KU organises seminar on ‘Contribution of Kashmiri Intellectuals to Indian Philosophy’
Srinagar: The Centre of Central Asian Studies (CCAS) University of Kashmir organised a day-long seminar on ‘Contribution of Kashmiri Intellectuals to Indian Philosophy’.
Prof Farooq Masoodi, Dean Academic Affairs, was the chief guest on the occasion.
In his presidential address, Prof Masoodi appreciated the CCAS for organising the important seminar. He also highlighted and stressed upon the need for a structured and cohesive research on contribution of Kashmiri intellectuals to Indian philosophy.
Keynote speaker Prof Gulshan Majeed, former Director CCAS spoke about the role of Kashmiri intellectuals in the spread of philosophical thought from Kashmir to the subcontinent.
In his special address, Prof Hameed Naseem Rafiabadi highlighted the importance of primary sources of Kashmir and their systematic study in understanding Indian Philosophy.
Prof Tareak A Rather, Director CCAS formally welcomed the guests and presented the introductory remarks about the national-level seminar.
Seminar coordinator Dr Wahid Nasaru presented the theme and highlighted the importance of the one-day event.
Dr Mumtaz A Yatoo conducted the proceedings of the seminar while Dr Mohammad Afzal Mir presented a vote of thanks at the valedictory function.
Apart from a distinguished panel of scholars who participated and presented their research findings in the event, teachers, scholars and students from different universities attended the inaugural function.