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 Sanjeeta Bhattacharya started producing songs that were mostly self-reflective and she got major recognition for it. Furthermore, she also feels that as a musician it is her responsibility to be the voice of someone who doesn’t have a mic.
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.
3 min read An abusive relationship doesn’t leave you in a place where you can learn from your mistakes. It will take away
2 min read Chhaya Dabas, a young Indian, cancer survivor and entrepreneur was diagnosed with cancer at the tender age of 13 and already knows more about life than most of us ever will.
2 min read Fall 7, Rise 8 In Japan, when a utensil breaks, they fix it with golden fillings, making the utensil all
3 min read Nothing comes easy in life, but Praveshika Kumar didn’t give up. From feeling left out throughout school to make college her second home, the young Indian has left no leaf unturned to reach where she is right now, a social media marketer by day and a comedian by night.
2 min read Everyone has often wondered how the post Corona world is going to function, one factor that has emerged is the importance of leadership among the youth and here’s a breakdown on how it is going to be the new normal.
2 min read Young India is conscious about their lifestyle wellbeing. Nutrition and fitness come at the apex of their priority and it
2 min read Ashish Chopra, the young Indian, at the mere age of 6 began questioning himself because he wasn’t like his other ‘boy’ friends and didn’t like what boys were ‘supposed’ to like. Here is how he went from being in a cocoon to transforming corporate places into queer friendly spaces.