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Department of Pali and Buddhist Studies

1)    Deokar, M. (2023). Pali Language and Literature. In G.N. Devy(Eds.), The Indians Histories of a Civilization (pp.202-207). New Delhi, India: Aleph Book Company. ISBN: 9789395853095.
2)    देवकर, महेश (2023). प्रस्तावना. In ग. व. तगारे(संपा.), पाली साहित्याचा इतिहास (pp.१-११). पुणे, भारत: मिहाना पब्लिकेशन्स. ISBN: ९७८८१९६४५५३१६.
3)    Deokar, M. (2022). Complementarity of Method and Wisdom. In B. Kumar(Eds.), Dhamma-Anusilana: Investigating the Buddhist Traditions (pp.25-40). New Delhi, India: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.. ISBN: 9788124611166.
4)    Deokar, M. (2021). Introduction to the Book. In Thich Nhuan Duc dich(Eds.), Nguphap Pali : A practical Grammar of the Pali language (pp.17-19). Vietnam: Coung ty co phan sach thai ha. ISBN: 9786047798827.
5)    Deokar, M. (2021). Life of the Buddha : A Socially Engaged Narrative. In L. M. Deokar(Ed.), संकथा (pp.165-197). Pune, India: Department of Pali and Buddhist Studies amd Deshna Institute of Buddhist and Allied Studeis. ISBN: 9788194538790.
6)    देवकर, महेश (2021). अभिप्राय. In ल.म. जोशी(संपा.), बुद्ध आगळा वेगळा (Discerning the Buddha) (pp.११-२४). कजरत, रायगड: महानाग सक्यमुनी विज्जसन प्रकाशन.
7)    Deokar, M.A. (2020). Buddha and Ambedkar on caste: A comparative overview. In P. Gokhale(Ed.), Classical Buddhism, Neo-Buddhism and the Question of Caste. India: Taylor and Francis. ISBN: 9781003045090.
8)    Deokar, M. (2020). Faith in Ideology Versus Academic Rationality: A Case Study. In O. Almogi(Ed.), Birds as Ornithologists Scholarship between Faith ad Reason: Intra-and Inter-disciplinary Perspectives (pp.381-394). Hamburg: Department of Indian and Tibetan Studies, Universitat of Hamburg. ISBN: 9783945151075.
9)    Deokar, M. (2020). Introduction. Buddhaghosa (Bimala Churn Law) (pp.VII-XX). Mumbai, India: The Asiatic Society of Mumbai. ISBN: 9788193470954.
10)    पाटील, दिपाली (2020). स्त्री शिक्षणाच्या उद्गात्या: प्रजापती गोतमी व सावित्रीबाई फुले. In A. Malik(Eds.), Women of Achievement: An Inspiration (pp.211-222). Mumbai: Nav Vishnu Publications. ISBN: 9789385218552.
11)    Deokar, M. (2019). A Study of Classical Languages With Special Reference to the Neo-Buddhists Studying Pali. In Thich Nhat Tu(Ed.), Buddhist Ethical Education (pp.169-178). Vietnam: Hong Duc Publishing House. ISBN: 9786048986261.
12)    Deokar, M. (2017). A Comparative Study of the Paninian Grammar and the Three Grammars of Pali. In B. Kumar(Ed.), Pariyatti : Studies in Pali Linguage and Literature. New Delhi, India: Aditya Prakashan. ISBN: 9788177421637.
13)    Deokar, M. (2017). Paticcasamuppada and Grammar. In K. Sankarnarayan(Eds.), Pratityasamutpada: Dependent Origination (pp.53-63). Mumbai, India: Somaiya Publications Pvt. Ltd.. ISBN: 9788170392668.
14)    Deokar, M.A. (2017). The Cāndravyākaraṇapañjikā: An Important Tool for the Study of the Moggallānavutti-vivaraṇapañcikā. In V. Vergiani(Eds.), Indic Manuscript Cultures through the Ages: Material, Textual, and Historical Investigations: 14 (Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 14) (pp.696-726). United States: De Gruyter. ISBN: 9783110543094.
15)    Deokar, M. (2017). The Cāndravyākaraṇapañjikā: An Important Tool for the Study of the Moggallānavuttivivaraṇapañcikā. A Case Study Based on a Cambridge Fragment of the Cāndravyākaraṇapañjikā with Special Reference to CV 2.2.1 and MV 3.1. In V. Vergiani(Eds.), Indic Manuscript Cultures through the Ages: Material, Textual, and Historical Investigations (pp.695-726). Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. ISBN: 9783110543094.
16)    Deokar, M., Deokar, L., Bahulkar,S. (2016). Grammatical Discussions in Sakyaraksita's Vrttamala(stuti)vivrti. In M. Hahn(Eds.), Vṛttamālāstuti of Jñānaśrīmitra with Śākyarakṣita's Vṛttamālā(stuti)vivṛti (pp.144-187). Pune and New Delhi, India: Deshana and Aditya Prakashan. ISBN: 9788177421613.
17)    Kumar, U. (2016). Pāli Nīti Sāhītya: Eka Paricaya. In D. Jain(Eds.), Śramaṇadharma-vimarśa: Different Aspects of Buddhisim (In Honour of Prof. N. H. Samtani) (pp.09-26). Delhi, India: B. R. Publishing . ISBN: 9789380852614.
18)    Deokar, M. (2014). Role of Personality in the Practice of Meditation. In B. Analayo (Ed.), Buddhist Meditation Traditions: Comparison and Dialogue (pp.80-105). Taiwan: Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts. ISBN: 9789575987145.
19)    Deokar, M. (2012). Buddhism in India: Past, Present and Future. In O. Abenayake (Eds.), 2600 Years of Sambuddhatva: Global Journey of Awakening (pp.47-84). Colombo, Sri Lanka: Ministry of Buddha Sasana and religious Affairs. ISBN: 9789559349334.
20)    Deokar, M., Aklujkar, A. (2012). Ideology and Language Identity: a Buddhist Perspective. In C. Watanabe(Eds.), Samskrta-sadhuta Goodness of Sanskrit (pp.37-53). New Delhi, India: D.K. Printworld (P) LTD. ISBN: 9788124606315.
21)    Deokar, M., Bahulkar, S.S. (2012). Language and Identity: A Buddhist Perspective. In Y. Honda(Eds.), Saṁskṛta-sādhutā: Goodness of Sanskrit Studies in Honour of Professor Ashok N. Aklujkar (pp.37-53). New Delhi, India: D.K. Print World. ISBN: 9788124606315.
22)    Deokar, M. (2012). Some Probable Sanskrit Sources of the Pali Grammarians with Special Reference to Aggavaṁsa. In Y. Honda(Eds.), Saṁskṛta-sādhutā: Goodness of Sanskrit Studies in Honour of Professor Ashok N. Aklujkar (pp.150-171). New Delhi, India: D.K. Print World. ISBN: 9788124606315.
23)    Deokar, M. (2012). Textual Sources of the Vipassanā Meditation with Special Reference to the Meditation Technique Introduced . In S.A. Joshi(Eds.), Buddhist Meditation: Texts, Tradition and Practice. Mumbai, India: Somaiya Publications. ISBN: 9788170392859.
24)    Deokar, M. (2012). Textual Sources of Vipassana Meditation With Special Reference to the Meditation Technique Introduced by S. N. Goenka. In K. Sankarnarayan(Eds.), Buddhist Meditation: Texts, Tradition And Practice (pp.3-17). Mumbai, India: Somaiya Publications Pvt. Ltd. ISBN: 9788170392859.
25)    Deokar, M. (2012). The State of Buddhism in India: Past, Present and Future. In A.Tilakaratne(Eds.), 2600 years of Sambuddhatva : Global journey of awakening (pp.47-84). Sri Lanka: Ministry of Buddhasasana and Religious Affairs, Government of Sri Lanka. ISBN: 9789559349334.
  

Publications Before 2011


26)    देवकर, महेश (2009). Language and Social Justice: A Buddhist Perspective. In भट, श्रीपाद (संपा), श्रीनिधी: (pp.२९१-३०७). पुणे, भारत: Samvidya Institute of Cultural Studies.
27)    Deokar, M. (2009). Niggahita: Theory and Practice. In B. Labh(Eds.), The Ocean Buddhist Wisdom-Vol. 4 (pp.1-6). Delhi, India: New Bharatiya Book Corporation. ISBN: 9788183151191.
28)    Deokar, M. (2009). The Treatment of Compounds in the Moggallāna Vyākarana vis-à-vis Cāndra Vyākaraṇa. In B. Labh(Eds.), The Ocean Buddhist Wisdom-Vol. 4 (pp.7-16). Delhi, India: New Bharatiya Book Corporation. ISBN: 9788183151191.