Namit Arora is a member of the Delhi Dialogue Commission, a think tank of the Delhi government tasked to find innovative solutions to civic problems. Most recently, he led the drafting of Delhi’s Solar Energy Policy. He graduated from IIT Kharagpur and obtained a Masters in Computer Engineering from Louisiana, followed by a great escape in 1991 to Silicon Valley, where he played a cog in the wheel of Internet technology at three failed startups and at Nokia, Cisco, and McAfee. In 2013, he moved from California to Delhi NCR. Namit is also an essayist. His writing has appeared in venues like the Humanist, Philosophy Now, the Times Literary Supplement, the Caravan, Himal Southasian and four college anthologies in the U.S. A decade ago, Namit traveled across India for two years and created a photojournal. Over 15 museums, 30 academies, and 50 publishers have licensed his photos. His videography includes River of Faith, a documentary film about the Kumbh Mela. He also teaches at the Adianta School for Leadership and Innovation.