These are the hard working people that make Ethno India happen!
THE ETHNO INDIA TEAM
Anant is a freelance filmmaker based in Delhi, working mainly in the non-fiction space for over 10 years. He has worked in various roles on programs for clients such as Discovery Channel, National Geographic, Columbia Sportswear, PVR Nest, Cartoon Network and PSBT. Apart from filmmaking he likes travel and photography. He is also a novice capoerista and a certified open water diver.
The ever-smiling Durgesh has been to seven Ethnos, three in 2014–India, Flanders and Germany, and four in 2016–India, Estonia, Flanders and Germany. He's won over many friends with his lovely smile and warm ways. He is a hard-working tabla player; he graduated top of his class at New Delhi's Kathak Kendra, earning the privilege of performing solo at the prestigious Kamani Auditorium. Now professional, he has ventured into teaching and performance, and also plays darbouka. His recent foray is making instrument and microphone stands, the first of which was a tabla stand branded mBeat. He has also recently made tongue drums in varying tonalities.
Yashdeep joined the Ethno team as a volunteer for the 2016 edition. A whiz at finance and merchandising, he is also an avid djembe player and soloist with the Sunshine Ensemble.
Hailing from Madhya Pradesh, his folks are now settled in the central Indian town of Bhopal.