Kenu Agarwal is a social, spiritual and political activist. Born, brought up and educated in Delhi, she is well aware of different social, religious, educational, economic and political problems and requirements of the people.
She received a bachelor of commerce (honours) from Delhi University, where she received all her education in English and also received computer training. She has been consistently working to support interreligious harmony, environmental conservation, welfare of villagers, women, children, journalists and disempowered members of society.
She has been working with social organizations Ahimsa Vishwa Bharti and Indraprastha Press Club of India. She has been working with Ahimsa Vishwa Bharti since 2012, organizing Interfaith, Interreligious seminars, conferences, meetings and talks. She would like to work for interfaith, interreligious, and intercultural harmony at the national and international level.
Kenu Agarwal has been living in the Chandni Chowk area of Delhi established in 17th Century where people worship in Hindu and Jain Temples, Mosques, Churches, Gurudwaras and other religious places. She believes that spiritual freedom and salvation can be achieved through bhakti and karma. We may believe in any form of God or worship any form God and undertake any activity for our livelihood we can reach salvation if we have love for God and do our karma.