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Department of Sanskrit Nyaya

Name: Dr.S.SIVAKUMAR

Designation: Assistant Professor in Nyaya

Address: S.S.Nilayam, Thekkevilakam, Near Nagar Temple, Venagnoor.P.O,Thiruvananthapuram, Pin.695523.

Phone: 9495831964

Email: sivagayathryss@gmail.com

1. MA-Sanskrit Nyaya, University of Kerala,1996.

2. M Phil- Manuscriptology in Sanskrit, University of Kerala,1998.

3. Ph D- Sanskrit Nyaya, University of Kerala, 2004.

UG, PG
Navya Nyaya philosophy

1. Adrsttasadhanam, Kiranavali, ISSN-0975-4067, December, 2014.

2. Types of Sentence in Nyaya Philosophy, Proceedings, ISBN 978-81-922232-5-4, October,2015.

3. Doctrine of Causality in Nyaya Vaisesika, Manuscript Studies, ISSN-2393-9443, December, 2015.

4. Vaisesikadarsane Gunanirupanam, Sukrtindra, ISSN-2229-3337,April,2016.

1.Udayanacharyante Nyayakusumanjali Pushpanjaleesahitham,(Translation) (Co-Author-Dr.K.Retheesh, Dr.S.Sivakumar), ISBN-978-81-909730-469-3, October,2016.

1. Siji.C.K, Vaisesikasutrarasayana- A Study, 2014.

2. Suchithra.V, Comparative Study of Aristotelian and Nyaya Theory of Syllogism,     2014.

3. Rajalekshmi.V.M, Contribution of Jayanthabhatta to Indian Philosophy and Literature, 2015.

1. Padavimarsanam Nirvacanavum Prayogavum, ORI & MSS Library, University of Kerala, November, 2015.

2. Concept of Epistemology in Nyayadipika, SSUS,Kalady, March,2016.

3. Sabdabodhaparicaya, SSUS,RC, Tvpm, Workshop, March, 2016.

4. Deductive Fallacies Definition and Application, Govt.Sanskrit College, Trippunithura, September, 2016.  

Five Day National Workshop on KARAKA AND SABDABODHA, Department of Nyaya, SSUS, RC, Tvpm 28-03-2016 to 01-04-2016, Co-ordinators.Dr.V.Vasudevan &Dr. S.Sivakumar.

About Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit

The University was established two decades ago in the name of the illustrious Indian philosopher Jagad Guru Adi Sankara in his place of birth at Kalady. The basic objective of the University is to impart knowledge in various branches of Sanskrit, Indology, Indian culture, Indian and Foreign languages, Indian philosophy, Fine Arts and Social Sciences and to promote the study and research in Sanskrit and other systems of Indian knowledge. As a centre of cultural heritage and a house for indigenous art forms, the University is envisioned to harmonize the society through educational excellence.