The Tattva Authorship is a structured programme to accelerate aspiring creatives on a journey toward creative and leadership excellence.
Starting in 2017 as an authorship programme, we have run 4 annual cohorts, bringing together over 60 participants, 10 mentors, over 30 workshop weekends.
It is intended for those pursuing a future in the creative disciplines, particularly the art of communicating critical ideas in compelling ways.
Please note, in its current form, it is only available for those that are based in, or can travel to the UK for in-person workshops.
The Fellowship is for aspiring creatives who seek velocity whilst delving into the values and insights from indigenous cultures and the paradigm of dharma - a context for seeing the world through the prism of interconnectedness, balance, regeneration and sustainability.
Tattva not only allowed me to write with full clarity and confidence but also enabled me to embrace my contrarian views as part of my ongoing learning"
- Paven Sharma, 2017 Fellow
What I found remarkable was how much I've grown to understand the world and how my creativity can be channelled through purpose, in a supportive environment."
- Tejal Pankhania, 2018 Fellow
"Tattva offered me guided discipline. For years, I was thinking about writing on Politics, but I never found the time, confidence or support. And now, I've written my first book and already preparing for my second."
- Kishan Bhatt, 2019 Fellow
"Tattva came just at the right time for me. There was so much I wanted to express and the community that Tattva has built supported me in my journey to communicate my ideas"
- Manu Khajuria, 2020 Fellow
Tattva 2020 was a unique year. The entire programme took place on a virtual basis.
As a new pilot initiative to work with university campuses, there was a 6-week 'Creative Leadership Programme' that was kickstarted on the King's College London campus. It was aimed at students and young professionals.
We are open for registrations of interest from sincere and earnest applications who want to combine their sincere creative aspirations with their passion for exploring dharmic paradigms and indic culture.
The next round will begin in 2023.