I write about travel, art, culture, sports and mindfulness. I'm open to freelance assignments and content marketing projects.
Hamilton and Indian Freedom Fighters
Imagine Bapu Gandhi and Babasaheb Ambedkar in a rap battle. Or Sardar Patel with a Pandit Nehru diss track. Someone, please make this happen.
The Chosen One: Kid Cudi
I write about one of the most underrated and under-appreciated artists of our time - Kid Cudi.
Auguste Rodin on Film
In my third photo essay for Analog Cafe, I write about Auguste Rodin and his most famous works, inspired by Dante's Divine Comedy.
When Nehru delivered a speech at FC Dynamo Moscow
From Nehru to Modi, famed Indian Prime Ministers filled sports stadiums even in foreign countries.
When Mohun Bagan played Kohima XI for unity
A theatre for national ego and regional pride.
Why should you read ‘India After Gandhi’?
Book recommendation: If there is one book I wish every Indian read, it is India After Gandhi: The History of the World’s Largest Democracy by Ramachandra Guha.
5 Sports Book Recommendations
I recommend five unputdownable books for my LinkedIn network, which primarily consists of professionals from the sports industry.
How I went from reading one or two books a year to reading 27 books last year
A tale of anxiety disorder, attention span and re-building a good old habit.
Book Review: Go! India's Sporting Transformation
My review of the book 'Go! India's Sporting Transformation' for Untold Sports Stories
I spent ten days in the Himalayas, meditating for 12 hours a day. Here’s what happened.
Europe’s “Flashing Eyes” on Film
My Mementos From 8 European Cities on 35mm
Blistering barnacles! Looking for Tintin in Brussels
The adventures of Abhijeet, or how one man revisited his childhood by tracking one of the world’s most famous reporters in his home country.
Banh Mi: The Vietnamese Sandwich
In this post, I write (with Sheree Hooker) all about my love affair with Banh Mi and why it has earned the title, ‘King of Sandwiches’!
Live from New York, it’s news satire!
Op-ed: A fan of late-night talk shows, I write about my experiences watching some of my favourite hosts live.
We Will Always Have Paris
This photo essay is my expression of the unapologetically clichéd admiration for Paris.