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Editor. (2015). Editorial. Dev Sanskriti Interdisciplinary International Journal, 5, 71-72. Retrieved from http://dsiij.dsvv.ac.in/index.php/dsiij/article/view/192


The journal that brings together the studies of interdisciplinary domains, science and spirituality, Indic and modem streams of learning is again presented from Dev Sanrkriti Vishwavidyalaya. Born out of a unique vision of the groundbreaking scholar  and  great  visionary,  Pandit  Shriram Sharma Acharaya, Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya is an educational  institution  to mould its students into noble and enlightened human beings; selfless, warm-hearted,     compassionate    and    kind individuals. Along with excellent domain focused approach,   categorical   excellence   and  a  widely knitted  outreach  connect,  the  University  aims  to build individuals with spirituality  as their locus of control and help them excel holistically through meticulously designed  curriculums  and  dedicated faculty.

One of the primary objectives of the University is to provide education and conduct research in the disciplines of Vedic Culture (Dev Sanskriti) and to provide a proper blend of science and spirituality.

Every  time,  through  our Journal,  we present  you  a  collection  of  research  papers  and studies that addresses and expresses the new dimensions  of  interdisciplinary research.  In this new year, we wish all our readers a wonderful and bright  future and  bring  together  a  fresh  attempt with the 5th volume of DEV SANSKRIT!: International Interdisciplinary Journal.

The Journal carries not only some research studies, but also tries to convey a strong message; we all are researchers in some way or the other, finding answers to the unsolved mysteries of life, figuring out the ultimate purpose of our life and all together evolve from the present state of consciousness   to   the  next   higher   up.   In this journey those who are keen observers and have an observer's eye, progress faster.

This issue caters to a variety of interdisciplinary combinations  ranging  from  Ideal Leadership  to Leninism,  from Yoga  to Ayurveda, from Thought revolution to Quality of Life, from Yoga to Women Entrepreneurship,      from Environmental    issues   to   the   present   state   of mother  Ganga  and  the  solutions  offered  as Thought  Transformation by Yugrishi  Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya.

While Onkar N Tiwari presses the pulse of environmental sustainability and very touchingly expresses his concern on conservation of natural resources  and  the  hazards  being  created  due  to human intervention and therefore proposes a theological implication of environmental ecology, especially  at a time when the external regulatory mechanisms have failed to deliver any result, Devendra P Mishra takes an intersting dig in the conceptual understanding of poisonous and non poisonous leeches in Ayurveda. A rare attempt has been  done  by   Vikrant   Sehgal  in  studying   the famous  writing  of  Arundhati  Roy,  'The  God  of Small   Things',  where   he  strikes   the  notes   of Leninism and Collectivism.

Restraining and protecting the adolescence age from actions induced by libidinal impulses is not only an important study but also a noble contribution. What kind of results can be achieved through yogic intervention was studied by Parul Agrawal under the guidance of Dr. Pranav Pandya.

Women entrepreneurship is an important area of effort and therefore the journal offers space to   Tejvir   S.   Tomar's effort on studying the diversity in women entrepreneurship. Our international contribution comes from the efforts of Carly Carritore from the USA, who shares her grief towards the environmental injustice towards mother Ganga an offering a Vedic solution to it.

Pragya Singh and Deepak Singh explored the present day problems and examined the root cause behind them. They derived that the fall in the thinking and values are at the base of each problem and therefore proposed 'thought transformation' to be the solution.

Gayatri Gurvendra and Amrit Gurvendra studied the effect of  Om  chanting  and Nadishodhan pranayam on the mental health of students   while   Amal   Kr Dutta   and   Yogendra Singh studied the effect of yogic interventions on Drisht-vaishamya (Astigmatism). Authors Krishna Jhare and Megha Pal studied the leadership capabilities of    Yugrishi Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya and the impact being created by the movement he has stirred up through changing the thoughts of people.

We  heartily  congratulate  and  thank  to  the reviewers  and  all  the  contributors.     Hope, this issue of Journal will inspire and generate interest among researchers, educators, policy makers and professionals to understand the significance of Indigenous Knowledge in present era.  We  also thank  all  the  readers  and  seek  your  feedback  to make the journal  a more  effective  vehicle  in the field of Indigenous  knowledge. Enjoy reading and enrich yourself. Have a wonderful year ahead.




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