The construction of this Website was possible by the hard work and dedication of many individuals. At the time of publishing, there remain many segments to be written. As it is difficult to do justice to a topic that spans the life of a civilization as old as India's, the decision was made to add the remaining segments as they are written. We welcome authoritative articles from any reader, but we will retain the rights to edit all submissions to suit this site. However, we will give the author the opportunity to review such changes, before we post the articles/submissions to this site. When this site is completed, we hope it will become both a reference site for students and teachers about anything Indian and also as a platform for interchange of ideas. A short description of the respective roles of the writers and other contributors so far, will follow:
1) The logistics of the construction of the site were handled by Mr.Chamel Lin Raghu. You may reach him by clicking here
2) A substantial portion of the research on the Internet for the subject matter was done by Mr. and Mrs. Bud Stevens
3) Several articles that appear on this Website are courtesy of Dr. Roy Mathews. His masterly article on "Indian Philosophy" is a high-point in the website.
4) The masterly treatises on Adi Shankaracharya and on Raja Yoga Meditation, as well as the other articles by Rev.Fr. Thomas Vempala add depth to our segments on Indian Culture and Philosophy.
5) An exquisite series on Indian Classical Music was written by Dr. David Courtney. He also provided us with the examples of the Indian instruments; you can play these instruments by clicking on the "sample" just below each picture.
6) An important series of articles was written by Dr. Nick Shroff. He also provided us with the images entitled "Only in India"; this is posted in the "Commentary" section.
7) The images shown in the video clips and the informative article on Indian Classical Dancing were provided by Mrs. Madhu Manjunath.
8) The special effects and graphics were done by Mr. Saril Lin Raghu.You may wish to chck his website:www. Syngraphics.com or reach him with any questions or if you need to use his expertise in some of your projects by clicking here or at the website, Syngraphics.com
9) The bulk of the editing on this site was done by Mrs. Regina Yarbrough. We thank her for the countless hours of hard work; she elevated this website to her exacting standards
10) Most of the articles in this website were written by Dr.P.K.Raghuprasad; the contributions from others are indicated at the beginning and/or end of the articles. Potential contributors please send your submissions to him at: firstname.lastname@example.org Please use the caption: indiancentury.com/submissions.