Koyal was born in Royal Jaipur, before growing up in Delhi. At the age of 19, she set up the Moksha Foundation with her friends, an NGO focused on encouraging green energy production and awareness campaigns for health and legal issues. Having studied International Finance at Harvard, as well as Business, Koyal hopes to eventually influence policy changes on a national scale through her work. Aside from her career path, Koyal likes adventure sports alongside less unusual activities like swimming and badminton. She is also a skilled dancer, specifically contemporary and semi-classical disciplines.
“India is a country which has diverse cultures, multilingual & multifaceted people, and festivals & celebrations all year round.”
Question Time With Koyal
What website could you not live without and why?
Google News: It summarizes the latest updates and broadcasts of all my topics of interest from around the world in just the click of a button.
What is the best App you’ve used in the last year?
Quora: it’s an app which focuses on providing answers to all possible questions there can be raised in mankind. This is a fun way of increasing my knowledge.
What is your favourite fashion website?
Vogue, Premier Vision & Ritu Kumar’s website.
What item of makeup could you not live without?
Least to say, Kajal and lip gloss. They are simple, natural and expressive.
A Thousand Splendid Suns, by Khalid Hosseini. It depicts relationships between mother and daughter and how love can overcome all obstacles with heroism.
What annoys you most of about the world you live in?
I wish people valued their existence and utilize each opportunity that life gives them to the fullest. So it annoys me when people don’t take this world seriously, where they live in.