The Bengaluru chapter of Indic Book Club will host a talk by Jay Jina on Astitva and Asmita - A perspective on evolving Hindu identity in Britain.
The talk is scheduled for Saturday, 26 November 2016, 6-7pm, and will be held at Indic Book Club’s Bengaluru library.
About the Speaker
Jay Jina is a United Kingdom-based third-generation non-resident Indian. Besides pursuing a professional career as European IT director with a multinational company and a part-time university academic, Jay's interests span history, current affairs, the Indian diaspora and the history and politics of science.
About Indic Academy
Indic Academy’s mission is to preserve, protect and promote Indic civilisational identity, thought and values. To achieve its mission, it seeks to transform thinkers, nurture networks and promote platforms.
Indic Academy has a target of transforming 2,020 public intellectuals into authors and scholars by the year 2020. The academy is currently nurturing Indic Book Club, a horizontal multi-city network, and two vertical networks, namely Indic Economic Network and Indic Law Network. The academy will shortly be launching other vertical networks in the areas of activism, arts and scholarship. It is actively promoting multiple platforms for academics, activists, artists and authors to express themselves.
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