Teacher Details

Ujjwal Kumar

Department of Pali

ujjwal_bhikhu@yahoo.co.in

Research Areas : Pali Niti Literature, Pali Kavya Literature


ResearchGate Profile

1)    कुमार, उ. (2018). बौद्ध धर्म क्या है?. Prajna: The Wisdom, २० (), ६५-६९.
2)    Kumar, U. (2017). Abhidhammic Understanding of the Buddha. Maha Bodhi, 124 (1), 60-65. ISSN(print/online): 0025-0406.
3)    Kumar, U. (2017). Sahityeitihas Ka Gaurav Granth. Banasjan, 6, 10-15.
4)    Ujjwal Kumar (2017). Lokanīti: Method of Adaption and New Vocabulary. Buddhist Studies Review, 34 (1), 85-114. ISSN(print/online): 0265-2897/1747-9681.
5)    Kumar, U. (2017). Pali Canakyaniti: Paricaya evam Patha. Dharmadoot, 83, 207-233. ISSN(print/online): 2347-3428.
6)    Kumar, U. (2017). Nīti Literature: A forgotten Branch of History of Pāli Literature. Journal of the Asiatic Society, LIX (3), 33-58. ISSN(print/online): 0368-3303.
7)    कुमार, उ. (2017). प्रथम बौद्ध संगीति : वृद्ध प्रव्रजित सुभद्द के आलोक में. इतिहास, (), ८७-११०.
8)    Kumar, U. (2016). Maharahaniti : Eka Paricaya. Dharmadoot, 82, 223-255. ISSN(print/online): 2347-3428.
9)    Kumar, U. (2015). A Note on Vinaya and Extant Vinaya-Piṭaka-s. Maha Bodhi, 122, 94-106. ISSN(print/online): 0025-0406.
10)    Kumar, U. (2014). Lokanīti: Eka Paricaya. Dharmadoot, 63-77. ISSN(print/online): 2347-3428.
11)    Ujjwal Kumar (2014). Ground of Saṅghabheda: Division or Spilt of the Saṅgha. Pāli-Prākṛita-Anuśīlana: A bi-annual Journal of Pāli and Prākṛita Literature and Language, 60-65. ISSN(print/online): 2349-3097.
12)    Ujjwal Kumar. (2014). Dhammanīti: Eka Paricaya. Dharmadoot, 80, 213-224. ISSN(print/online): 2347-3428.
13)    Kumar, U. (2014). Cāṇakyanīti-Pāli (CnP): A Pāli Translation of Sanskrit Cāṇakya-sāra-saṃgraha. Journal of Buddhist Studies, XII, 275-297.
14)    Kumar, U. (2013). Anti Caste Slogan: Gotama's reference to foreign customs. Dharmadoot, 11-20. ISSN(print/online): 2347-3428.
15)    Kumar, U. (2013). Remarks on astronomical ideas in Pāli literature. International Journal of Religion and Culture, 27, 1-8.
16)    Kumar, U. (2013). Buddhism, world peace and Religiously Motivated Violence. International Journal of Religion and Culture, 26,