Post-Doctoral Supervision 

  1. Dr Ramanath Pandey. Gāndhīvāda, Bauddha, Jaina evaṃ Vedānta darśanoṃ mein pratipādita karma-siddhānta, Post-Doctoral Fellow of the University Grants Commission, April 1997-April 2000.

  2. Dr S.M. Haldhar. Cultural Ties between India and Sri Lank in Ancient Times. Post-Doctoral Fellow of the Indian Council of Historical Research, July 2000-December 2005.

  3. Dr Krishna Murari. Rural Communities of Early India as Depicted in Pāli Literature. Post-Doctoral Fellow of the Indian Council of Historical Research, July 2006-June 2009.

  4. Dr Chimeg Oyun. Tsonkhāpā’s Grades on the Path to Bodhi and Their Origin. Visiting Fellow of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Government of India, March 2010-March 2011.

  5. Dr Afifeh Hamedi. Life after Death in Buddhist Philosophy. Visiting Fellow supported by the Government of Islamic Republic of Iran, July 2010-June 2011.

  6. Dr Ven. Parami. The Four Ultimate Realities in Theravāda Buddhist Perspective. Visiting Fellow of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Government of India, November 2010-October 2011.

  7.  Dr Ngo Thi Du. The Concept of Aesthetics and Beauty in Buddhism, April 2013-March 2017.

  8. Dr  Douglas  F.  Ober.  Unearthing  the  Gem  of  Bhārat-Bhūmi:  The  Discovery  and Reinvention of Modern Indian Buddhism, Nov. 2013-June 2015.

Supervision of Awarded Doctoral Theses

  1. Konoko Tanaka. 1994. The Missing Throne of the Buddha: An Enquiry into the Absence of Buddha Images in Early Buddhist Art (jointly with Professor Sanghasena Singh).

  2. Meilpitiye Wimalakitti. 1996. A Comparative Analysis of Symbolism in Theravāda and Mahāyāna Iconography.

  3. Nguyen Xuan Kinh. 1996. Thien of Vietnamese Buddhism under the Tran Dynasty.

  4. Kirinde Assaji. 1997. A Critical Study of the Pariveṇa Education in Sri Lanka.

  5. Pallegama Ratanasara. 1998. Buddhist Perspective on Deep Ecology.

  6. Boonchuay Doojai. 1997. Role of Monks and Monasteries in the Social Affairs of Thailand.

  7. Paitoon Ruensat. 1997. An Analytical Study of Thailand's Ecclesiastical Education in the Twentieth Century.

  8. Pitawela Gunaratana. 1998. A Critical Study of the Origin of Indian Buddhist Sects and Their Diffusion.

  9. U. Ottaranyana. 1999. Saṃgha and Royalty: An Analytical Study of the Symbiotic Relationship between Religion and State in Ancient Pagan.

  10. Cho Joon-Ho. 1999. A Study of the Concept of  Buddha : A Critical Study Based on the Pāli Texts.

  11. Kotte Paññindriya. 2000. Robe and Throne: An Analytical Study of the Symbiotic Relationship in Sri Lanka during the Anurādhapura Period.

  12. Nguyen Su. 2000. Mettā, Karuṇā, and Ahiṃsā: A Comparative Study of the Pañcanikāyas and the Mahāyāna Sūtras.

  13. Ho Van Minh. 2000. An Analytical Study of the Chief Characteristics of the Buddha=s Methodology of Education as Reflected in the Pāli Sutta Piṭaka.

  14. Hoang Ngoc Dung. 2000. A Critical Study of the Concept and Relevance of Avalokiteśvara Bodhisattva.

  15. Aleksa Dokic. 2001. Samādhirāja Sūtra: An English Translation of Chapters I-XX of the Sanskrit Text with Critical Notes.

  16. Lee Sun. 2003. Fundamental Meditative Practices in Pāli Texts and Yoga Sūtras: A Comparative Study (jointly with Dr Anita Sharma).

  17. Samran Piapeng. 2003. The Leadership Styles of the Abbots and Leadership Theory of William J. Reddin: A Comparative Study of the Monasteries in Bangkok, Thailand.

  18. Kong Man Shik. 2004. A Critical Study of the Biography of the Buddha (jointly with Dr Anita Sharma).

  19. Huynh Van Phuong. 2004. An Analysis of the Upper Caste Attitude towards Lower Castes as Reflected in the Pāli Literature (jointly with Dr Seema Bose).

  20. Hsu Chuan Ling. 2004. Development of the Hua-Yen School during the Tang Dynasty (641-845 CE).

  21. Chok Tenzin Monlam. 2005. An Analytical Study on the Life and Works of BoDong Chokley Namgyal (jointly with Dr Seema Bose).

  22. Nguyen Thanh Dao. 2005. Buddhism and Deep Ecology (jointly with Dr Bachchan Kumar).

  23. Kerrin O. Brien. 2006. The Essence of the Teaching of the Buddha as Found in Early Buddhist Narrative Art.

  24. Huynh Van Phuoc. 2008. An Analytical Study of the Role of Catuh-Saṃgraha-Vastu in the Saṃgha and Society Based on Āgama Sūtras (jointly with Professor Anita Sharma).

  25. Mai Van Y. 2008. Buddhism and the Modern World: A Critical Study of the Bio-Centric Ethics.

  26. Nguyen Thi Thu Ha. 2008. Origin and Development of Bhikkhunī Saṃgha in Vietnam (jointly with Dr Anita Sharma).

  27. Nguyen Tien Thien. 2008. Indian Influence on Vietnamese Indigenous Culture (jointly with Professor Anita Sharma).

  28. Nguyen Hai Bang. 2008. Mahāyāna Buddhist Ethics and their Relevance in the Modern World (jointly with Professor Anita Sharma).

  29. Phra Warawut Racha. 2008. Concept of Effort (Vīriya) in Theravāda Buddhism: A Critical Study (jointly with Dr R.R. Singhal).

  30. Phramaha P. Thamchong. 2008. Ethics in Theravāda Buddhism (jointly with Dr R.R. Singhal).

  31. Nguyen Thi Mai. 2009. A Comparative Study of the Theravādin Pāramīs and the Mahāyānic Pāramitās (jointly with Professor Anita Sharma).

  32. Phramaha Tawee Lalong. 2009. Devadatta: the Fallen Saint.

  33. Phramaha Ai Wanglakorn. 2009. Origin and Development of Buddhist Pilgrimage in India.

  34. Nguyen Thanh Minh. 2010. A Study of Cham Buddhist Art in Vietnam (jointly with Professor Anita Sharma).

  35. Supakan Annopkanjana. 2010. Waiting for the Inevitable End of the Dhamma and blaming it on Women: A Critical Study of the Decline of Bhikkhunī Saṃgha in Ancient India (jointly with Professor Anita Sharma).

  36. Pheeranuwat Tadonsrnoy. 2010. The Saṃgha and Thai Royalty: An Analytical Study of the Symbiotic Relationship in Thailand during the Sukhothai Period (jointly with Professor Anita Sharma).

  37. Prapat Srikulkich. 2010. The Role of Missionaries in Modern Indian Buddhism (jointly with Dr Shalini Singhal).

  38. Nguyen Phuc Thuan. 2010. Legacy of Mahāyāna towards the Decline of Buddhism in India (jointly with Dr Shalini Singhal).

  39. Nguyen Thi Thanh Ha. 2010. Gender Bias and Buddhist Attitude towards Women: A Study of the Pāli Jātakas (jointly with Dr Shalini Singhal).

  40. Le Thi Hong Yen. 2011. The Buddhist View of Conflict and Peace (jointly with Dr Shalini Singhal).

  41. Morteza Akhlagifard. 2011. Ātman and Brahman: A Comparative Study of the Upaniṣads and the Tipiṭaka (jointly with Professor M.M. Agrawal).

  42. Tran Thi Hahn. 2011. History of Ahiṃsā in Indic Religions with Special Reference to Buddhism.

  43. Tran Thi Giao Thua. 2011. Buddhist Perspective on Terrorism (jointly with Professor Anita Sharma).

  44. Phra Damrong Phimmajak. 2011. Buddhist View of Conflict Resolution: A Study Based on the Theravādin Thought (jointly with Professor Anita Sharma).

  45. Ngo Thi Du. 2012. The Concept of Anattā in Early Indian Buddhism (jointly with Professor Anita Sharma).

  46. Le Hong Tuan. 2012. Engaged Buddhist Activities of Vietnamese Monks in Europe (jointly with Professor Anita Sharma).

  47. Luu Van Loc. 2012. An Analytical Study of Merit and Merit-Making in Buddhism (jointly with Dr R.R. Singhal).

  48. Myoungju Woo. 2012. B.R. Ambedkar's Interpretation of Buddhism and the Politics of Neo-Buddhism (jointly with Professor Sushma Yadav).

  49. Truong Thi Phuonglinh. 2012. Buddhist Attitude towards the Elderly and the Needy: A Sociological Study (jointly with Professor Anita Sharma).

  50. Nguyen Thi Kieu Diem. 2012. The Role of Animals in Indian Buddhism with Special Reference to the Jātakas (jointly with Dr Shalini Singhal).

  51. Do Van Cuong. 2012. An Analytical Study of the Theory of Two Truths (Paramattha-Sacca and Sammuti-Sacca) in the History of Buddhist Thought (jointly with Dr R.R. Singhal).

  52. Vo Thi Thuy. 2013. A Study of the Buddhist View of Karma as Depicted in the Abhidharmakoṣa of Vasubandhu (jointly with Dr R.R. Singhal).

  53. Ven. Hoc Khac Phong. 2014. Philosophy of Language in the Five Nikāyas.

  54. Ven. Sovanratana Khy.2016. Contours of the Reconstruction of Buddhist Education in Cambodia after the Fall of the Khmer Rouge.

Supervision of Awarded M.Phil. Dissertations

  1. Hae, Sun. 1995. Meditational Practices in Different Buddhist Traditions: A Comparative Study.

  2.  Rani, Anita. 1998. Vaiśyoṅ kā Bauddha Dharma ke Vikāsa mein Yogadāna: Jātakoṅ ke Ādhāra Par.

  3. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 1999. Animal Rights and Buddhism: A Study.

  4. Mai, Bui Xuan. 1999. Buddhism in the Tran Dynasty: An Historical Perspective.

  5. Ratanasara, Pallegama. 1999. The Buddhist Concept of the Environment and Individual.

  6. Sushma, Kumari. 2000. Bauddha Yoga kI Vikāsa Yātrā.

  7. Yu Sung-uk. 2000. The Deification of the Buddha: A Socio-Historical Perspective.

  8. Binh, Luc Quoc. 2001. A Study of Socio-Religious Activities.

  9. Vu, Phuong Thanh. 2001. Eminent Monks of Vietnam during the Ly and Tran Dynasty.

  10. Pegu, Rajan Bikash. 2001. Environment and Engaged Buddhism.

  11. Loc, Nguyen Thi My. 2001. The Role of Kururaṭṭha in the Development of Early Indian Buddhism.

  12. Ut, Nguyen Van. 2002. Revival of Buddhism in Modern India.

  13. Vi, Nguyen Minh. 2002. A Comparative Study of Cosmology as Reflected in Mahāyāna Buddhism and Taoism.

  14. Tenzin, Shedup. 2002. A Critical Analysis on the Evolution of Tibetan Script.

  15. Liem, Nguyen Thanh. 2002. Buddhist Ethics and Modern Society.

  16. Kim, Bo-Kyung. 2003. Development of Vajrayāna Buddhism and Its Basic Identity with Hinduism.

  17. Bang, Nguyen Hai. 2003. Fluctuating Contours of Buddhism in Vietnam during the Twentieth Century.

  18. Dao, Nguyen Thanh. 2003. A Study of the Buddhist Teaching of Tolerance in Modern Society.

  19. Kumar, Mithilesh. 2003. The Relationship between Growth of Urbanization and Buddhism.

  20. Kumar, Rakesh. 2004. Role of Guilds in the Development of Early Indian Buddhism.

  21. Singh, Vishwajit. 2004. The Concept of Social Justice in Buddhism.

  22. Chen, Chen Hsiu. 2004. The Social Culture and Buddhism.

  23. Minh, Nguyen Than. 2004. A Study on Sculptural Art of Champa in Vietnam.

  24. Tien, Nguyen Thuy. 2005. The Origin and Development of Bhikkhunī Saṃgha in India.

  25. Wanglakorn, Phramaha Ali. 2005. Life and Contribution of Sāriputtatthera: A Study.

  26. Unnopkanjana, Supakan. 2005. Life and Contribution of Mahāpajāpati Ther : A Study.

  27. Badhwar, Pragati. 2005. Gender Discrimination in Ancient India.

  28. Singh, Akata. 2005. Role of Land Grants in the Decline of Monastic Buddhism in India.

  29. Nghia, Huynh Trong. 2005. Social Ethics and Engaged Buddhism.

  30. Ryung, Kim Se. 2006. Stress Management through Vipassanā.

  31. Yen, Le Thi Hong. 2006. Buddhist View of Peace and Conflict.

  32. Binh, Le Viet. 2006. Vietnamese Engaged Buddhism and the Movement of 1963-66.

  33. Lee, Hwajoon. 2006. A Study of the Saccapārmitā as Depicted in Tipiṭaka Literature.

  34. Thuanh, Nguyen Phuck. 2006. The Legacy of Mahāyāna Buddhism in India.

  35. Ha, Nguyen Thi Tanh. 2006. Mahāyāna Buddhist Attitude Towards Women with special Reference to the Śrimāla Sūtra.

  36. Saisiri, Phra Cichian. 2006. The Role of Lay Financial Support in Modern Thai Buddhism.

  37. Thua, Tran Thi Giao. 2006. Buddhist Perspective of War, Conflict and Terrorism.

  38. Linh, Troung Thi Phuong. 2006. Buddhist attitude Towards the Reflected in the Pāli Literature.

  39. Truc, Truong Van. 2006. Engaged Buddhist Activeness as reflected the Pāli Tipiṭaka.

  40. Loc, Luu Van. 2007. An Analytical Study of Merit and Merit-making Ceremonies in Early Buddhism.

  41. Thao, Nguyen Thanh. 2007. Buddha Nature: An Example for Engaged Buddhists.

  42. Teng, Nhem Kim. 2007. Buddhist Sects in Cambodia.

  43. Phimmajak, Phra D. 2007. Advent and Development of Buddhism in Laos.

  44. Thuy, Vo Thi. 2007. Vasubandhu: Contribution to Buddhism.

  45. Hoon, Lee Sang. 2007. Asaṅga: His Life and Contribution to Buddhism.

  46. Singh, Asha. 2008. Was Asoka's Dhamma the Real Buddhavacana?

  47. Dhammacara, Ashin. 2008. A Study of Dhammapariyāya as Reflected in the Bairaṭ-Bhābru Rock Edict of Asoka.

  48. Anh, Doan Thi. 2008. An Historical Analysis of the Origin of the Mahāyāna Buddhism.

  49. Tinh, Nguyen Van. 2008. An Examination of Non-violence and Dhamma-policy of King Asoka.

  50. Phuong, Tran Quang. 2008. The Dhamma-policy of King Asoka and its Relevance in the Post-Modern Society.

  51. Trinh, Tran Hoang. 2008. The Role of Gupta Kings in the Development of Buddhism.

  52. Thanh, Nguyen Huy. 2010. Social and Economic Worldview of the Jātakas.

  53. Singh, Dinesh Kumar. 2010. The Influence of Buddhism on the Teachings of Kabīr Dās.

  54. Dolma, Tsering. 2011. Biography of the Living Terton.

  55. Bhutia, Lhundup Tsomo. 2011. Origin and Development of Garden Tharpa Choling Monastery.

  56. Wangmo, Nilza. 2012. Introduction and Development of Buddhism in Ladakh.

  57. Le Thi Bich Hiep. 2012. Role of Socially Engaged Buddhism in Societal Development.

  58. Bharti. 2012. An Historical and Archaeological Study of the Biography of Śākyamuni Buddha.

  59. Ranjan, Deepak. 2012. Material Milieu to the Background of the Origin of Indian Buddhism.

  60. Oanh, Le Thi Thu.2013. Role of the Saṃgha in the Globalizing World.

  61. Thao, Pham Nhat Huong. 2013. Social and Economic Philosophy of Sigālovāda Sutta of the Dīgha Nikāya.

  62. Rachna. 2014. Nava Baudha Dharma mein Ambedkar kā Yogadāna.

  63. Das, Udita. 2014. Modalities of Discipline in the Configuration of Early Buddhism.

  64. Kumari, Deepti.2015. Bauddha Dharma mein Patana ki Manovṛti- Eka Viṣleṣanātmaka Adhyana.

  65. Mayuri Dihingiya. 2015. An Historical Perspective on the Assimilation of Buddhism in India.

  66. Nguyen Thi Nhuan. 2015. Upāsaka-sīla in Theravāda Buddhism: An Examination.

  67. Usha Singh. 2017. Maithili Sharan Gupta’s Yashodharā: Legend and Reality.

  68. Do  Hoang  Nguyen.  2017.  Ajātasattu  and  Aśoka:  A  Comparative  Analysis  of  Their Contribution to Buddhism.

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