Kenneth X. Robbins is a psychiatrist, collector, and independent scholar on South Asia, with a particular interest in maharajas and other Indian princes, as well as the Rajputs, African Muslims, Chettiyars, Sikhs, missionaries, and Jews in South Asia. He has curated more than a dozen Indian exhibits and five scholarly conferences dealing with maharajas and nawabs, painting, women artists and political figures, medicine, and philately. His most recent exhibition projects focus on African Muslim elites and Jews in India. In addition to publishing more than seventy articles, he is the co-editor of "African Elites in India" and is working on a book about the Princely states of Gujarat and several other volumes about Jews in South Asia. Quite the accomplished and diverse portfolio!