Life member of Indian Philosophical Congress.
Member of Sri Aurobindo Society.
Member of Theosophical Society.
1. The Religio-Philosophical Approach of Ramayana – International Seminar on Sri Vaishnavism sponsored by Mc Gill University, Canada and Ananthacharya Indological Research Institute (Mumbai).
2. Saguna-Nirguna Upasana in Bhramargita – International Seminar on Indology – Somaiya Vidya Vihar, Mumbai.
3. The Religio-Philosophical Vision of Sri Jnanadeva – The World Philosophers Meet, World Peace Centre, MIT, Pune.
4. Gandhian Value and its Relevance in the Contemporary world, International Seminar on Gandhi & Future of Humanity, New Delhi.
5. Individual Integration for the Integration of the Universal Spirit, Integration: Call of the Hour – A Joint Seminar organised by Government of Punjab, Haryana and H.P., Sri Aurobindo Society, Chandigarh.
6. Psychological Annotation of Sri Aurobindo’s Philosophy, Philosophical Congress, University of Kashmir, Srinagar.
7. Choiceless Awareness & Meditation (J. Krishnamurti) – Philosophical Congress, Jadhavpur University, Calcutta.
8. Freedom as Krishnamurti assesses, Indian Philosophical Congress, Pondicherry.
9. Integration – The special Feature of Sri Aurobindo’s Philosophy – A Symposium organised by Sri Aurobindo Ashram Pondicherry.
10. An article ‘Science and Spirituality’ was accepted for publication in ‘Encyclopeadia of Hinduism’ a joint project of Indian Heritage Foundation and University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA.
11. The Characteristic Feature of Sri Aurobindo Philosophy – A symposium organised by Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Vadodara.
12. Man, Society and Religion in relevance to Sri Aurobindo’s Philosophy – North Bengal University Siliguri.
13. The concord of Indian Metaphysics and Modern Science – Swadeshi Karyashala, Gandhian Institute of Studies Varanasi.
14. Philosophical Background of Indian Renaissance B.H.U.
15. Philosophy, Theory and Therapy B.H.U.
16. Indian Renaissance and Annie Besant – Seminar at Krishnamurti Foundation, Rajghat.
17. Sri Aurobindo’s Philosophy of Education and its relevance – Sri Aurobindo Society Varanasi.
18. Science, Technology & World Welfare – Indian Philosophical Congress, Platinum Jublee Celebration World Philosophy Conference on Spirituality, Science & technology, New Delhi (year 2000).
1. Theosophy, Science and World Welfare – The Indian Theosophist, vol. 92, no. 11&12.
2. Integral yoga of Sri Aurobindo – Sanskritika Upahara Magazine, Varanasi.
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