Here are some frequently asked questions.
1) Whom did you get inspired from? What makes you get inspired?
I got inspired by my dad. He taught me small proactive works could change you to a better version of you.
2) Most children love to play and have toys. In addition totthese, how did you get the love for authoring books at a very young age?
Since I was seven years old, I have the habit of writing. When my dad noticed my writing skills, he helped me to turn it to a book .that’s where my first book came out “the untold story of the Rabbit and the Tortoise”.
3) Suggest some tips for young children to make them more proactive at multitasking?
Do things that you are passionate about. When you are really passionate about doing something, you will make time for it.
4) What do you do in your spare time?
I love singing, I know that I’m not a great singer, but I always sing out loud and wake my sister. I also record my singing.
5) Did dance help you in your life as you learned Bharatanatyam for more than ten years?
Yes, it did. It helps me to be the choreographer for my new year dance.
6) Tell us about the challenges you faced while authoring your book.
I would ask myself wrong questions.
Is my language correct?
Will people find flaws in my book?
Who will buy my book?
Will people like my book?
Is it appropriate to write a book?
Then my dad told me “JUST WRITE TO EXPRESS NOT TO IMPRESS.”
This line gave answers to all of my pessimistic thoughts.
7) What is on your bucket list, the goals you want to achieve in your life?
My next goal is to organise a new TILE chapter in Chennai. The next one is to publish my third book.
8) Who supports you in your life?
FAMILY. They never expect perfection from me, which helped me to grow as a better person.
9) I read in your bio that you love to ride bikes. Which is your favourite bike?
R15 is my favourite bike, but at least once I wish to ride Harley Davidson.
10) You have represented your school at the district level in many sports? How did you manage to do that?
Yes, My school helps us to manage studies and sports. After school hours I would stay back in school for about 1 hour and practice my sport.
11) Do you believe in ghosts?
Yes, because I live with one, my younger sister Kalpitha 😉
12) What are some of your failures in life?
I could not continue to learn classical dance.
13) What feedback from people has helped you become a better person?
Never try to perfect. Just do whatever you feel like.
14) What are your favourite movies?
‘Good Dinosaur’ which taught me the importance of family.
15) Which books are your favourite reads?
Panchatantra, Tinkle and Nate The Great would be my favourite reads.
If you have a question that’s not answered here, feel free to email me at Krithya@Krithya.com