Welcome to Srishti Moudgil’s Blog

My Writing Journey

Srishti Moudgil is a content writer and poet based in New Zealand. A part-time writing job during her Bachelor of Technology grew her interest in writing. After completing her graduation in 2014, she chose to start her career as a content writer.

She discovered her art of writing poetry while studying English Literature at The University of Auckland in 2018. Since then, she has published three poetry books and continues to work on more. She also holds a Master of Arts in English from India. Her inspiration for writing comes from nature, traveling, meditation, ancient Indian scriptures, and English and Hindi literature.

content and copywriting

I believe words hold magic to transform lives and businesses. Be it storytelling, blogs, or writing a copy for a marketing campaign, I have the skills and experience to inspire my readers and audience positively. Over the last 6 years, I have developed my content and copywriting skills and experience by working with various IT companies and clients in India and New Zealand.

Published work


Half Concrete Half Water is my first poetry book born out of experiences and observations from my personal life. You can read it here.

Half Concrete Half Water Part-II is the second book in the series Half Concrete Half Water. It is a collection of poems from experiences in the inter-cultural space in New Zealand. Read it here.

Reverie is inspired by questions, experiences, moments of epiphany, inner quests, and longings that have left a profound impact on me. You can buy the book here.


I started my blog in the year 2016 and continue to write on spirituality, travel, culture and more. You can read my blog here.

Recent Posts

  • Day 2 of 3: Wel-Queenstown(Milford Sound)
    Ah! A very special day of my three-day trip. Milford Sound was the main reason I wanted to go to Queenstown for the second time. If you are short of time, you can also directly go to Te Anau for… Continue Reading →
  • Day 1 of 3: Wellington-Queenstown
    December 14’21 I woke up to the sound of heavy rain and wind constantly knocking at my window. Well, this is usual Wellington weather. But you still expect some kindness from the weather on the day when your holiday plans… Continue Reading →
  • Kanyadāna? Kanyamaan?
    Recently, I came across an advertisement that portrayed the meaning of Kanyadāna as giving away the bride thus showcasing the girl as an ‘object’. My concern isn’t the advertisement because I understand how poorly researched such advertisements are including the… Continue Reading →

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