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16th WORLD SANSKRIT CONFERENCE, JUNE 28 - JULY 02, 2015, BANGKOK

SUNDAY 28TH JUNE


Opening Ceremony

09:00-10:30

Tea/Coffee Break

10:30-10:45

Keynote Speeach

10:45-11:30

Plenary Session

11:30-13:30

LUNCH

13:30-14:30

ACADEMIC PROGRAMME
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14:30-16:00

Sunday 28th
June
15:00-17:30

Sunday 28th
June
15:00-17:30

Sunday 28th
June
15:00-17:30

Veda and Vedic


Literature

Vykaraa

Rmyaa and
Mahbhrata

Yoga

History of Religions
and Ritual Studies

Philosophy

Sanskrit in relation
with Regional
Languages and
Literatures
Alexander von
ROSPATT
Myth and Ritual in
the narrative
Sanskrit Buddhist
Literature of Nepal:
Examples from the
Svayambhpura

Buddhist Studies

Poetry, Drama and


Aestetics

Epigraphy
Science and
Scientific
Literature

Miscellaneous
Section

Miscellaneous
Section

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Fellner, Hannes
The Syntax of
Nominalizations in
Vedic Sanskrit
Hock, Hans Henrich
A Short History
of Vedic Prefix
Verb Compound
Accentuation
Klein, Jared Stephen
Rigvedic u: A
Reassessment Forty
Years Later

Aussant, milie
The beginning of descriptive
grammatical activity:
Classification of words in
some earlier systems of
language description and
their relation to the
Pinian classification of
padas
Patel, Deven
Pinian and non-Pinian
saj in the
ndhraabdacintmai, an
early grammar of the Telugu
language
Dash, Radhamadhab
A note on the significance of
the Prayogaratnamlvykaraa of Puruottama
Tarkavga

Bowles, Adam
The Horses Tour
in the
vamedhikaparv of
the Mahbhrata

Hiltebeitel, Alf
The Mahabharata and
the Greek Epic Cycle
S Anusha
Was
Pu
cremated
twice?

Chapple,
Christopher
Jainism and Yoga
GURUPRASAD

Jacobsen, Knut
Axel
Skhya-Yoga
critiques of Hindu
Theism

Anakshi BORA
THE CONCEPT OF
SERPENT WORSHIP
IN EARLY VEDIC
RELIGION AND
WORSHIP OF
GODDESS MANAS
Anita PATRA
(Karan)
A CRITICAL STUDY
OF RITUALS IN
MAHALAYA
Dane MAIR
Australia and Indic
religions and
language: law,
government policy and
mass culture

Akane SAITO
Perception of the
Word in the
Brahmasiddhi of
Maanamira
Bhadreshdas
SADHU
An Investigation of
the Onto-theological
Interpretation of
Daharavidy
Bhav SHARMA
Hermeneutics of
Compounds

Andrea ACRI
Tracing Indic
Connections in the
Manuscript Cultures
of Early Modern
Nusantara
Aniruddha
KAR
and Soham PAIN
When God decides to
die: A Study of the
Musalaparva in
Kasiramadasas
Bengali
Mahabharata

Ajay SINGH
Buddhist vision of
Social justice
Animesh
PRAKASH
Phenomenal World
in Theravda
Abhidhamma
Anshuman
ADHYAPOK
Concept of Moksa or
Liberation in Indian
Philosophical
Thoughts with
Special Reference to
Buddhist Philosophy

Vempaty
KUTUMBA
SASTRY
The Problem of
Sthyitva in Poetics:
Solution of a
Vdntin
Tina Kosir MAZI
Homage to the
powers of vc in
Abhinavagupta's
Dhvanylokalocana
and its possible
implications
Vishnu Raj
ATREYA

Alexander
STOLYAROV
Tradition of Genealogy
Narration in North
Indian Early Mediaeval
Copper-plate Land
Grants (4th13th
centuries CE)

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Bhaskar
MUKHERJEE
Cultural Gleanings
from Some Important
Inscriptions of Ancient
Bengal
Devi Prasad DUBEY
Karw Copper-plate
Grant of the Kalachuri
king Lakshmkara

16:00- 16:15
Coffee break

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Sunday 16:15-17:45

Sunday 16:15-17:45

Veda and Vedic


Literature

Vykaraa

Rmyaa and
Mahbhrata

Yoga

History of Religions
and Ritual Studies

Philosophy

Sanskrit in relation
with regional
Languages and
Literatures

Buddhist Studies

Epigraphy

Anirban DASH
Origin and
Development of
Buddhist Sanskrit
Stotra

Poetry, Drama and


Aestetics
Alessandro
BATTISTINI
Hell on Wheels: a
History of
cakrabandha

Bhagyashree
BAVARE
Yashodhara: A
woman of substance

Arijit GUPTA
Mock-heroic poetry
in Sanskrit:
Mudgaradta

Bimalendra
KUMAR
Anukamp, Karun
and Mahkarun in
Buddhist Tradition

Radhavallabh
TRIPATHI
nandavardhana on
Dharmakrti

Lowe, John
Transitive Nominals in
Vedic Sanskrit
REINHL Uta
Exploring the Syntax
and Semantics of
Complex Referring
Expressions in Vedic
Prose
Chakraborty
(Munshi), Ratna
Uses of Aorist in the
Rigveda

Sowmya Krishnapur
Vidvanmukh a unique
work on the Mahbhya
Ben-Dor, Sharon
The relation of Kikvtti
to the Mahbhya
Deokar Lata Mahesh
Subantaratnkara: The first
known prakriy work of the
Cndra tradition

Leclere Basile
New light on
Devabodha, the earliest
extant commentator on
Mahbhrata
BHALVATKAR
Bhagyashree
VALMIKIRAMAYANE
PRATIBIMBITAM
MANOVIJNAANAM
Chakraborty
Chandan Kumar
THE CONCEPT OF
TIME IN THE
MAHBHRATA

Mallinson James
Ptajala and Haha
Yoga
Mahadevan
Jayaraman
UNIQUE INSIGHTS
FROM
RJAYOGATARALA
AN
UNPUBLISHED
COMMENTARY ON
YOGATRVAL
OF (ASCRIBED TO)
SAKARCRYA
Birch Jason
The Assimilation of
Haha and Rjayoga
Traditions with
Ptajalayoga

Kalpana ATHALYE
Impact of reformed
religious Thread
Ceremony on personal
and social progress
Madhavi
NARSALAY
The King with one
kingdom but two
coronations: Analysing
rivarjbhiekapray
oga and
rivarjybhiekakal
pataruthe two
coronation-texts for
Chatrapati ivj
Mahrja
Madhu KHANNA
Bhskararya and the
ritual of imagination:
The Antaryga as
reflected in the
BhvanopaniadBhya

Bidisha
BANERJEE
Consciousness,
according
Omkrnthas
Philosophy

to

Bijoy MISHRA,
Prem NAGAR and
Bela KOSARAS
Rasa-Skhya
Birgit KELLNER
Systems of
epistemology:
Dharmakrtis
defense of the two
pramas in the
Pramavinicaya

Annapurna
SUBRAMANYAM
Mudras in Sanskrit
and Other Literature
Banashree
SARKAR
Saiva Religion in
Assam And The
Sivapurana: Some
Observations
C.S.
RADHAKRISHNA
N
The Kavyadarsa and
Tamil
Dandiyalankaram: A
Comparative Study

Kalundewe
CHANDAWIMALA
The Impact of Sanskrit
on Sinhala Language A Study related to
Inscriptions of the
Polonnaruwa era
Krishnendu RAY
EXPLORING THE
ECONOMIC
LINKAGES OF THE
TEMPLE IN CENTRAL
& WESTRN INDIA:
INSIGHTS FROM
INSCRIPTIONS (CE.
10TH TO 13TH
CENTURIES)
Kunthea CHOOM
Astronomy in Ancient
Cambodia: a study of
Khmerisation of
Sanskrit vocabulary

Cultural Performance and GALA Dinner 18:45 onwards

MONDAY 29TH JUNE, 2015

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Monday 8:00-10:30

Veda and Vedic


Literature

Vykaraa

Rmyaa and
Mahbhrata

Yoga

History of Religions and


Ritual Studies

Philosophy

Buddhist Studies

Sohoni, Samir
Janardan, Nandini
Ghag, Malhar A.
Kulkarni
Resources required for
accentuation in Sanskrit

Fernando WULFF
ALONSO
The Mahbhrata and
Greco-Roman sources:
mapping out the
destruction plan

Harimoto Kengo
akara and Yogastras

Mitali GOSWAMI
THE SOLAR VOWS AND
RITUALS AND THE
CULTURAL
PHILOSOPHY
EMBEDDED IN IT

Poetry, Drama and


Aestetics
Aditi SINGH
Codes and Performances in
Early Medieval North
India: Exploring the
Nyastra

Epigraphy

Ditrich Tamara
Iterative Compounds
in the gveda
Revisited

Sanskrit in relation
with regional
Languages and
Literatures

Tucker Elisabeth
RV and AV Adjectives
in-ayi-, ayitn-,
and anaAdhyapok Amborish
A critical exposition of
the Vedic God Puan
under the image of
solar divinity as
depicted in the gveda
Sahit
Khare Ambarish
Vasant
Ap Napt and the
Legend of Kavaa
Aila
Kulikov Leonid
Yama and Yam
revisited: Linguistic
and philological
remarks on RV 10.10

TM Narendran
Some unique aspects of
Narasihasris
Svaramajar

Bailey Gregory Millett


Once More on the word
Pura in the
Mahabhrata

Shinobu Mase
strsiddha and
krysiddha

Milewska Iwona
Mahabharata in Polish
literary sources

Rao, Tilak M.

Hegarty James
Conversations between
Gods and Sages in the
Mahabharata and
Ramayana

Snehal Navaghane,
vibh: historical
purview

ONDRAKA Lubomr
Cheating Death: The Yogic
Way to Immortality
RAJAGOPALACHARI
Parthasarathy
YOGA STRA OF
PATAJALI AND
VINYAKAR AKAVAL OF
AVVAIYR
Vasudeva Som Dev
The Yoga of the
Jayadrathaymala
Phillips Sthephen
YOGA AND NYAYA

Nagamanickam
GANESAN Indus
crocodile religion as seen
in the Iron Age Tamil Nadu
Narayan Dutt MISHRA
Samudrasangama: Its
contemporary relevance (A
critical analysis of Dara
Shikohs understanding on
the Vedic and Islamic
religious philosophy)
Olga NOWICKA
akarcryacarita and
Swamiyars from Trichur

Prakash Jayadevi
RJA DHARMA
THROUGH BIRDS AND
ANIMALS IN ANTI
PARVA

Pietro CHIERETTI
The verb vijyate as a
mark of quotation from the
ruti in the
valyanarautastra

Claude NEWELLLESSLAUER
akara on renunciation
and the status of the
liberated individual in
society, as expressed in his
commentaries on the
Brahmastra-s and some
major Upaniad-s
David HUGO
Cognition without an
object? Maana Mira on
the epistemological value of
intuition
(pratibh/prtibha)
Evgeniya
DESNITSKAYA
Language and Extralinguistic Reality: Three
Attitudes in the
Vkyapadya
Gianni PELLEGRINI
Dissenting with the crya
- akara and
Madhusdana Sarasvat on
different interpretations of
Bhagavadgt
Hisayasu KOBAYASHI
Prajkaragupta on
bdhakapratyaya

10:30- 10:45
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Tea/Coffee Break
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Tea/Coffee Break
Monday 10:45-13:15

Veda and Vedic


Literature

Vykaraa

Rmyaa and
Mahbhrata

Yoga

History of Religions and


Ritual Studies

Philosophy

Pinault George-Jean
Reassessing Varuas
name

Candotti, Maria Piera


Natural and grammatical
lopa in Bharthari: The
case of indeclinables

BROCKINGTON John
Illustrated Rmyaa
texts: which, where, why?

SARBACKER Stuart Ray


Agayoga and aagay
oga: Structural and
Genealogical Connections

SINHA Kanad
Heroes, Forest and the
Vedic Deities: Revisiting

Sumudu
DHARMARATHNE
Popularity of Avalokitevara

SWENNEN Philippe
The name of Yayti

Ogawa, Hideyo
Bharthari on A 3.2.60

Rajashree KHIRSAGAR
and Ninaya
KHIRSAGAR
Ritualisitic development of
the concept of Indra in the
Atharvaveda (AV)

Dipankar GOGOI
Tai Phakes
Ramayana Lamamang
Gil BEN- HERUT
A Comparative Look at
Rpaklakra in
Dains Kvydara
and the Kannada
Kavirjamrgam
Jewti BORUAH
A study on the
Klyanirypaam
episode in the original
rmadbhgavatapura
m and Kliyadamana in
the Assamese
rmadbhgavatapura
Luther OBROCK
rvara's Kathkautuka:
Sanskrit, Persian, and
Translation in Sultanate
Kashmir
Manish Kumar JHA
Carypada: A Study in
the Light of Sanskrit
Poetics

Biswas KUHELI
DOES
PRATTYASAMUTPDA
ESTABLISH AS A
CAUSAL THEORY IN
MADHYAMAKA
PHILOSOPHY?
Brijesh SONKAR
Manuscript in Crvka
Philosophy
Chanwit TUDKEAO
Middle-Indic Features in
Sanskrit Manuscripts from
Central Asia: Buddhist
Sanskrit or Scribal
Errors?
Charles DI SIMONE
Structural Issues in the
Sanskrit Drghgama
Manuscript
Constanze PABST VON
OHAIN
Displaying the beautiful
metaphors for the
appearance of the Buddha
in Indian Buddhist
Sanskrit Literature

Akhila VIMAL
Performing Disfiguration:
Pain, Death in Sanskrit
Treatises and Performance
Satyanarayan
CHAKRABORTY
Notable Features of
Sanskrit Riddles vis--vis
Different Target
Appreciator
Danielle FELLER
Food and Love in Sanskrit
Poetry
Hermina CIELAS
CHESS, WARFARE AND
FIGURATIVE POETRY
(CITRABANDHA)

Neelima MISHRA
Rohts Copper-plate Grant of
Vikramadhavala II, Savat 1289
Pranali WAINGANKAR
Analysis of the Socio-political
System during the Reign of
Rudradman I
Ravindra Kumar VASISHTHA
North Indian Sanskrit
Inscriptions: Their Grammatical
and Linguistic Peculiarities (upto
650 CE)
Saraju RATH
On the system of Nandingar
Numerals
Shankar GOYAL
The Rmek Prabhvatgupt
Memorial Fragmentary
Inscription

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Monday 10:45-13:15
Regional Languages
and Literatures

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Monday 10:45-13:15

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Monday 10:45-13:15

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Monday 10:45-13:15

Buddhist Studies

Poetry, Drama and


Aestetics

Epigraphy

Ivan ANDRIJANI
akara, Vekaantha and
Madhva on -Upaniad 1
2

Nagaratna HEDGE

Cristina PECCHIA
Some reflections on
methodological
questions in the study of
Dharmakirti

Hari Dutt SHARMA


Pramas as
Conceptualized in Sanskrit
Poetics

Johannes
BRONKHORST
Divyadhvani
between

Nava Kumar
HANDIQUE
VLMKI RMYAA

Eviatar SHULMAN
Understanding the

Kiyokazu OKITA
The Karaka Connection:

Subrata Kumar ACHARYA


Atharvavedic Brahmanas:
Settlements, Status and
Confinement
Thakur Prasad VERMA
An Indo-Javanese Inscription
from Mexico and World Trade

Atsuko IZAWA
On the Description of
the Propagation
Before Piling Agni (the
New havanya)
Chisei OSHIMA
On the Role of
Brhmaa and
Rjanya in Kingship
Rituals
N. K. Sundareswaran
Vairava ayaja in the
Taittirya ra yaka:
Some observations

tyaddiu do nlocane
ka ca
Pendse, Ajay
The influence of Navyanyya techniques on
vykaraastra
Satuluri, Pavankumar,
K. V.
Ramakrishnamacaryul,
and Amba Kulkarni


Ajotikar, Anuja and
Malhar Kulkarni
On the fundamentals of
treatment of accent in
Pinian grammar

the Forest-Burning in the


Mahabharata

in Sri Lanka as a healer of


disease

Kenji TAKAHASHI
Manas as the Primordial
Cause: Early Skhya
Doctrines in the
Mokadharmaparvan and
their Vedic Precedents

Surender BHANDARI and


Nalini BALBIR
A Pioneer Work in Yoga and
Ayurveda: The yurvedastram with
Yognandanthas
commentary

CHATTOPADHYAY
Jaysri

Vedic Mathematics


SHARMA Karuna Devi
Sita: In the light of
Ramayana and Ramakirti

Robert McNeil
The magic of the last digit
Kenneth Williams
Swami Tirtha's Crowning
gem

Sunita VAZRoyal
Consecration According to
the Kausika Sutras:
Chapter 17

Jaina,
Buddhist
and
Brahmanical epistemology
Junjie CHU
Jitris Apohasiddhi

Sumitra PURKYASTHA
ABSOLUTE AND
INDIVIDUAL PSYCHE:
TANTRISM AND SRI
AUROBINDO - AN
ANALYTICAL APPROACH

Jonathan DUQUETTE
Navya-Nyya in the late
Vijayanagara period:
Appaya Dksitas
aivdvaitavednta
revision of Gageas
inference of vara

Vassiliki DEROUKAKI
Cognate theological terms
between Ancient Greek and
Sanskrit and a tracing to
their original doctrinal
base

Katsunori HIRANO
On Relata (sambandhin) of
Inherence and Conjunction
in the
Padrthadharmasagraha
and its Commentaries

Zenko TAKAYAMA
On the origin of
transmigration; a viewpoint
from magical cognition

AND KANDALI
RMYAA: A
Comparative Study with
Special References to
Sundaraka
Naveen Kanalu
RAMAMURTHY
Invoking
Sanskrit
lakaas in local idioms:
Origins, epistemes and
inventions
of
early
Kannada literary speech
Panduranga BHATTA
Coexistence of Kannada
and Sanskrit in a
harmonious manner in
the Karnataka State of
India - A few Significant
Insights

Buddha's death
Giacomo BENEDETTI
The figure of the forest
hermit and the practice of
tapas in the Mahvastu
and the Pli canon
Gudrun MELZER
A Gndhr verse text
arranged according to the
Arapacana Alphabet
Hiroko MATSUOKA
Kamalala on the Logical
Reason
sahopalambhaniyama ReExamined

Sihabhpla IIs Influence


on Bengali Vaiava
Aesthetics
Lalit PATEL

Cinzia PIERUCCINI
Ancient Indian Gardens
and the Garden of the yaka
in the Meghadta
Chettiahodi
RAJENDRAN
Metrical
Passages
in
Haracarita: A Study in the
Narrative
Devices
of
Babhaa

Yuko YOKOCHI
A Goddess Shrine in the Gop
Cave on the Ngrjun Hill and in
the Gauavaho
Yuttaporn NAKSUK
The Dhamma Lanna Script for
writing Sanskrit
Amara SRISUCHAT
Suvaraligam:
Archaeological and Epigraphical
Evidence in Southeast Asia
Chainarong KLINNOI
Kalyani Inscription: From the
Southeast Asian historical
perspective

Veerakbot, YEANG
Sanskrit inscriptions found at
Prasad Tameun in Thailand

Pradnyashailee
SAWAI
Mythology: A Genre In
Indian English
Literature

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Monday 14.45-16:15

Veda and Vedic


Literature

Vykaraa

Rmyaa and
Mahbhrata

Vedic Mathematics

Vaiavism and aivism


Advaitavadini KAUL
Reflections of aiva
Mysticism in the Vkhs of
Lallevar

Philosophy

Sanskrit in relation
with regional
Languages and
Literatures

Buddhist Studies

Poetry, Drama and


Aestetics

The transmission of Sanskrit


texts

Rajendra I.
NANAVATI and
Raman SONI
Jaimini's Version Of
Asvamedhikaparvan; Its
Ramifications In
Medieval Gujarati
Literature

Huanhuan HE
Digngas Early Logic? -- Once Again on the
*Hetucakra[amaru]
Jason NEELIS
Gndhr Avadnas and
Gandhran Jtakas:
Literary and visual media
for transmitting rebirth
narratives

Chandana Rani BISWAS


Rivers in Ancient Literature
: Portrait of living Women

Stefan Baums
The adoption of writing for
Sanskrit texts. Evidence from
early Buddhist monasteries

Joshi, Onkar
Some Vedic
Pecularities Related to
Past Tense with
Special Reference to
Kva and
Mdhyandina
atapatha Brhmaa
NISHIMURA Naoko
A competitive call on
the gods for their
coming to the
sacrifice: The
Vihavya-Skta RV X
128
TESHIMA Hideki
The Origin and
Growth of a Horse as
the World: Textual
Sources of
BhadrayakaUpaniad 1.1
BRERETON Joel

Scharf, Peter
On the status of nominal
terminations in aluk and
upapada compounds

Gibbons Christopher
'Yoga' in epic narrative

Kobayashi, Masato
Patajali on borderline
cases of compound
classification

Chojnacki Christine
Summarising or
adaptating the Great
Epic? An analysis of
Mahbhrata epitomes
from the 11-12th C.

Tomonari, Yki
ktigaa, mother for
grammatical restrictions:
A historical research on A
5.1.124
Ozono, Junichi
Verb suppletion and
Pinis grammar: On
the alternation between
ad and ghas
Brill, Josephine
After after: Case
endings in the kt section
of Pinis Adhyy

Kreimir KRNIC
Why ambka had to die?
Maithili THAYANITHY
Interpreting "embedded
stories" in the
Mahbhrata : The
'dissembling' frog
Princess and irreverent
sons
Manjusha KULKARNI
Thai Ramayanasya
Walmiki Ramayanasya
Cha Taulnikam

James Glover
Vyashti Samashti - A sutra
from Bharati Krsihna Tirtha
Kenneth Williams
Teaching Calculus
Marianne Fletcher
An Investigation into the
Working of the Ekadhikena
Purvena Sutra, and how it
can be used to identify
Prime Numbers
Daya Tiwari
Contribution of Indian
Mathematics to the world
PK Srivathsa
Knowledge Management
and its perspective with
reference to Vedic/Ancient
Indian Mathematics

Aleksandra WENTA
Dancing in the Sky of
Consciousness: The
Kashmiri aiva
Reformulation of Naarja
Anna SLACZKA
The development of the
ratnanysa (placing of
gems) ritual on the basis of
textual sources, with
special attention to the
Devymata
Bhabendra KALITA
Sankardevas
Bhakti_Ratnakara: The
canon of New Vaisnavite
Movement in North East
India
Biswas MUKTA
A COMPARATIVE NOTE

Kiyotaka YOSHIMIZU
Paramtman and the
jnakarmasamuccayavda
Kuniko HOSONO
The Law of Noncontradiction and the Law
of Excluded Middle in
Nyya Philosophy
Marco Ferrante
Bharthari on the ias as
omniscient persons
Milosz PODSTAWSKI
On the role of Ivara in
Upaniad and Yogastra
Monika
NOWAKOWSKA
Laukik hi laka revisiting the theory of
figurative meaning in
Mms

Rajashree
KSHIRSAGAR
A Detailed Approach
towards the Pli Words
in Buddhist Hybrid
Sanskrit
Rajesh SARKAR
THE PERSIAN
TRANSLATION OF
ABHIJNANASAKUNTA
LAM
Rikker DOCKUM
Sanskrit loanword

Hiroshi NEMOTO
On the term dharmakya

Joanna GRUSZEWSKA
Mantras and magic in the
introductory story of the
rdlakarvadna

Jowita KRAMER The


Eighteen Manaskras in
the
Mahynastrlakra
and Its Commentaries

Ajay Kumar MISHRA


The Sanskrit Background in
the works of Tagore
Aruna KEERTHI
Sounds against
Arbitrariness: A Study of
Onomatopoeic Expressions
in Classical Sanskrit
Literature
Damodharan P.M.
Pakarnnam (One man,
the actor, becomes many)

Daniela ROSSELLA
Toru Dutt: the First Indian
Poetess Writing in English

Bruno Lo Turco,
Aurality and preparation of
manuscripts: The case of
Bhskarakahas Nirvak
Toshikazu Watanabe
On the manuscript of
Dharmottaras
Pramavinicayak: The
process of copying and making
corrections
Nina Mirnig,
Transmissions of early aiva
ritual texts: Tracing the influence
of the social environment on
editorial practices
Dominic Goodall,
Further thoughts on the
transmission of the Raghuvaa

The Way Through


Heaven in the
Muaka Upaniad

Adhayanam

ON THE CONCEPT OF
LIBERATION OF RIPATI
AND RIKAHA

adaptation in Old Thai:


epigraphic evidence
from the Sukhothai
corpus

JUREWICZ Joanna
The continuity of the
Vedic tradition:
Atharvaveda 2.1 and
the gveda [structural
analysis of the hymn]

Samuel WRIGHT
Rasa/Ras: Towards a
Connected History of
Sanskrit and Bhsh in
Pre-modern Bengal

16:15 -16:30
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Monday 16.30-18:00

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Coffee break
Monday 16.30-18:00

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break
Monday 16.30-18:00

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break
Monday 16.30-18:00

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break
Monday 16.30-18:00

Veda and Vedic


Literature

Vykaraa

Rmyaa and
Mahbhrata

Vedic Mathematics

Vaiavism and aivism

Philosophy

Buddhist Studies

Poetry, Drama and


Aestetics

The transmission of Sanskrit


texts

Andrew Nicholas
A much needed innovation
in Geometry

David LAWRENCE
The Nondual Kashmir
aiva Philosophy of Time
and Moments

Natalia NADKASKA
Philosophical concepts of
Kaula tradition according
to Kaulopaniad
(with a commentary by
Bhskararya)

Sanskrit in relation
with regional
Languages and
Literatures

Dipti Ranjan SENAPATI


Similies Pertaining to
Physical Body in
Klidsas Literature

Somdev Vasudeva,
The constraints of theory:
obhkaramitras critique of
Ruyyakas examples

KULKARNI Nirmala
Ravindra
gvedic Verses
interpreted in the
Maitrya Sahit
Mrunal Suhas
PATKI Study of
abhvarta mai in the
Atharva Veda
TRIPATHI Gaya
Charan
Amtharanam Introducing a new text
on the Garua-Snake
Myth

Malgorzata, Sulich
Cowley,
Alternative solutions to
the problem of A. 8.2.3:
na mu ne in Pinis
Adhyy
Toru Yagi,
On vt. 1: tasiprakaraa
dydibhya
upasakhynam ad P
5.4.44: pratiyoge
pacamys tasi
Kawamura, Yuto
On the aorist form
samranta in the
Bhaikvya

Mary BROCKINGTON
Puric Retellings of the
Rma Story
Mridul JOSHI
Rmyaa and
Rmcharitmnasa: a
beautiful blend of
religion, duty and an
ideal family relationship:
a critical appraisal

Vanishri Bhat
Geometry in Maalas and
Yantras
Arvind Prasad
Multiplication techniques:
Ancient Indian methods vis-vis Tirthajis methods in
Vedic Maths

PETEK Nina
Images of Absolute in the
Bhagavadgt

Geoff ASHTON
Imagining Oneself as the
Cosmic Actor: A
Comparative Analysis of
the Hermeneutics of the Self
in Vasuguptas iva Stras
and Paul
Harish KUMAR

Neil DALAL
Gradualism and Immediacy
in Advaita Vedntas
Liberation
Noemi VERDON
The Theology of SkhyaYoga as transmitted in alBrns work

Sathyanarayanan
RAMARACHAVIAH
aiva Maipravam?
Commentaries in a
blend of Sanskrit and
Tamil on aiva Sanskrit
Works
Satoshi OGURA
Turning Taragi into
Trkh: A Comparative
Study on Jonarjas
Rjataragi and its
Persian Translation
Composed at the Court
of Akbar

Katarzyna
MARCINIAK
A few notes on the
Buddhist [Hybrid]
Sanskrit attested in the
Mahvastu
Kei KATAOKA
Sucaritamira on Apoha
Klaus KARTTUNEN
The Buddha in Greek
Disguise

Elena MUCCIARELLI
and Heike OBERLIN
(Moser)
Plucking different flowers:
Veda and Sanskrit theatre in
Kerala, a bidirectional
influence?

Yasutaka Muroya,
Vcaspati Mira as the source
for the textual criticism of the
Nyyabhya
Elaine Fisher,
Public philology: The sources of
sectarian debate in early modern
South India

Anil Pratap GIRI


Definition of Kvya A
critical analysis in the light
of Navya- Nyya

Thawatchai
DULYASUCHARIT
Svayamvara
(Sawayomphon) in Thai
literature

TUESDAY 30TH JUNE


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Tuesday 8:00-10:30

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Veda and Vedic


Literature

Vykaraa

Rmyaa and
Mahbhrata

Ayurveda

Vaiavism and aivism

Philosophy

Sanskrit in Southeast
Asia

Buddhist Studies

Poetry, Drama and


Aestetics

The transmission of
Sanskrit texts

Lauren BAUSCH
A Brhmaical Exegesis
of the Svitr k

Kulkarni, Malhar
Discussion on some
important variants in
pratyhrastras in the

Rajalakshmi
SIVASUBRAHMANYAN
SRYA AND CANDRA
IMAGERIES IN THE

Sunil JOSHI
Marma science and
marma therapy:
Combination of scientific

Ida Bagus Putu


SUAMBA
The Nature of the
Ultimate Reality (Siva) as
Depicted through Sanskrit

Paolo MAGNONE
THE AKARTTVA OF
PRAKTI AND
OTHER
MISCONCEPTIONS

Georgie CARROLL
The Message in the 'Hasa':
Accounting for the Sanskrit
'Goose' in Literature and the

Alessandro Graheli,
The choice of the best
reading in Bhaa
Jayantas Nyyamajar

Amarjiva Lochan and


Marylin Canta
Asha Rani Tripathi

Laongdao
NONTHASORN
A comparative study of
meaning "ratnatraya" in
Ratnagotravibhga

MIEKO KAJIHARA
The Sacred Verse Svitr
in the Vedic Religion
and Beyond
CHAKRABARTI
Didhiti Biswas
Identifying Some Folk
Elements in the
Smagnas
Mau Das GUPTA
The Apl-hymn:
Fragment of a folk-lore?
Ramadevi SEKHAR
Metamorphosis of Araru
as dream God

Kikvtti

RMYAA

Jha, Vinod

Ram Karan SHARMA


ORAL POETIC
TRADITION AS
REFLECTED IN THE
MAHBHRATA


Shukla, Kalindi
:
Ajotikar, Tanuja
pratyudharaa in
Pinian grammar
Joshi, Prasad
Sanskrit augments: Some
observations

Raval RISHIKESH
A Comparative Study of
Valmiki Ramayana and Jain
Ramayana
Ruth SATHINSKY
The Syncretic Nature of
Early Brahmanical
Literature Illustrated by the
Concept of Mount Meru in
the Mahbhrata
Shri Krishan SHARMA
xhrksins'kfrfFkfoe'kZ%

attitude and religious


practices
J.S.R.A. PRASAD
The Philosophical
Foundations of Ayurveda
Khushboo SHUKLA
Sainya Chikitsa Vijnana
in Ayurveda

and Old Javanese


Languages of Tutur Texts
Kalpesh BHATT
O Iti Etad Akaram
Idam Sarvam:
Theologico-Ontological
Interpretation of O in
the Swaminarayan Hindu
Tradition

Krishna JOSHI
A Note On Mental Helath
In The Subhasitas

Sadananda DAS
The Devotee and devotion
in the ivastotrval of
Utpaladeva: Bhakti as a
means to Advaita

Lalit PANDEY
Traditional Therapeutic
Methods for Soil
Management

Sharathchandra
SWAMY
Contribution of Vraaiva
ara as to Indian Culture
Sunita GUPTA
A Note on Shiva Sutras

10:30- 10:45
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Tuesday 10:45-13:15

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Tea/Coffee Break
Tuesday 10:45-13:15

Veda and Vedic


Literature

Vykaraa

Rmyaa and
Mahbhrata

Ayurveda

History, Art and


Architecture

Hegde, Udayana
Hariom SHASTRI
The Concept of Mind in
the Vedas
Masato FUJII The Yukti
of the Stoma (JUB 3.5.45): A Precursor of Yoga
as Concentration
Nataliya
YANCHEVSKAYA
Ancient Indian Concept
of Time and its Vedic
Origins
Shashi TIWARI
Vedic Vision of Bondage
and Liberation

Jha, Shankarji
Technical nyyas
(axioms) in Ngeas
Paramalaghumaj: A
study
Singh, Satyapal
Salient features of
Pinian metalanguage
Linguistics

Stephanie MAJCHER
Language and
Embodiment in the

Avnish Kumar,

Simon BRODBECK
On Translating the
Harivaa for the General
Public
RAJENDRA NANAVATI
AND RAMAN SONI
Jaimini's Version Of
Asvamedhikaparvan; Its
Ramifications In Medieval
Gujarati Literature
Suprya Banik PAL
Duhshala: the solitary and
neglected royal princess of
the Mahabharata
Veena HOWARD
Female Subjectivity and the
Divine Feminine: A
Dynamic Interplay in the

Arundhati GOSWAMI
BILVA TREE: ITS
IMPORTANCE WITH
SPECIAL REFERENCE
TO YURVEDA
Sakaki Kazuyo
Nature of the Translators
and Adapters - Written
Sources of yoga in
Persian
SLOUBER Michael
Early Tantric Medicine
and its Relationship to
Classical yurveda
Sri Pranab Jyoti
KALITA
The Treatment of
Ayurveda for a Pregnant
Lady with Special

Simona Chaudhry
Ferraro

Gudrun Bhnemann
Skull Ornaments and
Corpses: Tantric Forms
of Hanumn in Nepal
Xenia Zeiler
Representing the Dark:
Visual Recurrence in the
Iconography of Tantric
Goddesses
Nandana Chutiwongs
Vizualizing Maitreya
Chatpisit Pachanee
The Iconography of the

IN BHOJAS
RJAMRTAA
COMMENTARY TO
THE YOGASTRAS

The Impact of
Rmyaa and
Mahbhrata on Main
Indonesian Languages

Peter Thomson
Reflections on
significance of
Anubhtisvarpcrya
s ippanam, (c. 1300
CE) on the
Mkyagauapadya
with akarabhya

Brindaban Bihari Das


Nimbarka Vaishnavism
in South East Asia and
its relevance in modern
time

Piyushkant DIXIT
CRYA
BADARNTH
UKLAJ AND HIS
ARRTMAVDA
Rafal KLECZEK
AUTHORITY AND
RELIGION IN
BHSARVAJA'S
NYYABHAA

Roy TZOHAR
Secondary Meaning,
Perceptual Error and
Common Opinion
(prasiddhi) in
Bahrtrharis
Vkyapadya (2.2852.297)
10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Tuesday 10:45-13:15
Philosophy
Shashank
SRIVASTAVA
Tying a knot between
my and avidy: A
Rmdvaycryas
effort in the Vednta
Kaumud
Satya MURTI
A critique of reductio
ad absurdum in the
ancient Nyya
Sheeba V and
Srinivasa Kumar N
Acharya
The significance of
Advaita and Dvaita
dialogues:
an inquiry into
philosophical debates

Chingduang
Yurayong
Tantr, Gta, Vdita
Turyga: Concepts of
Music from IndoEuropean and Sanskrit
to Southeast Asian
Contexts

Mahynottaratantras
stra and Pli Tipitaka
Ligeia LUGLI
The Buddhist
Translators Workbench
and its applications for
the study of Buddhism

Mahesh DEOKAR
Pali Adaptations of
Sanskrit Literature

Environment
Harish Chandra
KUKRETI
Satire in Kemendras work
Kalvilsa
Jesse KNUTSON
Poetics of Policy:
Kmandaki's Ntisra as
kvya; kvya as politics

Florinda De Simini,
When Lachmanns
method meets the Dharma
of iva. Methodological
considerations for
critically editing the
ivadharma corpus
Cristina Pecchia,
Approaches to textuality.
Samples from the
Carakasahit

Kamal Kant BALAN


Mamta TRIPATHI
Tibetan Buddhism:
Contribution to
Humanity and
Knowledge Tradition

Kavita HOLEY
Priyapremonmadah

Alaka Atreya Chudal,


Sanskrit texts, Indian
land and Nepalese
readers: Religious and
cultural transmission in
the 19th and 20th -century
Banaras

Johannes Eijsermans
Ocean of battle, glory
of gods: the political
context of the myth of
the churning of the milk
ocean in ancient Khmer
inscriptions and
iconography

Mark ALLON
Sanskritisation and the
diction of canonical
Buddhist stra texts

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Tuesday 10:45-13:15

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Tuesday 10:45-13:15

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Tuesday 10:45-13:15

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Tuesday 10:45-13:15

Sanskrit in Southeast
Asia

Buddhist Studies

Poetry, Drama and


Aestetics

Manuscriptology

Ravi Kumar
Sanskrit Influence in
South East Asia
Sanit Sinak
Sanskrit Name of
Official Places in
Salaya

Sran Suebsantiwongse
The Rise of Popular
Brahma Cult in
Thailand and Its
Influence on the
Society, Religion and
Tourism
Sotheara Vong
Sanskrit Preservation
Form in Post-Angkor

Masanori SHONO
On the Rules That
Buddhist Monks Must
Obey
Noel SHETH
Ariyaratnes Early
Reinterpretation of
Buddhist Tradition in
Terms of Social
Concern and
Development in Sri
Lanka

Daniele Cuneo and


Camillo Formigatti,
Manuscripts catalogues
records as mini editions:
Case studies from the
Cambridge Manuscripts
Collection

Mala CHANDRA
Philosophical Background
of abda akti Vivechana in
Sanskrit Poetics with special
reference to Prvamms
Mawatagama Permananda
THERO
The Teaching of Eight
Gaas (Tri-Syllabic Feet) is
duly poetical or dealing with
human life?

Patil DEEPALI
Medical Benefits of
Urine - A comparative
study in Buddhism and
Ayurveda

Nanda PURI
Nyaghasya
Vstuastrady
Vivechanam

Patrick McALLISTER
Prajkaragupta on the

Pankaj Kumar MISHRA


A Fresh Interpretation of

Adheesh SATHAYE
A Digital Stemma for the
Vetla-pacaviati: A
Project Report
Bhupendra
WALKHADE

Bibekananda
BANERJEE
Vrttaratnavali
A Comprehensive study
of an unpublished
Sanskrit Manuscript on
Indian Medicine of The
Asiatic Society

Rgvedic Aranyakas
Shrikant BAHULKAR
The tradition of the
Atharvaveda in
Maharashtra


cha Fillmore's Case
Grammar and Sanskrit
Bijoy Misra, Prem
Nagar and Bela
Kosaras,
Semantics vs Lexicon
Musings on the evolution
of language

Narrative of Amb
Vidyut AKLUJKAR
Redressing the Beloved:
Innovations in nandarmyaa

Reference to the Caraka


Samhita
Thyagaraju U.
ANALYSIS OF ROOT
CAUSE OF DISEASES
ACCORDING TO
SCRIPTURAL TEXTS

Seals in the Khmer


Manuscripts Used to
Communicate with the
Court of Thailand in the
Reign of King Rama IIIIV

Shinya Moriyama
Prajkaraguptas
sattopalambhavda: An
inquiry into an Indian
version of esse is
percipi
Shrinivasa Varakhedi
Ontology Governs the
Epistemology - A
Radical Notion

Linda THOMPSON
Life and Death in
Ayurveda

Cambodia
Phramaha
Thongchird
Changkaew and Sanit
Sinak
Use of Sanskrit and
Pali terms in
University: Mahamakut
Buddhist University

relation of inference and


perception

Abhijna in
Abhijnaakuntala

Pochi HUANG
Why Kvya Started with
Buddhism--the
Thergth as an
Example

Prabhat Kumar MISHRA


Klidsa in Modern Hindi
Literature

Brijesh Kumar
SHUKLA

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C. PALAIAH
Care of Manuscripts A
Great Heritage of Indian
Culture

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LUNCH
Tuesday 14:45-16:15

Veda and Vedic


Literature

Linguistics

Rmyaa and
Mahbhrata

The Carakasahit a s a
Mirror of South Asian
Cultural History

History, Art and


Architecture

Philosophy

Sanskrit in Southeast
Asia

Buddhist Studies

Poetry, Drama and


Aestetics

Manuscriptology

Mugdha GADGIL
Jyaihya and Knihya
in Vedic, Post-Vedic and
popular Indian Culture
Mislav JEI
The Purua-Nryaa
and the UttaraNryaa and Their
Impact on the
Development of
Viuism and Hinduism

Carmela Mastrangelo &


Zsolt Simon
The etymology of Vedic
brav- to say, speak, tell

Chitra Ramaswamy,
DVAIMTURA AND
VAIMTRA
DIPESH KATIRA AND
CHINMAY
DHARURKAR,
Honorificity in Sanskrit

Yaroslav VASSILKOV
Orality and Writing in the
Mahbhrata: shall we ever
part with dichotomous
thinking?
Joydeep Bagchee
Recensions of the
Bhagavadgt
Vishwa Adluri
Moka and the Unity of the
Mahbhrata

Sarma S. A. S.
Particular rites
described in the
gniveyaghyastra,
and customs followed by
gniveyaghyastra
brahmins

Karin PREISENDANZ
The Physician as a
Compassionate Master
of Life: On the Historical
and Cultural Background
of Classical yurveda
Pascale HAAG
Carakas conceptions of
happy (sukha) and
good (hita) life
Philipp MAAS
On Origin Myths of
Disease and Medical
Knowledge in the
Carakasahit

Balakailasanathasarma
Maheswarakurukkal
A Study of the aivgamic
Pratih (Installation) in
aiva temples with special
reference to the major
aivgamas
Libbie Mills
The Maha: Its Form and
Function
Mallepuram G
Venkatesh
Town Planning in the
ivatattvaratnkara: An
Analytical Study

Suguru ISHIMURA
On the Bha School's
Concept of
Cognizedness
(jtat)
Sujata
PURKAYASTH
CONCEPT OF
SUPREME REALITY
IN PCARTRA
SYSTEM VIS--VIS
AKARAS
VEDNTA
Surabhi VERMA
Precognition in
Dreams: A Play of
Superimposed
Reflections of
Consciousness

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Tuesday 16.30-18:00

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Coffee break
Tuesday 16.30-18:00

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break
Tuesday 16.30-18:00

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break
Tuesday 16.30-18:00

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break
Tuesday 16.30-18:00

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break
Tuesday 16.30-18:00

Veda and Vedic


Literature

Linguistics

Rmyaa and
Mahbhrata

The Carakasahit

History, Art and


Architecture

Philosophy

Franois D. VOEGELI
Going Beyond the vidhi:
A Case Study of the
Agnihotra and some
ghya rites in Nepal

Eijir Dyama,
The Vedic adverb vat

Bhagyashree Bhalvatkar
VALMIKIRAMAYANE
PRATIBIMBITAM
MANOVIJNAANAM

Mahavir AGRAWAL
Upam Alakra
(Simile, the Poetic
Figure) in the
gveda

GERALD PENN,
Linear Taxonomy as an
Organizing Principle of
the Ashtadhyayi
Kevin Ryan,
Morphological conditions
on retroflex harmony

BANDYOPADHYAY
Pratap
THE MAHBHRATA
STORY OF SNAKE
SACRIFICE AND ITS
WIDE-RANGING
IMPLICATIONS

Rammanohar
PUTHIYEDATH
Yadcchsiddhi - Notions
of clinical evidence in the
Carakasahit
Vitus ANGEMEIER
The Categorization of
Water in the
Carakasahit

Shin'ichiro Hori
Colophons of Sanskrit
Manuscripts from Eastern
India and Their
Contribution to the Pla
Chronology
Suchandra Ghosh
History of the Valkh
Kingdom: An Early State
in Western Central India
(c. 4th to 5th century CE)

Toshihiro WADA
Gageas on the
Meaning of Verbal
Roots (dhtu)
Uttara NERURKAR
Title: The Application
of the Principles of
Nyyadaranam to
Itself
Yoichi IWASAKI
Definition of Vedas:

U-tain Wongsathit
The Cult of Pashupati
in Ancient Cambodia
Lungtaen Gyatso
Distinctive
Characteristic of
Sanskrit Influences in
the Bhutanese and
Tibetan Way of Life
I Made Darmayasa
Interpretations of
Srimadbhagvadgita in
Old Javanese
Language
Viroopaksha V.
Jaddipal
Bhratya stric
Contents in the Select
Inscriptions of
Cambodia: A study
16:15 -16:30
Coffee break
Tuesday 16.30-18:00
Sanskrit in Southeast
Asia
Kowit Pimpuang
Sanskrit Terms as Used
in Prachum Vohan
Sunthorn Phu
Panisa Meesang
The Buddha Bowl in
the Buddhist religion
Waradet
Mesangrutdharakul
The writing of Sanskrit

Projit Kumar PALIT


Pemayangtse Monastery
in Sikkim: A religious
linkage between
Northeast India and
Tibet
Rajendra Tripathi
RASRAJ

Prahalad SHARMA
:


Debamitra DEY
Influence of Nyya Views in
Indian rhetoric: A brief
Analysis
Kazuho YAMASAKI
On Ratnkara and Mgha

Cristina BIGNAMI and


Elena MUCCIARELLI
The Epigraphia
Carnatica Resource
pool for historians: A
digitization project of the
University Library of
Tbingen
Deepro
CHAKRABORTY
A Quest: Identifying the
Original treyaik
Dipti TRIPATHI
Vaiykaraasiddhntatatt
vaviveka of
Vanamlmira (a long
unknown text of
philosophy of grammar)

Ritesh OVHAL
Early Buddhist
Approach to
Psychological Disorder

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break
Tuesday 16.30-18:00

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break
Tuesday 16.30-18:00

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break
Tuesday 16.30-18:00

Buddhist Studies

Poetry, Drama and


Aestetics

Manuscriptology

Ritsu AKAHANE
Reflection on an
original Sanskrit text of
the Prajpradpa,
accounting for the
differences between the
Tibetan and Chinese
translations
Ryo SASAKI
ntarakita's
Interpretation of
Dharmakrti's Thought

Parimal PHADKE
The Concept of Nyaka for
the style of Bharatanyam
( Investigating into the
possibilities and the
impossibilities)
Pramita
BHATTACHARYA
The theraputic value of
music in the 'Abhijnaakuntala'

Marco
FRANCESCHINI
Some special symbols and
diacritics used in Grantha
manuscripts transmitting
Vedic texts
Muthulakshmi
RAMACHANDRAN
SOME PROBLEMS IN
CRITICALLY EDITING
MANUSCRIPTS ON
YOGA

Stephanie JAMISON
Larger Rhetorical
Structures in the gveda

Raj RAJAN
To enter where there is no
door

Saurabh Sharma
Vras: Historical and
Archaeological Evidences
of its Origin

Some
Navya-nyya
Inquiries

words by Grantha
alphabet - in Thai
Brahmins texts

of Debate in the
Vdanyya
Seishi KARASHIMA
The Triubh-Jagat
verses in the
Saddharmapuarkast
ra

Raghvendra NARAYAN
ARYA
The Authenticity of the
authorship of
the tusahra of Klidsa

Nibedita PATI
Two Unpublished
Manuscripts of
Rangadsak on
Meghadtam

WEDNESDAY 01 JULY
Room 1

Room 2

Room 3

Room 4

Room 5

Room 6

Room 7

Room 8

Room 9

Room 10

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Wednesday 8:00-10:30

Wednesday 8:00-10:30

Wednesday 8:00-10:30

Wednesday 8:00-10:30

Wednesday 8:0010:30

Wednesday 8:0010:30

Wednesday 8:00-10:30

Wednesday 8:00-10:30

Wednesday 8:00-10:30

Section 1: Veda and


Vedic Literature

Section 5: Linguistics

Section 22: Stra, Sm iti


and stra

Section 11: History, Art


and Architecture

Section 8: Buddhist
Studies

Section 7: Poetry, Drama


and Aestetics

Section 7:
Manuscriptology

Paolo VISIGALLI
Proto-nirvacana As a
Rhetorical Device in
Vedic Literature
Pramod KUMAR
Vaidikavmaye
lokaprabandhanam

KRISHNAMURTHI
C.G.

Section 5: Pura
Studies
Session 1: Colonial
Heritage, Political
Insights, and
Methodological Concerns
in Pura Studies Panel
Chair, McComas Taylor
Elizabeth Rohlman,
Colonial-era Pura
Studies: the Curious Case
of the Markeya
Pura
Travis Lamar Smith,
An Ancient Account of
Colonial India: The
Bhaviya Pura on the
British Raj

Ingo STRAUCH
Advice for a king rjanti
as documented in an early
manuscript from Gandhra
(part 2)
Anil KUMAR

Shonaleeka Kaul
Early Indological
Readings of Kalhaas
Rjataragi: The
Problematic of History

Shogo WATANABE
A problem around the
title of the
Prajpramit-hdaya[sutra]: Is the
Prajpramit-hdaya[sutra] a sutra that
advocates emptiness, or a
dhra (mantra)?

Rani MAJUMDAR
Lotus in the works of
Klidsa

P.T.G.Y.
SAMPATHKUMARAC
HARYULU
Methods of Reading &
Writing of Manuscripts

Shohei ICHIMURA
What Dr. Ambedkar
called for his joint
practice of the Therav
din and Mah y na
Buddhist principles as
necessary for Human
Equality and
Emancipation

Sadashiv Kr. DWIVEDI

Soma BASU
Some aspects of poetic
technique and
compositional structure of
the Supriya srthavha
jtaka in
Bhadrakalpvadna, a
Buddhist narrative in
verse

Saranya SAHA
Debate between
Alakrikas and Naiyyikas
in Kashmir with special
reference to Mahimabhaa

Sachidananda
MAHAPATRA Concept
of vrata in Brahmana
literature: A note
Bhagyalata PATASKAR
What is Bhaiha?
Caley SMITH
Authors as Characters in
the Rg Vedic hymns


LAURA
GRESTENBERGER,
On i-substantivizations
in Vedic nominal
compounds
LIUDMILA OLALDE,
Nmarpa; a Linguistic
Perspective
Maria Piera Candotti
and Tiziana Pontillo,
LEXICAL
SUBORDINATION IN
DERIVATION AND
COMPOUNDING: THE
CASE-STUDY OF THE
SO-CALLED PINIS
UPAMSAMSASLEXICAL
SUBORDINATION IN
DERIVATION AND
COMPOUNDING
MEENA SONAM,
AREAL LINGUISTICS
AND LANGUAGE
TYPOLOGY

Vishwa Adluri,
Genealogies of Puric
Concepts and the TextHistorical Method
E. H. Rick Jarrow,
The Depth Psychology of
Puric Narratives
Suchita Yadav,
Notion of Polity in Agni
Pura

(./))
Madhusudan PENNA
An analysis of Self in Cogito
ergo sum in the light of
Yogastra
Manashi SHARMA
Disaster Management
envisaged in Kauilyas
Arthastra
Manisha KUMARI

Gireesan P. and
Balagopal T.S. Prabhu
A NEW THEORY ON
THE ORIGIN AND
EVOLUTION OF
TEMPLE THEATRE
Nandini Bhowmik
An Analytical Study of the
Musical Instruments used
during the Kuruketra
War in the Mahbhrata
PANE : One od, one
stra: hiloso hical
develo ments to ards
and ithin Vi i dvaita
Vednta bet een
Nthamuni and
Ve ka antha
Elisa Freschi and
Marcus Schmcker
Introduction to the Panel
Marcus Schmcker
The Relation of God and
Veda according to
Vednta Deikas
Paramatabhaga

Section 13:
Philosophy
Agnieszka Rostalska
Who could be an
authority? Common
philosophical points of
Nyya philosophers
and J. M. Bocheski.
Agnieszka Rostalska

Stefan BAUMS
The Dictionary of
Gndhr: Studies in
Vernacular Buddhism and
Sanskritization
Sudaporn KHIEWNGAMDEE
The sitting posture and
characteristic of
Venerable nanda in
Sukhvat vyha Stra

Rembert LUTJEHARMS
Extracting sugar cane juice:
an examination of
Kavikarapra's devotional
citra-kvyas

Sander HENS
Rmas valour and Kmas
victory: Eulogizing and
criticizing the Chamnas
in Sanskrit epic poetry

Partha Sarathi SIL


A comparative study
between the
Vaidikacchandapraka
and Pigalas
chandastra
Prafulla Kumar
MISHRA
An unpublished
manuscript of
Smaradpik (a text on
erotic literature) of
Govinda Mishra
Reeta
BHATTACHARYA
On the concept of
khyta in the
grammatical and Indian
Philosophical thought
and a related manuscript
problem
Shilpi SARKAR
A Study of the
Manuscripts of
Dattamahodadhi with
Special Reference to the
Concept of
Dvymuyyaa

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Wednesday 10:45-13:15

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Wednesday 10:45-13:15

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Wednesday 10:45-13:15

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Wednesday 10:45-13:15

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Wednesday 10:45-13:15

PANE 1 Vrtya
Culture in Vedic
SourcesSattra, Vrtyastoma and
reciprocal oath in some
ancient kinds of
brotherhood, Tiziana
Pontillo, Introduction

Section 5: Linguistics

Section 5: Pura
Studies
Session 2: The Bhgavata
Pura & Textual
Antecedents of Puric
NarrativesPanel Chair,
Elizabeth Rohlman

Section 22: Stra, Sm iti


and stra

PANE
stra:

Pratibha SHASTRI

-

Halina Marlewicz
aikastrya
reinterpreted

McComas Taylor,
Seven Days of Nectar:
The Oral Performance of
the Bhgavata Pura

Manjuna BHAT
Applications of Mms
Maxims (Nyyas) in other
doctrines and Our Daily life

Robert Leach
The Nryaya and the
Five Knowledges in
Viidvaita Vednta

Pankaj Rawal,
rmadbhagavadgt
Bhgavatayo
Skhyayoga
Ithmar Theodor,
The Bhgavata Pura
and Bharatas Rasa
Aesthetics

Nattapaul BANRAI
The Concepts of Planets in
Thai and Vedic Astrological
Texts

Kyoko Amano,
Ritual Contexts of Sattra
Myths in the Maitrya

PARITOSH DAS,
Theory of Reflexive
Pronoun Oneself (sva) in
aktivda
Patrick Mccartney,
Spoken Sanskrit in a
tribal dominated area of
Rajasthan, India

Prasad Bhide & Malhar


Kulkarni,
S.D. Joshis policy for IC
Nirmala R. Kulkarni,
A Note on the Kaiin Dks Analysis with reference to
Encyclopaedic Dictionary
of Sanskrit on Historical
Edeltraud Harzer,
The Iniquitous Gift of Cows Principles
to Dlbhya
SHEEBA V.,
Role of Avyaya in
PANE 1 Vrtya
Samskrit Syntax
Culture in Vedic
Sources
Brahmabhta /
SHRI KRISHAN
Brahmacrin /
SHARMA,
Brahmodya, Moreno
BHRATYADHVANIS
Dore, Introduction
TRE
SVARABHAKTIVIMARA
Hans Henrich Hock,
aduruktavkyam (PB
17.9): Vrtya Prakrit
or Ritual Concerns?

Marc Tienfenauer,
The Very Rich Hours of
the Puric Hells and
their Ancestors
Jayanthi Manohar,
Historical Perspective of
Events Occurring in
Puras

R SHOBHA
KAUTILYAs
PERSPECTIVES ON
STRATEGIC HUMAN
RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT
Renu K. SHARMA
Ethical Foundations in
Stra Vedga

: One

Elisa Freschi
The role of Prva
Mms in Vednta
Deikas systematising
efforts

Lawrence McCrea
Does God Have Free
Will: Hermeneutics and
Theology in the Work of
Vedntadeika
Srilata Raman
The Right Conduct for a
Vaidika Vaiava:
Vednta Deikas
Saccaritrarak

Elena Mucciarelli,
Riddles and melodies in

113:15-14.45
LUNCH
Wednesday 14:45-16:15

13:15-14.45
LUNCH
Wednesday 14:45-16:15

13:15-14.45
LUNCH
Wednesday 14:45-16:15

13:15-14.45
LUNCH
Wednesday 14:45-16:15

Section 5: Linguistics

Section 5: Pura
Studies - Session 2

Section 22: Stra, Sm iti


and stra

Section : gama and


Tantra

Nicolas Dejenne,
The Reuka-mhtmya: A
Late Regional Sanskrit
Text from Indias Western
Coast

Santosh MORE &


Shrinivas VARKHEDI
KAAMA Its Image in
Indian Society

Andrea ACRI
Who Were the Krukas?

SIVAJA NAIR,

Subodh Shukla,

Anita MEENA

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Wednesday 10:4513:15

Section 20: Sanskrit


and the IT World

Section 12: Sanskrit


in Southeast Asia

Akshar Bharati and


Soma Paul
Information
bootstrapping in the
light of Indian
Grammatical Tradition

Viroopaksha V.
Jaddipal
Bhratya stric
Contents in the Select
Inscriptions of
Cambodia: A study

Vasudeva Aital
Taddhitnta Generator

Samniang Leurmsai

od, one

Rana P.B. Singh,


Sacred Landscapes of
Gaya: Puric Sanskrit
narrations and the
Present Context

13:15-14.45
LUNCH
Wednesday 14:45-16:15
PANE 1 Vrtya
Culture in Vedic
Sources
Brahmabhta /
Brahmacrin /
Brahmodya, Moreno
Dore, Introduction

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Wednesday 10:4513:15

Dominic GOODALL
Reinterpreting the
invocation stanzas that

Tanuja Ajotikar,
Anuja Ajotikar, Peter
Scharf
Computational
Implementation of the
Adhyy : Some
Issues

Sombat
Mangmeesuksiri
U-tainWongsathit
Chirapat
Prapandvidya
Thanida Phromprasit

Arjuna S.R. and


Amba Kulkarni
Analysis and
Representation of
Navya-Nyya
Expressions

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Wednesday 10:45-13:15

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Wednesday 10:45-13:15

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Wednesday 10:45-13:15

Section 9: Jaina Studies


Ana BAJZELJ
Kundakunda on the modal
modification of
omniscient jvas

Section 7: Poetry, Drama


and Aestetics

Section 7:
Manuscriptology

Sarita TYAGI
Klidsa and Lokokti
(popular saying)

Takahiro KATO
Bhskaras acceptance of
two recensions of the
Bhadrayaka-Upaniad

Andrew OLETT
Pdalipta and history of
Prakrit literature
Ayako YAGI-HOHARA
On the meaning of AMg
alla, pal a
Eva DE CLERCQ
Jain narratives on animal
sacrifice
Haiyan HU-VONHINBER
On the Meaning of
sabhoga in Early
Jainism and Buddhism

Timothy Bellefleur
Digital philology: A
platform for the
storage, editing,
analysis, and
visualization of
Sanskrit texts and
manuscripts

Sreenivasa Murthy
Janardana SWAMY
Translating Sanskrit Plays
for theatre in India [Special
reference to Kannada
theatre]

Vasumati RAJARAM
INTERPRETATIVE
VARIATIONS IN
COMMENTATORIAL
WORKS
Yogendra SHARMA
abdyana: the Odyssey
of a Bhagavadgt
Manuscript from India to
Mexico

Sridevi NIL
Abhinavaguptas Style of
Interpreting the Illustrative
Verses: A Critical Study

Wendy PHILLIPSRODRIGUEZ
Big data in Sanskrit
textual criticism: a
proposal for textual
genomics

Suparna
BANDYOPADHYAY
The relation between plot,
character, their
generalization and aestethic
pleasure in the dramatic art:
an Indian approach

Indira SAIKIA BORA


Manuscript Paintings of
Assam: A Special
Reference to
akaradevas Writings
Mans BROO
The print and manuscript
history of the Radha
Tantra

13:15-14.45
LUNCH
Wednesday 14:4516:15

13:15-14.45
LUNCH
Wednesday 14:4516:15

Section 20: Sanskrit


and the IT World

Section 16: Sanskrit


in relation with
regional Languages
and Literatures

Madhav Gopal and


Girish Nath Jha
Application of BIS POS
Tagset for Sanskrit:
Case of Verbs and

Shiuli BASU
The term sabhvan
explained in utpek
alakra by Rhetoricians
with special reference to
Nyya Philosophy

TIMOTHY Lorndale
Notes on Gadya
Passages in early

13:15-14.45
LUNCH
Wednesday 14:45-16:15

13:15-14.45
LUNCH
Wednesday 14:45-16:15

Section 9: Jaina Studies

Section 7: Poetry, Drama


and Aestetics

Juan WU
Shared Stories in the
Mlasarvstivda-vinaya
and vetmbara Jaina
Literature: A Preliminary
Survey

Wednesday 14:45-16:15

Surya Narayana
KORADA
The Return of the Cloud:
Ghanavtta of Korada
Ramachandra Sastri, A
Sequel to Klidsas

the vrtya speech


Tristan Elby,
Archaic esotericism in the
religious culture of the
vrtyas
Chiara Neri - Tiziana
Pontillo, What was the
meaning of the phrase to
become
Brahman/Brahm in
Vedic and Pli texts?

A linguistic study of
Sanskrit Morphology
SUDYUMMA
ACHARYA, Phonetic
Tendencies of some
Prakrit words as reflected
in the inscriptions of
Bharhut

Section 5: Pura
Studies - Session 3:
Regional Puric
LiteraturePanel Chair:
Elizabeth Rohlman

Mugdha Gadgil and


Ambarish Khare
The Legacy of Vrtyas and
Ascetic Sects

Renate Sohnen-Thieme,
The Gautam-mhtmya
and its Epic Sources

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break

Wednesday 16.30-18:00

Wednesday 16.30-18:00

Section 5:
Contemporary Sanskrit

Section 5: Linguistics

U.R. GIRIDHARAN
Formulation of rcakra

Udom Srinon,
The Role of Pali and
Sanskrit Languages as
Anecdotes and Terms in a
Linguistics and English
Teaching Course for
Academic Buddhist
Purpose

Charles PRESTON
LOVE IN THE PLAYS OF
DR. V. RGHAVAN

Kedar Nath Sharma


-

P.C. Muraleemadhavan
POETICS AND
POLITICS IN
KERALODAYA

Noor Van Brussel,


From Regional Pura to
Ritual Performance: The
Puric Bhadrotpatti and
its Ties to the Narrative
Tradition of the
Drikavadham in Kerala

Satyabhama Razdan
var Kauls Description
of Sandhi: Critical
Analysis

16:15 -16:30
Coffee
break
Wednesday 16.30-18:00
Section 5: Pura
Studies - Session 3
Sushma Jatoo,
The Dev-mhtmyas of
the Bnga Samhit
Section 5: Pura
Studies - Session 4
Studies in akta Puras
& Divine Classifications
in Puric Literature
Panel Chair: McComas
Taylor
Anatara Chakravarty,
Historicity of
Vaihrama in
Kmarpa with Special
Reference to the Klik
Pura
Raj Balkaran,
The Safeguard of
Sovereignty: Focusing the
Frame of the Devmhtmya

Prama and Pram:


Conflict between NyyaVaieika and Buddhist
Philosophy
Devalina SAIKIA
Validity of Knowledge:
Kada Tarkavgas
presentation of
Murrimiras view
Devendra SINGH
Cikits-stra and its roots
in the Atharvaveda
Dhubra ACHARYYA
Environmental Ethics in
Ancient Indian Sastras

allude, punningly, to
tantric notions in some
tenth-century Cambodian
inscriptions
Florinda DE SIMINI
Lay aivism and Tantric
Initiation
Patricia SAUTHOFF
Bridging the World:
Chummak and Dreams
as gateways into the
sacred
Shaman HATLEY
On the Tantric Sources of
the Devpura

Particles

Camp Kvyas

Oliver Hellwig and


Wiebke Petersen
What's Pini got to do
with it?
The use of gaaheaders from the
Adhyy in Sanskrit
literature from the
perspective of corpus
linguistics

Vijaya SATI

Grard Huet
Sanskrit signs and
Pinian scripts

Sanskrit in relation
with 20th century Hindi
literature

Kornelius
KRMPELMANN
Johannes Klatts JainaOnomasticon and the
state of research on
Jainism at the end of the
19th century

Waradet
MESANGRUTDHAR
AKUL
The writing of Sanskrit
words by Grantha
alphabet in Thai
Brahmins texts

Peter FLGEL
Jaina Prosopography

Meghasandea
Daniele CUNEO
Not just Hamlets on the
Ganges. The Influence of
Mukulabhaa's
Abhidhvttimtk
on
Mammaa's Oeuvre
Paola Maria ROSSI
The Buddhist attitude
towards poetry: some
remarks on the Buddhist
aesthetics between
canonical scriptures and
Avaghoas
Saundarananda

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break

16:15 -16:30
Coffee break

Wednesday 16.30-18:00

Wednesday 16.30-18:00

Wednesday 16.3018:00

Wednesday 16.3018:00

Wednesday 16.30-18:00

Wednesday 16.30-18:00

Wednesday 16.30-18:00

Section 22: Stra, Sm iti


and stra

Section : gama and


Tantra

PANEL 4: N ya stra
and its various Dimensions

Section 18: Sanskrit


Pedagogy

Judit TRZSK
Seven or Eight Mothers in
Early kta Tantras

PANEL 2: Sanskrit
and Distance
Education

Section 8: Buddhist
Studies

Sarvanarayan JHA
Text, Authorship and date of
Sryasiddhnta

Section 20: Sanskrit


and the IT World
Charles Li
Open Editing: Tools for
a new era of
scholarship

Mohanty Sugyan Kumar


A Critical Study of the
Major Variants of the Text
in the Nyastra of Bharat

Eva-Maria SCHINZEL
The
Kdambarasvkaraastra
with Commentary and the
Kdambarasvkaraakrik
- Two Sanskrit Treatises on
Erotics

Tsunehiko SUGIKI
The Maala of Mothers:
A Sanskrit Edition and
Analysis of Chapter 19 of
the Buddhist
Vajrakatantra

Yumi KATAYAMA
The Episode of the
Offering of Dharma:
Saddharmapuarkastr
a and Vimarakrtinirdea

Ajay Kumar MISHRA


The Dilemma Of SocioPolitical Empowerment
Of Women In The Play
Sul

Anindya
BANDYOPADHYAY
A Link Between Mms
and Dharmastra

Michael SLOUBER
Gruam in the
Majuriyamlakalpa

Keshav Melnad,
Pawan Goyal and
Peter Scharf
Updating Meter
Identifying Tool (MIT)
Mukesh Kumar
Mishra
Sanskrit Avyayas and
NL Ambiguities: A
WSD Approach

ABHIJIT DIXIT
Learning and Teaching
process of Adhyy
Strapha through
Distance Mode

AJAY KUMAR
MISHRA
The Role of Distance
Education for Sanskrit
ASHOK
THAPLIYAL
A Study on Difficulties
in the Learning and
Teaching Process in
"TAJIK NILKANTHI"
through Distance
Education

Toshio HORIUCHI
Toward a critical edition
of the Lakvatrastra:
The significance of the
palm-leaf manuscript
Vijaya RANI
Buddhist Concept of
Causation as referred to
in YUKTIDPK (An Old
Commentary on
Skhyakrik)

Hombal P. Medini
Nyastra: The Text, The
Heng LIN
Interpretation and the Modern The Direct Method of
Concepts
Sanskrit Teaching
Lawrence David Peter
Abhinavaguptas Rasa
Theory and the Teleology of
Emotions

McComas TAYLOR
The flexible delivery of
Sanskrit from the
Australian national
University

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THURSDAY 02 JULY
Room 1

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Room 8

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Thursday 8:00-10:30

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Thursday 8:00-10:30

Thursday 8:00-10:30

Thursday 8:00-10:30

Thursday 8:00-10:30

Thursday 8:0010:30

Thursday 8:00-10:30

Thursday 8:00-10:30

Section 5:
Contemporary
Sanskrit

Section 5: Linguistics
Panel on VEDIC &
SANSKRIT VERBAL
SYSTEM

Section 5: Pura
Studies - Session 4

Section 22: Stra, Sm iti


and stra

Section : gama and


Tantra

Section 20: Sanskrit and


the IT World

PANEL 2: Sanskrit and


Distance Education

PANEL 4: N ya stra and


its various Dimensions

Nilabh TIWARI

Kendra Marks,
Kal the Disgusting,
Violent and Wrathful:
Monstrosity as a Literary
device in the Devmhtmya

Shashi Prabha KUMAR

Peter Daniel SZANTO


The Mahmudrtilaka: its
contents, history, and
transmission

Nripendra Kumar
Pathak
Sanskrit-Hindi Machine
Translation: Issues in lalakra Mapping

DHARMENDRA
KUMAR SINGHDEO

Godabarisha Mishra
Literature and
Philosophy: A
Contemporary
Interface
Calling in the Sanskrit
writings of Ramavarma
Parikshit and Govinda
Chandra Pande
Bhakti MAMTORA
CONCEPTIONS OF
DEVOTION IN
CONTEMPORARY
SANSKRIT
WRITINGS
Indira PRAKKAT
Mahaprasthnam A fiction in Translation
Narayanan E N
TRANSLATION
WORKS IN SANSKRIT
LITERATURE AND
CONTEMPORARY
LITERARY FORMS:
AN ANALYTICAL
STUDY

Adam Catt
Finite Verbs from Nonfinite Sources in Vedic
Beatrice Bonino and Jan
E.M. Houben
Verbal roots: their Indian
and Indo-european
linguistic lives
Boris Oguibenine
Vedic m-/ m- to be
gracious, pardon and
md- soft. Meaning,
Syntax, and IndoEuropean Etymology
JAN E.M. HOUBEN
The Discovery of the
dhtu as a Landmark in
the history of Sanskrit
and Universal Linguistics

James Pierce,
Reigning But Reined:
Gender, Power, and
Authority in the Dev
Pura
Section 5: Pura
Studies
Session 4
Guy Petterson,
Gods, Sages and Humans
in the Puras: Orders of
Being in Puric
Transmission

Leonid Kulikov
Vedic quasidenominatives:
morphology, syntax and
semantics


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Jay SAHA
MODERNIZATION AND
UPGRADATION OF
SANSKRIT
LEXICONS:CASE STUDY
OF ENGLISH- SANSKRIT
DICTIONARIES
Jayashree SATHE
Abhivny, Abhivnyavats
and Abhivnyvats as
Lexicographical entries
Kapil GAUTAM
Dharmajijs and
Brahmanjijs - A stric
Interpretation - With Special
Reference to Catustr
karabhya
Sharda NARAYAN
The Significance of Number
in Word-Meaning

Saroj KAUSHAL

Marzenna CZERNIAKDROZDZOWICZ
Pncartrika temples in
the mhtmyas and
temple chronicles preliminary notes on the
rragamhtmya
Sudhir LALL
Divyaketra in
Divyastra : Pervasive
Vi u in
Ydavcalamahtmya
P.T.G.Y.
SAMPATHKUMARAC
HARYULU
A Note on
Viutattvasahit, An
Unpublished Pcartra
Text
Sarma S.A.S.
Mttantra texts of south
India with special
reference to the
Mtsadbhvatantra

Dhaval Patel and


Sivakumari Katuri
Prakriypradarin - an
open source subanta
generator
Peter M. Scharf
An XML formalization of
the Adhyy
V. Sheeba, Shrinivasa
Varakhedi and Sivaja S.
Nair
Rule base for Voice
Transformation in
Sanskrit Syntax
Samir Janardan Sohoni
and Malhar Kulkarni
A character encoding
scheme for computational
Adhyy

KESAVAVN K.P.
Preparing The Study
Material of
Kavyaprakasha for
Distance Education
Based On The
Transactional Distance
Theory of Moore
MURALI SHAM
BHATT
Brihajjathak Learning in
Distance Education
PANKAJ MISHRA
SANSKRIT LEARNING
AND TEACHING
THROUGH DISTANCE
EDUCATION:
CHALLENGES AND
SOLUTION
PRAFULL GADPAL

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Thursday 10:45-12:45

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Thursday 10:45-12:45

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Thursday 10:45-12:45

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Thursday 10:45-12:45

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Thursday 10:45-12:45

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Thursday 10:45-12:45

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Thursday 10:45-12:45

Section 9: Jaina
Studies
Mana SHAH
Historical
Significance of
`Nbhinandanajinod
dhraprabandha
Jagat Ram
BHATTACHARY
YA
Is the lost
Pranavykaraa a
Digambara text? Justification with its
language and
contents
Phool Chand JAIN

Timalsima Sthaneshwar
Abhinavagupta on Mimicking
and Self-Deception:
Recontextualizing the
Abhinavabhrat Commentary
upon the Nyastra of
Bharata
Chattopadhyay Gautam
Abhinaya as self realisation
VENKATESH PADMAJA
SURESH
Tantra the Science and Nya
the Art - Concept and Corelation, with special emphasis
on aesthetic joy, an esoteric
journey

Nair, Sreenath
Mudr: Time and Embodiment
in the Ntyasstra

Marie-Hlne
GORISSE
Concealing meaning
in inferential
statements: The
practice of patra in
Jainism

Mohan Sujata
Problems in understanding the
terms Ntta and Ntya in
Nyastra

- A Metaanalysis of Researches in
Sanskrit Educational
Technology
Vandana VASHISHTA
PEDAGOGY OF
SANSKRIT
Veronica ORQUEDA
Learning and teaching
Sanskrit in Latin America
Brahmachari Surendra
KUMAR
Sanskrit Pedagogy in
Global Context
Sampadananda
MISHRA
TEACHING SANSKRIT
INNOVATIVE WAYS

Royce WILES
From palm leaf to
unicode: The
relationships
between modern
editions of
vetmbara
canonical texts and
the manuscript
traditions

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Thursday 10:45-

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Thursday 10:45-12:45

10:30- 10:45
Tea/Coffee Break
Thursday 10:45-12:45

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Sunita BARMAN
Chandra Bhushan
JHA
A CRITICAL
APPRAISAL OF
GERMANY-KAVYAM
Dharmaraj Adat
STTVIKASVAPNA
AND
PRKTASAMVIDH
NA : TWO WORKS OF
AMBUARM ON
INDIAN FREEDOM
MOVEMENT

Section 5: Linguistics
Panel on VEDIC &
SANSKRIT VERBAL
SYSTEM
Manji Bhadra
Semantic Verb Classes of
Sanskrit Language
VERONICA
ORQUEDA
Transitivity and
reflexivity in Vedic

Pushpa Jha
The execution of symbol
in mattavarani of of Dr.
Abhiraj Rajendra Mishra

Section 4: gama and


Tantra

Section 20: Sanskrit and


the IT World

PANEL 2: Sanskrit and


Distance Education

Simon CUBELIC
What is debt? Deliberations
on the meaning of a in
Sarvoru arman's
Vivdasrrava (1789)

Ajithan P.I.
Conflicting Cults of
Worship of Rurujit within
the Brahmanical
Traditions of Kerala: A
Comparative Analysis

Chitresh Soni
Towards Automatic
Translation from Sanskrit
to English

RAMAKANT PANDEY
Teaching of
Rasagagdhara Through
Distance Mode

Bama Srinivasan and


Ranjani Parthasarathi
Classification of natural
language instructions
inspired from Mms

RANI DADHICH
Teaching Tarkasamgraha
through Distance Mode

Subramanian
CHIDAMBARAN
EVOLUTION OF
SANDHY WORSHIP AND
ITS RELEVANCE IN
MODERN TIMES

T. GANESAN
Validity of the gama-s:
The aiva point of view
A Reappraisal

Urmi SHAH
Valmikis Rmyaa An
Ornate Epic or
Dharmastra

Yohei KAWAJIRI
Abhinavagupta's
Interpretation on
Utpaladeva's
varapratyabhijkrik
1.7.1

Vidyuta KARTHIKE
AN AMNESTY AS
GLEANED FROM THE
SMTIS AND OTHER
SANSKRIT TEXTS

12:45-14:00
LUNCH

12:45-14:00
LUNCH

12:45-14:00
LUNCH

12:45-14:00
LUNCH

14:00 ONWARDS
Thursday 14:15-15:45
C.K.Jayanthi
CONTEMPORARY
SANSKRIT WRITINGS
OF KERALA; A
STUDY WITH
SPECIAL
REFERENCE TO
KIYAM
THEATRE
Urmila ANAND


ANITA

Thursday 14:15-15:45

Thursday 14:15-15:45

12:45
Section 7: Poetry,
Drama and
Aestetics

Section 22: Stra, Sm iti


and stra

Jason SCHWARTZ
A Wizard in the
Chronicles of Amber:
Rethinking the Religious
Culture of the Rjput
courts in lights of the
Kaccwaha's kta
preceptor

12:45-14:00
LUNCH

VALEDICTORY

P. Venkatasubramanian
and Shrinivasa
Varakhedi
Extension of Conflict
Resolution Techniques Pattern recognition in
tsarga-apavda relation
amongst Adhyy
Stras
C. S. Warnekar
Concepts of relational
theory through Sanskrit
texts

Ratnamohan JHA

Shyamdeo MISHRA
Teaching Role of
Siddhnta Jytia in
Distance mod and its role
to propagate Sanskrittext-learning Through
Distance education

12:45-14:00
LUNCH

Nagaswamy R.
Bharata's Nyastra and
Early Tamil Literature
Rajendran Chettiarthodi
Deviations and Innovations:
Kiyam from the
perspectve of Nyastra
Ganser Elisa
Abhinavabhrat and
Nakua as encounters
between theories and practices

Thursday 14:1515:45
Section 8: Buddhist
Studies

Thursday 14:15-15:45
PANEL 4: N ya stra and
its various Dimensions
Tasnim Shakir
Concept of Agika Abhinaya in
the Nayastra and
Meyerhold's Biomechanics

Section : gama and


Tantra

Section 20: Sanskrit and


the IT World

PANEL 2: Sanskrit and


Distance Education

Amrith BHARGAV
Rjatva and Rjadharma Interpreting Sovereignty in
Ancient India

Bhaskar RAY

Akshar Bharati,
Sukhada Sharma, Dipti
M Sharma and Soma
Paul
Anusraka Dependency
Schema from Pinian
Perspective

Sushma SHARMA

Vinaya KSHIRSAGAR
Rituals for the Atharvavedic

Sarita Krishna
SHASTRY

Sulagna MUKHERJEE
Bodhisattva Ideal in
Rabindranath Tagore's
'Muktadhara'
Vipin DWIVEDI
The importance of
Sanskrit in Global World

SESSION

Section 22: Stra, Sm iti


and stra

Andrea SCHLOSSER
Advice for a king rjanti
as documented in an early
manuscript from Gandhra
(part 1)

Lidova Natalia
The Role of Vidaka: Sacral
Laughter in the Nyastra
Tradition

12:45-14:00
LUNCH

Thursday 14:15-15:45

Anil Pratap GIRI


Definition of Kvya
A critical analysis
in the light of NavyaNyya

Narayana DASH

12:45-14:00
LUNCH

Thursday 14:15-15:45

Virendra Kumar
ALANKAR
A Flashlight on the
Sikha Stotras

Gandhi Astha
Translating Karaas into
Odissi Dance: A search for
New Identities

12:45-14:00
LUNCH

Thursday 14:15-15:45

Anagha JOSHI
Eugenic Principles reflected
in Dharmastra

V Girish
CHANDRA
Draupad: The Wise
Teacher in
Kirtrjunyam

Section 18: Sanskrit


Pedagogy

Vrushali POTNISDAMLE
Play of Colours in
Babhaas
Kdambai

Thursday 14:15-15:45

: -

Aruna SHARMA
arvacna shityastryagranthashityabindugatakvyalakaavimara

PANEL 4: N ya stra and


its various Dimensions

K Kabi Khanganba
Automatic
Tiantarpasiddhi Tool:
based on Varadarjas
Laghusiddhntakaumud
Amrith Krishna and
Pawan Goyal
Towards automating the


K Venkatesha
Open & Distance
Learning system for the
promotion of Sanskrit /
Distance mode for
Sanskrit Education Acceptability,
Practicability, &
Possibilities

Talat PRAVEEN
The notion of
harmony in religion
and politics of
Asoka: A Buddhist
perspectives
Toshikazu
WATANABE
Buddhist critiques of
Skhya theories of
purua

Bharadwaj Rishabh
Natyastra and Modern
Indian plays
Gundecha Sangita
Imploying De Theatrical
Techniques for Creating Mrg
forms: Case Study of
Theatrical Practices of Nay
Theatre, Bhopl (Hab b Tanv
r of Chattisgarh); Sopanm
Theatre, Tiruvananthapuram
(Kvlam Nryaa Paikkar
of Kerala) and Chorus

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hymns prescribed by te
Kausikasutra

generation of derivative
nouns in Sanskrit by
simulating Pini

Repertory Theatre, Imphl


(Ratan Thiym of Maipur)

Vishav BANDHU

Tripathi Kamlesh Datta


A Textonomical Study of the
Manuscripts of Nyastra
recently discovered in Nepal

ROOM 11

Section 17: Science and Scientific Literature

Sunday 28th June

15:00-17:30

ROOM 12
Sunday 28th June

Miscellaneous Section
15:00-17:30

Aditya KOLACHANA
Lessons from Ancient Lore: Rights, Duties, Governance

Chakradhar BEHERA
Monkey to man Evolution - in Sanskrti Perspective

Alka TRIVEDI
Sources of The Science of Psychological Treatment in The Bhagwad Gita.

Srikkanth KN
On Appearance of Tmasaklakas in solar disc as mentioned in Bhatsamhit
and probable relation to sunspots and solar flares

Anasuya BHOWMIK
Weaponry in Vastumandana-a treatise on Architecture

SRIVASTAV, Abhineet Kumar


The Scientific Importance of the Seven Colour Rays of the Vedic Sun

Baldev Ram KHANDOLIYAN


Plant Science in Sanskrit Lexicons: A Modern Perspective - With Special
Reference to Amarkoa and Bhvaprak Nighaus

Gulab Kothari
Agni-Soma

Bheemashankar N
How food intake influences mind and its functions

Aparna DHIR
Scientific Observations on Earth in atapatha Brhmaa

ROOM 13

Miscellaneous Section

Sunday 28th June

15:00-17:30

Arun Brahmbhatt
Mata Viidvaita Me? Metaphysics in the Jijsdhikaraa of
Swaminarayan Commentaries
Marta Kudelska
Vedanta philosophy as the fundamental idea of Birla Mandirs project
Ernst Prets
Fragments of Indian Philosophy - Presentation of a Database on Quotations
and Paraphrases from and Allusions to Texts of the Skhya, Nyya, Vaieika,
Mms, and Lokyata Traditions
Prabhat Pandey
The Aesthetic study of ivallrnava in the Saivgama literary tradition
Veenaban Thakkar
The Sahasranama Literature - A Study in Saivism

Monday 29th June

15:00-18:30

Monday 29th June

15:00-18:30

Bhushan KANAGALEKAR
Fourth and fifth root of a number using Aryabhata's method

Chanda Kumari Jha


Socialistic View Of Manu ; with special reference to Varna System and Danda

Bill M. MAK
A new edition of the Yavanajtaka based on the newly discovered manuscripts

Medha Deshpande
THE STATUS OF WOMAN IN VIEW OF MANU

CV MEHTA
Modern Scientific Interpretation of the Sanskrit Texts: Some poins of its
methodology

Shakuntala Gawde
Ptan episode from Bhgavata Pura- Various Interpretations

Devaraja ADIGA P
Rishi, Devata based semantic analyzer and search tool for Rigveda
Dilkhush PATEL
-
Devsinh RATHVA
-

Subadra JAGADESAN
NAPUMSAKA
Savita DEO
The concept of wellbeing: The notions of growth and scientific nature in
relation to Indian Psychology and Sanskrit literature

15:00-18:30

15:00-18:30

Chandra Subhash
Restructuring Meter Rules for Automatic Detection and Analysis of Meter
(chhanda) in Classical Sanskrit Verses
Dilip Loundo
tmanepada as savidhna in Bhartharis Linguistic Ontology
Varalakshmi Kandregula
Penance Groves and Pleasure Gardens in Panchamahakavyas
Raval Rishikesh
A Comparative Study Of Valmiki Ramayana And Jain ramayana
Pryanka Pandey
RJADHARMA IN MAHBHRATA: A MODERN PERSPECTIVE
(WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SHANTI PARVA)

Anjana MEHTA
Psychoanalytic Science and the play Swpanvsavdattam by Bhasa
Dheeraj Prakash JOSHI
Critical analysis of the form of terrorism in the Valmiki's Ramayan

Tuesday 30th June

Monday 29th June

Tuesday 30th June

15:00-18:30

Lourens Minnema
THE BHAGAVADGITA AS A (FRONTIS)PIECE OF TRAGEDY
Usha Kataria
Dr. Rama Kant Shukla- paradigm of Modern Sanskrit literature
Tuesday 30th June 15:00-18:30

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Dilipkumar PATEL
Scientific Value of Suvarntantra Kalp
Dinesh PANTHI
Mathematical Relationship in Buddhist Yoga

Pankaja WAGHMARE
Kautilya on Disaster Management
Dilip Charan
Indian Philosophy and Spiritual Management System

REKHA SHARMA
: :
Mahendra Kumar Mishra

Krishna Kumar A.R.


A Geographical and Modern Scientific View

Sundari Siddhartha
Cameralism in Europe vis--vis Kautilyas Arthasastra and Confuciuss
Analects

Manjula VIRADIYA

MAHESH K
Ayanacalana and geometrical picture of planetary motion (in
Siddhntadarpaa)

Rupali KAVISHWAR
Volume of a Sphere in aryabhatiyam

Rameshwar Dayal SHARMA


: :

Manjula DEVI
Observations on Medical Science in the Vedas - A Study

Sureshbhai Somabhai PATEL


Ecological science in the plays by Kalidas

Jagdish Sharma
fons'kskq Hkkjrh;k la d`fr% la d`ra

OM PRAKASH
Garbhopaniada: Invigorating Modern Human Embryology and Genetics

Pranav Sharma
ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN IN THE VEDAS

Rameshwar Dayal SHARMA


: :

Sita SUNDAR RAM


ASAKRT SAMIKARANA MULTIPLE EQUATIONS IN THE BIJAGANITA OF
BHASKARA

Madan Haloi
Ethical Values in the Mahabharata

Janakisharan Das

Wednesday 1st July 15:00-18:30

Wednesday 1st July 15:00-18:30

Wednesday 1st July 15:00-18:30

Pavan Kumar JHA


A Study on Relationship between Fixed Point and Kutasth Bindu

Pradeep JOSHI
Clues from Vedic Astrology to predict earth quakes

Samniang LEURMSAI
Mahavastu Avadana: The great life of Buddha

Premalatha VENKATASUBRAMANIAN
INCUBATORS OF ANCIENT INDIA

Yamuna Devi
ON SOME ASTROLOGICAL CHARTS - AVAILABLE IN SANSKRIT
LITERATURE

Sombat MANGMEESUKHSIRI
The medicinal plants found in Arogyasala in Thailand

Rajavi OZA and Rucha BRAHMBHATT


Garbhopanishad: A Confluence of Science, Physiology and Spirituality
Rama Kalyani VENKATRAMAN
KUKRA - IROMAI OF DEVARJA
Rumaliben RATHVA

Sanat JOSHI

Niharika Mishra
ACKNOWLEDGING THE MILESTONE DESTINED FOR TRANQUIL
VITALITY IN
SAMANASYAM SUKTA
Sandhya Purthi
The Vedntic Concept of Karma in Liberation in the Light of Prva-Mms
Madhuri Pandey
Theory of Karman and Globalized World

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Pratuang DINNARATNA
Sanskrit loanwords in the historical proper names in Thailand

Rawee JANSONG
Sanskrit Study: A case study of Chiang Mai University

Mawatagama PEMANANDA Thero


"The Teaching of Eight Ganas (Tri-Syllabic Feet) is duly Poetical or Dealing
with Human Life?"

Yogesh Kumar Jain Origin and development of Anekantvada


Theory of "Non-absolutism"
Sanusri Bhattacharya
The Jain Vision and the Future of Humanity

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