Indran graduated from Truman State University with a BA in Anthropology. He has studied Arabic in Morocco and Jordan, as well as spent time studying it at the American University in Cairo as a CASA Fellow in 2019-2020. From 2016-2019, he worked at the International Institute of St. Louis, supporting refugees access healthcare and adjust to life in the United States. He is interested in translating modern Arabic literature, particularly that of Circassian-Jordanian author Zahra Omar. After completing the MA degree, Indran plans to work as an interpreter in the fields of mental health and refugee resettlement.