the me project
Who am I?
my life line
I was born in India on 8 September, 2000.
Meeting the family
December, 2005. I met all the family members on my mom's and dad's side for the first time. Age: 5
25 august, 2006, there was a new member in my family, my sister Tisha. She made me realize my responsibilities towards family. Age: 5
Meeting the family
June, 2010. I went on a family vacation to Jaipur, India. This vacation inspired me to get into photography and art. Age: 9
13 May, 2012. Me and my family moved to Canada, in hope of a better life. The move helped me broaden my perspective on society. Age: 11
Grade 8 gradutaion
June, 2014. I graduated grade 8 from Humber Summit Middle School, Toronto. Age: 13
July, 2014. I visited Niagara Falls after begging and pleading my parents for two years. Age: 13
November, 2014. I attended a three day two nights leadership camp at Albion Hills. Age: 14
connecting back with the roots
August, 2015. Me and my family went to India to meet with all our relatives. It was a memorable experience.
my favorite things
PEKANBARU INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL.
I attended this school from grade 1-2. I was living with my grandparents in Indonesia. This school holds very memories. One of them is quite hilarious. It was Halloween and everyone was very excited, especially me. I was thrilled to be a aboriginal for Halloween. I had spent days to prepare my costume and practice my lines for the fancy dress competition. When the day came, as soon as i steeped on the bus to go to school, i was scared for my life. In my sight were monsters, beasts, witches and other horrifying beings. I was crying to loudly and yelling that my grandfather had to take a day off just to drop me to school and make sure i was alright. Looking at more people in scary costumes scared me even more and i forgot everything i had practiced. Nether the less i got on stage and cried my heart out. In the end I at least got a "thank you participating" gift.
DALEWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, HAMILTON
This school was my first school in Canada. One of my favorite memories of that school is walking to school, Since we lived in downtown Hamilton, journey back home was always an adventure. Me and my friends would always stop at different coffee shops on the way to find the best hot chocolate we could find. After that we would wait in the library until it was time to pic up our siblings.
1. Be Honest. No one likes a person who lies or ins't truthful.
2. Make Time and Show Appreciation.
3. Alter Your Expectations and Don’t Make Assumptions.
4. Be yourself. Being yourself around someone is part of what makes you all best friends.
5. Be trustworthy. If they tell you a secret, make sure to keep it
my dream job
This sunset represents me and my families adventures together. The experiences we shared while moving to different places going on various vacations and visiting different countries.
This photo represents our Indian background and the set of morals Hinduism gives us.
Me and my family enjoys various types of food and holds passion for creating as well as eating food.