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Sharannya Mukherji

Sharannya, to her surprise, currently finds herself studying Economics at Delhi University. Delhi being her second home is her subject of obsession and her idea of a conversation starter is historical trivia that no one asked for. She experiments with writing about various things while hoarding cups of chai in her room. She loves spending time with her camera, doodling, and bullying her dogs.

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