Dr. Hindol Sengupta is a historian, journalist, and award-winning author of nine books. He is the Editor-at-Large at Fortune India and has also been a senior journalist with leading broadcasters and publications. He studied South Asian history and politics at Worcester College, Oxford, as a Chevening Scholar and in business and finance as Knight-Bagehot Fellow
at Columbia University. He has a doctorate in International Relations from the Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations. His works include ‘Being Hindu’ – which received the Wilbur Award from the Religion Communicators Council of America (2018), ‘The Man who Saved India:
Sardar Patel and His Idea of India’ – awarded as best work of non-fiction by the Valley of Word literary festival (2019), ‘Recasting India’ – shortlisted for Hayek Prize given by the Manhattan Institute (2015). In 2015, he was also awarded PSF Award for his contribution to writing.