About

img_5579I am Adarsh Badri,  19 years old. And I am vivid reader and eloquent speaker, which undoubtedly has acted as the foundation for penning my thoughts into words.

I started writing stuff at the age of 15. And I published my first book Lunatic India, a dream to change…(AABG,2014), this non-fictional work is humorously written from the viewpoint of a common Indian.

I am pursuing Bachelor’s degree in Humanities from Christ University Bangalore. And I have spoken to many intellectuals including  Sam Pitroda, Shashi Tharoor, Anuja Chauhan, Nikita Singh and many others. I spend time in reading Non-Fictions and also hanging out with friends. That’s pretty much everything about me. I write articles to news media like Youth Ki Awaaz too.

Well! Now, I  am working on my second book, “Building a Casteless Nation” which will be published soon…

Happy Reading!

Stay Tuned…

ADARSH BADRI

 

17 thoughts on “About

  1. Glad to see young minds into the writing… wishes for your second book😊..

  2. Whoa!
    You have published a book already?
    And such young thoughts on such a vast topic…will have to read them for sure!
    Following you btw!
    See you around!
    😃

  3. Thanks for your kind words. I am glad that you liked it.

  4. A Casteless nation… I wish it becomes a reality and preferably during my time 😉

  5. Your blog is very neat.

  6. Nice blog! It’s amazing to know that you have published a book at this young age. Will check your posts. Keep writing.

  7. Wow! That’s pretty impressive. Keep going.

  8. You have a wonderful blog and thank you for inviting me over to your blog. I only see best things here and would be back for more. Thanks !

  9. All the best ……for future bro

  10. ok ADARSH A YOUNG BOY I SHOULD SAY . GOOD LUCK.

    READ MY BOOK PUBLISHED RECENTLY AND AVAILABLE ON AMAZON .IN AND OTHER ON LINE STORES LIKE SHOPCLUES PAYTM .
    THE LINK IS http://www.notionpress.com/read/straight from the heart. kindly tell your friends as well to buy it. see reviews on Amazon .in STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART BY BRIJ KAUL

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