Annette Schmiedchen, who is among the conveners of the section “History, Art and Architecture, Epigraphy” of the next World Sanskrit Conference, to be hosted in Canberra in January 2021, encourage DHARMA team-members to send abstracts for this or any other section or special panel.
Recipe for a successful archaeological mission at Mahasthangarh in Bangladesh Use-by date: from 27 October until 22 December 2019
A blogpost by Coline LEFRANCQ
- 1 amazing archaeological site
- 1 excavation house close to the Museum of Mahasthangarh
- 4 bodyguards to take care of the excavation house (Jumilla, Joana, Polash, Massud)
- 4 local experts in pottery management (Ashraful, Zulfikar, Rizaul, Shopikul)
- 44 very dedicated workers masters of the pickaxes and trowels
- 1 boro boss Bangladeshi
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The University of Toronto Mississauga is pleased to announce the 2020 SUMMER SCHOOL IN SOUTH ASIAN EPIGRAPHY from May 28th to June 1st.
The theme of this year 5-day summer school is the sanskrit epigraphical ecumene.
DHARMA is please to announce that a new seminar “Being a Humanist in the digital age” curated by Giulia Buriola and Csaba Kiss will be held at the University of Naples L’Orientale.
DHARMA is pleased to announce that Amrita Darshanam — International Centre for Spiritual Studies — is organizing a three-day workshop on “Textual Criticism” from 14-16 February, 2020, in Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore.
“For the dharma (pious act)”
Uttiramērūr, Vaikuṇṭhaperumāḷ Temple, 9th c.
Photo by Emmanuel Francis 2019
On August 27, 2019, Emmanuel Francis visited the Śaiva temple complex at Tiruvoṟṟiyūr திருவொற்றியூர் (13°09’39.60″N, 80°17’56.30″E; Figs. 1‒2), in the North of Chennai (ex-Madras). The temple-site is one of the richest in inscriptions in the region, with no less than 200 inscriptions.