2015 PhD, History, Princeton University
2009 MPlan, City Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2003 BArch, Mumbai University
Countries: India, USA, UK
States: Maharashtra, Gujarat
Cities: Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad
Languages: English, Marathi, Hindi, Gujarati
Ninad is an architect, urban planner and a historian of modern India. At IIHS, he is a part of the School of Governance and works on projects related to the history of land and governance with a special focus on examining the historical connections of land settlement, use, ownership and access to present-day policy design related to land reform.
Ninad is currently working on a book manuscript, titled The Bombay Radicals, which is a history of progressive social mobilisations in colonial Bombay. He is also translating into English the Marathi-language autobiography of S. S. Mirajkar, Bombay’s first Communist Mayor.