Feminist Activist is committed to fighting against the stereotype attached to Menstrual Hygiene, and sensitizing and acquainting disadvantaged and slum-dwelling girls and women with reproductive and sexual safety as well as menstrual health. She is a firm believer in the empowerment and egalitarianism of women and girls of slums, poor families, marginalized communities, and the most underserved sections of society.
She attended Miranda House, Delhi University for Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts. She was involved in several activities including literature, plays and drama at Delhi University, Miranda House. She carried out the research study on the deplorable and pitiable socio-economic conditions of downtrodden and Dalit women and children, and worked on implementations of various social development projects pertaining to for the poorest of the poor women, children, youth, adolescents and girls for their education, health and environment for Non-Governmental organizations and Think-Tanks.
Being a Research Associate at National Law University, she has been conducting research on the language and social justice of Indian tribes a few to name Gond & Banjara. She was bestowed upon the Young Best Concept Award for International Roti Day.