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World Sanskrit Conference

Published: 10.07.2014

The World Sanskrit conference is an international conference organised at various locations globally.

According to the official website of the International Association of Sanskrit Studies (IASS), several Sanskrit scholars from major Indian universities perceived that the International Congress of Orientalists "did not allow sufficient scope for full discussion of Sanskrit and allied subjects". These scholars approached the Government of India, which arranged to convene the first International Sanskrit Conference at New Delhi in March 1972. The next year, at the 29th International Congress of Orientalists, Sanskrit scholars from all over the world got together to form the IASS. The main responsibility of the IASS was to organise World Sanskrit Conferences at various places around the world. The 1972 New Delhi conference was retrospectively recognised as the "First World Sanskrit Conference".

Delhi, India, March 1972
Torino, Italy,June 1975.
Paris, France, between 20–25 June 1977
Weimar, German Democratic Republic, between 23–30 May 1979.
Varanasi, India in 1981.
Philadelphia, United States, in 1984.
Leiden, Netherlands, in 1987.
Vienna, Austria, in 1990.
Melbourne, Australia, in January 1994.
Banglore, India, in January 1997.
Turin, Italy, in April 2000.
Helsinki, Finland, in July 2003.
Edinburgh, United Kingdom, in July 2006.
Kyoto, Japan, from 1 to 6 September 2009.
New Delhi, India from 5 to 10 January 2012.
Bangkok, Thailand, 28 June - 02 July 2015


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