I write about what tugs at me: race, religion, and resilience.

I am currently an editorial fellow at CityLab, The Atlantic's urbanization vertical. My work has also been featured in The New York Times, NPR, and BuzzFeed. 


Nuns of Harlem {The New York Times}

How ID Laws Disenfranchise Voters In the Wake of a Hurricane {CityLab}

When Nuns Tried to Kickstart India's First Transgender School {The Atlantic} 

How 11 Immigrant Women Wear Their Identities {BuzzFeed Reader}

Indian-American Church Basketball is a World All Its Own {Deadspin}

Late Night Love {Mother Tongues}

How Houses of Worship Help Immigrants Adjust to Life in America {CityLab}

Beauty as an Oral Tradition {Lenny Letter}

Products of the Soil: Identity Crisis in an Indian Catholic Church {NPR}

Preserving the Legacy of Bengali Harlem {CityLab}

The Maid's Tale(s) {Medium}

On Photojournalism and Exploitation {The Toast}

Arrival  {Mother Tongues}


8 AAPI Creatives on the State of Representation in Teen Vogue

On Religion, Race, and the Life of a Freelance Journalist in Common Ground