When I was in class 7th, I was studying in a government school in a small town called Awantipur, in Kashmir. I have a very fond memory of that school. It had the infrastructure to support classes 1–10th. And each class had around 2–15 students then. Yes, some classes even had just 2 students. Luckily I had 10+ classmates. Our librarian, whom we addressed as Yadav sir, always gave us books and wanted us to get a hobby of reading them. And he used his classes to hold interactive sessions where we talked about engaging topics like existence, space, aliens…


I am going to describe an experience that occurred to me after the completion of my first year of engineering. In May 2017, I wanted to be part of something defining. I tried looking for technical internships, but you know there is a perception that first-year students can’t contribute much. Although, I was part of a technical student club though, which had great seniors. They kept me busy somewhat with tasks and projects. But I was looking for a unique experience. Something I have never heard of before. …


Hi there, I am Dhairya Agarwal. Well, that’s it, I won’t speak about myself anymore. Coming back to this article, you probably must be thinking about what kind of blog is this going to be. From the heading, it seems like it’s not going to be something very relatable, or maybe it is some boring philosophy. I believe it’s something that can help you in making decisions more voluntarily than subconsciously. I would love it if you gave it a read.

Now, let’s start with the topic. You would have seen a lot of people claiming to be creative, and…

Dhairya Agarwal

Software Engineer/Wannabe entrepreneur

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