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Twisted Tiara
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Are you strong enough

to reverse the course of “destiny”?

Do you think yourself strong enough

To rein in our ups and downs with audacity…

– Rabindranath Tagore

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About Us

Vision, Mission and Values

Vision: To be active citizens in a more diverse society, encourage conversations about the ‘common but silenced’ issues faced by different genders in India with an intersectional understanding. To read more about our Vision, Mission and Values, click here.

Our Social Commitment

Twisted Tiara is a social enterprise focused on starting conversations, offering perspectives and gaining a deeper understanding of gender issues which are “common but silenced” in India. We aim to increase awareness and sensitise our audience towards…. To read more about our social commitment, click here

About the Team

Twisted Tiara was born out of the belief that certain conversations need to be had on a larger scale. The two of us, cannot be the only people perplexed with the state in the world. Nor are we the only ones… To read more about our team and motivations, click here.

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Please write to us at contactus@twistedtiara.in if you have any comments, queries or concern.

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By Ranjani Aravind for Twisted Tiara Anyone who knows me well knows that I am an anti-social person. In the sense that I actively avoid large groups and have an extensive list of excuses about why I can’t make it to a party or a social gathering. There’s something just so incredibly challenging about making… Read More

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By Pranshu Patel for Twisted Tiara I am a 19-year-old student about to complete my Bachelor’s degree from a UK university. I was born and bought up in the streets of Vadodara, in a Hindu, non-vegetarian family who loves to shop. Two years ago, I was no different from my family and friends. I was… Read More

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by Sanjana Swaroop for Twisted Tiara My conscious will not let me be silent when so many are screaming out for help. What is worse, I sometimes wonder: the inhumanity in abuse, or the inhumanity in apathy? We, as a country, have ignored the cries in Kashmir for decades, 7 to be exact plus 37… Read More

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By Yash Kapadia for Twisted Tiara The idea that men could have it tough in a patriarchal society, seems counterintuitive. However, it doesn’t take movies like 3 Idiots, Peepli live and Udaan to remind us of the many forms of social pressures and stresses that most Indian men are subjected to. Barring the fabled hermits… Read More

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Before we delve into the inspirational life of our intersectional champion of the month, we want to take this opportunity to talk about what makes an intersectional champion. The series has been inspired by people who have worked during their lifespans to remove the difference between various sections of society. Whether it is working towards… Read More

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