Saanchi Singh is a seven year old author who has a passion for storytelling. At such a young age, she already understands the power of stories, and how they can bring to life new characters and experiences. Her enthusiasm is further reinforced by bedtime stories told by her parents and family members, which teach her lessons about life as well as imparting wisdom from their own childhoods. This encouraged her to create her own narrative and develop a passion for reading and writing.
Saanchi has high hopes that her story will be an inspiration to other kids. She's looking forward to connecting with them through her stories, while they can benefit from the same experience when they come across her work. Even if she doesn't get the chance to meet or interact with these kids, Saanchi is confident that her stories will reach them and bring them joy in the same way she gets joy from reading others' stories.
Saanchi's mythological tale, "The Mighty Gods," is featured in the book "Once Upon In Our Minds." This story examines the ancient beliefs around eclipses and their significance for the Hindu religion. It suggests that badness is simply an absence of goodness and that, like an eclipse, unwelcome problems are short-lived, while good deeds foster long-term peace and harmony.