“I’m already 9th-grade now and still have more contributions to carry out for the society!
I’m studying in Chettinad Vidyashram, Chennai. You cannot see me ideal at any time in any week. I will either be reading a book, writing a book or pondering over the development of the youths in our society.
I started The First Step in 2020 when the lockdown occurred. During those locked up days, I identified that there was a lack of social communication and thus, people lacked confidence.
Moreover, I liked speaking up, and would someday want to become a professional motivational speaker.
The First Step is an initiative where I focused on children and teens who have achieved a lot and thus, interviewed them and stationed the inspirational videos on my YouTube channel. I would’ve shot 100+ videos, to date. I believe that every youth has their talent and those 100+ videos talk about the inner strength that sometimes goes unnoticed.
The First Step, has now turned out to be an NGO, where we work towards youth empowerment. TFS is a team of 50 now!
In regards to motivating all young minds, I have gathered 25 stories of inspirational kids who have achieved in their interested fields. I drafted those stories into a book named ‘The First Step’.
I became the Young Nutrition Ambassador ICDS, which is a Government Scheme, in 2021. Adding up another responsibility, I would go live every 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month with any one of the professionals and answer the public’s doubts on health.
Being a 2-time TEDx speaker, I started spreading more awareness on social issues such as climate and sanitation.
Since writing had been my passion from the very beginning, in 2021, I worked as a freelance writer at The Hindu, wherein I had Published 50+ articles so far.
When asked how am I able to contribute to a lot of activities, I say, “Humans aren’t born with exceptional talents, it is the parents who help the baby humans nurture their skills. I manage the time accordingly and I like doing it as well. These thoughts, books, efforts and my parents keep me active and thus, I become who I’m.”