The Imagindia Institute is a non partisan, independent think tank and research center with a mission to promote the image and imagination of India. Over time, Imagindia has built a rare combination of strengths in research, international affairs, lobbying, image and campaign management, and NRI affairs.
Imagindia's work has been acknowledged across the spectrum of political ideologies, governments, business, and think tanks in India, and other countries. Research work by Imagindia has been cited by Forbes, BusinessWeek, CNN, NDTV, Times of India, and Economic Times, amongst others.
Imagindia strives to link business, social, academic, and governmental leaderships that are top of line in their spheres with grassroots and renaissance opportunities. Imagindia also powers the lobbing of ideas and actions in public and private sectors, in India and other countries, and designs projects and campaigns that can be implemented by stakeholders, often cross-pollinating ideas and actions in the private, public, and governmental spheres.
A distinguishing characteristic of the Imagindia Institute is that its analytical framework has evolved 'outside-the-cultural-immersion' and thus it is uniquely placed to promote a cross-cultural dialogue and participation of Indian value towards global and Indian good.
Imagindia is often quoted in top print and electronic media on a wide range of issues, including National Public Radio, Washington Post, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, India Abroad, India Today, Outlook Business, Times of India, Hindustan Times, Economic Times, DNA, Financial Express, Deccan Herald, CNN-IBN, BBC Worldservice, NDTV, Aaj Tak, Headlines Today, News X, Sahara TV, Gulf News, Asahi Shinbum, Yomiuri Shinbum, Nikkei, and such.