The Aditi Center is a non-profit organization registered under French Law. It was created by a small group of scholars and artists, intending to promote a better understanding of Hinduism.
Renaud Fabbri has been studying Hinduism for more than 10 years and travels frequently to India. He received a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (France). He is specialized in the Philosophy of Religion and in Political Philosophy. In 2015, he published Eric Voegelin et l’Orient : Millénarisme et Religions Politiques de l’Antiquité à Daech (Paris : l’Harmattan, 2015). His new book on René Guénon and Hinduism is forthcoming. He is also the former Managing Editor of Adyan/Religions at the Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue.
Patricia Reynaud (Ph.D) taught Culture and Politics at Miami University (OH, USA) and at the School of Foreign Service of Georgetown University in Qatar. She studies Hinduism and writes on the status of women in contemporary Hindu and Muslim societies.
Alexi Liotti is a passionate film professional with a focus in documentary, based in Vancouver, BC. He is an emerging cinematographer and photographer with a professional understanding of cinema lighting, visual storytelling and investigative documentary.