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Who We Are & What We Do

Happy Triangle Foundation was founded in August 2016 to create a space for educational growth and thinking together. The foundation works in three key areas: Education, Health, and Community Development.


It began with workshops on critical thinking, gender, and climate change, and also included skills workshops with working women, and health awareness programs. Our goal is to facilitate spaces for new thought in economically and socially vulnerable children and women.


Our Mission

To create and contribute to the creation of a discrimination-free society.

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Our Vision

To make community nourishment (physical and mental) accessible to all, irrelevant of any discrimination, especially with a priority for underserved communities.


Our Values


We believe community support starts with care for each individual.


We believe our unity and ‘thinking together’ can make our society progress.

Anti Discrimination

We believe an evolved society should hold no place for the multi-dimensional discriminations of caste, gender, religion, and similar factors.


We believe respecting nature and all sentient beings is foundational to create a concious and positive change.


We believe it is essential to act ethically and meaningfully with each undertaking.

Meet the Team

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Rekha Sharma

Co-Founder & Managing Editor

Rekha has 21 years of experience as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Indian Army and continues her passion to public service with Happy Triangle. She has degrees in commerce, education, and nursing and an MA in commerce. She write on health for the magazine.

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Raj Kumar Sharma


Also known as Pandit Ji, Mr. Sharma is an astrologer a field which he has been practising since the age of 8. He experience of overcoming internal displacement due to conflict in the north steers him to help people and he supports HTF with financing and management.

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Palak Rashma Sharma

Co-Founder & Managing Editor

Palak’s interest in Buddhist philosophy and Bhutan’s economics guided her to create programs of education and social support. She has degrees in economics from Symbiosis and Johns Hopkins University. She has experience foreign policy think tanks, The World Bank, and Barefoot College, with field experience in Rajasthan and slums of Mumbai. She uses this experience to write on Indian history for the magazine.

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Adheip Rashada

Associate Editor

Adheip works at the Science Gallery Bengaluru as a Learning Associate. He has studied International Conflict, Security and Migration. In his free time, he dabbles in making photo projects, sketching, watching films, and reading manga. 

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