i) Resurgent India: A project that has aimed to rediscover and highlight India’s great achievements in every field of human existence, and to work for a new, vibrant and resurgent India. “Of Past Dawns and Future Noons: Towards a Resurgent India”, a book that was the result of the ‘Resurgent India’ project and acquaints the reader with the rich and fabulous history of India with special focus on architecture, sculpture, painting, and literary traditions.
ii) Indian Yogic Psychology: This series of articles explores the world of Yoga and the treasures it holds. These articles have been published on blogs of the Sri Aurobindo Society – Next Future, Integral Musings and Gnostic Psychology.
iii) Article series in magazines: Articles on or related to Sanskrit have been published in the Next Future, a monthly e-journal of the Sri Aurobindo Society, and in Mother India, a monthly journal of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Puducherry. Some of the series titled are given below:
iv) The Wonder That is Sanskrit: A research project that led to the creation of a set of two multimedia CDs entitled: a. Devabhasha Ashtavadhanam. The aim of this work was to present the beauty, charm and perfection of Sanskrit language and literature. The book discusses about:
v) Srimad Bhagavad Gita in the Light of Sri Aurobindo: A project that resulted in the creation of a multimedia CD that contains the entire 700 verses of the Gita in Devanagari with Roman transliterations, followed by English translations, anvaya, and word by word meaning. Each verse has been traditionally chanted to illustrate the sound and beauty of the Sanskrit language. It also contains the ‘Essays on the Gita’ by Sri Aurobindo.
vi) Chandovallari: A project that resulted in the book titled “Chandovallari: A Handbook of Sanskrit Prosody” and a multimedia CD titled “Chandovallari: An illustration of major Chandas in Sanskrit”. The focus was to introduce and explain the structure of the principal chandas or metres of Sanskrit Prosody. It tries to give a feel of various chandas through examples collected from many original sources.
i) Collected Works of Vasishtha Kavyakantha Ganapathi Muni: Dr. Sampadananda Mishra (Associate Editor) was involved in the editing and publishing of the 12 volumes of “Collected Works of Vasishtha Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni”. The volumes were published by Sri Ramanashramam, Tiruvanamalai between 2004 and 2011 as a part of the Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni Project.
For reading the works online, please visit the blog: http://kavyakantha.blogspot.in/