Eshaa Patnaik

I owe my interest in writing and questioning things around me to my umpteen conversations with a close group of friends. As a society, we Indians do not like to question anything around us and accept things the way they are. I strongly feel that each day should be lived well and one who can enjoy the everyday mundane things in life is the luckiest of all. My favourite past time is arguing about some non relevant topic over a cup of tea. That according to me is a celebration in itself. I work full time in the software industry as a workforce management specialist and yet, I spare time to read my favourite authors such as Arthur Hailey, Nayantara Sehgal and Shashi Deshpande.

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