Institut für Indologie und Zentralasien- wissenschaften  

Profil

Dr. Sadananda Das
E-Mail: sdas[at]uni-leipzig.de
Tel.: +49 (341) 97 37 132
Fax.: +49(341)97 37 148
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Areas of Interest

Vedic Literature (Atharvaveda), Classical Sanskrit Literature (Kāvyas, Poetries, Dramas, Subhāṣitas), Śilpa Śātras, Kashmir Śaivism, Spoken Sanskrit and Modern Sanskrit Literature

Membership:

Member of International Association of Sanskrit Studies (IASS).

Curriculum Vitae

Place of Birth: Tulasipur, Orissa, India
Father´s Name: Krishnachandra Das
Permanent Address: P.O: Tulasipur, Via: Banki, Dist.: Cuttack, Pin: 754012, Orissa (INDIA)
Present Address: Institute for Indology and Central Asian Studies, University of Leipzig, Schillerstraße 6, 04109 Leipzig, GERMANY

Educational Qualification

  • Ph.D. (Sanskrit) C.A.S.S. University of Pune, Pune   2002  
  • M.A. (Sanskrit)    Dept. of Sanskrit  University of Pune, Pune 1991     
  • B.A./(Śāstrī) S.K.S.V. Puri R.S.S. New Delhi 1989   
  • I.A./Prākśāstrī S.K.S.V. Puri R.S.S. New Delhi 1986   
  • H.S.C. Tulasipur High School Tulasipur, Orissa B.S.E.1984
  • Vedārtha Abhijña  Vedaśāstrottejaka, Sabhā, Pune 1990   
  • German Language course for foreigners University of Vienna, Austria 1996
  • Aufbaustufe I und II (German Language Course) Dept. of Linguistics University of Bern, Switzerland 1998
  • Qualified NET (National Educational Test) conducted by UGC (University Grants Commission, New Delhi, India) in June 1992

Languages Known:

  • Oriya/Odia (mother tongue)
  • Sanskrit
  • Hindi
  • English
  • German (sound knowledge)

Attended Seminars/Conferences/Workshops

National Seminars/Symposiums:

  1. Attended two All India Oriental Conferences held at Pune (1993) and Rohtak (1994) and presented a paper on - ´´Cosmogonic Ideas in the Atharvaveda´´ at the Vedic Session of the Conference at Rohtak, Haryana, India.
  2. Attended a National Seminar on Veda called Rāṣṭriyā Veda Saṃgoṣṭhī held at Jaipur, Rajasthan (2001) and presented a paper on “Sacrifice and its Micro and Macro Cosmic Significance with Special Reference to the Ucchiṣṭa Sūkta”.
  3. Attended a two-day Symposium on Relevance of Śilpa-Śāstra organized by Jñāna- Pravāha – Centre for Cultural Studies, Varanasi, on January 17-18, 2003 and presented a paper on “The Terminology of Orissan Śilpa Śāstras”.
  4. Attended a National Seminar on Indian Intellectual Traditions organized by Sahitya Academy, New Delhi & the Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit, University of Pune, at Pune from 21st to 23rd March 2003 and presented a paper on “A Critical Analysis of some Relevant Cosmological Hymns of the Atharvaveda”.
  5. Attended 42nd All India Oriental Conference held at Sampurnananda Sanskrit University Varanasi from 4th to 6th November 2004 and presented a paper in History Session on "The Town Planning in ancient India according to Saudhikāgama".
  6. Attended a National Seminar on ``Modern Sanskrit Poetry of Odisha´´ and presented a paper on ´Two contemporary poets of modern Sanskrit poetry of Odisha:Banamali Biswal and Gadadhar Dash´, organized by P.G. Department of Sanskrit, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, held on 15th and 16th March 2013.
  7. Attended a National Seminar on ``Gender and Education´´in the Centre for Women´s Studies at Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth, New Delhi and presented a paper on `Gender and Education in relation to the women in India and Germany´, held on 22nd and 23rd March 2013.
  8. Attended a National Seminar on ``Sanskrit for Children´´ organized by SAFIC, Sri Aurobindo Society, Puducherry, India, held on 13th & 14th April 2013 at Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Puducherry, India and presented a paper on ``Sanskrit for Children - With Special Reference to Teaching through Subhāṣitas´´, from Leipzig over Skype.
  9. Attended a Retreat Seminar on Quest for the Absolute: A Study of the Abhinavaguptas´s Parātrīśīkā Vivaraṇa, jointly Organized by Abhinavagupta Research Library and The Theosophical Society, Varanasi from 23rd to 28th Dec. 2011.

International Conferences:

  1. Attended Xth World Sanskrit Conference held at Bangalore (1997) and presented a paper at the Vedic Session ´´The Atharvavedic Skambhasūkta and its connection with the regional tradition of Orissa´´.
  2. Attended XIth World Sanskrit Conference held at Turin, Italy (2000) and presented a paper at the Vedic Session ´´Prāṇasūkta of the Atharvaveda: A Cosmological Approach´´.
  3. Attended an International Seminar on “Mahimā Dharma Reconsidered: New Research Perspectives on Popular Asceticism in Orissa”, at Bhubaneswar, Orissa, (2002) and presented a paper on “The Guru in Bhima Bhoi’s Stuticintāmaṇi”.
  4. Attended XIIth World Sanskrit Conference held at Helsinki, Finland (2003) and presented a paper at the Art and Architecture Session on ´´A Brief Introduction to Saudhikāgama: An Unpublished Sanskrit Text from Orissa on Temple Architecture, Iconography and Town Planning´´.
  5. Attended XIVth World Sanskrit Conference held at Kyoto, Japan, (2009) and presented a paper in section seven, Sanskrit and Regional Languages and Literatures on ´´Spoken Sanskrit: Its past and present´´.
  6. Attended an International Retreat Seminar on Sāmbapañcāśikā: Jointly organized by Abhinavagupta Research Library and Vedandhi, Varanasi from 20th to 24th Feb. 2014.
  7. Attended an International Conference on “The Guru Challenge: Gurus in Literature, Culture and Politics”, organized by the Institute for English literature, University of Leipzig, 4-6 November 2016 and presented a paper on “The Guru in Kashmir Śaivism”. (The paper has been submitted to be published by the organizers of the conference)
  8. Attended XVIIth World Sanskrit Conference held at UBC, Vancouver, Canada, (9th to 13th July 2018) and presented a paper in section Śaivism and Vaiṣṇavism, “Bhakti as a means to Advaita: The Devotee and devotion in Utpaladeva’s Śivastotrāvalī”.

 Attended Workshops:

  1. Attended a workshop on Manuscriptology and Palaeography, organized by Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi in collaboration with and held at Shri Lalbahadur Shastri Vidyapith, New Delhi from 14-5-1994 to 30-5-1994.
  2. Attended a workshop on Manuscriptology and Palaeography, organized by Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi in collaboration with and held at the University of Poona, Pune, Maharashtra, from 03-01-1995 to 23-01-1995.
  3. Attended and organized the first Workshop on “Kashmir Śaivism: Text and Practice”, held at Varanasi from 17th February to 1st March 2003 organized by Trika Interreligious Trust.
  4. Attended and organized the second Workshop on “Kashmir Śaivism: Text and Practice”, held at Varanasi from 10th to 19th March 2004 organized by Trika Interreligious Trust.
  5. Attended and organized the 3rd Workshop on “Kashmir Śaivism: Text and Practice”, held at Varanasi from 1st to 8th February 2005 organized by Trika Interreligious Trust.
  6. Attended and organized the 4th Workshop on “Kashmir Śaivism: Text and Practice”, held at Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies, Sarnath, Varanasi from 5th to 16th March 2006 organized by Trika Interreligious Trust Varanasi.
  7. Attended and organized the 5th Workshop on “Kashmir Śaivism: Text and Practice”, held at Saṃvidālaya, Abhinavagupta Research Library, Varanasi from 12th to 21st Feb. 2007 organized by Trika Interreligious Trust Varanasi.
  8. Attended and organized the 6th Workshop on “Kashmir Śaivism: Text and Practice”, held at Colonel´s Resort, Bir, Himachal Pradesh, from 19th to 28th Sept. 2008 organized by Abhinavagupta Research Library & Trika Interreligious Trust Varanasi.

Teaching Experience:

  1. Taught many Intensive Courses on spoken Sanskrit in various schools, colleges and Universities in different parts of India during the period from 1986 to 1989 under the auspices of Lokabhāṣā Pracāra Samiti, Puri, Orissa.
  2. Taught an Intensive Course on spoken Sanskrit at the Seminar für Indologie, Universität Tübingen, Germany, in the Winter Semester, 1996.
  3. Taught three Intensive courses on spoken Sanskrit in the Faculty of Letters, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, in April-May 1999; April-May 2000; and October 2004.
  4. Taught seventeen Sanskrit Summer School courses with teaching of spoken Sanskrit (each course for four weeks, six days a week and six hours a day) in the Department of Classical Indology, South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg, Germany, September 2000, August 2001, September 2002, August 2003, August 2004, August 2005, August 2006, August 2007, August 2008, August 2009, August 2010, August 2011, August 2012, August 2013, August 2014, August 2015 and August 2016.
  5. Taught an Advanced Sanskrit Summer School course with teaching of spoken Sanskrit (for three weeks), in Facolta di lettere e filosofia, University of Florence, Florence, Italy, September 2003.
  6. Taught a Winter School in Advanced Spoken Sanskrit - III organized by the Department of Classical Indology, South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg, in collaboration with Jñāna Pravāha, Centre for Cultural Studies, at Varanasi, India, January 2005 (for three weeks).
  7. Taught three Summer Schools in Spoken Sanskrit, in the Faculty of Asian Studies, at the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, February 2006, February 2009 and 2016 (each time for two weeks).
  8. Taught two Advanced Workshops on spoken Sanskrit for M.A.; Ph. D. students, research scholars and university teachers  (each time for two weeks), in DEVAVĀṆĪ, Centre for Sanskrit Studies, Barcelona, Spain, September 6-19, 2010, September 5-19 2011.
  9. Taught the 3rd Advanced Spoken Sanskrit Course at Shadvala, Centre for Sanskrit Studies, Narve, Goa, India, from 11th Feb. to 1st March 2013 (for three weeks) organized by Department of Classical Indology, South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg, Germany.
  10. Taught a short term certificate course on “Learning Sanskrit Language” for six weeks from 12th Feb to 28th March 2015 at Sanchi University of Buddhist-Indic Studies, Bhopal, India.
  11. Taught one “Workshop on Spoken Sanskrit” at the Yoga Federation at Kiev, Ukraine, from 14 - 28 March 2016.
  12. Taught one “Workshop on Spoken Sanskrit and Bhagavadgītā” at the Yoga Federation at Kharkiv, Ukraine, from 25th Feb. – 3rd March 2018.
  13. Taught two courses on Conversational Sanskrit at Bhāratīya Vidyā Bhavan, London, U.K, for two weeks each from 13th to 25th of March 2017 and from 10th to 25th March 2018. 
  14. Teaching Summer School courses in Spoken Sanskrit at the institute of Indology and Central Asian studies, Leipzig University, Germany, from 2017 onwards.

Research Experience:

  1. Worked as a Junior Research Fellow in Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Varanasi, from 15th April 1993 to 14th April 1996.
  2. Worked as a Research Assistant in Alice Boner Institute, Varanasi from January 1997 to 2002, as a Research Officer since January 2003 till 31st March 2005.

Talks delivered:

  1. Delivered a Talk on “Spoken Sanskrit in Contemporary India”, in the Department of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, on 2nd of March 2009.
  2. Delivered a Talk on “Spoken Sanskrit in contemporary India and abroad”, in the Institute of Indology, University of Tuebingen, Germany on 17th June 2010.
  3. Gave a week-end Seminar on “Indian Spirituality”, with teaching of Vijñānabhairava Tantra with Meditation practice in the Protestant Academy (Evangelische Akademie), Hofgeismar, Germany, from 7th to 9th December 2012.
  4. Delivered Dr. Shastry Memorial Lecture on the topic “The Greatness of Sanskrit” at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, London, U.K. on 11.03.2017.
  5. Delivered Chetana Lecture 2017 on “Why study Sanskrit”, in the Maclaren Hall at Chetana Foundation, A Charity supporting the Study and Teaching of Sanskrit across the world, 11 Mandeville Place W1U3AJ, London, U.K. on 26.03.2017.
  6. Delivered a Talk on “Can Sanskrit be a Spoken Language” followed by a Workshop in the Embassy of India, Berlin, on 08.06.2017.
  7. Delivered a Talk on “The place of Sanskrit as a spoken Language in Modern India”, at the Indian Association, Hannover, on 08.09.2017.
  8. Delivered a Talk on “The Importance of Sanskrit language and Literature: Where can I study Sanskrit in Germany”, at the Indian Association, Chemnitz, on 18.11.2017. 

Scholarships/ Fellowships/ Visits/ Awards:

  1. Gold Medal in Shastri (B.A.) from Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi, 1989.
  2. Visited Institute of Indology, University of Vienna from 16th April to 13th August 1996 and attended a German Language Course for Foreigners at the University Language Department from 15th April to 14th June 1996.
  3. Received a Scholarship from German Academic Exchange Service (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst), Bonn, Germany, to visit the Seminar für Indologie, Universität Tübingen, from 15th September to 15th December 1996.
  4. Received the Award of the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany for best language teaching for the year 2004. This was awarded for the teaching of my Summer School in Spoken Sanskrit, a special course for four weeks at the Department of Classical Indology, South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg, Germany.

Previous Positions:

  1. Worked as a Junior Research Fellow in Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Varanasi, from 15th April 1993 to 14th April 1996.Visiting Lecturer in Sanskrit Language in the Institute of Religious Studies, University of Bern, Switzerland, in the Winter Semester 1997/98 and Summer Semester 1998. (for one year).
  2. Visiting Lecturer for teaching Oriya language at the Department of Classical Indology, South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg, Germany, in the Summer Semester 2000.
  3. Worked as a Research Assistant in Alice Boner Institute, Varanasi from January 1997 to 2002, as a Research Officer since January 2003 till 31st March 2005.

I have been promoting Sanskrit language, literature, Indian philosophy and especially spoken Sanskrit since 1986, which began in Odisha, extended to other states of India and since 1996, I have been teaching it in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Ukraine, Australia and United Kingdom. During all these years, I have taught more than forty-five summer schools in and outside India. Outside India more than 600 participants from as many as 40 countries have taken part in my summer schools and practiced Sanskrit as a spoken language.  

Present Position:

  • From 22nd of April 2005 working as a Lecturer in Sanskrit in the Institute of Indology and Central Asian Studies at the University of Leipzig, Germany.

Publications

Papers in Refereed National Journals:

  1. Pṛthivīsūkta of the Atharvaveda: A Study, in the Journal of Ganganath Jha Kendriya Sanskrit Vidyapith, Vol. LVI, Jan.-Dec., part 1-4, 2000, Allahabad 2003, pp. 235-248.
  2. Spoken Sanskrit: It´s Past and Present: in the Journal of Ganganath Jha Campus, (LXVI 1-4), gen. Ed. R.V. Tripathi, eds. S. Jha and B. Biswal, Jan.-Dec. 2010, Allahabad 202, pp 147-162. (ISSN: 0377-0575)
  3. Sanskrit for Children – With Special Reference to Teaching through Subhāṣitas: in the Journal of Ganganath Jha Campus, Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, Allahabad, Volume 69, Jan.- Dec. 2013, pp. 331-335. (ISSN: 0377-0575)

Papers in Refereed International Journals:

  1. Prāṇasūkta of the Atharvaveda (XI. 4): A Cosmological Approach: in Bāli-Prajñā, Chief Editor, Subash Chandra Dash, International Journal of Indology and Culture, Bali Sanskrit Institute and University of Mahendradatta, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia, Volume 2, Number 1, 2013, pp. 16-29. (ISSN: 2301-2709)

Papers in Nationally Edited Books:

  1. Cosmology in the Atharvaveda: A Brief Survey, in Harihara Śatadalam, Dr. Harihara Jha Felicitation Volume, Allahabad, 2000, Part II, pp. 15-31.
  2. The Atharvavedic Skambhasūkta and its connection with the regional tradition of Orissa in: New Dimensions in the Atharvaveda (Prof. K. C. Acharya Commemoration Volume), ed. by Prafulla K.Mishra, Pratibha Prakashan, New Delhi, 2003, pp. 174-188. (ISBN: 81-7702-025-0)
  3. Sacrifice and its Micro and Macrocosmic Significance with Special Reference to the Ucchiṣṭasūkta, in: Facets of Indology (M. M. Damodar Mohapatra Shastri Commemoration Volume, ed. by Subash Chandra Dash, Pratibha Prakashan, Delhi, 2005, pp. 59-69. (ISBN: 81-7702-098-6)
  4. Terminology of Orissan Śilpa Śāstras, in: SAHṚDAYA, Studies in Indian and South East Asian Art (Dr. R. Nagaswamy Felicitation Volume), ed. by B. Bäumer, D. Handa, R. N. Misra, and C. Prapandvidya, Tamil Arts Academy (series- 12, November), Chennai, 2006, pp. 267 – 286.
  5. A Brief Introduction to Saudhikāgama: An Unpublished Sanskrit Text on Temple Architecture, Iconography and Town Planning, from Orissa, in: Script and Image, Papers on Art and Epigraphy, ed. By A. Gail,  J. R. Gerd Mevissen, and R. Salomon, Papers of the 12th World Sanskrit Conference, Helsinki, Finland, 13-18 July 2003, Vol. 11.1, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd. Delhi, 2006, pp. 99-109. (ISBN: 81-208-2944-1)
  6. Significance of Kāma in Vedic Cosmogony: With Special Reference to the Atharvaveda, in: Nyāya Vasiṣṭha, Prof. V. N. Jha Felicitation Volume, ed. by Manabendu Banarjee, Sanskrit Pustak Bhandar, Kolkata, 2006, pp. 9-17.
  7. The Guru in Bhima Bhoi’s Stuticintāmaṇi, Popular Religion and Ascetic Practices, New Studies on Mahimā  Dharma, ed. by Ishita Banerjee-Dube & Johannes Beltz, Manohar Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi, 2008, pp. 117-130. (ISBN: 81-7304-756-1)
  8. “Pūrṇatā-pratyabhijñā, The Recognition of Fullness of M. M. Ācārya Rameshvar Jha, An introduction”, in: “Tantrapuṣpāñjali”, Tantric Traditions and Philosophy of Kashmir, Studies in Memory of Pt. H. N. Chakravarty, edited by Bettina Bäumer and Hamsa Stainton, published by Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi and Aryan Books International, New Delhi, 2017, pp. 271-287. (ISBN: 978-81-7305-590-4)

Papers in Internationally Edited Books:

  1. The Vedic notion of Skambha: With Special Reference to the Skambhasūktas of the Atharvaveda: in From Turfan to Ajanta, Festschrift for Prof. Dr. Dieter Schlingloff, ed. by. Prof. Eli. Franco and Prof. Monika Zin, Vol. I, Lumbini International Research Institute, Bhairahawa, Rupandehi, Nepal, 2010, pp. 169-182. (ISBN: 978-9937-553-02-5)
  2. Spoken Sanskrit Today: in Sanskrit Review, ed. By Martin Bloomfield, published by the St. James International Sanskrit Examination Resource Society, London, No. 3 August 2011, pp. 38-45.
  3. Spoken Sanskrit: it´s Past: in Sanskrit Review, ed. By Martin Bloomfield, published by the St. James International Sanskrit Examination Resource Society, London, No. 4 August 2012, pp. 18-30.

Stories

  1. Saṃskāra: An Oriya story translated into Sanskrit: published in:   Kathāsarit, 5th Issue, ed. By Banamali Biswal and Narayana Dash, Allahabad, 2007.
  2. Rumpelstilzchen: A German Fairy tale of Grimm Brothers, translated into Sanskrit: published in: Kathāsarit, Viśvakathāviśeṣāṅka, 13th-14th Issue, ed by Banamali Biswal and Narayan Dash, Allahabad, 2012.
  3. A Story translated from Odia into Sanskrit, titled “Brāhmaṇa-śaṭhacatuṣṭaya-kathā”, A Brahmin and four Rogers, published in Saṃskṛta Pratibhā, Sahitya Akademi´s Quarterly Journal, Vol. 51, April 2014 - June 2014, ed. by Radhavallabh Tripathi, Published by Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi, India. (ISSN: 0558-376)  

Book Review

  1. Saṅgamenābhirāmā of Dr. Banamali Biswal, pp. 12+68, 1st edition, 1996: in Dṛk, Chief Editor, G. C. Pande, Editors, S. K. Mishra, B. Biswal, Dṛgbhāratī, Allahabad, July-Dec. 1999, pp. 117-120.
  2. Grundkurs Sanskrit: Eine Einführung in die Sprache der altindischen Erzählliteratur, by Otter, Felix, Bremen: Hempen Verlag, 2017, (ISBN 978-3-944312-44-6): in Asiatische Studien Etudes Asiatiques, Zeitschrift der Schweizerischen Asiengesellschaft Revue de la Societe Suisse-Asie, Editor of the Issue Malinar, Angilika, Editor in cheaf, Suter, Rafael, De Gruyter, pp. 685-691. (ISSN 0004-4717. E-ISSN 2235-5871).

Books:

  1. Subhāsita-Mañjarī: (A Selection of hundred Subhāsitas from Sanskrit Literature with English translation), Allahabad, 2001, Revised edition, Allahabad, 2004, 3rd revised edition 2008, 4th revised edition 2015. (ISBN: 978-81-920654-1-0)
  2. Śilpa Prakāśa: Medieval Orissan Sanskrit Text on Temple Architecture, Revised, translated, and edited with, Bettina Baeumer and R. P. Das, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts and Motilal Banarsidass (P) Ltd., Delhi, 2005. ( ISBN: 81-208-2052-5)
  3. Sāmarasya: Studies in Indian Arts, Philosophy and Interreligious Dialogue in Honour of Prof. Bettina Bäumer, edited with Dr. Ernst Fürlinger, D. K. Printworld, New Delhi, 2005. (ISBN: 81-246-0338-3)
  4. Bhima Bhoi: Verses from the Void, Mystic Poetry of an Oriya Saint, collaborated with the editors Bettina Bäumer and Johannes Beltz, Manohar Publishers, New Delhi 2010, (ISBN 978-81-7304-813-5).
  5. The Charter of Viṣṇuṣeṇa: with Harald Wiese, Studia Indologica Universitatis Halensis, Band 11, Universitätsverlag Halle-Wittenberg UG, 2019. (ISBN 978-3-86977-194-6)
  6. Paśyantī - Insights into Indian Traditions, Selected articles of Bettina Bäumer, (Edited), will be published by Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, and D.K. Printworld, New Delhi. (Forthcoming)

Interviews (related to my teaching) Published in the News Papers:

  1. Das gibt´s wirklich: Comics auf Sanskrit, in Rein Necker Zeitung, Donnerstag, Germany, 30th August 2001. (German daily news paper).
  2. Die Korrekt-Zähler, in Die Zeit, No. 6, Page. 80, Germany, 2. February 2006. (German newspaper)
  3. Alive and well (in Study-abroad), in The Telegraph, Calcutta, India, Wednesday, July 19, 2006. (Indian English daily news paper)

letzte Änderung: 13.05.2019 

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