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The feminist touch

The feminist touch
The exhibition will consist about 20-30 artworks done by Tripti. All the collection from this exhibition will be used to conduct more campaigns to spread as much as awareness about menstruation in slum areas and distribute the hygiene packs to the underprivileged women’s of the society. When it comes to social issues, gender biasing is one such issue that has always been overlooked. For Tripti, supporting women’s interests and enhancing the quality of their lives is utterly important. She strongly feels that every woman is talented and can contribute significantly to the nation’s economy.

Tripti Jain has certainly proven that age is not a barrier when it comes to think different and cater to the needs of the masses. Vibrant and enthusiastic, she loves to work for the betterment of the society and promote women empowerment. Her perspective towards life is what weaves her goals.

Confident and astute she makes sure that her every decision is oriented towards her ambition. Such perspective proves that age is just a number for her. Since the beginning itself she addressed social causes in various sections of the society which earned her great recognition and accolades. Her pursuit to bring a change in the way people think and invite them to stand for a cause makes her a dynamic personality indeed. In fact Tripti has the potential to raise a voice in the public against the prevalent flaws in our society or culture.

Tripti was born and brought up in Delhi. She hails from a simple Jain family. Tripti had her schooling in Delhi and is currently pursuing B.A (Hons.) in Applied Psychology at Amity University-Noida. She also joined Jain Neuro Centre as an intern for two months and has recently joined Garg Psychiatry and Multi specialty Clinic for a month.

The zeal to work for people led her to explore love for them. She undoubtedly promotes the saying that ‘there is no right time to do right things’. No wonders she could be a future youth icon!
Tripti is the co-founder of a social group called We, Women, Warriors which is a campaign that aims to empower the downtrodden by increasing awareness and making them warriors.
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