An Interdisciplinary Journal for Indian Studies is a new international peer-reviewed journal, devoted to research on India. It will commence publication in 2014, and will be brought out every four months. The journal is devoted to the promotion of original, cutting-edge research of an interdisciplinary nature in order to facilitate fruitful exchange of knowledge among the diverse disciplines that are engaged in studying India. It expects to develop a body of research papers that will eventually lead to a better, nuanced and holistic understanding on India. The journal especially focuses on promising young scholars and academicians, and welcomes articles in all areas of humanities and social sciences that will enhance our understanding of India. These include: 1) History, 2) Sociology, 3) Economics, 4) Commerce, 5) Psychology, 6) Geography, 7) Gender Studies, 8) Religious Studies, 9) Social Work, 10) Literature, 11) Linguistics, 12) Political Science, 13) Policy Studies, 14) Archaeology, 15) Environmental Sciences and 16) Cultural Studies.
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Manorama Tripathy, Adjunct Faculty, Department of Buddhist Studies, Utkal University of Culture, Sardar Patel Hall Complex, Unit 2, Bhubaneswar 751009, Odisha, India Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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