प्रत्नानि नूत्नानि च शास्त्राणि – अर्थसार्थवाहाः संवादाः
(sastra and discipline – towards a meaningful dialogue)
17th to 19th december, 2018 chinmaya vishwavidyapeeth's flagship conference, nfsi-2018, aims to explore the idea of a sastra as a unit and a mode of disciplinary thought, and the intellectual apparatus and commitments that a sastra entails. .
we also aim to understand the formation and practice of disciplinary traditions in all possible realms, as well as their expression today, which includes domains such as the translation and teaching of sastras.
nfsi-2018 thus invites participation from sastric scholars, academicians and researchers interested in contributing to this discourse.
some of the themes the conference will touch upon are -
. · building disciplinary identities and forging traditions of thought
· sastra in other languages – lost in translation, gained in translation
· sastradhyayana – teaching and learning a śāstra in the digital age
· past and present – the continued relevance of classical lore
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Loom is presenting another guffgaff episode on 'child marriage and sexuality'. this time we will be talking about child marriage from various perspectives including sexuality and dig out the structural causes of child marriage. we will also discuss about the laws and interventions on child marriage in nepal.
come be a part of this exciting and informative discussion.
“in real love there is no relationship, because there are not two persons to be related to. in real love there is only love, a flowering, a fragrance, a melting, a merging. only in egoistic love are there two persons, the lover and the loved. and whenever there is the lover and the loved, love disappears. whenever there is love, the lover and the beloved both disappear into love.” ~ osho