Call for Paper

The seminar is divided into seven sessions as detailed below. Academic researches, working papers and other contributions are invited for the technical sessions. A few subject areas are specified for the sessions but researchers working in other disciplines may also contribute. The theme 'Bhagavad-Gita' cannot be bound in modern day discipline compartments.

Name of the Session Date & Time Organising Dept. Sub Themes
Inaugural Session Dec 21, 10.30 AM
Technical Session 1 Dec 21, 3.00 PM Institute of Sanskrit & Indological Studies Human Values in Gita and Sustainable Existence
Technical Session 2 Dec 21, 3.00 PM Tourism and Hotel Management Sustainable Approach towards crisis and Response in Tourism
Technical Session 3 Dec 22, 10.00 AM Philosophy Dept Role of Bhagawadgita in Building a Conscious Planet
Technical Session 4 Dec 22, 10.00 AM Sanskrit Pali & Prakrit Importance of Strategic Leadership for Sustainable Development: Bhagawadgita Perspective
Technical Session 5 Dec 22, 10.00 AM University School Of Management Business Challenges and Disruptive Leadership: Insights from Shrimad Bhagawadgita
Technical Session 6 Dec 22, 10.00 AM Commerce Revisiting Bhagawadgita in Times of Covid19 : Lessons for Leadership, Business and Society
Technical Session 7 Dec 23, 10.00 AM English Bhagawadgita and Its Influence on Literatures in English
Valedictory Session Dec 23, 3.00 PM Outcomes of the Seminar

Highlights of the seminar

Renowned international and national scholars and thinkers of Bhagwad-Gita will be part of the seminar.
Seminar shall provide a platform for a dialogue between the past and the present.
Selected Research papers will be published in a book with ISBN number or in a journal with ISSN number that will include researches from different subjects and languages.
The proceedings of seminar can provide a valuable direction for future research and works on Bhagwad-Gita.
The seminar is supported by the Govt. of Haryana and outcomes of discussions shall provide new ideas and way forward for developing Kurukshetra as a land of Bhagwad-Gita.

Who should attend?

Academicians, Researchers, Scholars, Writers, Thinkers, industry experts and Students

Submission Guidelines

Papers on the suggested themes or related themes can be submitted. Full papers shall be 3000-5000 words shall include name(s) of author(s), affiliation, postal and e-mail address. Papers can be written in English/Hindi/Sanskrit. Participants are encouraged to submit the original researches and strictly avoid plagiarism.

Authors are required to submit an abstract of around 300 words by December 10, 2020. Full papers can be submitted by December 15, 2020.

Papers shall follow the style sheets for their respective disciplines as the seminar technical sessions are coordinated by Department of Sanskrit, Department of Tourism and Hotel Management, Department of commerce, Department of Philosophy and University School of Management and papers are expected from Sanskrit, Tourism, Philosophy, Management, Commerce, Law, Environment and Sciences.

Selected papers will be considered for publication in the seminar proceedings.

Contributors shall be informed of acceptance for publication post seminar.

Abstracts and Papers can be submitted to Dr Surjeet Kumar, Communication Incharge Seminar, Department of Tourism and Hotel Management, Kurukshetra University Kurushetra-136118 through email to