Contributors

Kushal Mehra is B.Com graduate from Mumbai University, self-employed textile entrepreneur, and part-time socio-political activist.3 Articles


Dr. Ranjan Ghosh

Dr. Ranjan Ghosh is an economist with a keen interest in the philosophy of science and dharma. He earned his Ph.D. from Humboldt University Berlin, Germany and conducting part of his work at the Nobel Prize winning Elinor Ostrom Workshop at Indiana University. He currently works and teaches at the Department of Economics, SLU Uppsala, Sweden3 Articles


Dr. David Frawley

Dr. David Frawley (Pandit Vamadeva Shastri) D. Litt., is a recipient of the prestigious Padma Bhushan award, one of the highest civilian awards granted by the government of India, for distinguished service of a higher order to the nation, honoring his work and writings as a Vedic teacher, which he received in March 2015. He is the founder and director of the American Institute of Vedic Studies in Santa Fe, New Mexico, which offers educational information on Yoga philosophy, Ayurveda, and Vedic astrology.2 Articles


Dr. Subramanian Swamy

Dr. Subramanian Swamy is a senior member of the BJP government. He is a former Union Minister for Commerce, Law &Justice, Former Professor of Economics, IIT, Delhi, Convenor of the Legal and Parliamentary Cells of the Hindu Dharma Acharya Sabha, and National President of Virat Hindustani Sangam. He holds a Ph.D from Harvard in Economics.2 Articles


Satish Sharma

Satish Sharma is a senior management consultant with wide ranging expertise for several decades in information systems and business operations. He is an acknowledged YogaAcharya, trained in the YogaShastras and Dharmic Scriptures from the perspective of personal spiritual practice. He teaches meditation and yoga since 2002 and has taught in the UK and Ireland, Europe and the US, Israel and India. He has appeared on various TV and Radio shows speaking on Hinduism and Dharma.Currently he is serving as General Secretary of the NCHTUK, National Council of Hindu Temples in UK. He has been working extensively with the AFN, the British Sikh Consultative Forum and is the Chair of “City of London InterFaith”. He chairs the representation of the Hindu community at national events to also help formulate and contribute the Hindu perspective to Government through the British Board of Hindu Scholars.2 Articles


George Augustine

George Augustine is an MA in English language and Literature and has worked as a copywriter, editor and public relations director in India before he settled in Germany. He has published a novel (MAYA) in English in India and has written numerous articles on faith and religion. His interest in science and technology is nurtured by professional translation assignments.1 Articles


S Gurumurthy

Swaminathan Gurumurthy, popularly known as a writer and journalist in India, is a corporate adviser, being a chartered accountant by profession. Highly rated for his investigative writing, he has ceaselessly campaigned against corruption at high places, exposing the bribery in Bofors arms deal and the nexus between corporates and government. Gurumurthy was rated among 50 most powerful persons in India in 1990 [Gentleman magazine]; as the 8th most powerful [Business Baron magazine 2004]; as the 17th most powerful [India Today magazine in 2005].1 Articles


Shobha Swamy

Lata Shevana

Lata has a Doctoral degree in the area of the “Role of families in the promotion of child mental health”. She has been working in the field of Special Education (Mentally Challenged) for the last 28 years and Medical Social Work for the last 20 years. Lata has been awarded the Fulbright Junior Research Fellowship affiliated to the Centre for Play Therapy, University of North Texas, Denton, USA - Year 2005-2006. Her areas of Specialisation were Play and Filial Therapy and use of Expressive methodologies. She is also an Emotional Intelligence Certified therapist (The Six-Seconds Model).1 Articles


Prof. Ganesh Ramakrishnan

Prof. Ramakrishnan did his BTech and Ph.D from IIT Mumbai. He is an associate Professor and J.R. Issac Assistant Chair Professor in the Institute. He was awarded the IBM Faculty Award in 2011. Besides his contributions in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Ganesh works closely with the Centre for Technology Alternatives for Rural Areas.1 Articles