Bharat Gupt, Reader (Associate Professor) in English, College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi, holds two Master's degrees, one from St. Stephen's College, Delhi and another from Toronto. He did this doctoral research at the M.S. University of Baroda. He was taught sitar and surbahar by Pandit Uma Shankar Mishra and musicology and classics by Acarya Brhaspati. Trained both in modern and traditional educational systems, he is also on the Visiting Faculty of National School of Drama, Delhi. For his interest in media studies he was awarded a Fellowship to work at the McLuhan Program, University of Toronto. Author of several research articles, he has presented many papers at various international seminars.
His forthcoming books are: Natyashastra, Chapter 28: Ancient Scales of Indian Music. (2) Natya Siddhanta: Greek Evam Bharatiya. (Hindi version of the present book). (3) Natyashastra, Chapter 17: A Critique of Theatrical Polyglossia. (4) Natyashastra Chapters 29-36, Trans. into Hindi with Commentary. (5) Dibbuk ki Prem Katha, Trans. into Hindi with Introduction, of Anskey’ Dibbuk.