We, The Young, are fuelled by our ideas and driven by our dreams. We breathe passion into things we do and are on a quest to find our own voice amidst all the clutter & noise. We are diverse, unapologetic about who we love or identify as. We are creators, thinkers and believers, bursting and overflowing with talent. We are entrepreneurs, artists, authors and leaders of the new world – We, The Young are a crazy breed, and it is our stories – the stories of a new generation – that will define and shape the future. Welcome to a space that celebrates these voices!
2 min read In today’s day and age, voicing one’s opinion is no more seen as a privilege, rather a need. Nazma Api aka Saloni Gaur, a young Indian is doing exactly this, but with a twist. Here’s how she is using comedy to voice her take on the harsh reality of our society.
3 min read Amit Dhawan, the young 28 year-old Indian, was your regular Indian on the block following the path of engineering and
4 min read Abhishek Mishra a young determined Indian befriended his fears, one being swimming in the ocean. He not only overcame his fears but challenged them by taking part in the toughest triathlon that there ever is. Find out if he succeeded.
2 min read Love may be blind but can it be blind to religion ? Especially in a society where religion is the prime most important factor in marriage. Here’s a couple from New Delhi that is shunning down every stereotype associated with a Hindu-Muslim marriage.
2 min read While we’re all trying to stay safe from this sudden pandemic, a young Indian Hrishi Giridhar tested positive for coronavirus. Here’s a glimpse into what went down and how the young Indian was able to hold his ground
2 min read Bags were packed, the flight was about to take off, hopes were high. A ___ -year-old Tanisha left for the
2 min read WeTheYoung took a few graphics and combined them with different kinds of love people feel and the result was all things warm and nice.
3 min read The young Indian, Kena Shree, didn’t fall prey to society’s career>passion lifestyle. Today, she is a writer, storyteller, theatre artist whilst dabbling between her 9-5 job.
2 min read How many times have you looked down at your toe and said “long time no see” since there’s a tummy
2 min read Neha Parulkar, Tanvi Geetha Ravishankar and Payal Soni may be ordinary names but they are living the extraordinary life of owning up to themselves and not letting society and it’s stereotypes get to them.