Hyderabad: Her interests are wide and varied – from history to travel to gardening. And despite her young age, this 13-year-old has been an active blogger sharing her thoughts and experiences on these and many more subjects.
Nayonika Suravaram an avid reader from a very young age, started her blog writings when she was in her sixth grade.
“While travelling to different places along with family, I came across many new things, and my parents encouraged me to write them down. That’s when I started my own blog “https://nayonika.suravaram.com/” says Nayonika, who has till date published articles on different subjects on her blog and is currently working on ‘Night Witches’ who were popular during World War-2.
Nayonika has visited many museums in the country and actively participates in workshops organised by National Museum, Delhi. Her latest writing on ‘Museums are Binoculars to History’ and ‘History is the Compass to the Future’ on International Museum Day brought her many appreciations. In this article she wrote about Rabindranath Tagore’s House and Vivekananda’s House in Kolkata, an Army Museum in Kashmir which exhibits mountain expeditions in the Himalayas.
Nayonika also does green compost and maintains her garden. “I don’t throw away the kitchen waste but make it into compost and give it to the plants. I follow Worm Rani and Vasuki on Instagram to understand more about this subject” says Nayonika who, of late is spending time understanding how to write a biography with her grandfather Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy. She and her sister Anika also took up their summer project of digitization of all the pictures of her grandfather.
Nayonika keeps interest in making soaps and then she gifts them to her friends. She makes soaps using natural Tulasi, lemon and orange. Not just that, she is also a baker, and takes care of pets including hen, cats, dogs at her home.
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