Anjali Parvati Koda is a playwright and Co-founder of Samahaara. Her first play Purushotham-He, the victim of Spiders and Pressure Cookers, written when she was 18, was a critical success. Her second play, Dominic Wesley, performed first in Feb 2011 has been cited as "a modern fable", and a landmark English play in Hyderabad's history. She also has written Gregor Samsa, a stage adaptation of Franz Kafka's novella "Metamorphosis" and is currently working on her fourth play. She also co-wrote an adaptation of William Seebring's The Original Last Wish Baby, titled The Last Wish Baby. She has a Mass Communications degree and a MA in English literature. She has assisted in several ad films, television serials, one documentary and a movie.