Ms. Kritika Dhyani worked for three years as an assistant professor of English in the Department of Humanities at Shivalik College of Engineering, Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradun. She is an alumna of Hansraj College, Delhi University where she studied for her graduate (English Hons.) and postgraduate (Masters of Arts) degrees. She worked as a teaching volunteer with National Service Scheme instructing underprivileged children. She has a level A2 Certificate of Proficiency in German from Doon University, Dehradun, and stood first in the class. She is a gold medallist in her M.Phil. degree in English Language Teaching from Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan. She is pursuing a Postgraduate Diploma in Translation Studies from Indira Gandhi National Open University. She works at Unison World School, Dehradun. In her academic oeuvre, Ms. Kritika has read papers in various seminars and conferences. She considers her paper Media, Nudity, and Gender- Interactions her superlative articulation. Her M.Phil. dissertation is titled Rhetoric of Political Speeches: A study of Donald Trump’s Political campaign. Her areas of interest include deconstruction, gender studies, intersectionality, reader-response criticism, and cultural studies. As a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant, Ms. Kritika teaches Hindi at Yale University. Apart from teaching, she focuses on the exchange of the practices which are an assortment of social, cultural, religious, and regional facets informing language. She believes in situating and starting a dialogue to bring a shift in the dominant narrative about local practices, enhancing mutual understanding of spatial and cultural discourse.