- Project of History of Indian Science, Philosophy and Culture
Project of History of Indian science and civilization under the general editorship of Professor D. P. Chattopadhyaya. The series also contains 20 monographs.
Project of History of Indian Science, Philosophy and Culture (PHISPC), is a large-scale literary project supervised and administered by Centre for Studies in Civilizations, under the general editorship of Professor D. P. Chattopadhyaya, and entirely funded by the Ministry of Human Resources and Development. The goal of the project is to publish fifty volumes of books and anthologies, thirty of which will be major volumes, and twenty of which are to be monographs. According to the last update on the projects website, seven volumes and eleven monographs have been published, and in the financial year 2001-02, 7-8 more volumes were to be published, and one monograph.
A Decadal Project aimed at corroborating the Indian traditions (pertaining to the various branches of sciences) with the extant Archaeological Remains of India (dated members) on completion has now been published in Germany, in Sep.2010. This work is entirely Archaeology Based that are in-situ and hence - verifiable. The Book also reports about the whereabouts of 150 Palm leaf manuscripts (iron stylus engraved) of great antiquity; AND, also takes the non-Hindu readers into the store houses of Hindu shrines (considered as almanacs in stone) - that are out of bounds for the non-Hindus. "Indian Ancient Sciences" ISBN -978-3-8383-9027-7; Lap Lambert; Germany. The volumes (with many book parts) are divided thus:
- Conceptual volumes in two parts on Science, Philosophy and Culture edited by D. P. Chattopadhyaya and Ravinder Kumar
- Volume 1. The Dawn and Development of Indian Civilization.
- Part 1. The Dawn of Indian civilization, edited by Govind Chandra Pande
- Part 2. Life, thought and culture in India (from c. 600 BC to c. AD 300) edited by Govind Chandra Pande
- Part 3. India's interaction with Southeast Asia, edited by Govind Chandra Pande
- Part 4. A golden chain of civilization: Indian, Iranian, Semitic, and Hellenic, edited by Govind Chandra Pande
- Part 5. Puranas, History and Itihasa edited by Vidya Niwas Mishra
- Volume 2. Life, Thought and Culture in India (AD 300 -1100)
- Volume 3. Development of Philosophy, Science and Technology in India and Neighbouring Civilizations
- Volume 4. Fundamental Indian Ideas in Physics, Chemistry, Life Sciences and Medicine
- Volume 5. Agriculture in India
- Volume 6. Culture, Language, Literature and Arts
- Volume 7. The Rise of New Polity and Life in Villages and Towns
- Volume 8. Economic History of India
- Volume 9. Colonial Period
- Part 1. Medicine in India: Modern Period, by O.P. Jaggi.
- Volume 10. Towards Independence
- Part 1. Development of Indian philosophy from eighteenth century onwards, by Daya Krishna
- Volume 15. Science pre Independence
- Part 4. Edited by Umadas Gupta 2011
A sub-project in the larger project is Consciousness Science, Society, Value, and Yoga (CONSSAVY) with five planned volumes (each with several books):
- Volume 1. Levels of Reality
- Volume 2. Theories of Natural and Life Sciences
- Volume 3. Natural and Cultural Sciences
- Volume 4. Science, Technology, Philosophy and Yoga
- Volume 5. Yoga
- Volume 1. Philosophy and Culture in Historical Perspective edited by D. P. Chattopadhyaya and Ravinder Kumar
- Volume 2. Some Aspects of India's Philosophical and Scientific Heritage edited by D. P. Chattopadhyaya and Ravinder Kumar
- Volume 3. "Mathematics, Astronomy and Biology in Indian Tradition edited by D. P. Chattopadhyaya and Ravinder Kumar
- Volume 4. "Language, Logic and Science in India edited by D. P. Chattopadhyaya and Ravinder Kumar
- Volume 5. Primal Spirituality of the Vedas: Its Renewal and Renaissance by R. Balasubramanian
- Volume 8. Prolegomena to any Future Historiography of Cultures and Civilizations by Daya Krishna
- Volume 9. Science and Spirituality: A Quantum Integration edited by Amit Goswami and Maggie Goswami
- Volume 13. The Architecture of Knowledge by Subhash Kak
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