Prof. Gauri Mahulikar, Dean, CVV is a highly acclaimed scholar with in-depth knowledge of Indian Knowledge Systems. She is often interviewed, invited as a speaker or chief guest at various programmes. In spite of the lockdown, Dean Mahulikar has been a part of numerous activities through May.
3 May: A talk on Indian ‘Mythology: Words to Symbols’ for an international group, under Mythovault.
13 May: A talk via Zoom on ‘Textual Criticism: Challenges in Reconstructing a Text’ at the Prajnabharathi S. B. Varekar Lecture Series conducted by Kavikulguru Kalidas Sanskrit University, Ramtek, Maharashtra.
23 May: An online LIVE talk on "लौकिक न्याय to अलौकिक वेदान्त through ब्रह्मसूत्रभाष्यम्" at the 'Global Festival of Oneness, organised by the Advaita Academy.
27 May: Presented a paper on ‘Multi-Disciplinary Approach in History’ at a faculty development programme on research methodology in history on the historian's compass and tools. The programme was a six-day lectures series organised by the KAASH Foundation, Mumbai.
30 May: Prof. Mahulikar was recently interviewed on the topic ‘Vande Guru Parampara’, a tribute to the guru-shishya tradition of Bharat, by her ardent student Subramanian Chidambaran.
Chidambaran is an engineer and a post-graduate in management heading strategy and digitalisation for one of the businesses of Siemens, India. He has been learning Carnatic music for over twenty years and has performed at multiple venues. He completed his M.A. in Sanskrit from the University of Mumbai and is currently a visiting faculty there, for Vedanta and Puranas. He has several research articles and papers in Indology, operations and strategy to his credit.
The online interview is available on Chidambaran’s Facebook page called Subbu’s Corner.