Dr Krisha Kops was born in 1986 into a German Indian family. He is an author, journalist, and philosopher with a proclivity for intercultural and global justice-related topics. He studied philosophy and journalism in London, before receiving his doctorate (Hildesheim University) with a thesis on intercultural philosophy. In addition to lecturing at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich and other institutions, he writes on philosophical and literary topics. With his debut novel ‘Das ewige Rauschen’ (The Eternal Rustling), a family epic in-between Germany and India, Kops won several prizes and scholarships. It is a banyan tree that tells this story of four generations, divided by war, borders, and hatred, united through love, fate, and fascination for the other. The novel is being translated into various languages. Krisha Kops lives in Munich and Madanapalle.