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Researcher-Scholars to participate in 'Gyan Sangam' for discourse on Indian knowledge traditions

Programme of Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication; Colloquium of scholars on 'Indian Life Perspectives: Description in Present Context' on Dec 7-8

Bhopal, 02nd December, 2017: The civilistion flourished on the land of South Asia had developed a unique style of human living thousands of years ago. Today, entire world is trying to understand the values of life in Indian culture, when existence of human is in crisis due to climate change, environment pollution, terrorism and social inequality across the world. Teachers from Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh will participate in the colloquium on 'Indian Life Perspectives: Description in Present Context' in 'Gyan Sangam' on December 7 and 8, under the aegis of Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication. It will be inaugurated on December 7 at 11 am in Auditorium of Academy of Administration.

      University Vice Chancellor Prof Brij Kishore Kuthiala said that university and college teachers will discuss Indian perspectives in detail on their subjects. Sanskara, education and knowledge develop personality in human. Family and educational institute play key role in this regard. Discourse will be held on this subject. In addition to this, one more subject will be that what are means for attaining happiness in life? The scholars will discuss which one is necessary - struggle or harmony - in human life and what were the approaches of ancient Indian Rishi-Muni in this regard in another session. Humanity at present lead the life based on information technology and media, but what were means for social dialogue in ancient India and which types of requirement in information are considered prominent in our ancient scriptures. Discussion will be held in a session on 'the art is for entertainment or mental and spiritual development'. Indian perspectives on judicature, health system and polity will also be discussed. Similarly, discourse will be held on how Indian ancient Rishi-Muni understood the knowledge of the nature and established it. That is effort will be made to understand the difference between present research approach and ancient knowledge creation.

            Nationally famous Pragya Pravah and Akhil Bhartiya Shikshan Mandal will extend support to this colloquium. Experts of national and international level have accepted the university's invitation for addressing sessions on different subjects. Padmashri Dr Narendra Kohli will shed light on coordination and harmonization in life and Swami Dharmabandhu will address on Indian happiness perspective. Retired professor of Banaras Hindu University Deenbandu Pandey will explain Indian perspective of art and entertainment. Prof Bhagwati Prasad Sharma and senior administrative officer Shri Manoj Shrivastava will present views on 'Ancient system of management' and ideal political system of ancient India, respectively. Arul Modi from South India will give detail description on process for healthy life on the basis of naturopathy. Eminent scholars Sushri Indumati Katdare, Shri Krishna Gopal, Dr Nagendra, Shri J Nandkumar, Shri Mukul Kanitkar, Shri Kapil Kapoor, Shri Krishna Setti, Shri Manoj Shrivastava, Prof Shivendra Kashyap and others will also address on different subjects. Research papers to be received in Gyan Sangam will be published in the form of a book.