मंगलवार, 2 अक्तूबर 2018
बुधवार, 23 दिसंबर 2015
Since ancient times India is a place of tradition of saints, rishis, gurus and religious traditions. There are several religious sects, philosophies, traditions etc. which emphasis on different types of ideologies which developed here time to time. Six orthodox systems, three heterodox systems and several traditions of Vedanta tradition played an important role in imparting religious, philosophical teachings in this region. Various devotional poets, religious mendicants, renowned men and women of spirituality, and local holy men and women wear no religious tags, and their teachings and lives continue to be an example to the common realm of humanity. Beside this several social revolutionary or social thinkers spread their ideas for social, religious, educational changes in the society. Within them Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Jyotiba Phule, Mahatma Gandhi, Rabindranath Tagore, Swami Dayanand, Swami Vivekananda, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, S. Radhakrishnan, Raman Maharishi etc. Swami Brahmananda Saraswati is one from the religious-Vedanta tradition who contributed through his religious teachings and social activities. Here we will study his basic ideas which are important for our society and nation.
ü “Positive Philosophy of Swami Brahmananda Saraswati” in Darshan Jyoti: Refereed Annual Philosophical Research Journal, Year 05, No.01, September, 2015-August-2016, pp. 124-130 (ISSN: 2249-1196).
बुधवार, 2 जुलाई 2014
Prof. (Dr.) Sohan Raj Tater (b. 1947) is former Vice Chancellor, Singhania University, Pacheri Bari (Jhunjhunu), Rajasthan and former Adviser, Jain Vishva Bharati University, Ladnun (Raj.). He is Emeritus Professor in Trinity World University (U.K.), NAIU (U.S.A.),Jagannath University(Bangladesh), Jodhpur National, JJTU and Singhania University. He is registered Research Supervisor in Abroad and Indian Universities in subjects – Philosophy, Yoga and Education. 25 Scholars have already been awarded Ph.D. in his supervision. Earlier he served in Public Health Engineering Department, Government of Rajasthan, for 30 years and took voluntary retirement from the post of Superintending Engineer. He is Associate member, Patron, Fellow and Life member in various Academic/Social institutes in India and Abroad. He has traveled abroad- U.S.A.,U.K.,Japan, Germany, South Korea, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan countries. A well-known scholar Prof. (Dr.) Sohan Raj Tater has written and got published 75 books and 15 books are under publication in his subjects – Philosophy, Yoga and Education. Besides this his more than 70 Research papers published in National and International journals of repute. Also, he has participated in more than 60 seminars, conferences, workshops, symposias and Endowment Lectures in India and Abroad. He has been awarded with Indira Gandhi Rastriya Akta Award, Samaj Bhushan, Yuvak Ratna, Indo- Nepal Harmony, Bharat Excellence Award, Jain Gyan Vigyan Manishi, Samaj Ratna, Maharshi Patanjali International Award, Indo- Bhutan, Vidhya Bhushan, Naturopathy Ratna and Yoga Ratna National awards.
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बुधवार, 19 मार्च 2014
I have visited the Central Library of University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. I found the following books in philosophy section of the library:
1. K.L.Sharma , ed. (1984) Philosophy , Society and Action (Essays in honour of Prof. Daya Krishna), Aalekh Publishers, Manmohan Building M.I.Road, Jaipur.
2. Krishna Rani Gupta (2012) Women and Philosophy, Rajat Publication.
3. P.George Victor, ed. (2002) Social Relevance of Philosophy, D.K.Printworld, New Delhi.
4. Nigel Tubbs (2005) Philosophy of the Teacher, Blackwell.
5. H.M. Joshi (1969) Nature of Mind-A Philosophico-Psychological Study, Saurashtra University, Rajkot.
6. Mahendra Chaturvedi (2012) Philosophy of Mind, DPS Publishing House, New Delhi.
7. Raghwendra Pratap Singh (2008) Consciousness: Indian and Western Perspectives, Atlantic Publishers (Pvt.) Ltd.
8. Carol J. Snaith (2007) Challenges of Higher Education, Ritu Publishers (Pvt.) Ltd.
9. Dakshina Ranjan Shastri (1967) Charvaka Philosophy, Purogami Prakashanam, Calcutta.
10. Benulal Dhar (2008) Phenomenological Ethics, Rawat Publications.
1. Lakshami Narayana Sharma (2011) Charvaka Darshanam, Hansa Prakshan, Jaipur.
2. Vidhyasagar Singh (2010) Charvaka and Hume, Ed. Sohan Raj Tater, Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur. (email@example.com).
3. Deve Kumar Yadav, ed. (2009) Bhartiya Darshan mein Manavtavadi Avdharna, Raka Prakshan, Allahabad.
4. D.R.Jatav, ed. (2004) Dr. Ambedkar: Ek Prakhar Vidrohi, A B D Publishers, Jaipur (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Desh Raj Sirswal
मंगलवार, 4 फ़रवरी 2014
PHILOSOPHY HARMONY CHAIR: Scholars and Research Topics:
1. Ms. Rajinder Kaur, M.A., M.Ed., M.Phil. Title : An Investigation into the Philosophical Ideas of Sri Nagraj and Aurobindo in to Context of Harmony: A Comparative Study.
2. Dr. K. Victor Babu, Ph.D., Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam. Title :A Study of Ethical Foundation of Human Societies in Relation to Existential Harmony and Co-existence.
3. Ms. Punam Migani, M. Ed., Ph.D., M.M. College of Education, Fatehabad, Haryana. Title : Role of Woman & Law Code for the Protection of Woman in India Society in Maintaining Existential Harmony in Development Perspective.
4. Dr. K. Nishena Nekha, Ph.D., Wangkhao Govt. College, Nagaland. Title: Tracing Traditional Value of scene Naga tribe of Nagaland : Its impact on Existential Harmony.
5. Mr. K. Vengadachalam, M.Phil. Title: Human Existence & Inter personal Relationship: A Socio-Philosophy Study.
6. Mr. Satdev Verma, M.Ed., M. Phil., Ms. Uma Sharma, M.Ed., M. Phil. Title: Role of Language in Cultivating the Spirit of Harmony and Sense of Co-existential in Multicultural Society: An Indian Experience.
Philosophy Harmony Chair
Existential Harmony Research Projects and World Conference-2015
Philosophical Harmony Chair has been established under Interdisciplinary Research Projects and World Conference on Existential Harmony by IASE Deemed University and Gandhi Vidya Mandir, Sardarshahar (Rajasthan). It is likely to undertake approximately 10-15 inter and multidisciplinary research projects on various dimensions of the main theme of the project in order to realize the objectives of the Chair.
The following are the objectives of the Chair:
· To identify the truth regarding establishment of Existential Harmony and Peace.
· To discover existential theories in the evolutionary process of existence.
· To differentiate logically the merits of various philosophical theories on Existential Harmony.
· To establish truth regarding Homo-spacious’ nature for not possessing destructive by nature.
· To discover and integrate the facts from interdisciplinary knowledge for finding possibility in establishment of harmony and peace.
· To find possibilities of rectifying human errors and restoring the universal system of global harmony.
· To identify common parameters of spiritual scriptures and world constitutional documents for achieving global harmony and peace.
AREAS OF RESEARCH:
The proposed areas of research are as stated below:
· Existence as Co-Existence
· Philosophy of Order, Peace and Harmony
· Philosophy of Peace in relationship to Material Sciences, Cognitive Awareness and Spiritual Consciousness
· Analytical and Comparative Studies in relation to existential issues
· Emerging dimensions of knowledge in relations to existential philosophy and peace
· Methodological components to study existential harmony and peace
· Ultimate reality and existential harmony
The structure of the Chair would be put to action under two sub-committees:
· Advisory Committee
· Research Committee
FUNCTIONING OF THE PROJECT STUDIES:
Broadly, research studies will be undertaken in the light of the following aspects:
i. Time-Frame: To be completed within one year
ii. Performance Outcomes: The progress of studies will be periodically reviewed by the Advisory Committee.
iii. Evaluation: At the completion of the project an evaluation of the studies will be done by the Chair.
iv. Follow-Up: As per the progress and gaps identified during the evaluation of the research project necessary action will be taken up as follow up under the Chair.
The findings/observations and suggestions would be worked out and drawn by the Chair in relation to the objectives and the content of other six chairs established by the university with a view to synchronise the expected outcomes of main research project.
Chairperson: Prof. K.K.Sharma
Co-ordinator: Dr. Desh Raj Sirswal
Office Secretary: Dr. Vijay Pal Bhatnagar