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Deepshi Chowdhury

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Deepshi Chowdhury is an eager political commentator struggling through her history honours course at LSR, Delhi. Painting revolutionary art and curating fusions of incompatible delicacies are her only two passions besides harbouring a penchant for articulating her meek dissenting voice through her mighty pen while listening to Faiz. Her words and portraits of Old Delhi's dilapidated doors are her only legacy.

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