Video Lecture Series

SERIES I: Sanskriti

The CPJD video lecture series is intended to educate the general public regarding fundamental and contemporary issues of the society. It is an attempt to form a video library for future generation to define fundamental semantics. The 'SANSKRITI' video lecture series screens the varied dimensions of Nepalese culture in lens of Prof. Yubaraj Sangroula. There are six episodes in this video lecture series: 
 

 

SERIES II: Nationalism

The 'Nationalism' video lecture series screens the development of concept of nationalism in varied contexts and need of re-defining nationalism in modern society. This lecture is given by Assoc. Prof. Pranab Kharel who is faculty at Kathmandu School of Law. There are four episodes in this video lecture series:

Episode 1: Conceptual Development of ‘Nationalism’.

Episode 2: Factors in Growth of Modern Nationalism.

Episode 3: Nationalism in Nepal.

Episode 4: Redefining Nationalism in Nepal.

 

SERIES III: Philosophy

The 'Philosophy' video lecture series screens the concept of philosophy in Eastern society. Understanding the need of promotion of the eastern philosophy in the academic discourses where it is estranged, unacknowledged and untried in comparison to other philosophies of the world, this video lecture series focuses on excavating the historical, political and cultural teachings of eastern philosophy The lecture is given by Assoc. Prof. Diliram Guatam who is faculty at Kathmandu School of Law. There are four episodes in this video lecture series: 

Episode 1: What is Philosophy?

Episode 2: Introducing Vedic Philosophy.

Episode 3: Significance of Vedic Philosophy.

Episode 4: Teachings of Vedic Philosophy.