The Centre for Vedic Sciences (CVS) is an institution for the study and research of the ‘Vedic Corpus’ in India which was established in Banaras Hindu University and funded by the government of Uttar Pradesh in the year 2018 for preserving and transforming the Vedic knowledge in contemporary India. The CVS is working for exploring the ignored ancient Indian Vedic Corpus related to various sciences through the study of ancient literature. Center is also willing to publish monographs, critically edited text and translation, books and an International Refereed Research Journal Annually.

In accordance with the mission and vision of the Centre for Vedic Sciences, Banaras Hindu University the true focus of the division of Vedic jurisprudence would be to establish the intellectual wealth of the preceding generations, which has given a very balanced and comprehensive fruitful solutions to each and every problem. The division shall reorient the Vedic Knowledge through research and teaching.

In order to promote the rational scientific outlook and relevance of Vedic knowledge on various issues concerning humanity at large, the Centrefor Vedic Sciences (CVS) is going to organize this International Conference on “Vedic Jurisprudence & its Impact on Contemporary World” on 11th -12th February, 2023.


The Centre for Vedic Sciences has decided to organise this International Conference on the following themes and sub-themes :

  1. Vedic Philosophy and Jurisprudence

    Dharma as a Source of Jurisprudence and Law, Legal Principles in Vedas and Smritis, Concept of Duties and Rights in Indian Society, Ethics, Morality and Law, Duty Based Society. Human Rights, Role of Shastras in Contemporary Indian Society

  2. Vedic Tradition and Constitutional Values

    Rajdharma and Good Governance, Mimansa Rules and Interpretation of Law. Mimamsa Rules and Indian Judiciary, Vedic Environmental Jurisprudence.

  3. Interface of Vedic Nyaya Shastra with the western Concept of Justice

    Principles of Justice in Vedas and Modern Western thought, Nyaya philosophy of Jaimini’s and its applicability in Modern legal system, Stories in Vedas concerning Justice, Justice without Law, Role of King in Administration of Justice.

  4. Principle of Wrong and Procedure

    Civil Wrong, Criminal Wrong, International Crime, Procedure for Implementation of Law, Concept and Forms of Punishment. Justification for Punishment i.e. Expiation, Atonement, Just Deserts, Individualization of Punishment.

  5. Family Law Perspective

    Law relating to Marital and Quasi Marital Relationship, Law relating to Parental and Quasi Parental Relationship including Legitimacy and Adoption, Law of Joint Hindu Family: Coparcenary and Coparcenary Property, Law of Partition, Law of Debts and Doctrine of Pious Obligation, Law of Inheritance, Stridhana, Status and Rights of Women.

  6. Commercial Law Perspective

    Meaning and Kinds of Property, Ownership and Possession: Nature and Modes of Acquisition, Tax Structure and Punishment for Default, Land Rights.

The above-mentioned themes are not exhaustive. Other topics relevant with the themes of Law and Vedas may also be discussed during the conference.


Registration Fee for Participation

Account Details

Accommodations for Participation

  • On receiving the registration form with accommodation request, the organizers will review and intimate the accommodation status to the delegates.
  • Foreign Delegates, Foreign Participants, and all Paper Presenters (Indian) will be provided free accommodation facilities for the conference duration within the university campus.
  • For Other participants, we will try our best to provide accommodations.
  • Allotment of rooms will be done on a first-come-first-serve basis, and after receipt of the registration fee only.


  • No general rule for TA&DA.
  • Pick-up and drop between designated places and the University campus will be arranged by the organizers.


E-mail to International Conference:

For Account details visit the following link

Official link of Conference:

Guidelines for Paper

For the preparation of Manuscript (Article/research paper) general guidelines are as follows-

  • Manuscript may be submitted in English or Hindi or Sanskrit.
  • The matters of the Manuscript shall be computer typed only in Microsoft Word format with-
  • Text Font –English- Times New Roman; Hindi- Kruti Dev 10 or APS Priyanka; Sanskrit- APS Priyanka.
  • |Font Size- 14 point for Title (All Bold Caps); 11 point for Author’s name (All Caps Italic black without prefix);11 point for Abstract;12 point for the Main Text||10 point for the Footnotes |Line Spacing- 1.5 (Auto) for main text and 1.0 (Auto) for footnotes.
  • The submission of Manuscripts shall have an Educational Qualifications, Designation / Professional Status, University/Organization’s name, and E-mail Id on the first page in the footnotes.
  • The Article/paper shall consist of 5,000 to 9,000 words, inclusive of footnotes
  • The full text of the Articles and research papers shall be preceded by-
  • An ABSTRACT in about 250 words; KEYWORDS not more than 5 words; and The Contents of the main text shall be divided under different levels of headings- Level one heading- main headings (all bold caps) numbered in Roman numerical (upper-case) in the centre;
  • Level two heading- subheadings shall be in Roman numerical (lower-case) left- aligned in bold letters;
  • Level three heading- parts of subheadings shall be in small (Alphabet) letters left- aligned in bold letters italic;
  • The paper must include an Introduction and Conclusion.
  • The full text of the Articles and papers should not go beyond the maximum limit prescribed for the same. Contributors are required to follow a set pattern of footnoting (Guidebook for References is attached with brochure and available at the website of the Centre for Vedic Sciences BHU).
  • Papers submitted shall be original contributions and must be checked by Anti-
  • Plagiarism norms prescribed by the University Grants Commission, New Delhi. It should not be under consideration for any other publication at the same time.
  • Papers shall be submitted in MS office word. Papers shall be accepted for presentation and publication only after scrutiny and evaluation.
  • All submissions shall be accompanied by a cover letter and a brief CV of the author. The Manuscript shall be E-mailed to

Timeline of the Events

Last Date of the Abstract Submission: 15th January 2023

Last Date of the Full Paper Submission: 5th February 2023

Note: Only selected Full Papers shall be permitted for presentations in the conference sessions.

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