Naman Joshi

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Born1 May 2001

Naman Joshi (Born 1 May 2001) is Indian author who wrote his first book Mad Alien when he was 14.[1] He was speaker of Uttarakhand Bal Vidhansabha during 2018–2021.[2] He organized three main self sponsored campaigns in which Hindi Samvaad was important regarding its theme.[3] He is the youngest to publish a literary research article in a peer reviewed journal.[4] He is a final year student of Hindu College|Hindu College, University of Delhi.


Naman was born at Champawat Uttarakhand. He started writing in a very early age. His first unpublished work was Khauf Jb Gali Badal de[5], which was written by him at the age of 10. When he was in 11th standard he organize his first student welfare campaign Board Se Dar Nhi which gain a little bit support from locals but the campaigns Helped a lot of student in removing the fear of Board exams from their mind, it also helped Naman to think about society and system due to which he is actively organized some more campaigns for student welfare.[6]

Personal Information
DOB 1/05/2001
Hometown Champawat, Uttarakhand
Education Hindu College, University of Delhi
Famous For Mad Alien[7]
Other Campaigns Baccha Kranti, Hindi Samvaad, Board Se Dar Nhi


Naman Joshi is an alumnus of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya NVS. In 2018 He took admission in Hindu College, Delhi for his Bachelor's degree. He was elected Speaker (2018) of Bal Vidhansabha which is joint initiative taken by SCPCR Uttarakhand, (a governing body of National Commission for Protection of Child Rights) Plan International|Plan India and SBMA


  • Mad Alien Published by Rigi Publication Punjab[8] it was launched by Ex Chief Minister of Uttarakhand|Chief Minister of Uttarakhand Harish Rawat.[9]
  • Research paper by International Journal Of Hindi Research.[4]
  • Poem By Hindi Samay[10]


  1. "Mad alien in Amazon".
  2. "Naman Joshi Speaker of Child Assembly Uttarakhand". The Times of India.
  3. "Hindi Samvad". Amar Ujala.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Naman Joshi Research Paper". International Journal Of Hindi Research. 5.
  5. "14 year old boy wrote novel". Amar Ujala.
  6. "speaker of Child Assembly". Amar Ujala.
  7. "Mad alien".
  8. "Book Published". Rigi Publication.
  9. "CM launched Naman Joshi Book" (PDF). Uttarakhand DIPR.
  10. "Hindi Samay Poem Published". Hindi Samay.

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