In nature, ecological and evolutionary forces interact continuously to generate the complex living world around us. For a long time, it was assumed that evolutionary time scales are generally longer than ecological time scales. Thus, the effect of evolution was not considered to be important while studying ecological systems. However, it has been recently shown in various studies that evolution and ecology can happen at a comparable time scale. The resulting dynamics between ecological and evolutionary forces are better known as eco-evolutionary dynamics. Since these interactions shape the fate of organisms in varying environmental conditions, they fascinate me deeply and constitute my primary research interest.