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Special Lecture

Special Lectures by Indian and Foreign scholars are organized at Jnana-Pravaha from time to time throughout the year on different aspects of Indological studies.

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The Architecture of 15th Century Temple of Ranakpur (Rajasthan)
Date 05-03-2013

Delivered by Dr. Saryu V. Doshi (Mumbai)


The Architecture of 15th Century Temple of Ranakpur (Rajasthan)
 
Shastra Varnita Ashtasiddhiyan Evam Unka Svarupa (Hindi)
Date 30-01-2013

Delivered by Prof. Yugal Kishor Mishra, Head, Department of Vedic Studies, Sampurnanand Sanskrit University, Varanasi


Shastra Varnita Ashtasiddhiyan Evam Unka Svarupa (Hindi)
 
The Monsoon in South Asian Art
Date 17-01-2013

Delivered by Prof. Gautama V. Vajracharya, U.S.A.


The Monsoon in South Asian Art
 
Abhinaya in Natyashastra of Bharata
Date 05-01-2013

In collaboration with Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Varanasi

Delivered by Prof. M. C. Byrski, Poland


Abhinaya in Natyashastra of Bharata
 
Ramayana in Mughal Paintings
Date 01-04-2012

Delivered by Dr. Asok Kumar Das (Kolkata) on the occasion of Panchadasha Samvatsarotsava - Celebrating 15 Years of Jnana-Pravaha on the auspicious Ramanavami Day.


Ramayana in Mughal Paintings
 
Development of Brahmi Script in North India
Date 16-12-2012

Delivered by Prof. Arvind Kumar Singh, Jiwaji University, Gwalior


Development of Brahmi Script in North India
 
The Bahudha Approach : A Path Towards A Harmonious World
Date 05-12-2012

Delivered by H.E. The Governor of Sikkim Shri Balmiki Prasad Singh


The Bahudha Approach : A Path Towards A Harmonious World
 
Metallurgy and Technology of Coins
Date 11-02-2002

Delivered by Prof. H. C. Bharadwaj during the Advanced Study Course on Early Indian Coins organized from 1st to 10th February 2002.


Metallurgy and Technology of Coins
 
How to Understand Indian Temples Today
Date 17-10-2012

Delivered by Prof. M. N. P. Tiwari, Department of History of Art, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi


How to Understand Indian Temples Today