Ruchi Dwivedi pursued her undergraduate BA Geography (Honors) from Delhi University, in 2018. She completed her post-graduation in MA Urban Studies from Ambedkar University Delhi, in 2020. Her interest areas comprise urban geography and ecology. She wrote her master’s dissertation based on primary sources (fieldwork), on the topic “Impact of mass tourism on water: A Case Study of Dharamshala (Smart City) Himachal Pradesh ”. She is currently a Research Associate at IIIT-D, on a part-time basis and with CSH as a Research Assistant for the project ‘CHALLINEQ’ under the supervision of Dr. Nicolas Gravel, which aims to understand inequalities in India and its changes over a period of 15 years through various socioeconomic factors.