Rajat Mitra 

Rajat Mitra is a clinical psychologist who has worked with Islamic militants and radicalised youth on one hand and survivors of mass violence and genocide on the other. He has worked on how societies transfer trauma across generations and was given the Ashoka fellowship for working on criminal justice reforms in India. He is also the author of "The Infidel Next Door", the story of a Hindu pujari who visits the land of his forefathers in Kashmir.


Why didn’t Hindus give up in their fight for Ram Mandir?

Essay | Posted On: 21 Nov 2019

The scars from centuries of violence refused to heal which is why the fight for Ram Janmabhoomi never died down.

Who is the real victim in Sabarimala?

Conversation | Posted On: 31 Oct 2018

Are women as a whole the real victims in the ongoing saga of Sabarimala or is there an ethos which is being attacked?

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