My love of studying religion stems from several years spent with a backpack on, travelling through Australasia, East Asia and India. I have spent a good deal of time researching in the field since then, working with Maori communities in the U.K. and Aotearoa (New Zealand) and Gujarati Hindu communities across this country, in New Zealand and India. I enjoy teaching the subject enormously and hope that I might inspire students to get out there and sniff the incense.
British Association for Study of Religions
Gujarati Studies Association (2009)
Hinduism, Buddhism, sociology and anthropology of religion.
Judaism, Christianity, Islam.
Gujarati Hinduism (Jalaram Bapa tradition) in India and U.K.
Alliance of Religions and Conservation (2012-13).
Open University (2010).
Indigenous Traditions (Maori)