Niti Majethia is a 22 year old award-winning writer and spoken word performer.

She published her first book of poetry called Eunoia when she was 16 years old.
It is available for purchase on Amazon, Flipkart and Barnes & Noble.

Niti has been published on various media platforms, been a recipient of several awards and performed her work around the globe — including the United Nations.

She grew up in Mumbai, India, and is currently pursuing her undergraduate degree in writing and rhetoric at The University of Texas at Austin.

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Niti discovered her passion for writing and creativity when she was very young. After winning various writing competitions in India; she won three international awards for writing from Kidspirit Online. She also worked there as an editor for two years.

After moving to Austin, she worked as a writer for Spark Magazine for a year and a half, after which she was promoted to copy editor, a position which she served for another year. Besides editing, she assisted writers with developing their pitches, creative direction, designing layouts and uploading articles on Spark’s digital platform in a timely manner.

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Today, she has been published on many different platforms in print and online.
Her life and career too, have been featured in the media numerous times — from print newspapers to television shows.

She has also performed spoken word poetry across the world — including shows by Raw Artists. In 2019, she was invited to the United Nations to speak about women’s rights and healthcare.

She spends much of her time writing for different types of media, dabbling in creative direction, performing spoken word and using her voice to inform and inspire.


For a photo journal of Niti’s achievements —
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notable moments.

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“I have never understood why some people are lucky enough
to be born with the chances that I had,
to have this path in life...while across the world,
there is a woman just like me;
with the same talents and the same desires,
same work ethic and love for her family,
who would most likely have a better career
and write better speeches.

Only she sits in a refugee camp, and she has no voice.

She worries about what her children will eat,
how to keep them safe,
and if they’ll ever be allowed to return home. 

I don’t understand why this is my life, and that is hers.

I don’t understand that, but I will do as my mother asked..

I will do the best I can with this life, to be of use.”

Angelina Jolie

Niti’s devotion to Lord Shiva is the biggest guiding force in her life.

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Photographed by Austin Little. (2019)

Niti with her parents, Hemant Majethia and Shilpa Majethia.
This picture was clicked in Chicago. (2019)

Niti was accredited to enter the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. (2019)