RITAMBHARA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2020
Ṛtambharā International Conference 2020 is instituted on behalf of Ṛtambharā, one of the spiritual and inter-disciplinary academic forums of the Ṛtānveṣī Yogāyana.
Ṛtānveṣī Yogāyana Private Limited is a symbiotic organization, led by spiritual aspirants from different backgrounds and schools of thoughts. It aims to promote, propagate and preserve the long-forgotten Yogic Sanātana Culture through thoughts and practices. It commits to bring out spiritual as well as material accomplishments in personal, social and global levels.
For the conference, Ṛtānveṣī Yogāyana invites original papers on a wide field of interests, as mentioned below. The papers should be based on personal thoughts, investigations, experiences or experiments. Novelty and practical usefulness should be the hall marks of the paper.
IMPORTANT POINTS REGARDING ARTICLE SUBMISSION
- Article Length: 2 to 3 Pages
- Article Language: Hindi, English, Sanskrit
- Last Date of Article Submission: September 15, 2020
- Extended Date for Article Submission: September 30, 2020
- Notification For Acceptance: 30 October 2020
- Magazine Publication Date: 14 Nov 2020
- Ritambhara International Conference: 15 Nov 2020 (Online Presentation Optional).
- Writer can book their place to present their views on Article by booking their slot in Ritambhara Conference on 15 November 2020.
- Conference is conducted online.
- Registration fees for Article Submission: Free
- Ritambhara Magazine Publication Date: 14 Nov 2020
- Registration Price for Online Presentation: Free, Date 15 Nov 2020
- E-Certificates will be provided to Writers and Article Presentators.
Writers Profile as Ritambhara Writers Designation will be shared on Ritambhara Ritanveshi Yogayan Website.
Scope of the Ṛtambharā International Conference 2020
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
Chakras, Pancha Tatwas & Pranavayus
Satkarmas and Shuddhi Kriya
Mudra and Meditation
Ayurveda and Naturopathy
Alternative Therapy: Acupressure,
Pranic Healing, Magneto Therapy
Yogic Vyayama: Suryanamaskar and others
Mantra, Tantra and Similar systems and practices
Diseases and Diagnosis using Alternative medicine.
Treatment of viral pandemics
Astronomy, Astrology & Numerology for knowledge and Life
Vastu Shastra, FengShui
Ancient other Sciences
Philosophy: Metaphysics, Ethics or Morality
Systems of Philosophy
Religion & Mysticism
Purana and other scriptural themes
Creative, Poetic and Critical Writings
Consciousness, Mind, Vitality
Deliberation on Dharma, Nyāya and Niti
Pandemic Covid-19 — Issues & Impacts
Editor-in-Chief - Ritambhara
Dr. Saroj Kanta Kar, is currently working as Asst. Professor in Philosophy, at School of Buddhist Studies,Philosophy and Comparative Religions, Nalanda University, Bihar. Previously he served as Programme Officer in ICPR, and was consecutively engaged in Teaching and Research in different universities. His doctoral research was based on Nagarjuna’s philosophy, and post-doctoral work was on studying Consciousness in Buddhism and Vedānta. His Area of Specialization and interest includes Mahayana Buddhism and Vedanta, among others. He is engaged in Critical, Creative and Applied Research in Philosophy and allied areas of study. He has two books besides some of outstanding paper publications such as ‘On Theoretic to Applied Ethics’, ‘Revisiting ‘Dharma’ in Mahabharata: Resolving Moral Dilemmas, ‘Jaina Approach to (A)himsa’, ‘(A)Himsa in Buddhism’ and ‘(A)Himsa: Classical Indian Perspective’, ‘On Theoretic to Applied Ethics’ , ‘Buddhist Message Towards Attitudinal Crisis in Ecology’, ‘Towards Future Philosophy’ and ‘On the So- called Conflict between Applied and Pure Logic’.