RESEARCH DEPARTMENT

kieisa-letterpad-rd


The Research Department of the Athens Center for Indian and Indo-Hellenic Studies undertakes research οn various classical and contemporary themes aiming to raise awareness and understanding of the Indian culture as well as to promote the Indo-Hellenic comparative, social and historical studies. The projects are divided into several categories, such as Language & Literature, Modern Indian Thinkers, Indian Philosophy & Sanskrit Texts, Indo-Greek Studies, Early Greek Indologists, Translation of Classical and Modern Greek Authors into Indian Languages, Travels in the Beauty & Gnosis, Tourism & Development, Humanities and Social Science, and others.

Governmental, non-governmental and private organizations are welcome to finance the entire project of the Research Department or the preparation of a specific thesis that addresses the pre-defined themes.


Current and Recently Completed Research Projects


Early Greek Indologists – Translation and Reprint

Title: “Georgios N. Tserepis – Indika Essays” (In Greek)

Translator: Thomais Gouli

Started: December 2016.

Status: Ongoing


Indo-Hellenic Studies – Research Thesis

Title: “Nyaya and Aristotelian Logic: A Comparative Study”

Research: Dimitrios Chaniotis

Started: December 2016.

Status: Ongoing


Humanities and Social Science – Research Paper 

Title:Is it Immoral or Not to Kill Animals?”

Research: Dimitrios Chaniotis

Started: August 2016. Completed: December 2016

Status: Published in Indika 2017


Indo-Hellenic Studies – Preparation of the 2nd Edition

Title: “The Greeks in India: A Survey in Philosophical Understanding”

Research: Demetrios Th. Vassiliades

Started: December 2016.

Status: Ongoing


Indian Philosophy & Sanskrit Texts – Translation and Commentary

Title: «Yoga Sutra – Commentary on the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali» (in Greek)

Research: Demetrios Th. Vassiliades

Started: January 2016.

Status: Ongoing

 


Research Development Fund Grants

  1. Editing and Publication Grant. Indo-Hellenic Society for Culture and Development.

TIMETABLE OF HINDI, SANSKRIT & INDIAN PHILOSOPHY COURSES


Athens Center for Indian and Indo-Hellenic Studies

15, Nikolaou Florou str., Nea Philothei, Athens 11524, GREECE (Metro Panormou)

e-mail: indohellenic@gmail.com