Asia Society India Centre is the leading educational organization dedicated to promoting mutual understanding and strengthening partnerships among peoples, leaders and institutions of Asia and the United States in a global context. Across the fields of arts, business, culture, education, and policy, the Society provides insight, generates ideas, and promotes collaboration to address present challenges and create a shared future.
R. R. Oomerbhoy Pvt. Ltd. (RRO) is committed to good health and quality food products. Harnessing their rich legacy of experience and expertise in edible oil trade, their product portfolio ranges from premium edible oils to leading global brands in other food categories, such as cheese.
RRO infuses each of its businesses and partnerships with professionalism, dedication and a healthy outlook to good eating. So today, when you think of RRO, think of good health, taste and lifestyle; think of quality, nutritious, pure and fresh cooking mediums. Think of good health at your dining table.
Saloni Jhaveri, yogi, entrepreneur, reader, Vedanta follower, student and most recently a novice nutritionist has been a friend of the litfest since its inception in 2010.
She has curated the workshops with a view to igniting minds and exposing Mumbai to the best that we have to offer within the wonderful energy of the litfest.
Suhel Seth is the Founder and Managing Partner of Counselage India.
Counselage is India’s only strategic brand management and marketing consultancy advising Chairpersons and CEOs on branding and marketing. Counselage works for Mahindra & Mahindra, Hero MotoCorp, GMR, JSW, Vodafone, Coca Cola, and Max India amongst others.
He writes provocative columns in The Financial Times, London and in Mumbai Mirror as also The Telegraph and GQ on current affairs and the social landscape of India. Suhel has co-authored two books on Calcutta with Khushwant Singh and R K Laxman, and has written two books of his own: 'Get to the Top' and 'India's Greatest CEOs and their Mantras for Success'.
Suhel is on the Board of Advisors of Deepalaya, the Neemrana Foundation and the Max India Foundation.
Aparajita is a student of Literature, judges people by their grammar, and likes Haldiram’s Tasty Nuts, but only after two beers.
She is tiny, but owns it. She also prefers to go by her pet name, Ria.