About me in 15 seconds
I’m 23. In the past, I’ve run a web development agency, a clothing brand, and started several small projects that I sold or shut. I dropped out of an engineering college in Mumbai, for the love of education.
A misfit. Curious, percipient, and lazy. I’m most interested in Product Development, Philosophy, and the History of Science.
Presently, I’m working on a tech startup.
Some of the businesses I founded
Whoosh is a streetwear brand that was one of the pioneers of DTG (direct-to-garment) graphic apparel in India. It’s now managed by Filfull Ventures.
I’ll send this out sporadically when I have something intriguing or resourceful to share.
No ads. Your e-mail is safe.
An idea I want to leave the reader with
We live in the Age of Information. There’s nothing we can’t learn. Almost. We can use this thing in our pocket to watch Bertrand Russell talk Philosophy, Richard Feynman teach Physics, or read Nikola Tesla’s notebook, all within the next few seconds.
But I feel it has become increasingly important to cultivate a foundation for knowledge before a foundation of knowledge. This foundation consists of thought, math, and language. There’s nothing we can’t mentally parse if we truly master those.