Research Articles

Research articles on Indology and Sanskrit

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Research Articles

The Scholars of KSRI have been actively participating in various Conferences, Seminars and workshops by presenting Reasearch papers on Indology. They are also contributing Research articles to Various Journals on different topics of Indic Knowledge systems. Some of them are -

A survey of Sanskrit literature would bring out the fact that the mining and metallurgical sciences were part of the social life in ancient India.
MINING AND METALLURGY
(Dr. K.S. Balasubramanian, Deputy Director, K.S.R.I. Institute, Chennai)
The mathematical text in Tamil by the name Ästhänakoläkalam seems to be a compilation of Manuscripts. Some of the interesting topics from this text are taken into consideration here.
ÄSTHÄNAKOLÄKALAM — A MATHEMATICAL TREATISE IN TAMIL
(Dr. Sita Sundar Ram, Senior Research Fellow, K.S.R.Institute, Chennai)
Scholars have discussed about the major rasas and also about the other rasas. I would like to get your attention to these two rasas – Bhayänaka and Bébhatsa. Bharata considers these two Rasas as powerful enough to be called as major Rasas, since they are attuned with Véra and Raudra respectively
BHAYÄNAKA AND BÉBHATSA
(Ms. Annapurna, Research Associate, K. S. R. Institute, Chennai)
It is in Sanskrit literature that the art, the science and the history of Indian music are mainly embedded and a knowledge of Sanskrit and a study of the texts in that language becomes essential for every person pursuing Indian music.
KÄVYAS ON VÄGGEYAKÄRAS
(Lavanya Pravin, Research Scholar, K. S. R. Institute, Chennai)
The 'Vairamuḍi Utsava' an Annual celebration at Melkote attracts pilgrims from all over the world. Melkote, situated in Mandya District, Karnataka is of great importance historically. Melkote is referred by many names in the Purāṇas as – Yādavagiri, Yaduśaila, Yādavagiri, Nārāyaṇagiri, Nārāyaṇapura, Vaikuṇṭhavardhana, Bhūvaikuṇṭha, Gomanta and Yatiśaila. These and other facts about this festival are brought to light in this paper.
Temple Festival- Vajramakuta Utsava of Melkote
Dr. V. Yamuna Devi, Asst. Professor
The Kuppuswami Sastri Research Institute, Chennai
This paper gives a Geographical approach to Indology
THE GEOGRAPHICAL APPROACH TO INDOLOGY
(R. Parthasarthy, Honorary Professor, KSRI, Chennai)
A couple of Puranic concepts relating to the birth of Närada and the story related to Mainäka mountain is taken up in this paper to be analysed on the lines of the modern geographic concepts known as Kuiper belt and Oort clouds.
KUIPER BELT, OORT CLOUD – A PURANIC INSIGHT
(K. Vidyuta, Ph. D. Research Scholar, K. S. R. Institute, Chennai)
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