Hey, I am 

Arnab Guha

"Branding requires accountability. To build a great personal brand (an eponymous one), you must take on the risk of being publicly wrong"
~Naval Ravikant

About me

Hello, I'm Arnab Guha, an 18-year-old college student pursuing a finance major and economics minor at FLAME University in Pune. I plan to pursue my career in either Financial counselling or Fund management. I am skilled at Excel and Graphic designing, which lets me create compelling data visualizations. I enjoy turning numbers into easy-to-understand visuals that tell a story through it. I consider myself to be adaptable and empathetic, which allows me to connect with people from all walks of life. I am excited about the opportunities that lie ahead and look forward to making a positive impact in the world of finance.

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why is the website named oceanguha?

Arnab is a name derived from Sanskrit, meaning "ocean." The ocean is a powerful and vast force of nature, often representing both the beauty and the danger of the world's waters. In the case of my name, I resonate with it because I associate the word ocean with myself, as it is strong, dynamic, and adaptable. It is interesting to note that the person asking this question was named Arnab because he was born on the same day as the Boxing Day tsunami. The Boxing Day Tsunami, also known as the Indian Ocean Tsunami, occurred on December 26, 2004. It was triggered by a massive earthquake that had a magnitude of 9.1-9.3 and occurred off the west coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. The earthquake caused a series of giant waves that traveled across the Indian Ocean, affecting countries such as Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand, and many others.  This very force of nature which happened in December promoted my parents to name me Arnab. Since my complete name is Arnab Guha, I decided to exchange "Arnab" with the meaning of my name, hence the name Ocean Guha.

My life as an army brat

Being an army officer’s son, ‘posting’ has always been a part and parcel of my life since early childhood. In the past 18 years, I have studied in six different schools and lived in 10 different places. Having friends from the Himalayan town of Lansdowne to the coastal city of Trivandrum, my senior school at The City of Nawabs "Lucknow", and now perusing my university in  Pune. My interaction and friendship in every school have made me flexible and empathetic. I have become better at making friends, adapting and embracing a different culture, and understanding different types of people.
Despite the frequent posting, discipline has also been an integral part of my life. This has led to being very self-disciplined in living my life. Being called an army brat, is a tag I proudly associate myself with.
As the son of an army officer, I have seen firsthand the sacrifices that military families make, and the commitment they have to serve their country. This has given me a deep appreciation for the dedication and selflessness of those who serve in the armed forces, as well as for the importance of national unity and cooperation. It has given me a unique perspective on the importance of national service and sacrifice.