Chitra Bajpai is currently a research fellow at the Department of English and Modern European Languages, University of Lucknow, India. She is presently working on her doctoral thesis titled “Water, Ecology, and Society: Reading Amitav Ghosh’s The Great Derangement, M.M Vinodini’s Thirst and, Neela Madhab Panda’s Kadvi Hawa” that investigates the representation of water in those creative works. Her research focuses on delineating the issues of global climate change and disturbed water ecologies and their cause and effect on the Indian subcontinent. She works as a language teacher with an NGO “Promak Foundation” from the last 4 years. a Fulbright Language Teaching Assistant, Ms. Bajpai intends to explore the role of language in building links among nations, development, and global citizenship. An aspiring teacher, she proposes to amalgamate both the languages comprehensible to her and bringing their respective cultures and transformations along with finding inspirations and creating reflections.