People have already suggested some nice advice, so I’m not going to repeat them again, rather I would share what I learnt from my past experiences that many Linux users felt the same as you @CyberBoyAyush.
I wish all Linux Distros should have only one desktop like Mac or Windows, so that no one could ever bore from them. But luckily, Linux is an open-source and mostly free and full of choices as per your need and work. You just need to choose them wisely.
Linux is the Combination of the following things.
Back-end - Distros doesn’t matter too much. Mine is Arch
DE - Your Desktop Enterface (Gnome, XFCE, etc) is your personal choice. I tried 22 but mine is Deepin.
Package management system - (deb, rpm or arch) you choose is also personal choice again. Mine is arch.
And choose Kernel (Latest, LTS, Zen or Custom) according your hardware’s best performance. I prefer LTS.
I tried almost all three of package management systems and different Distros to learn Linux. Now, you have to find out your best combination.