Subramanya Nagarajarao

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Subramanya Nagarajarao (Hindi: सुब्रमण्य राव नागराज), also known as N. Subramanya, is an Indian author, researcher specialised on refugees and translator. He is currently Director of Indian Research Institute, Mysore.

Biography[edit]

Subramanya Nagarajarao defended his thesis on Tibetan refugees and as awarded his Ph.D. in 1999 by the University of Mysore. He is post graduate in Political Science. He held tenure as Researcher under the UNHCR Chair at the National Law School of India University, Bangalore, during which he worked extensively on the refugee issue. He has guided many master's degree Students in preparation of their dissertations. He worked as Director of Indian Research Institute, Mysore and left it to join a teaching position at University of Mysore. He is also known as a translator from Kannada to English, a passion from his university days. He participated to translating the Sahitya Akademi Awarded book Government Brahmana of Prof. Aravind Malagathi. He is an Hon. Professor with the Indian Institute of Human Rights, New Delhi.[1] In 2008, he published an article with Jan Magnusson and Geoff Childs in Journal of the International Association of Tibetan Studies.[2] After teaching at University of Mysore , he has again taken charge as the Director of a not-for profit academic trust namely Indian Research Institute.

Publications[edit]

Books[edit]

Translations[edit]

  • V. C. Keshava, Exploring Mysore: a complete data map in a special style, V.S.R. Prakashana, 2004 www.vsrprakashana.in
  • Aravind Malagatti, Government Brahmana, Orient Longman,(as a member of translation team) 2007 ISBN 81-250-3216-9, ISBN 978-81-250-3216-8

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ V. C. Keshava, Exploring Mysore: a complete data map in a special style, V.S.R. Prakashana, 2004
  2. ^ South Indian Tibetans: Development Dynamics in the Early Stages of the Tibetan Refugee Settlement Lugs zung bsam grub gling, Bylakuppe, Lund University