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Spirituality

The personal quest that leads the individual to an appreciation of a higher Reality.

The philosophy of Vedanta and the wisdom of the saints have always guided humanity to this larger vision of life. Students will be encouraged to listen, read, and reflect upon such body of spiritual literature that is conducive to their inner refinement and self-unfoldment. All academics offered at the Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth will therefore be aligned to encourage such a quest.

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Purity

Communicating the wisdom of Indian knowledge systems through their source texts.

This will go a long way in nourishing ancient Indian knowledge traditions and creating living repositories who will in their turn nurture the tradition for the future. Knowledge of Sanskrit will be a key enabler for the study of original sources.

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Practicality

Relevance of the ancient to blend with the needs of a modern age.

While maintaining the highest degree of academic rigour, the University will specifically provide for courses and ideas and topics that will lead the student to finding a respectable living through gainful employment.

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Innovation

Sparking the intellect of the modern youth through conceptual and strategic innovation.

The University aims to transfer the wealth of many thousands of years through innovative pedagogy, teaching methodologies, content and nature of the programmes. The University will strive to be progressive, while retaining the continuity of current best practices.

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Sri Swapnil Chaphekar, Asst Prof, School of Kala Yoga, Chinmaya Naada Bindu Gurukula, #ChinmayaVishwavidyapeeth's #Pune Campus contributes weekly articles to #Mumbai's leading #Marathi daily, Sakaal.

Article #12, Title : Kyal-gayakicha Ras-grahan (Appreciation of Khayal Singing) was published on November 23, 2018

Gist : A Raga is unfolded in Khayal singing. This article gives a step by step development of Raga as followed in Khayal singing style. Different 'Angas' like Aalap, Bol-Aalap, Laykari, Taan, Bol-Taan, Bol-Baant etc are used to beautify Khayal rendition. When a listener knows the structure, he can get maximum joy of the performance. A raga rendition of each artist will be different, also same artist will present it differently since it is a spontaneous and impromptu rendition. That is the reason it is alive and 'happening' as compared to other music systems in the world.

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17/12/2018 तमे दिनाङ्के चिन्मयविश्वविद्यापीठे प्रवृत्तायाम् अन्ताराष्ट्रीयशोधसङ्गोष्ठ्यां प्रथमे शोधपत्रप्रस्तुतिसत्रे आदौ मृदुलामहोदया वैयाकरणनैयायिकमतयोः (पाणिनि-भर्तृहर्योः) 'अभावः' इति विषये शोधपत्रं प्रास्तौत् ।
अतः परं सञ्जीवपाञ्चालः 'चशब्दयुक्तवाक्यविश्लेषणम्' इति विषये 'चार्थे द्वन्द्वः' इति सूत्रानुसारेण पाश्चात्यविदुषां च मतानुसारेण चकारस्य अर्थनिर्धारणम् कृतवान् ।
अन्ते च विमलकण्ठिमहोदयेन दक्षिणभारतश्रीलङ्कादेशयोः मध्ये सम्बन्धः कथम् आसीदिति शिलालेखस्य आधारेण शोधपत्रं प्रस्तुतम् ।

Chair - Prof. B.V. Venkataramana, Karnataka Sanskrit University, Bengaluru

1. Mridula Aswin - Agreement and Conflict between Vyakarana & Nyaya: a study of Abhava in the light of Vakyapadiyam
The idea of negation is seen across various darsanas. The speaker briefly explained the theories of Nayyayikas, Vedantins, and others, which have seemingly opposing thoughts, and showed that they are formed on the same constructs. Abhava is translated to non existence or the property of non-negation, i.e. existence itself. The speaker described the different types of non-existence, with examples, and concluded with all the views of the different darsanas on abhava.

2. Sanjeev Panchal - च शब्दयुक्तवाक्यविश्लेषणम्

The speaker began by defining “vakya visleshanam” which refers to words and their coordinations and relations. He spoke about 3 sandehas or doubts that arise in this regard. By giving the famous example of “Alfred and Bernard fall” that modern western scholars use, he presented their views of coordination. He showed how different systems interpret this sentence using dependency tress and sequence structures. He also discussed the Indian standpoint in Vyakarana Sastra and concluded his paper by giving the different prayojanas of “ca” shabda.

3. Wimalakhanthi, Bhiksu University of Sri Lanka - South India and Sri Lanka: How Sanskrit Inscriptions of Sri Lanka Reveal Relationship between South India and Sri Lanka

The speaker's aim was to reveal the ancient relationship between South India and Sri Lanka through Sanskrit inscriptions. His discussion began with the explanation of the excavation of a citadel in alAniradhapura which exposed the tradition of writing in Lanka 2600 years ago. Providing several examples of Brahmi letters on potteries, he showed how well Brahmi was established in the Asokan era and how the tradition of writing was introduced by Indians to Sri Lanka before the Asokan era. He showed how the Sri Lankan epigraphs of the early Brahmi stage are similar to Magadhi Prakrit, and not to Prakrit of Sanskrit, which indicates no North Indian influence. He posited that the analysis of these inscriptions and engravings shows that kings paid respect to and protected both Buddhism and Hinduism in Lanka. These palaeographical similarities prove a direct relationship between India and Sri Lanka.
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The inaugural session of the NFSI 2018 'Sastra and Discipline: Towards a Meaningful Dialogue' featured a number of eminent speakers, who shared inspirational ideas in an engaging manner.

Prof. P. N. Shastri, Vice-Chancellor of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi, spoke about shastras being created for protecting the knowledge of the Vedas. He also quoted from the Rg-veda saying that the gods favour the hard working, thus giving a key maxim for success in today's age

Prof. Rajaram Shukla, Vice-Chancellor of the Sampurnanand Sanskrit University, Varanasi, gave a talk on shastras and their purpose. He said that there are certain criteria for determining what a shastra is. But due to conflicting situations, new methods of interpretation of shastras need to constantly be developed. It is only then that shastras can continue to have a living presence in today's world.

Prof. Dharmarajan, Vice-Chancellor of the Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, spoke about the importance of the Sanskrit language. He said that although we seem to value only technological knowledge today, all such knowledge is also available through Sanskrit.

Swami Advayananda, President, Executive Council, CVV, spoke about the need for ancient traditions and modern knowledge systems to become united into one system. The present should not ignore its foundation, and the past should not be thought irrelevant.

Prof. Gauri Mahulikar (Vice-Chancellor and Dean, CVV), Dr. Apparao Mukkamala (Managing Trustee, CVV), and Shri N M Sundar also addressed the gathering. This was an auspicious and appropriate beginning to the conference, which aims to discuss pressing issues related to shastra as a knowledge-discipline, in the context of Sanskrit and Indic Knowledge.

17.12.2018तमे दिनाङ्के चिन्मयविश्वविद्यापीठे त्रिदिवसीयायाः अन्ताराष्ष्ट्रीयसङ्गोष्ठ्याः उद्घाटनकार्यक्रमः सम्पन्नः।

सङ्गोष्ठ्याः उद्घाटकेन राष्ट्रियसंस्कृतसंस्थानस्य कुलपतिना पी.एन्. शास्त्रिमहोदयेन
"अप्यप्रसिद्धं यशसे हि पुंसाम्
अनन्यसाधारणमेव कर्म" इति कालिदासोक्त्या सङ्गोष्ठीसंयोजकानाम् असाधारणं कर्म शंसितम् ।
"न ऋते श्रान्तस्य सख्याय देवः" इति ऋग्वेदोक्त्या च सर्वदा परिश्रमकरणस्य सन्देशः प्रदत्तः ।

ततश्च दिक्सूचिभाषणे सम्पूर्णानन्दसंस्कृतविश्वविद्यापीठस्य कुलपतिना प्रो.राजारामशुक्लवर्येण न्यायशास्त्रदिशा प्रमाणस्वरूपं प्रतिपादितम् ।

शङ्कराचार्यसंस्कृतविश्वविद्यालयस्य कुलपतिना प्रो.धर्मराजन् महोदयेन संस्कृतस्य महत्त्वं प्रतिपादितम् ।

अध्यक्षेण अद्वयानन्दस्वामिना शास्त्रम् Discipline इत्यनयोः साम्यविचारे स्वविचारः प्रकटितः ।

कार्यक्रमेsस्मिन् चिन्मयविश्वविद्यापीठस्य कुलपतिवर्यया गौरीमहोदयया समागतानाम् अतिथीनाम् अन्येषां च सर्वेषां स्वागतं व्याहृतम् । एन् एम् सुन्दरमहोदयेन धन्यवादः आविष्कृतः ।
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LIVE on YouTube - Watch the Inauguration of the 3 day International Conference : NFSI 2018 held by CVV at 9.30 AM tomorrow.

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- Keynote address by Prof Rajaram Shukla, Vice Chancellor, Sampurnanand Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

- Prof Raghurama Raju, Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, Tirupati;
Topic – The “temporal imbalance” in comparative philosophy & the place of “the modern” in Indian Philosophy.

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December 17-19, at Chinmaya Eswar Gurukula, #Ernakulam #Kerala
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~ Prof Madhusudan Penna, Professor & Dean, Faculty of Bharatiya Dharma, Kavikulaguru Kalidasa Sanskrit University, Maharashtra; Topic – Duties of traditional śāstra scholars in this context

~ Prof Subrahmanyam Korada, University of Hyderabad, Telangana; Topic – Is there research in the Vākyārtha tradition?

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Prof. Shrinivasa Varakhedi,
Vice Chancellor, Kavikulaguru Kalidasa Sanskrit University, Maharashtra.

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Prof. B. Mahadevan, Professor, Productions and Operational Management, IIM Bengaluru;
Founder Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Advisor, #ChinmayaVishwavidyapeeth.

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Article 12 from the on-going series of Sri Swapnil Chaphekar, Asst Prof, @CVV_CNBG, #ChinmayaVishwavidyapeeth's #Pune Campus in #Mumbai's leading #Marathi daily, Sakaal. Title: Kyal-gayakicha Ras-grahan (Appreciation of Khayal Singing) Read it online: bit.ly/SakaalArticle12 pic.twitter.com/xLPoNVsgiH

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Unless we have a definite faith in the goal of our existence, and unless we believe, work for, and actually come to experience the goal positively as an existent factor, there is no hope of any plan becoming successful. —Swami Chinmayananda
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