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A place where you'll find posts and articles on a variety of topics ranging from stock market trading to travelling, politics to trending topics and much more! (I'm quite diverse: culturally, genetically and literally).

Few things about me:
  • I am a Business Management Graduate (gr. 2019, Finance major)
  • Apart from writing on my blog I also answer on Quora and maintain a personal diary (which I've been told is a very good thing to do)
  • As far as reading is concerned, I've been reading since the age of 6. Some of my favourite authors include Jeffrey Archer, Dan Brown, Amish Tripathi, Mario Puzo and Agatha Christie.
  • I enjoy travelling and am ready to go anywhere as long as there is good company and I get to drive .
  • Stock Market trading is something which interests me. I have also completed a certified Digital Marketing training program as well as conducted a research titled "Profitability Analysis of the Print Management Services Industry".
  • By nature I'm a level 10 extrovert (being shy of people has never really been by thing) and over time I have developed great interpersonal skills.
  • I'm a multitasker (known for handling close to 150+ people on a weekly basis effortlessly since I was Deputy General Secretary of Student's Council and Cultural Secretary during college).
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Happy Reading!

Shamika Kamlesh

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