WORKSHOP> An International Workshop on the ‘Compound section of the Kaśikāvṛtti and Cāndravṛtti’

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An International Workshop on the ‘Compound section of the Kaśikāvtti and Cāndravtti

offered by Department of Pali, SPPU

under the Khyentse Foundation Visiting Professorship Program

The Kāśikāvtti composed by Jayāditya and Vāmana is a commentary on Pāṇini’s Aṣṭādhāyi. The pādas 1 & 2 of the second adhyāya of the Aṣṭādhayi deal with compounds. The same topic has been dealt with by Candragomin in the second pāda of the second adhyāya of his Śabdalakana, which is popularly known as Cāndravyākaraa. Prof. Dr. Saroja Bhate, a renowned Sanskrit grammarian of international repute and the Khyentse foundation Visiting Professor will conduct a workshop on the comparative reading of the Samāsa section of Kāśikāvtti and Cāndravtti during the tenure of her visiting professorship (15th April to 14th June 2021).

Participants who are interested in this topic should register their names (along with their e-mail Id) with HOD office or by email to hodpali@unipune.ac.in on or before 17th April 2021. (The workshop can be attended online) There is a registration fee of INR 3000/- for the participants, who are not current students of the Savitribai Phule Pune University. No fee is however applicable to the current students of the University. Registration is mandatory for all the participants. An e-certificate will be provided to the participants on the successful completion of the workshop with at least 70% of attendance.

Workshop Details

The workshop will begin on Tuesday, 20th April 2021 from 4.30 to 6.30 pm IST.

From the following week the workshop will be conducted on every Monday and Saturday until 14th June 2021 at 04:30 pm to 06:30 pm IST

Venue: Department of Pali, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune - 07

Link and payment details (if applicable) for online attendees will be sent to their registered email address.

- Prof. Mahesh Deokar, HoD, Deparment of Pali, SPPU

Categories: Lecture
Keywords: pali