My name is Adrija, I am a journalism student, currently in Mumbai, India.
I grew up living in various places in India and Canada. I have a love hate relationship with stablity. Writing helps me ground myselfd and find roots, while also exploring and finding new things to connect to.
I write about people, events, facts, things, popular culture, idealistic conflicts, social commentary and travel. I do lot of work bases on assignment catering to what is required of my writing to portray.
I enjoy research and social interaction. Writing pieces that combine these are my favourite kind. When people read something I have written, I would like for each one of them to find something in it that they connect to.
Walking into the modest confines of Mamma Mia, the local hangout for food that isn't vegetarian or ridiculously expensive, my appetite is roaring. After classes Mamma Mia is a wonderful option, being only a few minutes away and I find a couple of my classmates already waiting for their order.
One cuisine that has lately been coming up around town in Mumbai is the Bengali cuisine. Bombay with its strong number of probashi bangali (or Bengals who do not live in Bengal anymore, yes we are particular enough to have a word for that) has been ripe for the advent of the "Bong" food explosion.
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