Arhan Bagati is a Gurgaon based young man who has made the entire NCR or even the state proud about the same. The key reason behind making Arhan Bagati feel proud to everyone is that he created an app called IndTokyo to help the people of the Indian Paralympic Contingent during the Tokyo Paralympic Games. This made him the Awareness and Impact Ambassador for the Paralympic committee of India the key face of the country in the said sporting event.
In fact, he developed this app way back in 2016 when he was barely 16 years of age. This was done to help the Indian contingent for the 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro. The app is loaded with incredible amounts of information that helps him participate and move around with the relevant information and other things.
This made the teenager make news headlines in various newspapers and magazines. The apps help in finding a wide range of information like route maps, emergency contact numbers of the Indian embassy, the nearby disabled-friendly kiosks, language translator and so on. In other words, the app is your good companion in Japan for the people visiting during the times of the Tokyo Paralympic Games. His efforts were applauded by the state and he rose to popularity with it.
The Gurgaon based young lad is known to have other skills as well, which include writing on a wide range of magazines and journals where he contributes on issues like national security, health and other diverse subjects. Some of the magazines where he regularly contributes include Quint, Firstpost, Greater Kashmir, and many more. Currently he is a student of graduation with Politics as his major subject and Asian Studies as minor. He intends to write his dissertation as well as the part of his UG program.