Our Mentor and Guide
Rajiv Malhotra was trained initially as a Physicist, and then as a Computer Scientist specializing in AI in the 1970s. After a successful corporate career in the US, he became an entrepreneur and founded and ran several IT companies in 20 countries. Since the early 1990s he has been researching civilizations and their engagement with technology from a historical, social sciences and mind sciences perspective. He has authored several best-selling books. His latest book on AI is titled, ‘Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Power: 5 Battlegrounds’, in which India is the case study to analyze the impact of AI in a variety of domains.
Manogna Sastry is a Master of Science from the Indian Institute of Astrophysics, with a strong background in theoretical physics and mathematics including General Relativity, Inflationary Theory, Quantum Field Theory and Astrophysics. Her research interests encompass the study of ancient India as well as seeking to understand the manifestation of the old spirit of the land through contemporary forms of philosophy, science and literature.
T. N. Sudarshan
T. N. (Therani Nadathur) Sudarshan is a Computer Scientist by profession, engaging primarily in the fields of Artificial Intelligence and related technologies. His research and practical interests in the extant civilizational encounter have been to formalise and enable the reification of the dharmic dialectic and its related semantics (both epistemologically and ontologically) not only in the socio-cultural space but also in pedagogy, both in the Sciences and Social Sciences.
Divya Nagaraj is a Computer Engineer and a post-graduate in Management who joined Infinity Foundation as a Researcher and the host of ‘The Youth Asks’ series featured on the Rajiv Malhotra YouTube Channel. At Infinity Foundation, she oversees social media activities, manages a team of 20+ youth volunteers, develops educational material & other projects of IF that include the dissemination of the foundation’s original research activities. She also contributes articles to the Intellectual Kshatriya portal & other research projects.
R Buvaneswari is a B.Com graduate from Bharathidasan University, currently employed as Admin Executive in Infinity Foundation India, Chennai. She has worked earlier with Unicef and FAO, Organizations of the United Nations and has more than 20 years of experience in various fields viz., Adminstration, Operations and Finance & Budgeting.
Biswajit Malakar is a photographer/graphics designer and a film-maker by profession from the small town of Shillong, Meghalaya, India. With over 3 years of professional experience he is currently working as fulltime cinematographer & motion graphics animator with Infinity Foundation India. Other than his work he takes great interest anthropology and music.
Divya Sharma is a graphic designer from Delhi, India. She has a degree in Multimedia from Picasso Animation College, Delhi. Her aim is to always create compelling and effective designs, thumbnails, flyers, infographics & banners.
Vandana V Mishra has a Masters degree in Statistics from Mumbai University and Post graduate Diploma degree in Computer Science. She worked as a Research Associate in the department of Electrical Engineering Dept at IIT Kanpur. At Infinity Foundation India she is involved in various academic and promotional activities.
Shalini P V
Shalini is a Managing Trustee at Infinity Foundation India. She is proficient in 7 languages. She has worked for about two decades in various roles as an engineer, teacher, student of language, translator, relationship manager and project manager for various projects in diverse domains.
Subhodeep Mukhopadhyay is a computer engineer and MBA (Finance) with a corporate background in data science and management reporting. At Infinity Foundation India, he oversees various research initiatives and academic projects in the areas of civilization studies and closely aligned with the organization’s goal of producing better understanding among different cultures. His current areas of research include dharma and business, social impact of technology and cross-cultural encounters.