Dr. Godabarisha Mishra

Dr. Godabarisha Mishra

Professor and Dean
School o_f'Buddhist Studies, Philosophy and Comparative Religion

Godabarisha Mishra is a Professor and Dean, School of Buddhist Studies, Philosophy and Comparative Religion at the Nalanda International University. India. Earlier. he served as a Visiting Professor in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the IIT, Bhubaneswar from 2018-22. Forn1erly, he also worked as the Chairman of the School of Philosophy and Religious Thought as well as the Professor and Head Department of Philosophy. University of Madras. At the University of Madras, he was also heading the Centre of Buddhist Studies as the Director and also acted as the Director of the Publication Division of the University of Madras as well as the Coordinator of the University Newsletter. He was the Editor at the Kuppuswami Sastri Research Institute, Chennai during 1985-88 and also was the Member Secretary of the Indian Council of Philosophical Research, New Delhi during (2007-2011 ). During 2008-10. he was the Editor of the Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research, New Delhi. He was awarded Charles Wallace Visiting Fellowship to study at Oxford University UK. He was also a visiting professor at the Oxford Centre for Hindu studies, Oxford, UK and at Mahatma Gandhi Institute. Mauritius.

His main areas of specializations are Indian Philosophical Schools, Vedanta and Buddhism, especially classical and textual traditions. He has published more than fifty research papers on Classical and Contemporary Indian Thought and Comparative Philosophy and authored many review articles in many National and International journals.

His publications include AnubMitiprakasa of Vidytira,:iya ( 1992), Sivajna-nabodha- sangraha-bhasya of sivagrayogin, co-editor (1993), Paramapara: Essays in Honour of R. Balasubramanian co-edited with Srinivasa Rao (2003), Breaking Barriers: Essays in Asian and Comparative Philosophy co-edited with Frank Hoffman (2003) and Vedanta without Maya (A Debate on Saptavidha-anupapatti (2014). At present he is busy completing a project of two volumes of Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophy (Advaita Vedanta) assigned by (late) Karl H Potter.

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