Ganesan THIAGARAJAN

Associate Researcher

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Research

  • Member of the jury for the Viva Voce of Mr. Jean-Michel CREISMEAS' thesis on 'Le yoga du MataṄgapārameśvaratantra à la lumiere du commentaire de BhaṬṬa RāmakaṆṬha' at Université Sorbonne-Nouvelle, Paris 3, in October 2015.



Publications


Books
T Ganesan. Pauṣkarāgamaḥ jñānapaādaḥ. Part 2. T. Ganesan. Natioanl Mission for Manuscripts / New Bharatiya Book Corporation, 16, pp.xiv, 224, 2019, Prakashika series, 978-93-80829-71-5. (hal-03021464)
S. Sambandhasicacarya, Bruno Dagens, Marie-Luce Barazer-Billoret, T. Ganesan, Jean-Michel Creisméas. SUKSMAGAMA: Volume III (Chapters 54 to 85) Critical Edition. Institut Français de Pondichéry; Ecole française d’Extrême-Orient. III, cxcviii, 348 p., 2018, 978-81-8470-190-6. (halshs-02125357)
Ganesan T. Śrīsiddhāntaśikāmaṇiḥ by Śivayogiśivācārya: with Tamil adaptation in verse form by Civappirakāca Cuvāmikaḷ and Tamil prose rendering by T. Ganesan. The Shaiva Bharati Shodha Pratishthanam, xv, 509 p., 2016, 978-93-82639-23-7. (hal-02883748)
S. Sambandhasicacarya, Bruno Dagens, Marie-Luce Barazer-Billoret, T. Ganesan, Jean-Michel Creisméas. SUKSMAGAMA: Volume II Chapters 14 to 53 Critical Edition. Institut Français de Pondichéry. Institut Français de Pondichéry, II, 2012, 978-81-8470-190-6. (halshs-01287322)
Dominic Goodall, Nibedita Rout, Ramaraghaviah Sathyanarayanan, S.A.S. Sarma, T. Ganesan, et al.. The Pañcāvaraṇastava of Aghoraśivācārya : A twelfth-century South Indian prescription for the visualisation of Sadāśiva and his retinue. Ecole française d'Extrême-Orient; Institut français de Pondichéry, 2005, Coll. Publications de l'Institut Français d'Indologie, volume. 102. (halshs-02517042)

Conference Papers
T. Ganesan. Legends of Siva referred to in the Saiva Agama-s. National Seminar on "Transmission of stories - Versions and Variations", Department of Sanskrit, University of Mumbai, Mar 2016, Mumbai, India. (hal-02913059)
T. Ganesan. Yoga in the Saivasiddhanta: a brief survey. International Conference on the "Science and Arts of Yoga: Theory and Practice", Centre of Advanced Studies in Sanskrit (CASS); University of Pune, Feb 2016, Pune, India. (hal-02913056)
T. Ganesan. Propagating Saivism through Tamil adaptations by Nigamajnana I alias Maraijnanacampantar. National Seminar on Sanskrit and Tamilnadu, Kuppuswamy Sastri Research Institute, Sep 2016, Chennai, India. (hal-02913371)
T. Ganesan. Buddhism from the standpoint of Saivasiddhanta. Paper presented at the UGC sponsored Global Seminar on "Understanding the Contemporaneity of Acharya Nagarjuna's philosopy in the Global Context", Acharya Nagarjuna University, Centre for Mahayana Buddhist Studies, Jan 2015, Guntur, India. (hal-03040275)
T. Ganesan. Critical edition of Sanskrit texts on the basis of manuscripts. Two special lectures delivered at the Workshop on Research Methodology, Manuscriptology & Textual Criticism, The Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan Deemed University, Guruvayur campus, Kerala, Feb 2015, Kerala, India. (hal-03040309)
T. Ganesan. Vritti and Vyapti in Saivasiddhanta philosophy: Sivagrayogi’s interpretation. Paper presented at the 47th biennial session of the All India Oriental Conference, Gauhati University, Jan 2015, Gauhati, India. (hal-03040424)
T. Ganesan. From Sanskrit to Tamil: Saiva texts through Tamil adaptations. Paper presented at the National Seminar on Translations and Adaptations of Sanskrit Literature, Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, Feb 2015, Kerala, India. (hal-03040337)
T. Ganesan. Sri Krishna the greatest and the earliest Saiva. Paper presented at the 47th biennial session of the All India Oriental Conference, Gauhati University, Jan 2015, Gauhati, India. (hal-03040416)
T. Ganesan. Spiritual and moral values propagated by the ancient Saiva religion. International Dharma-Dhamma Conference on "Harmony of Religions: Welfare of Humankind, Department of Culture, Government of Madhya Pradesh and the Sanchi University of Buddhist-Indic Studies at Indore, Madhya Pradesh, Oct 2015, Indore, India. (hal-02910875)
T. Ganesan. Sri Krishna the earliest Saiva: revisiting the Mahabharata. Xème Journée Monde Iranien, Mondes Iranien et Indien, May 2015, Paris, France. (hal-02910897)

Journal Articles
Ganesan T. Śiva is the supreme Brahma: Appayadīkṣita’s views. Visvabharati: Journal of the Sanskrit Department, Sanskrit Department, Pondicherry University, 2019, 5, pp.127-135. (hal-02619305)
T Ganesan. Śaivāgama manuscripts: their importance & critical edition. Kriti rakshana : a bi-monthly publication of the National Mission for Manuscripts, National Mission for Manuscripts, New Delhi, 2019, 9 (7), pp.3-8. (hal-02125299)
T Ganesan. Mahābhārata with its commentaries : Bhāratabhāvadīpa and Bhāratatātparyasamgraha. The Journal of Oriental Research Madras, The Kuppuswami Sastri Research Institute, Madras, 2017, 88-90, pp.159-168. (hal-02126911)
T Ganesan. Advaita refuted and Advaita redefined. Dhimahi: Journal of Chinmaya International Foundation Shodha Sansthan, Chinmaya International Foundation Shodha Sansthan, Kerala, India, 2016, 7, pp.254-273. (hal-01355683)
Ganesan T. Śivaviśiṣṭādvaita of Śrīkaṇṭha and Śaṃkara's Advaita vedānta: The Adyar Library Bulletin, The Adyar Library and Research Centre, Chennai, 2016, 80, pp.177-202. (hal-02883766)
T. Ganesan. Revisiting Mahābhārata : Śrīkṛṣṇa is the earlist Śaiva. Bulletin d'Études Indiennes, Association Française pour les Études Indiennes, 2015, pp.29-38. (hal-01522654)
Ramaraghaviah Sathyanarayanan, T Ganesan. Bhakti as a fundamental element in Śaivism. Bulletin d'Études Indiennes, Association Française pour les Études Indiennes, 2012, 28-29, pp. 51-62. (halshs-02778852)
Ramaraghaviah Sathyanarayanan, T Ganesan. Śuddhatattva-s in Śaivasiddhānta. Journal of Sanskrit Academy, 2010, 20, pp. 127-132. (halshs-02778642)
Ramaraghaviah Sathyanarayanan, T Ganesan. Jñānadīpikā: A Śaiva initiatory and post-initiatory manual -A critical edition and translation. Journal of Sanskrit Academy, 2009, 19, pp. 128-150. (halshs-02778532)


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