RITAMBHARA

ज्ञानान्मुक्तिः बन्धोविपर्ययात्
Ṛtambharā,one of the spiritual and interdisciplinary academic forums of the Ṛtānveṣī Yogāyana.
It publishes two periodicals: Ṛtambharā Magazine (Quadrimesterly) and Ṛtambharā Research Journal. (Biannual).

The very objective of the periodicals is to revive Sanātana 
Culture, especially Spirituality, Yoga, Tantra, Āyurveda, Jyotiṣa and allied subject matter with a view to how these can be adopted for physical, mental and holistic wellbeing of all living or non-living, and for now and future with scientific resonance and of humane practices. 

 

 

Scope of the Ṛtambharā International Conference 2020

Yogic Sciences

Yogasutras and Yoga Scriptures

Yoga in Gita and other scriptures

Yoga in Vedas , Upanishads, Buddhism, Jainism and other systems

Yoga in Life, Practice for Health and Cure

Yoga : Types, Disciplines and Sadhana

Jnana, Karma & Bhakti Yoga

Hatha, Raja, Swara & Kundalini Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga

Chakras, Pancha Tatwas & Pranavayus

Satkarmas and Shuddhi Kriya

Mudra and Meditation

Ayurveda and Naturopathy

Alternative Therapy: Acupressure,

Pranic Healing, Magneto Therapy

Mantra

                             Vedic Mantras with Meaning

Vedic Inspirational Stories

Inspirational stories from Gita and Ramayan, 

Mahabharat, Upanishads 

Yogic Sciences

Yogic Vyayama: Suryanamaskar and others

Mantra, Tantra and Similar systems and practices

Diseases and Diagnosis using Alternative medicine.

Treatment of Viral Pandemics

Astrology and Numerology

Astronomy, Astrology & Numerology for knowledge and Life

Vastu Shastra

Vastu Shastra, FengShui

Ancient other Sciences

Philosophy 

Metaphysics, Ethics or Morality

 Systems of Philosophy

Religion & Mysticism

Purana and other scriptural themes

Deliberation on Dharma, Nyāya and Niti

Creative, Poetic and Critical Writings

Poems

Vedic or Inspirational Stories Sketches

Consciousness, Mind, Vitality

Pandemic Covid-19: Issues and Impacts 

 Articles are invited on the line of the objective of the periodicals

For Ṛtambharā Magazine:
Tone of the article: Light, Simple

Article Length: 2-3 Pages to 5-6 Pages (1000 to 3000 words) 

Article Language: Hindi, English, Sanskrit

Last Date of Article Submission: September 15, 2020

Extended Date for Article Submission: September 30, 2020

Article Acceptance Notification: 30 October 2020

Ritambhara Magazine Publication: 14 Nov 2020 (Online)

Ritambhara International Conference: 15 November 2020 (Online)

Participation E-Certificate will be provided to all the participants.

Presentation E-Certificate will be provided to all the online presentators. Online presentation is optional. 

Submit your article at [email protected]

Conference Registration Fees: Free

 

GUIDELINES FOR PAPER SUBMISSION

  1. All submissions will be made in MS-Word. Tables and Graphics should be numbered.
  2. Articles should be submitted through email attachment to [email protected].
  3. References are requested to be made in endnote option of MS word for easy access. The Endnote system is easy. It avoids repetition as well as annoyance of intext referencing, and conserves space, while at the same time it provides liberty to the author and all necessary information to the reader.
  4. References must be in the number format of 1, 2, 3….. instead of (i), (ii), (iii). 
  5. Format of references should be in MLA format or as per the Styles given below.
  6. Please send your article in Word format on [email protected] A confirmationmail will be sent once the article is received by Ritambhara team.

RECOGNITIONS

  1.  e-Certificate
  2. Best Article award based on the opinion of Editorial Board
  3. Selected authors will be published with their information on the official website of Ritanveshi Yogayan Private Limited

In case you find any technical difficulty while writing or sending your article, please contact us on 
+91-8769754890, +91-9828959333 or email at [email protected]

Style Sheet for Notes and References for Ṛtambharā

Simplicity, beauty, freedom and complete information are the hallmarks of a good documentation in noting and referencing. Keeping all these aspects intact the Ṛtambharā adopts simple Endnote format with a little customization for the better look and use.  Authors can use Endnote option of the Microsoft Word or any Word Processing Software for providing Notes and References in a single sequence using the number format of 1, 2, 3,… instead of the format of i, ii, iii,… . The notes and matters of reference are supposed to be kept (as these automatically appear) after the end of the main text (and acknowledgement) under a marked heading NOTES AND REFERENCES.
The Endnote system is easy. It avoids repetition as well as annoyance of intext referencing, and conserves space, while at the same time it provides liberty to the author and all necessary information to the reader.   

Notes

The author may have additional or related or illuminating information or clarification or remark on any point, but could not provide there in the main text/theme as it would digress from the main theme or the flow of discussion. The same can be mentioned as note. It can be inserted as one EndNote Item in the same sequence of references.

 
EXAMPLES OF CITATIONS

Single authored Book

Author’s Last Name, Author’s First Name(a). Title. Publisher, Place of Publication, Year of publication.

Example:  McCorker, Frank. Storymaking and Mythtelling: Comic Literary and Film Images.  Oxbridge, Oxford, 1992.

Dual Authors

Druin, Allison, and Solomon, Cynthia.  Designing Multimedia Environments for  Children. J. Wiley & Sons, London, 1996. 

Multiple Authors

Druin, Allison, et al. Cynthia.  Designing Multimedia Environments for  Children. J. Wiley & Sons, London, 1996. 

Edited Book

McCorker, Frank (ed.). Storymaking and Mythtelling: Comic Literary and Film Images.  Oxbridge, Oxford, 1992.

 

Chapter in an edited book or anthology

Yorbach, Erich. “Odysseus Wonderful.” Peripatesis: The Representation of Fantasy and Adventure in Western Literature.
Edited by Polly Feemis. Syracuse University Press, 1943.pp. 3-23.

Proceedings

Proceedings will be cited as books but after the editor’s name (ed.) will be kept

Proceedings with an editor (without a publisher)

Chapter in Proceedings

Aaron, M. The future of genomics. In: Williams H (ed) Proceedings of the genomic researchers, M.K. Publisher, Boston, 1999

An Original Source cited in Another Secondary Source

 Saha, Aram. Lankavatara, 1.2.59. In: Introduction to Lankavatāra, Fantastic Publisher, Great Britain, 1920. P. 40.

Electronic Book

Coffey, Frank.  The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Elvis.  Alpha Books, 1997. eBooks on EBSCOhost.11 May 2000.

Institutional author (book)

International Anatomical Nomenclature Committee, Nomina ānatomica. Excerpta Medica, Amsterdam, 1975.

Dissertation

 Trent, J.W. Experimental Acute Renal fFilure. Dissertation, University of California

Paper presented at a conference

 Morris, R. L. Isolation and characterization of plasmid deoxyribonucleic acid from Streptomyces fradiae.
Paper presented at the 3rd international symposium on the genetics of industrial microorganisms, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 4– 9 June 1978

Patent

Norman, L.O. Lightning rods. US Patent 4,379,752, 9 Sept 1998

Articles from Periodicals

Format: AuthorLastName, AuthorFirstName. “Article Title.” Journal Title, Version, Number, Publication Date, Page Numbers. 

Journal article, two authors

L’Ambrosch, Zampoun and Teodolinda Roncaglia. “From Marco Polo to
James Joyce: Coping with New Cultures.” Acculturation in Literature,  vol. 45, no. 2, 1990, pp. 156-172.

Journal article from an online database

Bustin, Richard. “The Living City: Thirdspace and the Contemporary Geography Curriculum.” Geography, vol. 96, no. 2, 1 July 2011, pp. 60– 68. JSTORhttp://www.jstor.org/stable/41320337

Newspaper Article from an Online Database

Biskupic, Joan. “In Shaping of Internet Law, First Amendment Is Winning.” The Washington Post, 12 Sept. 1999, p. A2. ProQuest Newsstand, search.proquest.com/docview/1729603029?accountid=14784.

Newspaper Article from Web or Print Source

Friskics-Warren, Bill. “The Latest Nonconformist from Nashville West.” New York Times. 7 May 2000. 

Lecture Notes

Format: Lecturer’s name. “Title of lecture.” Meeting. Name of sponsoring organization. Location of lecture, date.

Litfin, Karen. “Introduction to Political Economy.” Political Science 203. University of Washington. Seattle, 16 October 2000.

(If title of Lecture is not known)

Collins, Kathleen. Lecture. Sociology 300. University of Washington. Seattle, 16 October 2014.  

Website

Format : Author’s Last Name, Author’s FirstName. “Title of Article or Individual Page.” Title of website, Name of publisher, Date of publication, URL or DOI. 

Web page with Author

Peace, Richard. “A Promising Study Reveals New Hope for an HIV Cure.” Huffington Post, 11 Nov. 2016,
 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/hiv-study-vaccine-immune-system_us_5823c0bde4b0e80b02cec738 

Webpage without Author

“New Media @ the Center.” The Writing Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. U of Wisconsin-Madison Writing Center, 2009. http://www.writing.wisc.edu/[email protected] 

Entire Website

National Weather Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, http://www.weather.gov/

[Ref. https://guides.lib.uw.edu/c.php?g=341448&p=4076094, MLA and
APA Hand Books / Web Sources and Springer Examples for Learning and Guidance Purpose.
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