YouTuber Dhruv Rathee Features on TIME Magazine’s Next Generation Leaders 2023

Mahi Kumari

Dhruv Rathee on TIME Next Generation Leaders 2023 list

Dhruv Rathee, a popular Indian YouTuber who makes videos on social and political topics in Hindi, has been featured on TIME magazine’s Next Generation Leaders 2023 list making him the only Indian in this prestigious list of 20 people from all over the world.

The ‘Next Generation Leaders‘ is a biannual selection of rising stars in politics, technology, culture, science, sports and business which has been curated since 2014 by the New York-based TIME magazine in partnership with the famous watch company, Rolex.

The first selection of the 2023 list featuring the English actress Florence Pugh on its cover and nine more trailblazers came around May this year, and now the second selection of ten more next-generation leaders was published this month with Scotland’s First Minister, Humza Yousaf on its cover.

The 28-year-old video creator, Dhruv Rathee, has been featured on the second selection of the Next Generation Leaders 2023 list of ten people. With more than 13 million subscribers on his channel, Rathee calls himself a ‘YouTube Educator’ as he tries to explain things in simple language by breaking down complex issues.

I’m honored to be included in this prestigious list and proud to represent India internationally,” Rathee said in a post on X (formerly Twitter) announcing his feature on TIME’s Next Generation Leaders 2023 list.

Dhruv Rathee discovered YouTube back in 2014 and inspired by the videos he watched, he started a channel for travel vlogs. At that time, he was pursuing mechanical engineering in Germany, and very soon he changed his idea of vlogs and began making explainer videos on politics and socio-economic issues.

After getting lakhs of subscribers on his YouTube channel and becoming famous, he again created a vlogging channel where he now uploads travel vlogs. Today, Dhruv Rathee is one of the most popular YouTube creators of India getting millions of views in his videos.

Reflecting on his journey in a video shared on TIME magazine’s web article, he said, “I didn’t really care about what people wanted to watch. I cared more about what I wanted to share with people“.

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