About the Author:
Samiksha Arora is an English Literature Graduate from State University. She successfully has also completed Beginner level Trinity in her Middle School in R.N Poddar (Mumbai). She completed her High School from Late Her Highness Rajmata Gayatri Devi’s School i.e; MGD Girls’ School which is situated in Jaipur, Rajasthan. She has also successfully completed additional courses in Content Production as well as Creative Writing. She is currently living in Jaipur working on her modes to help raise awareness on social issues and self-care through her writings which are not into the limelight anywhere.
Her Work Experience:
Samiksha has worked Part Time as well as a Freelancer in various renowned firms like Focus Academy, Aayushveda, TopList, etc. She is has trained various school children in basic level English – vocabulary, the difference between slangs and true grammar, creative writing and spoken as well as have been a coordinator for a while in an Institute.
Samiksha as being a girl grown up in the city of dreams and then shifting to a small town brought a lot of difficulties in her way. The mindset, trends, society, career – everything was a drastic change. Coming from a huge leap after living in a city that had a broad mindset and respect for mutual interest as well as individuality; it was rather tough for her to fit in sometimes. She faced several backslashes for women equality, eve teasing, bullying not just by peers but also by the adult society, as well as witnessed many such social issues in her nearby circle that made her inclined towards raising voice-either by blogs for the social issues undergoing in society. The middle age (as again) between stereotype and modernization and between morality and false mentality. She started working as a freelance in early age just to anyhow raise some common interest.
Being a student in Journalism and English she wishes to help the needy also by sharing the fair reality of society, untold stories, experiences of people and victories for those who also need a little courage. This blog of hers is soulfully dedicated to all those trying.
“I think it’s so important to have visibility and to break down stereotypes and stigmas and everything that people are so attached to because you don’t know the reality in their shoes” Gus Kenworthy.
“We’ve lived fancy, we’ve lived heritage, we’ve lived in marriages and now you have the chance to choose what you want to live like in this modern era” Allian de Boton
“It is important to stay true to your conscious and be humble at the same time. The time is different yet difficult and achieving but nothing will go right if you do not define your path right” Johnny B.
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