Showing speakers from S to Z (all speakers listed alphabetically)

Shruthi Rao

Shruthi Rao

Shruthi Rao likes to read books, write stories, eat sweets, give her daughter long lectures, and go walking among trees. She once tried doing all these at the same time. It was a bad idea.

Simrin Tamhane

Simrin Tamhane

Simrin Tamhane started to write when she was a student at Taktse. She enjoys writing poetry and recording memories of growing up in Sikkim, her stories of growth and the chaos of co-existing in changing cultures and times.

Sonira Mehta

Sonira Mehta

A curious soul, Sonira Mehta uses her skills as a communication designer to collect stories of her travels as artefacts. She has a penchant for hoarding clothes and living out of her suitcase for prolonged periods.

Tanya

Tanya

Tanya loves eating or talking about food and decided to be a nutritionist. She is the co-founder of Bhuli Art and is trying to revive the local cuisine of Uttarakhand. Get well soon Mamma! is her first book.

Tanya Kotnala

Tanya Kotnala

Tanya Kotnala is a fashion designer, illustrator and textile lover working from a cosy home-studio in Dehradun. She loves travelling to rural India to learn a great deal about the local art and crafts. She co-founded Bhuli Art.

Team Tapestree

Team Tapestree

A curious soul, Sonira Mehta (left) uses her skills as a communication designer to collect stories of her travels as artefacts. She has a penchant for hoarding clothes and living out of her suitcase for prolonged periods.

Chitrupi C (right) is an aspiring industrial designer with an eye for detail. She loves narrating elaborate stories, picking up new languages and dancing along to the rhythm of her surroundings.

Harjyot Khalsa (centre) is a wandering illustrator who enjoys the simpler things in life. Her adventures find directions through conversations which are then translated to beautiful drawings that she loves sharing.

Vinita Srimal Garg

Vinita Srimal Garg

Vinita Srimal Garg used to work in the media. Bored of it all, she gave it up for writing. When she is not scribbling, she is talking to herself, trekking or drinking tea.