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World Congress On Interdisciplinary Innovative Research In Education, Law, Governance, Gender Studies, Humanities and V


23rd to 23rd September 2017
New Delhi, India

Website: http://krishisanskriti.org/congress17.html
Contact person: Dr. G. C. Mishra

Organizer Invites abstracts/research papers for oral/poster presentation in International Conference in Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. All Selected papers will be published in International Journals having ISSN.

Organized by: KrishiSanskriti Publications
Deadline for abstracts/proposals: 16th September 2017


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Centre for Study of Religion and Society (CSRS), India Foundation in association with Nalanda University, Rajgir, Bihar and Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India is organising 4th International Dharma-Dhamma Conference on “State & Social Order in Dharma Dhamma Traditions” from 30thNovember to 2nd December, 2017 at Rajgir, Bihar.


Abstracts are invited on the below mentioned themes. Abstracts and papers may be send in word file (unicode format) to



Last date for submission of abstracts: 30th September, 2017.


Last date for submission of Papers: 5th November, 2017.


About the Conference

Dharma-Dhamma has been a pivotal and pervasive concept and an overriding principle in all dharmic traditions of Asia and the world. They have played a dominant and cardinal role in shaping human modes of thinking and ways of living, covering every facet of human existence and cosmic life in so far as they have been the sustaining, regulating and life-enhancing forces in human cultural ethos.

Dharma-Dhamma has been a foundational tenet in all Indic traditions. The principles like truth and non-violence, peace and harmony, humaneness and spiritual linkages, mutual care and consideration, universal friendship and peaceful co-existence, and attitudes like selflessness, detachment, social service, cosmic wellness etc. have been integral part of Indian cultural ethos. Since India’s remotest past these have been cultivated and reiterated time and again by great seers, sages and thinkers.

In this background Centre for Study of Religion & Society, (CSRS), India Foundation in collaboration with Nalanda University, Rajgir is organizing 4th International Dharma Dhamma Conference on the theme of State and Social Order in Dharma Dhamma Traditions.

The central theme of the conference is the ideal state and just social order based on dharmic principles. Through this conference it is aimed to facilitate crosspollination of ideas and foster harmony at the global level. In the present era of globalization it is all the more needed to integrate the world through the common bond of Dharma-Dhamma which provides strong thread of interconnectedness. Thus, the conference seeks to explore the shared values of the dharmic traditions, which may provide the guiding light to the troubled world today.

The deliberations in the conference will focus on benevolent State, Governance and integral social order. This would comprise Dharma-Dhamma-centric political and social order for universal peace, harmony, justice and prosperity. All relevant social and political issues will be the subject matter of the conference from intra and inter cultural perspectives.


1)  State and Governance in Dharma Traditions

2)  Social Order in Dharma Traditions

3)  State in Dhamma Traditions

4)  Social Order in Dhamma Traditions

5)  Ecology & Environmental Consciousness in Dharma Dhamma Traditions

6)  Peace & Conflict in Dharma Dhamma Traditions

7) Dharma Dhamma Traditions in Gandhi, Ambedkar, Lohia and Deen Dayal Upadhayay

8) Idea of Rashtra (Nation) in Dharma Dhamma Traditions

Thanks and regards,

Guru Prakash

Senior Research Fellow & Project Head, India Foundation

Haryana Sanskrit Academy, Panchkula
Sanatan Dharma College (Lahore), Ambala Cantt.
(Under the VedaVyaasa Restructuring Sanskrit Scheme)
One Day interdisciplinary National workshop cum panel discussion
Critique of Form & Essence of Sanskrit-Shastras & Their Applications
संस्कृत-शास्त्रों का रूप एवं सार तथा उनके प्रयोगात्मक व्यवहार की मीमांसा
Organized by – SDHR&T Center, Departments of Sanskrit, Physical Education, Home Science, physics, Zoology, Botany, Economics, History, Comp Science,  Mass Communication, Hindi, Punjabi, Central library, NCC
Date – 23 September, 2017, Saturday, Time – 09.30 a.m.
Place – Seminar Hall, S D College, Ambala Cantt.


Dear Sir/ Madam …………………………………… ,
अहं बद्धो विमुक्तः स्यामिति यस्यास्ति निश्चयः।
नात्यन्तमज्ञो नो तज्ज्ञः सोऽस्मिंशास्त्रेऽधिकारवान्।।
योगवासिष्ठ,१-२-२ “जो व्यक्ति स्वयं को आबद्ध मानता है और बन्धन से मुक्त होने के लिए कृत-संकल्प है वह न तो इस विषय में अज्ञानी है और न ही उसका पूर्ण ज्ञान रखता है, वह व्यक्ति ही इस शास्त्र में प्रवेश पाने का अधिकारी है।“
Part 1- एक समय था जब भारत के सामन्यजन में भी ’शास्त्र’ शब्द की बहुत प्रतिष्ठा थी। धीरे धीरे उस शब्द का अर्थ लोक में संकुचित होता गया। कारण, बाहरी भीतरी जो भी रहे हों, हमारी जीवन शैली में परिवर्तन की बयार आने से जीवन का प्रत्येक यथार्थ शास्त्र-प्रेरित होने की बजाए बुद्धिसंगत, तर्कसंगत एवम् रुचिसंगत होता चला गया है। अब इस जीवन-पद्धति के अन्दर आने वाली विसंगतियों एवम् विषमताओं के उग्र रूप के आगे मनुष्य को नतमस्तक देख कर फ़िर से शास्त्रोन्मुखिता की वृत्ति का आकलन करने का मन बनाने को अनुचित नहीं कहा जा सकता। शास्त्र के अपने अन्ध अनुकरण को शास्त्र स्वयं रोकता रहा है “केवलं शास्त्रमाश्रित्य न कर्तव्यो विनिर्णयः। युक्तिहीने विचारे तु धर्महानिः प्रजायते॥“ किन्तु फिर भी हमारे अपने ही लोग शास्त्रविमुख होते जा रहे हों तो हमें उनके साथ बैठ कर शास्त्र की सार्वकालिक और सार्वभौमिक उपयोगिता पर विचार तो करना ही होगा । श्रीमद्भगवद्गीता में सर्वाग्रणी श्रीकृष्ण ने अर्जुन को सम्मोह में पड़ा देख कर उसे कहा कि शास्त्र की शरण में जाना चाहिए – “तस्मात् शास्त्रं प्रमाणं ते कार्याकार्यव्यवस्थितौ ।” हितोपदेश के उपोद्घात में ही बालकों के लिए ग्रन्थकार ने शास्त्र की उपयोगिता बताते हुए उसे मनुष्यों का तीसरा नेत्र कह दिया – “ अनेकसंशयोच्छेदी परोक्षार्थस्य दर्शकम्। सर्वस्य लोचनं शास्त्रं यस्य नास्त्यन्ध एव सः॥“ ऐसे ही देवीभागवत पुराण में मनुष्यों की सभी सकारात्मक प्रवॄत्तियों को अग्रसर करने वाला तथा निषेधात्मक प्रवृत्तियों को नियमित करने वाला एकमात्र शास्त्र को ही मानते हुए कहा गया है कि – “प्रवृत्तिर्वा निवृत्तिर्वा कृतकेन नियमेन वा। पुंसां येनोपदिश्येत् तत् शास्त्रमभिधीयते॥“
ऐसे विषय के यथार्थ सत्य का आकलन वा विमर्श को अग्रसर करने के लिए, विस्तार से मन्थन करने के लिए आपकी सहभागिता स्वागत योग्य है।
Part 2 – Sanskrit word Shaastra (शास्त्र) means “precept, rules, manual, compendium, book or treatise” in a general sense. The word is generally used as a suffix in the Indian literature context, for technical or specialized knowledge in a defined area of practice. It is in this sense that Shaastra has a similar meaning to English -logy, e.g. ecology, psychology, meaning scientific and basic knowledge on particular subject. Examples in terms of modern neologisms include bhautika-shaastra “physics”, Rasayan-Shaastra “chemistry”,  jīva-shaastra  “biology”,  Vaastu-Shastra “architectural science”, Shilpa-Shaastra “science of mechanical arts and sculpture”, artha-shaastra “science of politics, economics” and niti-shaastra” compendium of ethics or right policy”.
“Shaastra” commonly refers to a treatise or text on a specific field of knowledge. In early Vedic literature, the word referred to any precept, rule, teaching, ritual instruction or direction. In late and post Vedic literature, Shaastra referred to any treatise, book or instrument of teaching, any manual or compendium on any subject in any field of knowledge, including religious. It is often a suffix, added to the subject of the treatise, such as Yoga- Shaastra, Nyaaya-Shaastra, Dharma-Shaastra, Kaama-Shaastra, Moksha-Shastra, Artaha-Shaastra, Alamkara-Shaastra (rhetoric), Kavya-Shastra (poetics),  Sangeet-Shaastra (music) , Naatya-Shaastra (theatre & dance) and others. In Buddhism, a “shastra” is often a commentary written at a later date to explain an earlier scripture or Sutra. Buddhists are allowed to offer their theses as long as they are consistent with the Sutras, and those are called “Shaastras.” In Jainism, the term means the same as in Hinduism. An example of Jaina Shaastra is the 12th-century Yoga Shaastra of Hemchandracharya. Shaastra is sometimes the root of compounded Sanskrit words. A custodian of Shastra, for example, is called शास्त्रज्ञ.
The term is found in several passages of the Rigveda, such as नहि षस्तव नो मम शास्त्रे अन्यस्य रण्यति । यो अस्मान्वीर आनयत् ॥१६॥ – Rigveda 8.33.16. In this mantra, the term means rule or instruction. The Maitri Upanishad similarly, mentions the materialist Chaarvaakas and Brihaspati who disagreed that the Vedas and they created a treatise of knowledge, proposing relativism instead, in the following passage: बृहस्पतिर्वै शुक्रो भूत्वेन्द्रस्याभयायासुरेभ्यः क्षयायेमामविद्यामसृजत। तया शिवमशिवमित्युद्दिशन्त्यशिवं शिवमिति वेदादिशास्त्रहिंसकधर्मा -भिध्यानमस्त्विति। – Maitraayani Upanishad 7.9. The term is found in other Upanishads as well as in BhagvatGitaa such as in verses 15.20, 16.23 16.24, and 17.1. “इति गुह्यतमं शास्त्रमिदमुक्तं मयानघ । एतद्बुद्ध्वा बुद्धिमा -न्स्यात्कृतकृत्यश्च भारत” ॥१५-२०॥ The  Rigveda-prātiśākhya (11.36; 14.30) uses the term Shaastra to refer to the praatishaakhya tradition.  Kaatyaayana,  Patanjali  and  Paanini’s  Ashtaadhyaayi use the term. Similarly, the Vedaanga-jyotisha uses the term to refer to astronomical treatises. The term vedaanga- shaastram, refers to the shastra of the Vedaangas. The term “Shaastra” is also found in yaaska’s Nirukta (1.2, 14), where the reference is to Nirukta (etymology). An early use of the term Shaastra with reference to the literature on dharma is found in the vaarttika of Kaatyaayana, who uses the expression dharmashaastra.
Shaastras are predominantly post-Vedic literature. However, it is unclear when various Shaastras were composed and completed. The authenticity of the manuscripts is also unclear, as many versions of the same text exist, some with major differences. But the fact remains that Shaastrik literature of late 1st millennium BCE such as Arthashastra and Shastras of various fields of knowledge from the early 1st millennium period is of great interest as it helped the emergence of diverse schools of thoughts and practices in India and outside India.
These shaastras are both descriptive and prescriptive. Among the various Shaastras, Manu’s code of law has been among the most studied as the colonial British government attempted to establish different laws in British India based on Sharia for Muslims and Manu’s code of law for all non-Muslims. All the shaastras are not consistent or a single consensus documents. Dharma-shaastras, for example, contain opposing views and contradictory theories. This is in part because they represent an ideal of human 2ehavior, while at the same time recognizing the need to account for likely failings. The shaastras do not present life as it was lived. Rather they reveal an idea of what life should be, seen from a Brahmin perspective. The shaastra texts constitute one of the great bodies of literature of the ancient world.
Sutras (literally “binding thread”) are another genre of Indian texts; denote a distinct type of literary composition from Shaastra. In Sanskrit, “sutra” typically referred to one or more aphorisms; hence sutras use short, aphoristic, evocative statements. In contrast, a Shaastra is typically longer, with more details and explanations. An example of a Sutra is Patamjali’s YogaSutras, while an example of Shaastra is Hemchandra’s Yogashaastra, both on Yoga-Shaastras and Sutras are among the numerous other genres of Sanskrit literature that has not only survived till date but also influenced the mindset of Indian Society.
Part 3 – Following 4 slides clarify our perception about the above said topic. Though slide-1 raises questions which concern all scholars, intellectuals and queries need to be understood in the context of Sanskrit Shaastras and Indian tradition of knowledge. Slides -2, 3 show fundamental approach to the above said topic. Slide 4 shows our limited understanding & perception about the Sanskrit shaastras. It is because of the 4th slide that we invite your good-self to share your scholarship, perceptions, ideas, criticism as per the given schedule.


(Convener of the seminar unconditionally & gratefully acknowledges the contributions of Scholars, books, websites for their ideas, sentences, words that have been borrowed for writing this idea of seminar.)

Form, essence & applications of sub-topics/ उपविषयों के सार, रूप और व्यावहारिक प्रयोग –
1. शास्त्र, ग्रन्थ और लोक के सम्बन्ध का स्पष्टीकरण
2. पञ्चमहाभूत -शास्त्र, देहेन्द्रिय- शास्त्र, अन्तःकरण –शास्त्र, ज्ञान-प्रबन्धन –शास्त्र, संस्कृत व्याकरण-शास्त्राधारित अल्गोरिद्म और आर्टिफ़िशल इण्टेलिजेन्स, आलोचनात्मक-चिन्तन-शास्त्र, इतिहास-पुरातत्त्व- शास्त्र, पाक-शास्त्र/ गृह-विज्ञान-शास्त्र, ज्योतिष-शास्त्र एवम् वास्तु-शास्त्र, आयुर्वेद-शास्त्र, संगीत-शास्त्र, रसायन-शास्त्र, प्राणिशास्त्र, योग-शास्त्र, चेतना/ चित्-शास्त्र, धर्म-शास्त्र एवम् संविधान, राज-धर्म-शास्त्र, मानवाधिकार-शास्त्र
You can any choose any other relevant topic as per your commitment/ interest.

P.S. – 1. No T.A./ D.A. is admissible and no stay arrangements possible.
2. Please reach latest by 9.15 a.m. so that discussions be initiated at proper time and time for presentation be given to every participant.
3. Since it is workshop so bring only succinct notes to share with other scholars.

With deep Regards,

Ashutosh Angiras Dr. Someshwar Dutt Dr. Rajinder Singh
Convener Director Principal
09464558667 Haryana Sanskrit Academy S.D. College (Lahore)
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Dr. Uma Sharma, Associate Professor, Department of Sanskrit,
Dr. Sunil Sharma, Head, Department of Physics
Prof. Kamlesh Singh, Head, Department of Home Science
Dr. (Capt.) Vijay Sharma, Head & ANO, Department of Hindi & NCC,
Dr. Divyaa Jain Head, Department of Botany
Dr. Paramajeet Kaur, Head, Department of Music (Instrumental)
Dr, Shashi Rana, Head, Department of Physical Education
Dr Madhu Sharma, Head, Department of Music (Vocal)
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Prof. Amandeep Mehta, Head, Department of Computer Science
Prof. Meenakshi, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science
Dr. Madan Rathi, Head, Department of History
Sh. Piyush Aggarwal, Sanskrit Teacher, Govt. Sr. Sec. School, Sector 28, Chandigarh
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