Bhanvi Satija was born in Delhi in February 1996, just in time to welcome the spring. Currently, she is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism at the Lady Shri Ram College for Women at the University of Delhi. She was inspired to take up journalism due to her love of language and an ardent desire to change the world. She is an avid traveller, a voracious reader and a passionate storyteller. She also enjoys baking, so much so that she has earned the title of the official pastry chef of the family. She is a Bollywood junkie and believes that Shah Rukh Khan will lead all Indians to safety when the Apocalypse comes, and then do the Lungi Dance. She believes that her best feature is her smile, which literally says, “Ae vekho mere dimple!” She cares deeply about women’s issues and in the next five years, Bhanvi plans to “do enough to call [herself] a feminist” and travel widely whilst trying to change the world with her writing. Her love for her profession is what drives her to write and critique about different kinds of food, and she hopes to continue learning the multifarious amount of skills that Spoon has to offer.
Five Dishes That Should Be On Your Must-Try List When You Visit Nainital Next
What you eat in Nainital, must be shared with the world.