The Fellowship

The trajectory of my life never had a definite path. The fellowship occurred to me as something which i was not waiting for, but it surely opened many doors and windows too.
The audiences of the cinema that is my life began pouring in from totally different places, backgrounds and all.

Suddenly, the compartmentalized vision towards life, habit of living in my own world and the tendency to averse to change was not working and i had to improvise a lot to fit in the new dimensions i was in.

I must say that I had a great experience experiencing their approach towards life, towards everything that happens around them, lets see where it leads me to.

Further, I arrived in Ranchi and has been meeting some nice and dedicated people.

I will be trying my best to do something for the people that i left 20 yrs ago and probably bring  improvement if not change in their lives.




Ashutosh previously worked in relief and rehabilitation of flood victims in Bihar in 2008. He has also completed a quantitative research on status of health insurance in India. As part of his field work assignments at Delhi University for his Masters in Social Work, he worked for Child rights in Delhi, performed activities with Mica-mining population of Jharkhand and worked to uproot the nepotism from government welfare institutions through use of public advocacy and Right to Information Act.

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  1. “The trajectory of my life never had a definite path”… that is the beauty of life! There is no definite path, we define it everyday of our life. I hope your path is great this year, best of luck!

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