Thursday, November 22, 2012

International Workshop on Healing, Counselling & Therapy

International Workshop on Healing, Counselling & Therapy
based on Principles of Indian Psychology

organised by Centre for Indian Psychology, JGI
at Jain University Global Campus, Bangaluru
December 13 – 15, 2012

For details see the invitation brochure.
For registration use the application form.
For further info, contact CIP at

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Internatio​nal Workshop on Healing, Counsellin​g & Therapy Based on the Principles of Indian Psychology

Application Form: CIP_IWHCT_Application Form
Dear Friends
Greetings from Centre for Indian Psychology, Jain University! Hope this mail finds you in best of health and spirits.
We are happy to inform you that we are organising a three day International Workshop on Healing, Counselling & Therapy Based on Principles of Indian Psychology on 13-15 December, 2012 (immediately after NAOP Conference) at our Jain Global Campus in Bangalore.
We are fortunate to have many distinguishing resource persons from India and abroad to lead the workshop. The details of the workshop are available in the brochure attached herewith for your consideration. Please feel free to share this information with anyone interested.
Since it is an experiential workshop the participation in limited to 35 participants only. So, interested individuals are advised to confirm their participation at the earliest. You may respond by sending a return mail expressing your intention to attend the workshop immediately followed by sending us the filled in application form.
Download the attachement:

CALL FOR PAPERS:The Mahabharata and the Indian Society'


A national seminar on the topic 'The Mahabharata and the Indian Society' will be organised at Ambedkar college, Fatikroy, Dist- Unakoti, Tripura, India-799290.


Sub themes-

1.    A character analysis of any character of the Mahabharata

2.    A case study of literary recreation inspired by the Mahabharata

3.    A different perspective of the Bhagavad Gita.

4.    Different philosophical concepts of the Mahabharata

5.    Culture of any of the tribes of the Mahabharata

6.    Women in the Mahabharata

7.    Marginalized people in the Mahabharata

8.    Society as depicted in the epic

The sub themes are only indicative and any area related to the epic can be explored. Detailed information is also available on the blog http//


Tentative date-2-3  Feb 2013

Last Date of submission of abstract- 31 Dec 2012.

Contact Person- Dr. Ravi Khangai

                              Assistant Professor

                          Ambedkar College, Fatikroy

                          Dist-Unakoti, Tripura-799290



contact no-  919402168854,   919862799912.