
I’ve designed logos, created color schemes and designed banners and artwork for several clients
I have built and hosted websites including this one and the website of the Matriarchal Islam Project
Is religious belief & behaviour an evolutionary adaptation? Or is it an incidental by-product of the development of certain cognitive functions of the brain that possibly had non-religious evolutionary purposes. This paper looks at existing research in the field of Evolutionary Psychology and Neuroscience to answer this question.
This paper analyses how humanitarian communication is framed to balance the goals of fundraising with important ethical considerations. The implications that this has for post-conflict reconciliation are examined. Further, the role of frames in defining grievable and ungrievable lives is assessed.
This paper is an analysis of the war split into three sections. The first looks to place the Iraq War and its initial objectives within the various theoretical frameworks about interventions. The second section synthesizes existing literature to analyze three major ground realities that the U.S administration ignored while assessing a post-Saddam Iraq. The last section makes a case for three major consequences of the intervention, with regards to the current state of world affairs. By doing so, this paper aims to understand why the U.S intervened and who stood to benefit from it turning into an all-out war.
The religion vs. secularism debate over social justice and equality in India creates divisive identities and strategically obscures the overarching problem of patriarchy that privileges Brahmin men over all others. By critically examining reforms to Religious Personal Laws in India, and the mechanisms that enable it, this paper aims to understand the nexus between patriarchy, religion and the state.