Prabhakar is a Civil Engineering Graduate from Dr. KN Modi Institute of Engineering and Technology, Ghaziabad. He is a robust traveler, a renowned blogger on Sanātana culture, and an author. Initially, he started writing travel-blogs in 2016, but the more he traveled the various parts of India, he became fascinated by her rich theosophy and heritage. Soon, he began working on the ideas around these two domains. The Indian Rover is the outcome of that. Today, you are looking at the more improvised version of the magazine, with a team of young and enthusiastic people who have joined him in this ‘virtual travel’ to the Sanātana!
Tirtha is a renowned multilingual poet, author, lyricist, painter, theorist and thinker. His debut poetry collection, Firefly of Love, is an international best-seller, published in 13 countries (including USA & UK), for which he received the India Book of Records in the category: “Debut Poetry Book Sold in Maximum Countries” in 2021. His poems & stories have been published in various nationally & internationally reputed journals, magazines, and anthologies. In 2016, he received the Vidyasagar Memorial Award for academic excellence. He was sponsored to explore the Vedas and Upanishads by the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies (OCHS, Oxford University) and he is, at present, a Ph.D. Research Scholar in the Department of English at Banaras Hindu University (BHU). He has recently been awarded with the prestigious Research Excellence Award by the Institute of Scholars (InSc).
Karan is a techie & a web solution architect. He loves to read, write, and explore the various shades of life. Karan possesses knowledge of full stack development and currently working to find and create technical solutions of various problems. He has special knack for digi-techs such as Django, Frontend technologies, and Python. He holds an expertise about networking and databases. Currently, he is researching on data science to find better solutions for a bright future of India.