Diner Sheshe(09.09.2018) -The Asian Age

"I grew up with most teachers who only cared about my report card. They said 'This is the gateway to your future. Good marks, good job, good life.' 

I was an aimless student stuck in the rut of life. I had taken up Physics as my undergrad major-having no idea of what it actually was. My physics teacher was my nemesis. After all, I was the problem child- A bane to teach. I had absolutely no idea about the subject or my life!

One day, I came across my father's old polaroid. It was the most beautiful thing I had ever seen. I started going around the city and clicking photographs. With 50 bucks in my pocket, days of multiple train and bus rides later, I found my passion! 

But, my undergrad degree remained unfulfilled. Everyday was agony. This was not what I wanted to do. So, one day, my physics teacher noticed the utter detachment I had to her class. She asked if I needed to be somewhere. I said I wanted to be out with a camera, on the street. Surprisingly, she said, 'Just go. And don't worry about attendance.'(excerpt)

Humans of Bombay, Fb