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Honored to have won the "Renaissance Architect Prize" for being shortlisted in five categories for the Architecture Affiliate Awards 2021 organized by Silk Matters team to promote the affiliated career opportunities for architects who want to do more than architecture and recognize the many talents architects acquire through the course of becoming one.


This illustration and animation supporting the cause of neglected North-Eastern people of India have been featured on Instagram and Facebook pages of Yoodlee Films - the film division of Saregama India Limited, India's oldest music label. This series is solely inspired by the recent movie “Axone” (Akhuni) on Netflix produced by Yoodlee Films. These illustrations have also been featured in ScoopWhoop, and have been published in Bored Panda.


Father’s Day illustrations in support of “Black Lives Matter” movement has been published in Bored Panda.


Honored to have won the "2020 Best Design Achievement Award" for our "Aging in Place" team project in the Healthcare Studio. Though we were unable to present our project at

HDR's office due to the pandemic situation, I'm extremely thankful to my studio instructors Cameron Campbell, Daejin Kim & Andrea Wheeler for their efforts and the judges from HDR to review remotely.


07   /   24   /   2021

Nominated for the Excellence Award for the 63rd ADAI (Art Directors Association of Iowa) Design Exhibition 2021 (upcoming).

05   /   15   /   2021

The poem "Bhobishyot Bhabhnay" (In Thoughts of Future) published in the summer edition of the Bengali magazine  - "Abhibyakti" (The Expression) by Adda, New Jersey, USA.

04   /   09   /   2021

Served on an online panel, “Standing out in a virtual crowd: how to navigate interview dynamics in a virtual setting” held by Iowa State University, during its Graduate and Professional Student Conference.

03   /   25   /   2021

Featured in APA's (American Planning Association) Iowa Chapter as a planner during Women's History Month. 

03   /   16   /   2021

Passed the exam for Evidence-Based Design Accreditation and Certification from The Center for Health Design. 

01   /   13   /   2021

Selected as a Proposal Reviewer for the NPC 21 (National Planning Conference - American Planning Association) COVID recovery and reinvention session.

01   /   04   /   2021

Selected as a juror for the INSPIRELI AWARDS, the global architectural student contest.

01   /   01   /   2021

The poem "Kobita Noy" (No Poetry) published in the Bengali magazine  - "Antarjatik Kobimukh" (The International Saga of Poets) in the special edition.

12   /   10   /   2020

Featured in Leo A Daly's website as a new member of the Planning and Design team and won Leo A Daly organized Virtual Halloween Costume Contest and  the Selfie Scavenger Hunt. 

10   /   30   /   2020

Interviewed by journalist Nihar Gokhale on the Aerotropolis context for his article "Mega airport plans, but a pittance for farmers" published in The Morning Context.

09   /   22   /   2020

Received the Honorable Mention for the Architectural Visualization Competition 2020 organized by RTF (Rethinking The Future).

09   /   22   /   2020

Became an Associate Member of American Planning Association.

07   /   01   /   2020

Artworks shortlisted for Women Who Design Spring Exhibition, USA, 2021.

06   /   25   /   2020

The poem "Alash Somoy" (Lazy Days) published in the E-Book  - "Sustho Prithibir Sondhane" (In Search of a Cured World) by Kobita-Kutir in the June-July edition.

05   /   26   /   2020

Became an Associate Member of American Institute of Architects.


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Join me for a free online workshop "Today's Dilemma: A Collage of Self and City" in collaboration with The Women Who Design on November 7, 2020. This workshop is a creative space for dialogue and expression of the lived experiences of women in architecture and provides an opportunity to meet, share and learn amongst a supportive community.

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Our ongoing research project Study Studenica is now featured on Princeton's Mapping Eastern Europe platform. Mapping Eastern Europe is intended to promote study, research, and teaching about the history, art, and culture of Eastern Europe between the thirteenth and seventeenth centuries among students, teachers, scholars, and the wider public which is made possible through generous support from the “Rapid Response Magic Project of the Princeton University Humanities Council”.

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