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Anjali Gupta

Anjali Gupta is a dreamer, romanticist, life-long learner and a passionate educationist with a journey spanning three decades. Her army background has let her explore the vast cultural scape of this country, and is the reason for her going to school in some of the most reputed educational institutions across India. The Carmel Convent, Uhampur, the Presentation Convent, Srinagar, St. Ann’s, Secunderabad, St. Francis Convent in Jhansi, the Army School, Kendriya Vidyalaya in Tezpur, The Punjab University, Chandigarh have been her alma matter. She has a MBA & a Master’s degree in Read More...

The Cutting Edge

Books by Anjali Gupta

After nearly three decades of working in Indian school environments, I realised that taking myself in an entirely unexplored direction may be the next best thing to do. Of course, I fulfilled the other two pre-requisites of Dr. Seuss!

My first book, The Deccan Trailblazers – Education Icons of Hyderabad, got me hooked on to writing with a purpose. 
With The Cutting Edge – Iconic Schools, Noteworthy Curricula, Extraordinary Strategi

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The Deccan Trailblazers

Books by Anjali Gupta

With its stark natural beauty, rich and diverse cultural heritage, famed jewels and unique Hyderabadi cuisine, the Deccan sits at the heart of the Indian peninsula. Home to some of the iconic universities and medical colleges, this cosmopolitan city now attracts students from across the world. 

“In the end, your legacy won’t be about your success; it will be about your significance and the impact you made on every st

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Riding my broom stick but I am no witch!

By Anjali Gupta in General Literary | Reads: 307 | Likes: 7

Wouldn’t be able to deny it entirely, now that the Corona Virus has literally ensured that most of the ladies, at least in India are riding broomsticks. I am too. With the morning call, not of the cock-a-doodle-do but the gentle humming of the water pumping motor, I jump out of bed and in one   Read More...

Published on Mar 31,2020 02:32 PM

The curious case of the Educated Dodgers!

By Anjali Gupta in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 271 | Likes: 6

Explanations about actions are most often evident. That is what helps civil society to function graciously. And it is not in normal times that one is able to see the deception, it becomes distinct only in times of crises. We have very often spoken of family and relatives shying away from help when n  Read More...

Published on Mar 27,2020 06:31 PM

A Silver Lining!

By Anjali Gupta in General Literary | Reads: 158 | Likes: 3

We entered several weeks of a stay-at-home directive from the government, as countries around the world battled the worst crises seen in recent times and I digested the enormity of this development. Several systems had to be put in place along with the already existing ones. Lifestyle changes had to  Read More...

Published on Mar 26,2020 03:03 PM

I, Me, Myself!

By Anjali Gupta in General Literary | Reads: 459 | Likes: 10

Sounds so condescending. Isn’t it? But that’s what it has been for some time now in these present times. For me somehow, looking for inspiration everywhere, because sometimes that’s the only choice I have – this period of “I, Me, Myself” also connotes healing &nda  Read More...

Published on Mar 23,2020 01:58 PM

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