A Kolkatan studying BBA LLB Hons. at the very
esteemed KIIT University, School of Law, Bhubaneswar. I have spent my entire
childhood and teenage in the laps of the beautiful and joyful city, Kolkata. I have
always been a very cheerful, chirpy and extroverted person. I have always had keen
interest in Bengali poetry which I have been learning since the age of three. It was
through and because of poetry that I started talking, as a child. I still remember the the
little me reciting a poem in front my recitation teacher, looking around, trying to
collects the words one after the other but not giving up.
Yes, giving up on anything
has never been a part of me since forever now. I love talking to people, trying out new
things, making new friends and learning about everything possible because I believe
that knowledge has no limits, its endless but life is. So, whatever little time you get, do not waste. Learn as much as possible. My father is a civil lawyer himself and also
my biggest inspiration. He is my idol.
Ever since I was a child, my father was my best
friends. I could never wait to get back home, keep my schoolbag at the corner of the
room, run upto the landline set and dial his number up. Those few seconds of ringing
until he picked up the call and in his sweetest voice called me out, “Maa eshe gecho?”, were the the most impatient one’s. I could not wait to pour my entire day’s story out
to him. He would listen patiently, smiling.
Yes, even if I could not see his face, I
knew he smiled. I was only six years old when I stepped into his office, holding his
thumb, fort he very first time. The office, the infrastructure, the ambience and my
father’s glittery, ambitious eyes while looking into new cases made me say for the
very first time, “Baba, I also become a lawyer…like you.” He smiled at me, patted my
back and said, “Obviously, you will.” That is how my journey towards this platform