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Parinaama 
puh-rhi-naaa-muh 
describes transformation 
on the inside 
manifesting as change 
on the outside.
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              The Author
Maitreyi K
(pronounced My-threy-ee), is the ever evolving author of Parinaama and a rambunctiously infectious bundle of joy and kindness. This blog has been and is an outlet for all her philosophical, esoteric, creative, hilarious and real life reflections and insights, which you'll enjoy reading.

What started off as a journal of her deep thoughts on everything she observed around her is now a medium for us to spread hope, wisdom, faith and laughter. Her spontaneity keeps us in awe while her sharp wit, keen observations and precariously positioned hair bun keeps us on our toes in the best way possible :)

About her
() A sensitive, empathic, evolving, philosophical introvert who  channels her thought provoking articles and posts into our blog and Instagram page. @parinaama_blog

() Currently a full time Chemical Engineering student with an all time analyzing, analogy-making and introspecting nature.

() Voracious reader, progressing meditator and spiritual junkie.

() Generally found lost in the admiration of Keerthy Suresh, melt-worthy literature, good lyrics, classical music and the Universe

         The Editor
     

Subrahmanyam B R
(pronounced Sub-ra-mun-yam), is the amazing editor of Parinaama and is a long-lost-and-recently-discovered soul-sibling of the author. He is a constant cheerleader, compassionate motivator, non-judgmental listener, sharp-witted talker and happiness provider not only to us but also to all the people he meets.

He has been our editor since September 2020 and man do we love him and his amazing proofreading skills, timely observations, gentle corrections as well as hilarious sense of humor!

About him
() A sensitive, empathic, logical, introspecting and philosophical extrovert with an undying zest for living life righteously and showing the meaning of righteousness to those who care to listen

() Currently a full time passionate Biomedical Engineering student

() Voracious reader (and eater), meditator extraordinaire and Mahabharatham lover

() Generally found lost in the admiration of MS Dhoni, Rajnikanth, good music, good food and God.

The Author & The Editor
(i.e)
The Creative Noodle & The Patient Unraveller
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If you have no idea how you landed here, 
Do wander around!
You are one post away from a life changing epiphany


Yours Truly Evolving,
Parinaama




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