Research Category: PHD Thesis

लोककल्याणकारी राज्य सम्बन्धी बौद्ध अवधारणा

तिलकराम आचार्य, पिएच डि लेख सार नागरिक हितको सर्वोच्चता स्वीकार गर्दे प्रत्येक नागरिकको आधारभूत मानव अधिकारलाई अंगिकार गरेको राज्यलाई लोककल्याणकारी राज्य भनिन्छ । उत्पादन र वितरणको सन्तुलन, सामाजिक न्याय, मानव अधिकारको संरक्षण र जनतालाई छिटो छरितो स्तरीय सेवा प्रदान गर्दै जनहितमा समर्पित राज्य नै लोक कल्याणकारी राज्य हो । राज्य लोककल्याणकारी हुनको लागि समाज ठीक […]

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बाँडेगाउँ(बन्देपुर) स्थित षडक्षरी लोकेश्वर

दयाराम श्रेष्ठ, पिएच डि लेखसार षडक्षरी लोकेश्वरको गुण र विशेषताको आधारमा स्थापित भएको षडक्षरी लोकेश्वरको चैत्य रहेको स्थल बाडेगाउँ (बन्देपुर) हो । यस चैत्यलाई मूल चैत्य रूपमा स्थापित गराई बन्देशपुर महाविहार स्थापना गरिएको छ । जुन हाल सम्म अन्य क्षेत्रमा यस्तो चैत्य भएको जानकारी प्राप्त हुन सकेको छैन् । यस षडक्षरी लोकेश्वर र बन्देशपुर महाविहारको […]

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Buddhism, National Security and Place of Violence

Keshar Bahadur Bhandari, PhD    Abstract The practice of national security in vary many forms existed since the time the concept of nation has come into being. The issue of security of a nation was there in Buddha’s time and even before to that; but, the nature of threats to national security that exist today […]

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Practice of Noble Eightfold Path in Nepalese Organizations

-Kalpana Mishra, PhD Abstract This article mainly focuses on the practice of the Noble Eightfold Path (NEP) in Nepalese organization. The researcher intends to objectively study whether people at the managerial level follow the NEP while performing their task in the organizations they work for. Descriptive analysis and interviews were interview conducted to meet the […]

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Ethical Pragmatic Nature of Buddhism: Conceptual Analysis

Shurendra Ghimire, PhD Abstract There is a tradition of interpreting Buddhism with the lenses of modern philosophies. In this process, Buddhism has been presented so diversely that sometimes their positioning are confusing and ambivalent- e.g. ‘ethical idealism’, ‘atheism’, ’empiricism’, etc. This paper, as an attempt of resolving the contradictory positions, engages conceptual analysis of ontology […]

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Ratna in Sanskrit and Pali Literature

Manik Ratna Shakya, PhD   Abstract Ratna, the precious stones such as ruby, pearl, coral, emerald, diamond are practiced as symbols in Buddhism. Ratna is a precious  substance which gives utmost happiness and provides reliefs to people. It is a valuable, immaculate and glittered treasure. The core of Buddhism like  Buddha, Dharma and Saṃgha is […]

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Leadership in Management: A Dialectical Concept of Buddhism

–Mohan Khatiwada, PhD Abstract The stocks of management literature have served various interpretations of leadership. The essence of all these expositions reveals the fact that leadership is meant for the goal of achieving human endeavor through the process of influencing people. In this respect, the management has developed a number of leadership models to drive […]

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Buddhist Leadership: The Path Leading to the Better Society

Deepak Prasad Acharya, PhD Abstract The purpose of this paper is to describe Buddhist way of leading an organization to resolve the problems of the contemporary business world. Specific objectives are to identify key problematic issues of leading and offer recommendations to create better and harmless leadership culture. The Buddha preached non-violence and peace as […]

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