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!
3 min read The young, ardent and one of a kind Chandani hails from a family of entertainers that travel across regional borders
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.
3 min read Yawar Abdal, a young Indian broke the classic middle class dream of his family for his own calling. From being the IT guy to becoming a free-floating Kashmiri soul, using music as an expression, he did it and here’s how you can do it too.
2 min read “It was the summer of 2013. I felt ashamed that I as a man, as a young man was breaking
2 min read Studying engineering and landing a corporate job in a big city is everyone’s dream but what happens when you decide to give it all up for your passion – The story of Aparajita and Rohit.
2 min read Bags were packed, the flight was about to take off, hopes were high. A ___ -year-old Tanisha left for the
Destination Paradise: Support This Young Team Trying To Tell Stories of Illegal Migrants Lost In Europe
3 min read The financial recession that hit almost immediately following the COVID-19 pandemic has caused havoc in the present crisis of migration.
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 The inspiring journey of a transwoman Meera Singhania, and how she battled society only so that she could stop battling her true self.