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Natasha Narwal Net Worth, Biography, Age, Husband, Height, Weight, Career

Natasha Narwal

Natasha Narwhal is a Haryana-based Indian activist, feminist collective, and entrepreneur. She is best known as an activist for “Pinjra Tod,” a group of female students. Natasha, as an active member of Pinjra Tod and an activist, is always in favor of women’s safety and rights.

Natasha Narwal was arrested by Delhi Police on May 23, 2020, for her involvement in a premeditated conspiracy in the Northeast Delhi riots, according to reports (held in February 2020). The Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act was used to file a case against her (UAPA).

According to reports, her father, Mahavir Narwal, died on May 9, 2021, as a result of COVID-19. Following her father’s death, the Delhi High Court granted Natasha Narwal interim bail for three weeks in order for her to perform her father’s final rites. Read this article to learn more about Natasha Narwal’s life story.

Quick Facts

Full Real Name Natasha Narwal.
Age (as of 2021) 32 years old.
Profession Activist, and Entrepreneur.
Birthday March 5, 1989 (Thursday).
Place of Birth Haryana, India.
Current Residence New Delhi, India.
Education Ph.D.
Alma mater Hindu College.
Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Height (approx.) In Feet Inches: 5′ 6″
In Meters: 1.67 m
In Centimetres: 167 cm
Weight (approx.) In Kilograms: 55 Kg
In Pounds: 121 lbs
Eye Color Black.
Hair Color Black.
Nationality Indian.
Caste Haryanvi Jaat.
Religion Hinduism.
Zodiac Sign Pisces.

Natasha Narwal Biography

Natasha Narwal was born to her parents on Thursday, March 5, 1989, in Haryana, India. She is a follower of Hinduism. Natasha Narwal is 32 years old, according to her birth date (as of 2021).

She is a gifted lady. Natasha moved to Delhi for her higher education after finishing her primary education at a local private school in her hometown. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Hindu College in Delhi.

According to reports, she is a Ph.D. student at JNU’s Center for Historical Studies. During her college years, she was a member of an activist group for women’s safety and rights.

*WE HOPE TO SEE YOU AT ARTS FACULTY AT 4 PM TODAY*We take on the fight in Delhi University today, drawing on the incredible energy and inspiration that women students breaking down barriers across the country have provided us. @PinjraTod @ravishk pic.twitter.com/wtWCGXXHur #PinjraTod #DUAgainstCurfew @PinjraTod @ravishk pic.twitter.com/wtWCGXXHur

Natasha Narwal is of the Haryanvi Jat caste, according to media reports. When it comes to her family, she is the family’s eldest child. “Mahavir Narwal,” her father, was a retired scientist from CCS Haryana Agricultural University.

Her mother (name withheld) is a stay-at-home mom. According to her Facebook profile, she has a younger brother named “Aakash Narwhal” in the family. Natasha’s father died as a result of COVID-19, according to sources.

Her father, according to reports, was admitted to a local private hospital in Rohtak, Haryana. Let me tell you that on May 7, 2021, he tested positive for coronavirus.

Natasha Narwal Professional Life

Natasha began advocating for women’s rights and safety during her college years, according to sources. She eventually joined Pinjra Tod. During her college years, she lived in a girls’ hostel. She also posted about her life events in PG on Facebook.

Natasha Narwal and other members of Pinjra Tod participate in small protests for women’s rights. According to sources, Natasha Narwal and other Pinjra Tod activists, including Debangana Kalita, participated in the Northeast Delhi riots in February 2020.

After some time, she and Debangana were arrested on 23 May 2020 by Delhi Police for their alleged role in the ‘communal violence.’ In addition, police filed an Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act or UAPA case against Natasha Narwal. Narwhal was then imprisoned in Tihar Jail.

Facts

  • Natasha Narwhal is also a speaker and motivational leader.
  • She has also taken part in a number of protests and riots.
  • She has been a gifted student since elementary school.
  • Narwal is a Haryana native who moved to Delhi to study.
  • Her father was always supportive of her decision.