This is Manjita Chanu, who was born in Assam, brought up in Nagaland, and who has lived in New Delhi for the past 15 years.
Last week, she took her friends on a trip to visit the tomb of I’timad-ud-Daulah, one of Agra's most popular historical monuments.
However, they were in for a rude shock when they were forbidden from entering the premises with their tickets, after the security personnel branded them "foreigners".
Despite her insistence that she was as Indian as anyone else, the guard forced the group to show him their identity cards as proof.
They recorded the entire debacle on their phones, and were only allowed in after 25 minutes of arguing with different people in charge.
"I've visited Agra three times before, but I've never faced this problem. They looked at me like I'm from somewhere else. Like I had to cover my face," Chanu told BuzzFeed.
"I haven't faced racism like this in Delhi, but yeah, I've heard comments and all in Goa and Bengaluru many times before," she added.
Racism is a very real problem that Indians from the North East have been facing for a long time, and going by the experience Chanu and her friends went through, it doesn't look like things are improving.
You can read Chanu's post here:
Sahil Rizwan is a social news reporter for BuzzFeed and is based in Mumbai.
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