Lakshita is a bespectacled, straight-faced, twenty-three years young, generalist who enjoys the simple pleasures of life. She has played the girl-behind-the-scenes for the most part of her teenage years. She was academically sound growing up – an avid reader and a voracious dreamer. She is a performing arts enthusiast who reads, writes, and paints like her life depends on it.
Lakshita is immensely fond of the Economic Sciences and wishes to pursue a specialisation in the same. A woman of few words, she identifies as an introvert who just so happens to know how to have a good time. She swears by Keynes’ famous quote from the early 1920s, “In the long run we are all dead.”