The library, the stage, and the classroom are the only places where Gayathri feels she fits into. A dancer, instrumentalist, debater, voracious reader, and an extreme introvert; she is someone who would tell you the reason she took the second road was that it was still grassy and wanted wear. She would preach anytime about the significance of books and the transformative process she went through because of her books.
Brought up in a patriarchal lower-middle-class family, she believes that it is books and perseverance alone that has molded her to become the person she is and helped her become brave like Harry, to unapologetically love learning like Hermione, fearless like Danerys, hopeful like Andy and believe in miracles like Forrest. She believes that even though society and the world around influences how you perceive things, you alone can choose to become what you want to be.
Gayathri believes in her quest to make the world better. If you’re asking what she would be doing 10 years down the line, she’d say she’d be changing the world. At the Young India Fellowship, she wishes to learn, meet people, and be bombarded by ideas and thoughts.