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Course on Indian intellectual traditions

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KOCHI, MAY 25. A two-week residential course on Indian intellectual traditions (Navya Nyaya and Purva Mimamsa) was launched today at the Chinmaya International Foundation, Veliyanad, near here. Nearly 50 research scholars from across the country are attending the course, which is being led by V.N. Jha and Ujjwala Jha from Pune University's Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit. The course will conclude on June 5.

K. Vikraman Nair, Registrar, Mahatma Gandhi University, inaugurated the programme. In his introductory talk, V.N. Jha, director, Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit, University of Pune, said that modern science has grown beyond culturePresiding over the function, the Acharya of Chinmaya International Foundation, Swami Advayananda, said purification of the mind should be the aim of knowledge. Sarala Suresh, research associate at the Foundation, welcomed the gathering. Shantha Balakrishnan, chief sevak, proposed a vote of thanks.

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