Dr. Pranjal Garg

Dr. Pranjal Garg

Name: Dr. Pranjal Garg
Designation: Assistant Professor
Phone: 04366-277230
Email: pranjal@cutn.ac.in


Biographic Sketch:
Dr. Pranjal Garg, specialises in Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology. After graduating from ‘Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education’, Pondicherry, where he received a holistic education based on the principle of Integral Education, he specialized in Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology and did his research in Archaeology. He has taught at Post-Graduate level at several Universities and is currently appointed as an Assistant Professor at the Department of History, Central University of Tami Nadu, Thiruvarur.

Research Highlights :

He has been delivering lectures and doing his research in Indian culture and its esoteric aspects, Vedic studies, studies in Sri Aurobindo’s works on History, Culture and Philosophy, Metaphysical and philosophical studies in relation with history, traditional Indian Knowledge Systems, Art and Architecture, Art History, Archaeology, interdisciplinary research incorporating various scientific methods to enhance Social Science research, Classical Archaeology intertwined with Archaeological Sciences.

Recent Publications :

  1. “Hymns to the Mystic Fire”, Reading Sri Aurobindo, eds. Chikarmane, G. and Ganguli, D., (2022) Print ISBN - 978-0670097036. Published by Penguin eBury Press; Penguin RandomHouse India.
  2. “The Ahar culture: the early steps towards urbanization in Rajasthan”, Current

researchers in Indian Archaeology, eds. Meena M. L., Godhal V., Kumar. V., pp. 19-51, (2022)Print ISBN - 978-81-95008-05-6. Published by Literary Circle, Jaipur.

  1. “Archaeology vis-à-vis Microbiology: Discovering the Vistas of Interdisciplinary Research”, Frontier Discoveries and Innovations in Interdisciplinary Microbiology, pp 213-219, (2016). Print ISBN - 978-81-322-2609-3. DOI: 10.1007/978-81-322-2610-9_14. Published by Springer India.

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