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Dr Tabinda J Burney is a mother of two girls, nine and five years of age and lives in London. She was born and brought up in New Delhi, India. She studied medicine at the Lady Hardinge Medical College and specialised in Respiratory Medicine. After having worked in several major hospitals in Delhi, she moved to UK where she works in a NHS hospital and divides her time between work and looking after her family, cooking especially to ensure that her children eat healthily. She enjoys gardening, travelling, reading and swimming. She has translated fiction for Urdu short story anthologies and published several academic papers for medical journals. ??. ???????? ??. ????? ?? ??????? ?? ??? ???? ?? ?? ?? ????? ???? ???? ?? ?? ?? ?? ???? ??? ???? ???? ?? ???? ?? ??????, ???? ??? ???? ?? ???????? ???? ???????? ?????? ????? ??? ???????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? ????? ???????? ??? ??????? ??????? ??? ?????? ?? ?? ?????? ????????? ??? ??? ???? ?? ???, ?? ??????? ??? ??? ???? ?? ?? ?????? ??????? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ???? ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ??? ?? ???? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????? ?? ????????? ???? ?? ??? ?? ???? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ?????? ?? ???????, ??????, ????? ?? ?????? ?? ???? ???? ???? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ???????? ?? ??? ??????? ?? ?????? ?? ???? ?? ?? ???????? ????????? ?? ??? ?? ??????? ? ????? ??? ????
A graduate of the University of Bangalore, Tanuja has been mentored by the Modern Masters of the country – Padalkar, Stein, Morad Chowdhury, and Kanvinde. With about 35 years of work experience and as a partner at Kanvinde Rai & Chowdhury since 2000, she has been involved in the design of a number of institutions and dairy complexes with an underlying concern towards creating a sustainable built environment.
Tanya Abraham is the curator and director of Kashi Art Gallery in Kochi and the founder of the NGO The Art Outreach Society. Tanya was born and raised in Fort Kochi, a town of cultural flavour and antiquity, where her family has been living for the past eight generations. Originally from the region of the famed ancient port of Muziris and born to parents of two different Christian communities, the differences in traditions and religious influences based on history always fascinated her. Tanya worked as a journalist the last 15 years, for Indian and international publications. An art curator, educator, and writer, she writes on subjects she is passionate about her previous book was on the history and heritage of her home town Fort Kochi
Tanya Kirk is Lead Curator of Printed Heritage Collections 1601–1900 at the British Library and was the co-curator of the major exhibition Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination (2014–15).
Tarannum Riyaz Dr Tarannum Riyaz was a noted Urdu writer, critic, poet and translator. Born and educated in Srinagar, Kashmir, she had Masters’ degrees in Urdu and Education and a doctorate in Education. She was the author of more than 20 books of fiction, criticism and poetry. Her works have been translated into many national and international languages. Her writings are prescribed for research and studies in educational institutions of India. She had also been a visiting lecturer at many prestigious educational and research institutions in India and abroad. She was a former Senior Fellow with the Ministry of Culture, Government of India and had received many awards for her work, including the SAARC Literature Award (2014), the Jammu and the Kashmir Academy for Art, Culture and Languages for the Best Book Award (2008) and the Delhi Urdu Academy Fiction Award (2006). Dr Riyaz has also participated in many national and international conferences and seminars. 
Through his exceptional talent, determination and untiring diligence, Tarapada Santra evolved a unique system of field-research after spending years in studying the lifestyle of people of different districts of West Bengal, their history, culture, occupation and festivals and the many objects which they produced. He recorded his findings in twenty-one books, ten of which were published during the last two years of his life.
Dr. Tilak Ranjan Bera is an avid nature lover and has a passion for traveling, writing, as well as photography. He completed his medical graduation from Calcutta Medical College in 1981 and post-graduation in Ophthalmology from Mumbai University. Dr. Bera has also explored many remote areas of India and has written about them extensively. In recognition of his works, he was awarded the Fulbright Nehru Fellowship by the United States - India Educational Foundation as well as a Senior Research Fellowship by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. He was an Associate at Yale University in the USA, during his Fulbright Fellowship.
Giles Tillotson has been Consultant Director (Research, Publications & Exhibitions) at the MSMS II Museum since 2011. He was earlier Reader in History of Art at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London; and is a Fellow (and former director) of the Royal Asiatic Society, London. He has written and edited many books on Indian architecture, history, and landscape, including Jaipur Nama: Tales from the Pink City (2006), and has curated exhibitions in Jaipur, Delhi, Mumbai and New York. He is currently Senior Vice President, Museum Exhibitions for DAG, based in New Delhi. 
Tilottama Majumder was born in North Bengal and grew up in a tea garden in Kalchini. She continued her further studies at Scottish Church College, Kolkata. Coming from a family devoted to literature, she began writing in 1993. Her first novel was titled "Rhee," and later she received the Ananda Puroshkar for the novel "Basudhara." Currently residing in Kolkata, she is associated with the editorial division of Ananda Publishers.
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Timeri N Murari began his career as a reporter on a Canadian newspaper before moving to London to write for The Guardian for 25 years. He has written 15 novels, five non-fiction books, a young adult trilogy, two childrens’ novels, stage plays and screenplays. Time magazine included his film, Daayra (The Square Circle), in its top 10 films of the year and he later directed it in Leicester Haymarket Theatre as a stage play, starring Parminder Nagra and Rahul Bose. A UK/India coproduction starts shooting the film adaptation of his novel, The Arrangements of Love, April 2024.
TK Manoj Kumar has been a District Collector, Secretary to a Chief Minister and taught at the IAS Academy Mussoorie. Part time artist, avid squash player, and once upon a time the first runner up in the BBC Mastermind show, he believes that the best is yet to come. Presently, he is Principal Secretary to the Government of Kerala for the Departments of Non-Resident Keralites, Tourism, Animal Husbandry and Dairy Development.
T.M. Yesudasan T.M. Yesudasan, is a former associate professor and head, Department of English, CMS College, Kottayam. He has contributed to journals and anthologies on literary and cultural studies including the Penguin collection, No Alphabet in Sight: New Dalit Writing from South India
Late Tripti Jain lived in Ajmer and worked in the Rajasthan education services and teaching Political Science at Government College, Ajmer. A translator, Jain translated from Punjabi and Hindi to English and from English to Hindi. Her translations of Balbir Madhopuri’s Changiya Rukh: Against the Night, Bhagwati Charan Verma’s Bhule Bisre Chitra (Hindi) and Jasbir Jain’s Indigenous Roots of Feminism were published in 2010 and 2014. Her translations of the works of Keki N. Daruwala, Urmila Panwar, Laxman Gaikwad and Lakshmi Kannan have been published in various journals.
Trishan P. Kaur is a consultant Naturopath and Yoga teacher.
Tsewang Yishey Pemba was born at Gyantse in Tibet in 1932. His father, a Tibetan cadre officer in the British Trade agency, brought him out of Tibet for formal schooling at the age of nine and enrolled him in the Victoria Boys School at Kurseong near Darjeeling in 1941.He was the first Tibetan to become a doctor and surgeon in Western medical science from the University of London in 1955. He was awarded the prestigious Hallet Prize by the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, in 1966. Dr Pemba also founded the first hospital of Bhutan in 1956 and was a member of the Bhutan delegation to WHO in Geneva in 1989. Dr Pemba has written the first Tibetan-English novel, Idols on the Path (1966) and an autobiography, Young Days in Tibet (1957), in English. He passed away on 26 November 2011.
Tulsi Badrinath has a Bachelor's degree in English Literature from Stella Maris College, Madras and a Master's in Business Administration from Ohio University, Athens. After working four long, dreary years in a multinational bank, Tulsi quit her job to devote herself to dance and writing. Her poems, articles, reviews and short story have appeared in various newspapers and publications. She lives in Madras. From the age of eight, Tulsi learnt the classical dance-form Bharatanatyam from her gurus, the Dhananjayans, and performed widely, at events such as the Festival of India, USSR, 1987, as part of their troupe. She has given many solo performances in India, and abroad. Meeting Lives, which was on the 2007 Man Asian Literary Prize long list as The Living God, is her first novel. Her second novel, Melting Love, was on the 2008 Man Asian Literary Prize long list as well.
The late Tutun Mukherjee was Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Hyderabad, India and had also taught courses at Centre for Women's Studies and Department of Theatre Arts in the university. Her specialization was Literary Criticism and Theory and research interests include translation, women's writing, theatre and film studies. She had written extensively on these subjects which overlap in her work. Besides articles and book chapters in national and international journals, as single author and editor her publications include "I.A. Richards' Contribution to New Criticism"; "Chicago Critics, an evaluation"; jointly edited "Companion to Comparative Literature, World Literature and Comparative Cultural Studies," to mention a few. She was on the editorial team of several journals and is a reviewer for publishers.
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