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Sridhar Poddar

Sridhar is currently on a visiting programme, focusing on English and Economics.

Mahaveer Singhvi

MBA in Management and Law - University of Delhi (2008)

Mahaveer is pursing a Masters in Diplomatic Studies. His areas of interest are International Law and International Relations.


Dr Alok K Mishra

PhD in Psychometric Disorder

MSt in Philosophy

MSt in Clinical Psycology

College: Oxford Department of International Development

Dr Mishra is studying Statelessness and International Law. His area of academic interest is International Development.




Brunda Karanam

BA Honours in Law - National Law School of India University (2011)

Brunda is studying Law at Worcester College.

Shubhangi S. Gokhale

Shubangi is studying at Skidmore College, USA, where she is majoring in Government and East Asian Studies.

She came to Oxford to study Hinduism and British foreign policy.

Abhishek Ghosh

BA (Hon.) in English - University of Calcutta (2004)
MSt in the Study of Religion - Oxford University (2006)
Abhishek is currently pursuing his PhD at the University of Chicago. His research interest includes Caitanya Vaishnavism during late colonial and
postcolonial periods in Bengal and focuses especially on the Bhagavata commentarial tradition that was developed by Bhaktivinoda Thakura, Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati and Bhaktivedanta Swami.

Jay Swain

Jay is studying for a BA in Law.

Sahasrangshu Sinha

B.Tech in IT and Computer Engineering - University of Kalyani (2004)

Sahasrangshu is studying for an MBA in finance and Entrepreneurship. He is interested in the study of the History of Hinduism.

Brainerd Prince

Bachelor of Commerce - Delhi University (1994)
MA in English - Himachal University (1997)
BA in Divinity - Serampore University, Pune (2001)
Brainerd is pursuing a PhD on Sri Aurobindo's philosophy of religion with a working title:  Embodied Spirit: A Hermeneutical Reading of Aurobindo’s Integral Philosophy with Implications for the Study of Religion under Professor Gavin Flood, Oxford University. Apart from his work on Sri Aurobindo, his research interests include Hermeneutics, Phenomenology and the Academic Study of Religion.