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SANSKRIT ROUND TABLE

Tipo del evento: Acontecimiento

Mesa redonda sobre la relevancia del sánscrito en la actualidad.

A cargo de los expertos en sánscrito, los profesores Juan Arnau, Kamlesh Dutt Tripathi, V. Kutumba Shastry, V. Muralidhar Sharma y Abhiraj Rajendera Mishra.

Juan Arnau es astrofísico y doctor en filosofía sánscrita, es investigador del CSIC y de las universidades de Michigan, Benarés y Barcelona. Ha traducido del sánscrito Fundamentos de la vía media y Abandono de la discusión de Nāgārjuna (Siruela), y ha escrito los ensayos La palabra frente al vacío , Arte de probar , Cosmologías de India (FCE) y Antropología del budismo (Kairós), así como las novelas El cristal Spinoza , El efecto Berkeley (Pre-Textos) y Leyenda de Buda (Alianza). Es autor de Manual de filosofía portátil (Atalanta, 2014), Premio de la Crítica Valenciana y finalista del Premio Nacional de Ensayo 2015.

Prof. Kamlesh Dutt Tripathi

is an eminent theatre personality and Professor emeritus of BHU Varanasi. He is regarded to be an authority on Natya Shastra, the famous Indian treatise on theatre. A number of books and research papers are to his credit. He is a widely travelled scholar and has attended various International Conferences. He was invited as the Visiting Professor in many renowned Universities. He has been invited by M.P. Government as the Director of Kalidasa Akademi, Ujjain. He is the recipient of many awards including Sahitya Akademi Award, Certificate of Merit from President of India and honours from Hindi Sahitya Sammelan, Prayaga, Sampurnanand Sanskrit University, Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthana etc. Presently he is Chief Editor and Director of Natyashstra Project for bringing out a critical edition of Natyashstra with its translation mainly for performing artist.

 

Prof. V. Kutumba Shastry

is an  Indian academic. He was the Vice-Chancellor of the  Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, for the period 2003 to 2008.  He is the President of the  International Association of Sanskrit Studies.  He was a member of the organising Committee of the fifteenth  World Sanskrit Conference. He is a member of the governing board of the Wider Association of Vedic Studies. He is on the editorial board of the Indologica Taurinensia, The Journal of the International Association of Sanskrit Studies, published from  To rino.

Prof. V. Muralidhar Sharma

is an eminent Sanskrit scholar and writer.  He has 27 years’ teaching experience besides having adequate research experience.  Prof. Sharma has authored two books – (1) Samskrita Sikshaka Prasikshane Sukshma Sikshanam (Micro-teaching in Sanskrit-Teacher Training); and (2) Unadikosha (a modern lexicon form of Unadirupas).  He has also edited 06 books in Sanskrit.   Prof. Sharma has organized and attended a number of international conferences and is also a member of several academic bodies and associations.  Presently he is working as Professor of Education, Rashtriya Vidyapeetha, Tirupati. 

Prof. Abhiraj Rajendera Mishra

is a polyglot author writing in Sanskrit, English, Javi and Hindi. He had his higher education in the University of Allahabad from where he obtained his Master’s degree and Doctor of Philosophy. As an academic he has worked in Indonesia  and  Himachal Pradesh and retired as Vice-Chancellor, Sampoornanand Sanskrit University, Benares. He has eighteen books of poetry besides many books of geets and ghazals, four plays, eight collections of one-act plays, four collections of short stories, fifteen collections of critical essays in Sanskrit besides travelogues, essays and memoirs in English. Among the many honours he has won are Sahitya Akademi Award, Kalidas Samman from Maharashtra, Magh Puraskar from Rajasthan, Ved Bharati Samman from Andhra Pradesh besides awards for literature from U. P and M.P many times.

Horario: De 9:00 a 11:00 h
Lugar: Facultad de Filosofía y Letras de la Universidad de Valladolid. Aula 106.
Organizadores: Casa de la India
Colaboradores: Departamento de Filología Inglesa de la Universidad de Valladolid, Embajada de la India y Ministerio de Cultura de la India.

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