Anuraag Saxena: Returning stolen art to India





The interactive transcript could not be loaded.


Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Nov 24, 2015

Understanding that tens of thousands of Indian artefacts have been looted over the centuries, Anuraag Saxena and his friends have embarked on a mission to bring that heritage back home. The India Pride Project is raising awareness of the magnitude of the plunder and the current locations of stolen statues, manuscripts, and other valuables—often acquired unwittingly by their present owners. His organization is part of a growing movement that is prompting museums, art collectors, and world leaders to restitute these items to India, piece by treasured piece.

About INK: INKtalks are personal narratives that get straight to the heart of issues in 18 minutes or less. We are committed to capturing and sharing breakthrough ideas, inspiring stories and surprising perspectives--for free!

Watch an INKtalk and meet the people who are designing the future—now.

Connect with us:

ABOUT ANURAAG SAXENA: Anuraag Saxena is the Asia-Head for the World Education Foundation, UK and leads the Asia partnerships and entry-strategy. He spent his corporate years with GE Capital, Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse, where he was heading strategy and change teams across the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia. Anuraag passionately believes that skills from academia and corporate-life, can and should be applied to solve social challenges as much as they solve economic ones.


to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...