Pooja Bhula is a Mumbai-based journalist. She writes features on subjects ranging from books, business, and lifestyle to environment, gender, and sexuality. You’ll find her bylines in NPR, Mint Lounge, Hindustan Times, The Hindu, Indian Express, DNA, Times of India, Mumbai Mirror, National Geographic Traveller, Conde Nast Traveller, Scroll.in, FirstPost.com, Arre.co.in to name some.

She’s the co-author of Intelligent Fanatics of India, a business book that demonstrates the role of culture in enabling organizations to develop anti-fragility and to dominate in their niches. She has also contributed to Jack Canfield’s bestselling series, Chicken Soup for the Soul.

Pooja loves trees the way people love their pets and is working at her green thumb. Besides bringing out environmental nuances in her writing, she tries to take up issues and initiatives at a hyper-local level.