Partnered invited initiatives
RESEARCH AT YOGA SAMSKRUTHAM UNIVERSITY : PARTNERE INITIATIVES- INVITATIONS
The research areas and topics can be any one of the following:
The word YOGA covers all educational programs and themes in the disciplines and practices related to: Vedic Yogas, Gita –Yogas, Patanjali Yogas , Vedanga Jyotisham, Ayurveda Upa-Veda, Darshana Shaastra, (Philosophies, Spiritual and meta-physical pedagogy and practice), Vedic Religious Professional and Practicing Scholar( known as Dharma Vocations - by the titles: Purohita, Archaka, Aagamika, Sastry, Pandit ji ), Tantra, Aagama, Vastu, Sri Vidyaa. This is only an indicative list and not an exhaustive or exclusive list.
The word SAMSKRTHAM covers all educational programs and themes in the disciplines and practices related to: Languages of – Vedas ( Text and Oral), Yogas, Vedangas, Yogangas, Dharma-Shastras (Sacred Lore – Oral) , Ithihasa –Puranas (Religion and Ritual and Spiritual lore), Sahitya Samgeetha Nrutya, Natya Geeta, Chitra Kalaa Shastras ( Fine Arts, Classical literature, Sciences and Humanities). This covers subject specific studies and cross discipline and comparative studies in all these areas
The word LANGUAGES covers all educational programs and themes in the disciplines and practices related to: Languages used historically and socially for Yoga related Religion-Prayer and Worship, Rites of Passage and Samskaras in Yoga and Dharma practicing Communities – at Bharath and globally as a part of Hinduism, Congregational worship, Meditation –Devotion –Mantra practices, Religion-Arts, Classical and Historic Languages associated with Yoga and Samskrutham ( Prakrut, Pali, Desi, Apabhramsha, Dramidam and dialects), Regional Devotional and mystic traditions related Music , Dance, Martial and Material Media Arts, Modern Languages of Yoga-Discourse used in Hindu Culture and Yoga Societies by Masters of Traditions, Study of Land History and Hagiography, Practicing traditions and Culture-Diversity Dynamics, . This also covers the languages, literature and grammars of ancient and medieval India; the branched derivatives and dialects of these languages. The technology work needed to represent these knowledge documents, in a language appropriate way for their related scripts and voices as ‘ Non roman script and Non-English like’ religion languages in social usage for worship and prayers, congregation discourses is also another area covered in this program. This is only an indicative list and not an exhaustive or exclusive list.