Dr Nicholas Sutton is from Birmingham, England. As Director for the Centre’s CE Dept. he is responsible for the development of courses, teaching provision, assessment of course work, online provision, and publications.
Dr Sutton has contributed a number of articles on the Hindu tradition to academic journals, as well as chapters in edited books. In 2000, his extensive work on epic theology entitled ‘Religious Doctrines in the Mahabharata’ was published by Motilal Benarsidass in Delhi. In 2019, his new translation of the Bhagavad Gita was published by the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies Mandala Publishing Series.
His work has also brought him into close contact with the Hindu communities in the North of England where he worked with Preston College and the local temples in organising courses of study in Hindu scripture and Hindu religious practice.