Academic Programs

KSRI has always been a centre for Sanskrit and Indology research.

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उत्साह सम्पन्नमदीर्घसूत्रं
क्रिया विधिज्ञं व्यसनेष्वसक्तम्।
शूरं कृतज्ञं दृढसौहृदं च
लक्ष्मीः स्वयं याति निवास हेतोः॥
Goddess Lakṣmī or wealth is attracted to one who is endowed with enthusiasm; who does not procrastinate, who plans his actions and executes them as per the plan, who is not overwhelmed with offerings, who is valourous, never forgets the timely help rendered by others and who has loyal friends.

Academic Programs

KSRI is affiliated to the University of Madras and offers M.Phil and Ph.D programs. Scholars pursuing Research under these programs

Present Past

M.Phil
(Affiliated to the University of Madras)
Under the Supervision of
Dr. V. Yamuna Devi

V.R.Srinivasan

Manju Ramayanam - A study

Ph.D.
(Affiliated to the University of Madras)
Under the Supervision of
Dr. V. Kameswari

Ms. Preethi Mahesh

Chennai in Sanskrit Literature - Awaiting Viva

Ms.N. Bhuvanesawri

Critical Study of the play Prasanna Raghava of Jayadeva - Submitted Synopsis

Ms.Goda Devi

Kasyapa Samhita- text on Vishacikitsa: A Critical study- Submitted synopsis

Ms.Renganayaki

Surya in Sanskrit Literature - A scientific approach

Under the Supervision of
Dr. K.S.Balasubramanian

K.N.Srikkanth

Contribution of Sridhara and Sripati to Indian Mathematics - Viva Awaited

Under the Supervision of
Dr. T.V.Vasudeva

Mr. S. Balakrishnan

Vrttaratnasangraha of Raghunatha

Mrs.R.Rajalakshmi

Critical analysis of Adbhuta Darpana

Under the Supervision of
Dr. V. Yamuna Devi

Mr.P.S. Chandrasekharan

Ganita Kaumudi

Ms. S. Madhurambika

Sahendra Vilasa

Ms. Vijayalakshmi Mani

Ganita - Sredhi Vyavahara, Progression in Ancient Indian Mathematics

Ms. Lavanya V Eswar

Advaitic principles in Yoga vasishtha

Dr. Sita Sundar Ram teaching  Ancient Indian Mathematics

Dr. Yamuna Devi, Asst. Prof. taking classes for M.Phil Scholars

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संनिकर्षोऽत्र मर्त्यानामनादरणकारणम् ।
गाङ्गं हित्वा यथान्याम्भस्तत्रत्यो याति शुद्धये ॥
In this world familiarity breeds contempt. For example, one who lives on the banks of the Ganges might travel to some other water body to be purified. (Srīmad Bhāgavatam.X.84.31)
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