Hariprasad N is based out of Bangalore, and works in the Software Industry, mainly on Cloud Computing and Operating Systems. He has special interests in the areas of Spirituality, Politics and Law.
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Sandhya Jain is an author, independent researcher, and writer of political and contemporary affairs. Jain is a post graduate in Political Science from Delhi University and has had over three decades of experience as a professional journalist.
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Sandhya Krishnan is a Chennai based finance professional who is extremely passionate about history and literature.
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Anjali George is a writer and preservationist who is extremely passionate and ardent about the preservation of Indic and indigenous cultures. She is one of the pioneers behind the ‘Ready To Wait’ movement, which was launched in opposition of a politically motivated attack by so called feminists on the tradition of Sabarimala temple. She serves as a member of Frankfurt City’s Council of religions, Indic Collective and Shaktitva foundation. She is also the chairperson of People For Dharma.
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Sreejit Datta is an Assistant Professor and Director of the Centre for Civilisational Studies at the Rashtram School of Public Leadership.
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Koenraad Elst obtained his MA degrees in Sinology, Indology and Philosophy. He has published on the interface of religion and politics, correlative cosmologies, the dark side of Buddhism, the reinvention of Hinduism, technical points of Indian and Chinese philosophies, various language policy issues, Maoism, the renewed relevance of Confucius in conservatism, the increasing Asian stamp on integrating world civilization, direct democracy, the defence of threatened freedoms, and the Belgian question.
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Shri. Aravind Subramanyam, or “Sastha Aravind” as he is called fondly, is the great-grandson of Shri C V Srinivasa Iyer (Chaami Anna) who started the Panguni Uthram Festival at Sabarimala – thus tracing a century-old connection with the Sabarimala temple. He has done his research on Sastha worship for the past 24 years and has penned around 10 books about Lord Sastha. His magnum opus Shri Maha Sastha Vijayam (Complete Purana on Lord Sastha) is worth mentioning – a massive book of 500 pages. He has published research articles and books in the field of education and religion. He has also published articles and lectured extensively on Topics of Indian Heritage, Puranas and Devi Worship.
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Ravilochanan is a finance professional who is interested in economics and history. Is a student of Indic orthopraxy, philosophy and keen on demographic studies. A believer in the constitutional process to arrive at solutions for the problems undermining Indic communities at large.
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The writer is a Self-employed Engineer, Social Activist and Columnist. Can be reached at 9101201317, Email : biddapur@gmail.com
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Shivam Mishra has done Masters in Sociology and is interested in Indian history and society. He believes in the Indic intellectual tradition of Guru-shishya and Shastrath. He is currently a Research Associate at the Upword Foundation.
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Raghunandhan (Raghu) Bhaskaran is a Bharathi and like many today, he for long, ignored his heritage and was focused towards Artha, to the exclusion of the other Purusharthas and is yet another IT consultant. But now he is increasingly a seeker of what it means to be a Hindu, a follower of Dharma in every sphere of life – personal, social, cultural and political. Towards this, he uses writing as a sadhana, to attain clarity and shares his learning with others, learns from others. He considers himself as the ‘Mongoose of Mahabharatha’, from the Ashwamedha Parva. Serendipity has led him to some yagna-salas, the works/company of some wonderful people – from heritage, family, friends, teachers and even on social media. He rolls around in the crumbs of their wisdom and some stick to him. And he shines in parts, from those borrowed crumbs of knowledge.
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Hemant Pandey is a seeker and an ardent devotee of Anjaneya. He also works as a police officer for living.
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Writing | Editing | Digital Marketing | (Science and Art of) Influence | Consumer Behavior | Market Research | Journalism- cultural and most things civilizational
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Writes on art, history, culture, archaeology
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Subhadeep Saha is a Kolkata based freelance writer and commentator. He is an associate of The Saborno Sangrahalay – an evolving India studies resource centre in Kolkata. Dr Probal Roy Chowdhury is an independent researcher and educational consultant. He currently engages in scholarly explorations on the history of indigenous education in modern India and on cultural and ritual traditions of Bengal, especially the Durga Puja festival. He is the founder-secretary of The Saborno Sangrahalay – an evolving India studies resource centre in Kolkata
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Yogi, Polymath and works as a lawyer
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Stories of Bengali Hindus, in their own words, ‘is a collective of descendants of East Bengali Hindu survivors of working to preserve forgotten stories of our persecution and our heritage’.
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Adarsh Ranjan Jha is a student of Environmental Engineering at Delhi Technological University. He is a follower of Sanatana Dharma and deeply interested in history, culture and politics.
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Shishir Tripathi is a Delhi based freelance journalist who has earlier worked with Indian Express and Firstpost
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Nitin Dhar is a 1993 born Kashmiri Pandit who lived his childhood in Purkhoo Camp, which was set up for the genocide survivors in the deserted outskirts of Jammu. He is now based in Mumbai and has studied journalism. Nitin is an active Kashmiri Pandits’ rights activist and a cinematographer by profession
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Subhadeep Saha is a Kolkata based freelance writer and commentator. He is an associate of The Saborno Sangrahalay – an evolving India studies resource centre in Kolkata.
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Archaka of Chilkur Balaji Devasthanam – Arguing for religious freedom & preserving traditional systems
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Shaktiki Sharma is a Masters in corporate law with four years of experience in legal and non-legal research and policy analysis. Motivated to work towards the preservation of Indic identity and culture. She is a part of the legal team of Indic Collective.
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Stotra enthusiast, Educationist, Contributor to Dharma column in Sirf News
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Jayasankar is a State Committee member of Bharatiya Janata Party in Kerala and a social activist.
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T R Ramesh is the president of the Indic Collective. He is a relentless campaigner against violations and irregular practices in temple administration. He has taken on the HR & CE Department in several temples and on several issues across Tamil Nadu.
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Nithin Sridhar is an Author, Speaker, and Journalist based in Mysuru, India. Though trained as a civil engineer and has worked in the construction field, his passion for culture and philosophy made him take a career change into journalism.
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Dr Probal Roy Chowdhury is an independent researcher and educational consultant. He currently engages in scholarly explorations on the history of indigenous education in modern India and on cultural and ritual traditions of Bengal, especially the Durga Puja festival. He is the founder-secretary of The Saborno Sangrahalay – an evolving India studies resource centre in Kolkata
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Raghava Krishna is Associate Dean at the Rashtram School of Public Leadership and a student of civilisational thought. Sreejit Datta is Director of Civilisational Studies Practice and an Assistant Professor at the Rashtram School of Public Leadership.
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