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Nandana Nagraj

Nandana studied Sanskrit in a traditional gurukulam in India and has an M.Sc. in Business Administration. She has led the Easwaramma Women’s Welfare Trust, edited Indian philosophy and Sanskrit texts, and worked on app development.

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Dr Daria Ricchi

Daria is an Ayurveda counsellor from the Kripalu School of Yoga and Ayurveda and a researcher. She has a Ph.D. in History and Theory of Architecture from Princeton, and she is working on the effect of architectural space on our body and mind. Daria is also a certified vinyasa and yin asana teacher. She has been […]

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Alan Herbert

An OCHS student, Alan Herbert is pursuing a D.Phil. in the Faculty of Theology and Religion at the University of Oxford.

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Dr Kenneth Valpey

Ken Valpey is one of the OCHS’s early students receiving his Doctorate from the University of Oxford in 2004. He is a theologian with a particular interest in animal ethics. He is an OCHS Fellow and a co-director of our Bhagavata Purana Research Project.

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Dr Rembert Lutjeharms

Dr Rembert Lutjeharms holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in Oriental Studies (Indology) from the University of Ghent, Belgium, 2003. He completed his D.Phil. in Theology at Oxford in 2010, focusing on the theology of the sixteenth-century Caitanya Vaishnava poet and literary critic Kavikarnapura. His research interests are Sanskrit poetry and poetics, early Caitanya Vaisnava history, and Sanskrit hermeneutics.

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Anuradha Dooney

Anuradha Dooney, Bachelors Degree in Social Science, from University College Dublin (1985). Curriculum writer for religious education courses in the UK and Belgium. Anuradha was awarded her MSt in the Study of Religion, from Oxford in 2003. Her thesis was an exploration of faith development in Vaishnava Hinduism. Anuradha teaches courses in London, Birmingham, Oxford, Cambridge, and Leicester.

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Dr Ramesh Pattni

Ramesh completed his D.Phil. at Oxford on Yoga Psychology based on the Yogasūtra of Patañjali. He has taught Hinduism since 1993 and has an interest in the psychological and philosophical aspects of Advaita Vedanta and their practical applications. He has taught at Cambridge University and other institutions, and does regular workshops and seminars on Hinduism. He has worked in interfaith forums in the UK and is the past Co-Chair of the Hindu Christian Forum (UK) and a past Director of the Interfaith Network UK.

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Shaunaka Rishi Das

​Tushar Shah is pursuing a PhD at Cambridge focusing on the role of the guru in modern Hindu traditions. He completed an MSt in Study of Religions at Oxford and most recently spent nine months in India studying Sanskrit and Hindu shastra. He has been delivering lectures and presentations on Hinduism for several years and has tutored OCHS Continuing Education courses since 2014.

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