Karan is a mathematics nerd from a young age, his notion of the existence of absolute black and white, founded in primary school science, was challenged in college by George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, which led him to the grey area in the spectrum between the absolutes. Slowly since then, he has started preferring the abstractness of moral philosophy over the abstractness of engineering mathematics. En route the well-trodden path to a corporate job, in his stints as an intern, he realised that a sense of satisfaction and enjoyment were amiss. Reconsidering and reevaluating his decisions, his passions and likes and dislikes delivered him to the door of social sciences. It is to crossover from the other side to arts and humanities that he comes to the Young India Fellowship. As someone who finds an outlet in creative writing, Karan loves to interact with philosophy, psychology, music and people, in the hunt for the next prompt, that next story. He might appear to be a quiet and introverted fellow, sometimes ominously so, but will shower anyone who takes the first step of saying hi, with cheer and a huge smile.