Our team consists of young, vibrant and diverse individuals, working together to build spaces for greater creative expression and recognition of the talented amidst the country's youth.
An engineer, poet, writer, multi-instrumentalist, entrepreneur and a dreamer.
A graduate with a major in History from Sri Venketeshwara College, University of Delhi, she spins the kind of stories with her words that draw people in and stay with them. Her poetry infuses matters of the heart with those of art, and contains elements of rap.
A theater actor since the 9th grade, she has been a performer at various International and National-level events. Her organic style of performance is admired by many.
A student at Ashoka University, she hosts many events in an around the NCR. She led her team to the second position in the National Youth Poetry Slam, the biggest Slam Poetry competition the country.
Manan Rishi Aneja
Manan has a flair for the strings, and pulls at the audiences' heartstrings with his compositions. He is a student of engineering, has composed originals for quite a few Youtube Web Series, and is also a playwright active in the dramatics circuit of Delhi.
Paying the Tabla since the age of 4, Amogh focuses on composing originals, collaborating with different artists and creating magic on the stage. He s a student of Engineering, and has led the Music Society of Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology to many wins and accolades.
Currently studying at BITS Pilani, Sagar is a multi-instrumentalist and singer with oodles of talent, and takes pride in being featured at various events and venues in Delhi. He has collaborated with different labels on his music.
Aastha Singh Raghuvanshi
A National Youth Poetry Slam Champion and student at Ashoka University, Aastha is a fierce poet and LGBTQ activist. She is bold and unafraid to talk about various social issues in her work, and often used her words as a means to challenge one's beliefs.
A spoken word artist, poet and winner of The Great Indian Film and Literature Festival's Poetry On Wheels, Sonal aims to use her poems as a tool to bring change in society. One of her pieces, called ‘The Inappropriate Poem’ has garnered over 100k views on YouTube.
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