हरियाणा ग्रंथ अकादमी, पंचकूला एवम् सनातन धर्म कॉलेज, अम्बाला छावनी द्वारा आयोजित एक दिवसीय अन्तर्वैषयिक राष्ट्रीय संगोष्ठी एवम् कार्यशाला
“21वीं शताब्दी में भारतीय ज्ञान परम्परा का परिभाषिकीरण”

दिनांक – 07 फरवरी, 2023, मंगलवार, समय: 09:30 से 2:30 बजे तक, स्थान: सेमिनार हॉल
आदरणीय महोदय,
उपरोक्त विषय पर चर्चा करने के लिए आप सादर आमंत्रित है। आपकी रुचि एवम् निष्ठा यदि ज्ञान और उसके विविध पक्षों – आज्ञान, संज्ञान, विज्ञान एवं प्रज्ञान में है तो हमें आपका स्वागत करते हुए विशेष प्रसन्नता होगी।
वर्तमान कालिक नई शिक्षा नीति के संदर्भ में और विश्वविद्यालय अनुदान आयोग के नए दिशा निर्देशों में भारतीय ज्ञान परम्परा के विषय पर बहुत अधिक बल दिया गया है। लेकिन यह भारतीय ज्ञान परम्परा क्या है या आप भारतीय ज्ञान परम्परा से आप क्या समझते हैं? और इसका सार क्या है? इसके तत्व कौन कौन से हैं। और इसकी विषय सामग्री क्या है? और इसकी संगतता और उपयोगिता क्या है, ज्ञान परम्परा के शास्त्रीय एवम् लोक पक्ष का पारस्परिक सम्बन्ध कैसा और क्या है, इसकी शब्दावली, अवधारणाएँ, परिभाषाएँ और व्य्वस्थाएँ क्या हैं – ये ऐसे विषय है जिन पर चर्चा करना इस संगोष्ठी का मुख्य उद्देश्य है। भारतीय ज्ञान परंपरा को हम दो समानान्तर धाराओं के बीच में परिभाषित करना है – एक धारा है संविधान की और दूसरी धारा है उद्योग और व्यापार की। दोनों धाराओं के मध्य में भारतीय ज्ञान परम्परा को परिभाषित कर सुप्रतिष्ठित करने के लिए आपके ज्ञान, अनुभव और दृष्टि की हमें सादर अपेक्षा है।
खुली चर्चा के सत्र में आप अपना शोध-पत्र और पक्ष रख सकते हैं।

आपके द्वारा समालोचनार्थ भारतीय ज्ञान परम्परा को परिभाषित करते हुए संस्कृत विभाग द्वारा निम्नलिखित सूत्र प्रस्तुत हैं – Following are the outlines of form & essence of Indian Knowledge System for your valuable criticism-

  1. IKS (Indian knowledge system) is fundamentally seekers’/ inquirers’ system not of believers.
  2. IKS realized the most basic truth — एकं सद् विप्राः बहुधा वदन्ति” and underlying motivation is ’सर्वभूतहिते रतः’ so they reiterate ’वसुधैव कुटुम्बकम्’. No revealed or prophet-oriented religion ever does so or can even afford so.
  3. Fundamentally IKS amount to be non-religious in the sense that they are prophet-less, book-less, temple-less.
  4. IKS seeks the autonomy of man through the agency of karma(कर्म).
  5. IKS believes in the celebration of life and to them death is not the end of life but is only a necessary stage to be able to renew life again and again until one is liberated.
  6. IKS has complete and infallible concept of history and hero. This concept is based on a dialectical conflict between Dharma (धर्म)and Adharma(अधर्म) and this conflict resolves in a synthesis of Brahma- Gyaan(ब्रह्म-ज्ञान).
  7. IKS has its own cosmology(ब्रह्माण्ड-विज्ञान) running into billions of years.
  8. Here theory, as a rule, comes before practice in all spheres of human endeavor e.g. knowledge came before form, grammar came before language, poetics came before poetry and principles of dramaturgy came before drama. What it means is that in Dharma-Shastras time also appears to move backward — a phenomenon being accepted as possible by study of sub-atomic physics.
  9. IKS grants even to ordinary man total intellectual freedom(स्वतन्त्रता) but then in the social and moral fields, they impose all kinds of checks and balances on the individuals.
  10. IKS allows maximum freedom to think or philosophize.
  11. IKS lays great emphasis on knowledge and unity of all knowledge.
  12. IKS fundamentally divides humanity into two parts — (i) those that believe in the cyclic time-frame and (ii) those that believe in the linear time-frame. The underlying idea seems to be like this — which the followers of these timeframes are constantly at loggerhead with each other, which may be known as “Devasur –sangraam”(देवासुर-संग्राम)
  13. Right in the beginning of time IKS gave birth to a scientific sociology i.e. four folds varna-Dharma(वर्ण-धर्म) and ashram-dharma(आश्रम-धर्म). In fact it stands against the linear sociology that gives birth to economic man who is tied up in different classes.
  14. IKS is not expansionist in their group thrust. They neither convert nor ex-communicate or persecute on the basis of religion.
  15. IKS accords nature the status of a manifest deity(देव). That is why worship of Mother Nature is so much fundamental to Bhartiya.
  16. They believe truth in the world of affairs to be relative and, therefore has no absolute concept of merit or sin, good or bad- ’सत्यं ब्रूयात् प्रियं सत्यं ब्रूयात्’
  17. They accord more equal status to women and places them before their men even in general order of precedence — “wherever are the women worshipped, the deities come to reside there. (नार्यस्तु पूज्यन्ते रमन्ते तत्र देवता)”
  18. They understand that every man on earth takes birth with his “स्वधर्म’ which includes swabhava(स्वभाव),karam(कर्म) or to say- “jaati, aayu, karma and bhog. (जाति, आयु, कर्म, भोग)” The word “स्वधर्म” is all inclusive.
  19. IKS has no concept of original sin. Even sex or Kaama(काम) has been granted a status of legitimate means of liberation.
  20. IKS appears to be atheistic because of four cardinal Sutras(सूत्र) or aphorisms i.e. (i) I am Brahman,अहं ब्रह्मास्मि (ii) You are the same as He, तत्त्वमसि(iii) the entire manifest world is Brahman, सर्वं खल्विदं ब्रह्मand (iv) knowledge or truth is Brahman. ज्ञानं ब्रह्म
  21. As per IKS, most of the venerated thinkers or priests (पुरोहित) have to be living humbly and without wealth so that they should not suffer from conceit or arrogance.
  22. As per IKS, experience and intuition scores over observation and experiment but that does not mean that IKS disciplines were not interested in science. The point is that there are two kinds of sciences – (i) exploratory (जिज्ञासितव्यम्) and (ii) revelatory or intuitive (प्रातिभ) and both are equally valid.
  23. IKS upholds the primacy of the voice of conscience and that explains why IKS has in its fold saints, sinners, atheists, agnostics, hedonists, materialists, thinkers, scientists, pagans — all living together with equal ease and freedom. Strangely IKS disciplines have no concept or laws of blasphemy.
  24. The system of IKS disciplines is such that all forms of worship from ostentatious to the ordinary are both permitted and valid but from the point of view of merit, it is intensity of religious experience gained that gets precedence over the rest.
  25. सभी योग्य शोध पत्रों को हरियाणा ग्रन्थ अकादमी द्वारा यथा समय प्रकाशित किया जाएगा। शोधपत्र भारतीय ज्ञान परम्परा के किसी भी पक्ष या किसी भी विषय – कला, साहित्य, समाजविज्ञान, विज्ञान, प्रबन्धन या वाणिज्य आदि से सम्बन्धित हो सकता है लेकिन शोध-पत्र लिखते हुए संगतता, उपयोगिता और प्रयोगपरकता के मानदण्ड को अवश्य ध्यान में रखना होगा। शोधपत्र की भाषा हिन्दी होगी।
  26. शोधपत्र इस ई-मेल पर प्रेषित करें – sdhdrtc@sdcollegeambala.ac.in
  27. समय का अनुपालन अनिवार्य है।
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ICPR Sponsored Periodical Lecture
Two-Day International Seminar
Basic values embodied in Indian culture and their relevance to the contemporary society

Date: 16th – 17th February 2023


Department of Sanskrit
Department of Philosophy

Debra Thana Sahid Kshudiram Smriti Mahavidyalaya
[Accredited by NAAC with Grade “A”]
Rabindra Sabhagriha
Debra Thana Sahid Kshudiram Smriti Mahavidyalaya
Gangaramchak, Chakshyampur, Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal

About the College
Debra Thana Sahid Kshudiram Smriti Mahavidyalaya was established in 2006 with the motto ‘education, enlightenment, and character’. Its chief objective is to kindle a light in the darkness of mere being. Named after the famous Bengali revolutionary Kshudiram Bose (1889 – 1908), the College has committed itself to the goal of providing quality education to the students who are generally coming from a relatively backward region. A majority of our students are not only economically backward but are also first-generation learners. Apart from imparting formal education, emphasis is given to extracurricular activities also. We believe that our students are a storehouse of talents. A lot of activities are arranged throughout the year to polish and nurture them. Our dedicated faculty members attempt wholeheartedly to inspire the students. Our College is one of the colleges affiliated to Vidyasagar University offering under-graduate fourteen Honours and four General Courses in Science and Arts, two Professional Courses (BCA & BMLT), one Vocational Course in Automobiles (B.Voc), and one Post Graduate course in English. It has been continuously striving to meet the emerging needs and challenges of education.

Eminent Speakers:

Prof. (Dr.) Raghunath Ghosh
Emeritus Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of North Bengal, Darjeeling and Former Emeritus Fellow of ICPR.

Prof. (Dr.) Bishnupada Mahapatra
Professor, Department of Nyaya, Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri National Sanskrit University, New Delhi.

Prof. (Dr.) Balaganapathi Devarakonda
Professor of ICCR Chair for Indology, The University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica, Department of Language, Linguistics & Philosophy.

Prof. (Dr.) Laxmikanta Padhi
Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of North Bengal, Darjeeling.

Prof. (Dr.) Dipayan Pattanayak
Professor, Department of Philosophy, Jadavpur University, Kolkata.

In the culture of any society, there are values upon which its identity rests. Actions of social institutions and individuals focus upon them. They unite what is fragmented and universalize what is individual and temporary. Such values are called central or core values of a society. They determine the quality of a given society and its cultural specificity. Each new generation enters the heritage of previous generations and adds something new to it but in compliance with the values that have already been provided. Material products and behaviour are subject to constant change but values that are the basis for their formation remain and continue to stimulate new actions. The seminar aims to explore the core values embedded in Indian culture – how it remains creative and open to new challenges and alert to the signs of the times. In other words, the seminar will seek to analyze how fidelity to roots helps us to create an organic synthesis of perennial values, confirmed so often in history, and the challenges of today’s world.
Values and ethics in education.
Traditional Indian values and their relevance in society.
Values and politics in Indian society.
Environmental values in Indian culture.
Philosophy and spirituality.
“Dharma” and ways of worship.
Indian literature and morals.
Religion, history & heritage of India to develop morality and spirituality.
Indian culture: Past, present, and future approach.
The above identified sub-themes are only illustrative. Participants may select any related topics covered under the main theme.
Objectives of the Seminar:
To analyze the importance of Indian culture and its relevance to contemporary society.
To highlight the human values in the present situation.
To enrich and enhance the knowledge of students, scholars, and academicians through interaction with each other about the essence of dharma and duty in social life and of classical literature and culture.
Seminar Languages: Bengali, Sanskrit, and English.

Call for Papers:
The seminar invites original and unpublished research papers for presentation from teachers, academicians, research scholars, and students. Research papers shall be subject to approval. All research papers shall be subject to the scrutiny of anti-plagiarism software. Selected papers may be published in an edited book with ISBN.

Guidelines for Submission of Abstract and Paper:
Interested participants are requested to send an abstract of 300 words within 4th February 2023. Notification of acceptance or rejection of the abstract will be sent to you within 8th February via email. The abstract should be a summary of the research and is expected to meet the academic standards. On acceptance of the abstract, the author will be required to send in the full paper within 12th February 2023. Abstract and full paper should be submitted via email as an attachment in Microsoft Word format and PDF format. Do not use abbreviations in the title. All abstracts and papers shall be arranged as:
Title of the paper: Bold
Author’s name and designation along with the institution’s name
Keywords: 4 to 8.
Text: English (Times New Roman, font size 12)
Bengali (Avro Keyboard / Amar Bangla, font size 14)
Sanskrit (Arial Unicode MS/Kokila/Mangal, font size 12)
Line space: 1.5 spaces.
Margins: 1.5 inch (2.5cm) all sides, Justified.
Word limit: Maximum 300 words for abstract and maximum 5000 words for the full paper.

Reference Style:
All references must be in the APA Format.
All submissions, abstract and paper, should be sent to: seminar.dtsksm@gmail.com

Important Dates
Last date for abstract submission: 04.02.2023
Intimation of Acceptance of Abstract: 08.02.2023
Date of Submission of full paper: 12.02.2023

Registration Process:
Submission of abstract; notification of acceptance; invitation to register; payment of registration. However, a person intending to participate without a research paper can register directly by paying fee and submitting the Registration Form. Last date for Registration: 12.02.2023

Registration Link: https://forms.gle/5Mb8e99tSwpf6Yg68

Click on the link to join WhatsApp Group: https://chat.whatsapp.com/BoXRlwmjpzvJwOA0iQuLzd

Details of Registration Fees:
On acceptance of the abstract, the author and participant have to pay the relevant registration fee.

For Research Scholars (Ph.D./M.Phil.): 500 /-
Teachers/Academicians/Freelancers and Activists: 800/-

NOTE: Certificates for All the Register Participants
Methods of Payment: Registration fee can be deposited in the college account by Cash/ DD/ NEFT.
Online Registration through Bank Details: Name: Principal, Debra Thana Sahid Kshudiram Smriti Mahavidyalaya, Account No.: 11360261267, IFSC: SBIN0003647, Bank: State Bank of India, Branch: Debra ADB

Organizing Committee:

Chief patron:
Dr. Humayun Kabir, President, Governing Body, Debra Thana Sahid Kshudiram Smriti Mahavidyalaya
Dr. Rupa Dasgupta, Principal, Debra Thana Sahid Kshudiram Smriti Mahavidyalaya
Dr. Arpita Tripathy, Assistant Professor & Head, Department of Sanskrit, Debra Thana S.K. S. Mahavidyalaya
Koyel Ghosh, Assistant Professor & Head, Department of Philosophy, Debra Thana S.K. S. Mahavidyalaya
Co- Conveners:
Dr. Pankoj Kanti Sarkar, IQAC Jt. Coordinator, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Debra Thana S.K.S. Mahavidyalaya
Dr. Gobinda Das, Assistant Professor, Department of Sanskrit, Debra Thana S.K.S. Mahavidyalaya
Sanjit Kr. Mondal, SACT, Department of Philosophy, Debra Thana S.K.S. Mahavidyalaya.
Sampa De, SACT, Department of Philosophy, Debra Thana S.K.S. Mahavidyalaya.
Koushik Jana, SACT, Department of Philosophy, Debra Thana S.K.S. Mahavidyalaya.
Soma Mishra, SACT, Department of Sanskrit, Debra Thana S.K.S. Mahavidyalaya.
Sanjay Goswami, SACT, Department of Sanskrit, Debra Thana S.K.S. Mahavidyalaya.
Debdulal Mana, SACT, Department of Sanskrit, Debra Thana S.K.S. Mahavidyalaya.
Rajib Kr. Maity, SACT, Department of Sanskrit, Debra Thana S.K.S. Mahavidyalaya.

Advisory Committee:
Saikat Chakrabarti, IQAC Coordinator, Assistant Professor & Head, Department of History, Debra Thana S.K.S. Mahavidyalaya.
Sk Sarfaraj Ali, Assistant Professor & Head, Department of Chemistry, Debra Thana S.K.S. Mahavidyalaya.
Soumya Kanti Hota, Assistant Professor & Head, Department of Mathematics, Debra Thana S.K.S. Mahavidyalaya
Partha Pratim Pramanik, Assistant Professor & Head, Department of Geography, Debra Thana S.K.S. Mahavidyalaya

For any other information Please call or mail to:
Dr. Arpita Tripathy, Mob-8927589032, Email-arpitaxy@gmail.com
Koyel Ghosh, Mob- 9831657453, Email- jhumur.ghosh555@gmail.com
Dr. Pankoj Kanti Sarkar, Mob-8637572670, Email-pankoj.kanti@gmail.com
Dr. Gobinda Das, Mob- 8768145379, Email- dasgobinda064@gmail.com

N.B: No T.A and Hospitality will be provided.
The registered participants will be provided with free seminar kit, lunch, tea/coffee at the venue. Accommodation for the outstation participants can be arranged at their own coast. Those interested in accommodation on payment basis may send their request in advance.

We are going to publish An edited book on:- 

“श्रीमद्भागवद्गीता में भक्ति एवं योग की महिमा “

“Greatness of Bhakti and Yoga in Śrimad Bhagavadgītā”


1-भक्ति योग का महत्त्व 

Importance of Bhakti Yoga

2-हिन्दू धर्म में भक्ति योग 

Bhakti Yoga in Hinduism

3-भक्ति योग के प्रकार 

Types of Bhakti Yoga

4-भक्ति और ज्ञान योग 

Bhakti and Gyaan Yoga 

5-परा-अपरा भक्ति 

Materialistic Knowledge 

6-भक्ति के द्वारा आत्म-प्रबन्धन 

Self Managment through Bhakti 

7-भक्ति गीता में समत्व दर्शन का संदेश

Message of Equanimity in Śrimad Bhagavadgītā

8-गीता में भक्ति योग की संकल्पना

Concept of Bhakti Yoga in Śrimad Bhagavadgītā

9-भक्ति गीता एवं सांख्य योग दर्शन

Bhakti Yoga and Samkhya Yoga Philosophy

10-संस्कृत साहित्य में भक्ति योग की अवधारणा

Concept of Bhakti Yoga in Sanskrit Literature 

It will be published by a well reputed National  Publisher with ISBN Number.

 Faculty members/Research students can send their Research paper/Chapter/ on the above mentioned topic. 

 However it is just a broad theme,You can send your Research Paper/Chapter on any related topic. It should be in Sanskrit/Hindi/English.

There isn’t any word limit. You can write your research paper without the hassle of counting words. 

Publication fee:-

It depends on how many hard-copies of the book you want .For each copy you need to send ₹ 800/Copy.  

The book is guaranteed to be published by March 2023.

Last date of submission – 15 February 2023

We require research paper in MS word  and it must be in Kruti dev 10 for Hindi/Sanskrit.

Times new Roman 12 for English.

For more information contact to:

Dr suman kumari,

Dr R.M.A.S Sanskrit College Malighat,Muzaffarpur,Bihar


Contact no-9852952966

Book Co-ordinator- 9631017089

(If possible, please contact Book Co-ordinator on WhatsApp).

Thanks and regards

Dr Suman Kumari 



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