Dr. Arvind Kumar Singh


Assistant Professor

Other
University School Of Buddhist Studies & Civilization
PhD in Buddhist Studies (2002) from University of Delhi
Buddhist Studies


Professional
Updates


Books

A)  BOOKS:

 

1.      Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2006. Animals in Early Buddhism. Delhi: Eastern Book Linkers. ISBN: 81-7854-094-0

2.      Singh, Arvind Kumar & Sarao, K. T. S., trans. 2006. A Text Book of the History of Theravada Buddhism (Revised Edition), Delhi: Vidya Nidhi Prakashan. ISBN: 81-86700-66-8

3.      Singh, Arvind Kumar & Jha, L. K., trans. 2007. Researches in Buddhist Studies: A Descriptive Bibliography. Delhi: Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi.

4.      Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2009. Buddhism in Far East Asia. New Delhi: M. D. Publication Pvt. Ltd. ISBN: 978-81-7533-165-5

5.      Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2009. Buddhism in Southeast Asia. New Delhi: M. D. Publication Pvt. Ltd. ISBN: 978-81-7533-166-2

6.      Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2009. Buddhism in South Asia. New Delhi: M. D. Publication Pvt. Ltd. ISBN: 978-81-7533-167-9

7.      Singh, Arvind Kumar. Schism in Buddhist Samgha in Early Indian Buddhism (under process).

8.      Singh, Arvind Kumar. Buddhism and Environment: Some Interpretations (under process).


Patents


Journals

JOURNALS:

  1. Singh, Arvind Kumar, May 2019. Member, Editorial Board, Mindful Leadership for Sustainable Peace, eds., Most Ven. Thich Nhat Tu and Most Ven. Thich Duc Thien, Hong Duc Publishing House, HCM City, Vietnam, May 2019. ISBN: 978-604-89-7926-3
  2. Singh, Arvind Kumar, May 2019. Member, Editorial Board, Consumption and Environment: A Sustainable Perspective, eds., Most Ven. Thich Nhat Tu and Most Ven. Thich Duc Thien, Hong Duc Publishing House, HCM City, Vietnam, May 2019. ISBN: 978-604-89-8624-7
  3. Singh, Arvind Kumar, May 2019. Member, Editorial Board, Buddhist Approach to Harmonious Families, Healthcare, and Sustainable Societies, eds., Most Ven. Thich Nhat Tu and Most Ven. Thich Duc Thien, Hong Duc Publishing House, HCM City, Vietnam, May 2019. ISBN: 978-604-89-7927-0
  4. Singh, Arvind Kumar, May 2019. Member, Editorial Board, Buddhist Approach to Global Leadership and Shared Responsibilities for Sustainable Societies, eds., Most Ven. Thich Nhat Tu and Most Ven. Thich Duc Thien, Religion Publisher, Hanoi, Vietnam, May 2019. ISBN: 978-604-61-6256-8
  5. Singh, Arvind Kumar, May 2019. Member, Editorial Board, Book of Messages: United Nations Day of Vesak 2019, eds., Most Ven. Thich Nhat Tu and Most Ven. Thich Duc Thien, Hong Duc Publishing House, HCM City, Vietnam, May 2019. ISBN: 978-604-89-7931-7
  6. Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Cultural and Religious Studies, David Publishing Company,240 Nagle Avenue #15C, New York, NY 10034, USA (http://www.davidpublishing.org/journals_info.asp?jId=1694#)
  7. Assistant Editor, 2010. The Journal of the Department of Buddhist Studies “Buddhist Studies” Vol. XXXVIII. Delhi: Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi.
  8. Assistant Editor, 2010. The Journal of the Department of Buddhist Studies “Buddhist Studies” Vol. XXXVII. Delhi: Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi.
  9. Assistant Editor, 2009. The Journal of the Department of Buddhist Studies “Buddhist Studies” Vol. XXXVI. Delhi: Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi.
  10. Assistant Editor, 2009. Gems of Buddhism. Vol. I. Delhi: M. D. Publication.
  11. Assisted the Editor/Editors of the Departmental Journal named Buddhist Studies, Volume-XXVIII-XXXVII in editing, formatting, proof checking and finalization of it for final print during 2006-2010.

 

 

C)    ARTICLES/RESEARCH PAPERS/CHAPTERS IN BOOKS/JOURNALS:

 

  1. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. “Etymology and Significance of Dhammacakka in Early Buddhism” in Dharmadoot, Vol. 87, ed. Bimalendra Kumar, Mahabodhi Society of India (International Pali Institute), Sarnath, Varanasi, UP, India, November 2021: 84-92. ISSN: 2347-3428.
  2. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. Angkor Wat: An Epitome of Buddhist Heritage in Cambodia published in Journal of Buddhist Studies, Journal of the US Sangha for Buddhist Studies, Vol. 02, Issue 01, Dharma Mountain Publishing, USA, May-June 2021: 95-113. ISSN: 2692-7357.
  3. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. “Covid-19 Pandemic and Buddhism: Nature, Challenges and Solution” in Lumbini Prabha, Vol. 6, 2565 BE, ed.  Neupane, Fanindra Kumar, published by Lumbini Buddhist University, Nepal, May 2021: 57-64. ISSN: 2616-0196 (Print) & 2717-4603 (Online).
  4. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. “Preface” of the book Vipassana Masters of Myanmar by Ashin Nyanavara, Easter Book Linkers, Delhi: 2021: v-xvi ISSN: 978-81-7854-398-7.
  5. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. “Foreword” of the book Amalgamation of Sasana-Phi into Buddhist Culture of Lao: A Study of its Impact and Significance by Ven. Luangsalath Khonsavanh, Easter Book Linkers, Delhi: 2021: VII-XIV.
  6. ISSN: 978-81-7854-387-1.
  7. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. “Preface” of the book Buddhist Mode of Education in Modern Context by Ajit Kumar, Easter Book Linkers, Delhi: 2021: VII-XI.

ISSN: 978-81-7854-393-2.

  1. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2020. “The Cult of Buddhist Relics: Genesis and Significance of Veneration” in Dharmadoot, ed. Bimalendra Kumar, Mahabodhi Society of India (International Pali Institute), Sarnath, Varanasi, UP, India, November 2020: 74-85.  ISSN: 2347-3428.
  2. Singh, Arvind Kumar, May 2020. “Women in Buddhism: A Campaign for Liberation of Indian Womanhood” in The Maha Bodhi, ed. Prof. (Dr.) Bimalendra Kumar, 2564 BE, Vol. 127, September 2020, Mahabodhi Society of India, Sri Dharmarajika Chetiya Vihara, Kolkata, India: 29-40. ISSN: 0025-0406.
  3. Singh, Arvind Kumar & Chauhan, Kavita, 2020. “Devadatta and Dissension within Buddhist Samgha” in Lumbini Prabha, Vol. V, 2564 BE, ed. Neupane, Fanindra Kumar, published by Lumbini Buddhist University, Nepal, May 2020: 109-118. ISSN: 2616-0196 (Print) & 2717-4603 (Online).
  4. Singh, Arvind Kumar, November 2019. “The Buddha and Buddhism: An Ideal System of Education” in Dharmadoot, ed. Bimalendra Kumar and Ramesh Prasad, Vol. 85, November 2019, Mahabodhi Society of India (International Pali Institute), Sarnath, Varanasi, UP, India: 81-89. ISSN: 2347-3428.
  5. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2019. Foreword of the book titled ‘Socio-Economic Philosophy of Buddhism: An Investigation Based on Pāli Literature’ of Pham Nhat Huong Thao published by Eastern Book Linkers, Delhi, September 2019: ix-xiv. ISBN: 978-81-7854-377-2
  6. Ven. Sajjana, Kumar, Gautam Anand, & Singh, Arvind Kumar, July, 2019. Exploring the Relationship between Buddhist Mindfulness Meditation, Wellbeing and Personal Goal. Paper published in International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT), Volume 08, Issue 5S3, published by Blue Eye Intelligence Engineering & Science Publication, July, 2019: 362-371. ISSN 2249-8958. Retrieval Number: E10780785S319/2019©BEIESP DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.E1078.0785S319. Impact Factor: 1.0 Reg.
  7. Ven. Sajjana, Kumar, Gautam Anand, & Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2019. Mindfulness and Practice in Various Buddhist Traditions. Paper published in Online International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, (Bi-monthly), Volume 09, May, 2019, Special Issue (05): 404-410. ISSN 2249-9598 (www.oiirj.org) Impact Factor: 2.217
  8. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2019. Buddhist Sects in Ancient India: An Examination of their Origins. Paper published in DIRI Journal, Volume 3, Dhammachai International Research Institute, New Zealand: 2019: 37-59. ISSN 2624 - 4594
  9. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2019. Buddhist Contribution to Modern Society: An Overview. Paper published in Prajna (the wisdom): A Journal of Bodhgaya Temple Management Committee, Bodhgaya, Volume XXI, No. 1 (Buddha Jayanti Issue), Bodhgaya Temple Management Committee, Bodhgaya, Bihar: May 2019: 52-60. ISSN 2250 – 1983
  10. Singh, Arvind Kumar, May 2019. Buddhist Approach to Global Education in Ethics: A Way to Create A Peaceful Global Order, in UNDV 2019 conference proceedings on the theme Buddhist Approach to Global Education in Ethics, eds., Most Ven. Thich Nhat Tu and Most Ven. Thich Duc Thien, Hong Duc Publishing House, HCM City, Vietnam, May 2019: 423-442. ISBN: 978-604-89-7928-7
  11. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2018. “Mindfulness in Daily Life: Practical Applicability and Significance” in a book entitled ‘Anussati’, ed. Ven. Dr. Pategama Gnanarama Anuyaka Mahathero, Buddhist Pali College of Singapore, September 2018: 216-229.
  12. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2018. “The Sarnath: The Cradle of Buddhist Heritage”. In the proceedings of the International Conference on the theme ‘Buddhism in Southeast Asia’ organized by ICCR, Indian Embassy of India to Kingdom of Cambodia, and Phrea Sihanoukraja Buddhist University, Phnom Penh, Cambodia from September 3-8, 2018, Surabhi Prakashan, Gurugram, India, 2018: 240-253.
  13. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2018. The Cham Culture of Vietnam: Tracing the Indian Routes. Paper published in the journal entitled ‘Voice of History’ Vol. XXIX, July 2018: 19-36. ISSN: 2645-6306.
  14. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2018. “Empowering Youth through Buddhist Education”. In the proceedings of the International Buddhist Conference on the United Nations Day of Vesak 2018 entitled ‘Buddhist Contribution for Human Development’ 15th UNDV Conference Volume published by ICUNDV & Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Bangkok, Thailand, held from May 25-27, 2018: 96-117.
  15. Singh, Arvind Kumar, May 2018. “Buddhist Perspective to Peace Building in the Global World” in The Maha Bodhi, eds. Hemendu Bikash Chowdhury & Bimalendra Kumar, 2562 BE, Vol. 125, April 2018, Mahabodhi Society of India, Sri Dharmarajika Chetiya Vihara, Kolkata, India: 29-37. ISSN: 0025-0406.
  16. Singh, Arvind Kumar, November 2017. Foreword of book titled “Sigalovada Sutta: A Compendium of Socio-Economic Philosophy of the Buddha” by Ms. Pham Nhat Huong Thao, Eastern Book Linkers, Delhi, India, 2017: iii-xii. ISBN: 978-81-7854-323-9.
  17. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2017. ‘Anuruddha’ in Encyclopedia of Buddhism and Jainism, eds. Sarao, KTS and Long, Jeffery D., Springer, Netherland, 2017: 139-142. ISBN: 978-94-024-0851-5.
  18. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2017. ‘Bodhagaya’ in Encyclopedia of Buddhism and Jainism, eds. Sarao, KTS and Long, Jeffery D., Springer, Netherland, 2017: 250-255. ISBN: 978-94-024-0851-5.
  19. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2017. ‘Bodhi Tree’ in Encyclopedia of Buddhism and Jainism, eds. Sarao, KTS and Long, Jeffery D., Springer, Netherland, 2017: 258-261. ISBN: 978-94-024-0851-5.
  20. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2017. ‘Sarnath’ in Encyclopedia of Buddhism and Jainism, eds. Sarao, KTS and Long, Jeffery D., Springer, Netherland, 2017: 1100-1104. ISBN: 978-94-024-0851-5.
  21. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2017. ‘Taranath’ in Encyclopedia of Buddhism and Jainism, eds. Sarao, KTS and Long, Jeffery D., Springer, Netherland, 2017: 1209-1214. ISBN: 978-94-024-0851-5.
  22. Singh, Arvind Kumar, November 2017. Preface of book titled “Asokan Edicts: An Assemblage of Sociological Assertions and Moral Guidelines” written by Ms. Suttisa Lappermsap, Eastern Book Linkers, Delhi, India, 2017: vii-ix. ISBN: 978-81-7854-314-7.
  23. Singh, Arvind Kumar, November 2016. “Transmission and Consolidation of Buddhism in Myanmar: A Historical Study” in Dharmadoot, ed. Bimalendra Kumar, Vol. 812, November 2016, Mahabodhi Society of India (International Pali Institute), Sarnath, Varanasi, UP, India: 33-57. ISSN: 2347-3428.
  24. Singh, Arvind Kumar, May 2016. “Exploring Buddhist Response to Global Warming” in The Maha Bodhi, eds. Hemendu Bikash Chowdhury & Subhas Chandra Saha, 2560 BE, Vol. 123, No. 3, September 2016, Mahabodhi Society of India, Sri Dharmarajika Chetiya Vihara, Kolkata, India: 49-51. ISSN: 0025-0406.
  25. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2016. “Cham Architecture in Viet Nam” in Journal of International Association of Buddhist Universities on the theme Buddhism and ASEAN Regional Issues, JIABU Vol. 9, No. 1, 2016, eds. Dion Peoples, Bangkok, Thailand: 119-137. ISSN: 1906-8190.

(http://jiabu.mcu.ac.th/new/index.php/2017/02/20/vol-9-no-1/)

  1. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2016. “Buddhist Perspective on Animals as Depicted in the Dhammapada” as a Chapter in Bodhi: Recent Studies in Pali Buddhism, eds. Kumar, Bimalendra and Kumar, Ujjawal Mahabodhi Society of India, Sarnath and Bharati Prakashan, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. ISBN: 978-93-80550-38-1.
  2. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2016. “World Peace and Conflict Resolution: A Solution from Buddhist Point of View” in Journal of International Association of Buddhist Universities on the theme Buddhism and Secular Philosophy, JIABU Vol. VII, 2016, eds. Dion Peoples, Bangkok, Thailand, ISSN: 1906-8190.

(http://www.iabu.org/sites/default/files/JIABU-Vol-VII-PEACE.pdf)

  1. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2016. “Buddhist Ethics: An Approach to attain World Peace” in the proceedings of The World Buddhist Peace Conference on the theme “Peace and Wisdom” organized by Sitagu International Buddhist Academy, Sagaing, Mandalay, Myanmar from January 22-24, 2016.
  2. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2015. “Stem Cell Research and Bioethical Issues: A Buddhist Perception” in Journal of International Association of Buddhist Universities on the theme Buddhism and Secular Philosophy, JIABU Vol. 8, No. 2, 2015, eds. Dion Peoples, Bangkok, Thailand. ISSN: 1906-8190

(http://www.ojs.mcu.ac.th/index.php/jiabu/issue/view/172)

  1. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2015. “An Analysis of Portrayal of Animals in Jataka Tales” in Nalanda - Buddhism and Indian Cultural Journal, ed. Bhikkhu Sumanapala, Golden Jubilee Year volume, Kolkata, 2015: 455-464. ISSN: 2320-7264 Regd. No. 1832/70.
  2. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2015. “Stem Cell Research: A Buddhist Perspective” in The Maha Bodhi, eds. Hemendu Bikash Chowdhury & Subhas Chandra Saha, 2560 BE, Vol. 123, No. 1, May 2016, Mahabodhi Society of India, Sri Dharmarajika Chetiya Vihara, Kolkata, India: 49-51. ISSN: 0025-0406.
  3. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2015. “Stem Cell Research: A Buddhist Perspective” in Dharmadoot, ed. Bimalendra Kumar, Vol. 81, November 2015, Mahabodhi Society of India (International Pali Institute), Sarnath, Varanasi, UP, India: 132-137. ISSN: 2347-3428.
  4. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2015. “Origin and Development of Cham Culture of Vietnam: A Historical Study” in Buddhism in Mekong Region ed. Thich Nhat Tu published by Vietnam National University-HCMC Press, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 2015: 393-407. ISBN: 978-604-73-3764-4.
  5. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2014. “Theravada Buddhism and Its Sources: A General Survey” in the International Journal of Buddhist Studies named ‘Sangayana, Vol. 4 & 5, ed. Singh, Surjeet Kumar, Pali Language & Literature Research Council, Kushinagar, UP: 5-15. ISSN 2319-6343.
  6. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2015. “Relevance of Buddhist Doctrines to the Solution of Religiously Motivated Violence (Terrorism)”. In the proceedings of an International Buddhist Conference on the United Nations Day of Vesak 2015 on the theme “Buddhism and World Crisis” UNDV Conference Volume published by ICUNDV & Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Bangkok, Thailand, held from May 27-31, 2015. Available on http://www.undv.org/vesak2015/paper/relevance_of_buddhist.pdf
  7. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2015. “Brahma Vihara and Humanism: A Buddhist Perspective” in the proceedings of International Conference on Religious Tolerance and Harmony held from April 22-23, 2015 at Buddhist and Pali University of Sri Lanka, eds. Ven. Dr. Panahaduwe Yasassi Thero & Ven. Dr. Witharandeniya Chandasiri Thero, Sri Lanka, 2015: 92-107.  ISBN 978-955-9373-12-4
  8. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2014. “Buddhist Social Ethics of Spirituality: A Way to Counter Social Evils” in ed. Shiva Nath Singh and R. C. Sinha, The Philosophical Quest, a Bilingual and Bi-Annual Philosophical Journal, Vol. 3, Part II, July-December, 2014: 118-136. ISSN-2319-4634.
  9. Singh, Arvind Kumar. September, 2014. Buddhist Heritage of Bodh-Gaya: Pilgrimage and Religious Diaspora, in the Dhammadoot, Vol. 80, ed. Seewalee Thero, Ven. P., Kumar, Bimalendra & Prasad, Ramesh, Sarnath: Mahabodhi Society of India, 2014: 8-21. ISSN: 2347-3428
  10. Singh, Arvind Kumar. September, 2014. Research paper published on The Chinese Buddhist Encyclopedia titled: Buddhist Ethics and Environmental Concerns.

(http://www.chinabuddhismencyclopedia.com/en/index.php/Buddhist_Ethics_and_Environmental_Concerns)

  1. Singh, Arvind Kumar. September, 2014. Research paper published on The Chinese Buddhist Encyclopedia titled: Buddhist Heritage of Bodh Gayā: Pilgrimage and Religious Diaspora.(http://www.chinabuddhismencyclopedia.com/en/index.php/Buddhist_Heritage_of_Bodh_Gay%C4%81:_Pilgrimage_and_Religious_Diaspora)
  2. Singh, Arvind Kumar. September, 2014. Research paper published on The Chinese Buddhist Encyclopedia titled: Buddhist Tradition and Problems of Global Warming: Relevance and Response.(http://www.chinabuddhismencyclopedia.com/en/index.php/Buddhist_Tradition_and_Problems_of_Global_Warming:_Relevance_and_Response)
  3. Singh, Arvind Kumar. September, 2014. Research paper published on The Chinese Buddhist Encyclopedia titled: Conflict Resolution and Peaceful Society: A Buddhist View.(http://www.chinabuddhismencyclopedia.com/en/index.php/Conflict_Resolution_and_Peaceful_Society:_A_Buddhist_View)
  4. Singh, Arvind Kumar. September, 2014. Research paper published on The Chinese Buddhist Encyclopedia titled: Origin and Development of Buddhist Education System: A Brief Survey.(http://www.chinabuddhismencyclopedia.com/en/index.php/Origin_and_Development_of_Buddhist_Education_System:_A_Brief_Survey)
  5. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2014. “The Buddhist Attitude towards Wealth” in the ‘The Ocean of Buddhist Wisdom’ ed. Sharma, S. P. and Labh, Baidyanath. Delhi: New Bhartiya Book Corporation. August 2014: 355-371. ISBN: 978-81-8315-233-4
  6. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2014. World Peace and Conflict Resolution: A Solution from Buddhist Point of View. Paper published in the proceedings titled “Buddhist Contribution to Global Peace-Building” ed. Most Ven. Dr. Thich Nhat Tu and Most Ven. Dr. Thich Duc Thien of the 11th United Nations Day of Vesak Celebrations and Conference in Vietnam 2014 on the theme Buddhist Perspective towards achieving the UN Millennium Goals organized by the National Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (NVBS) in Ninh Binh Province, Vietnam from May 7-11, 2014: 89-116. ISBN 978-604-61-1164-10
  7. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2014. “Status and Position of Women at the Time of the Buddha”. Paper published in the proceedings of an International Conference on the theme ‘Bhikkhuni Sangha and Its Importance in Buddhism’ organized by Centre of Buddhist Studies, Viswa-Bharti, Shantiniketan, West Bengal scheduled from February 7-9, 2014: 164-181.
  8. Singh, Arvind Kumar, September 2013. Re-discovering the Lost Glory of Nalanda: An Indian Renaissance. Paper published in Vijjavimutti ed. Ven. Dr. Rangama Chandawimala Thero, published Mangala Vihara for Buddhist and Pali College, Singapore, September 2013: 98-112. ISBN – 978-981-07-8574-1
  9. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2013. The Cham Culture of Vietnam: Tracing the Indian Routes. Paper published in the proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Indian Imprints on Vietnam-Southeast Asia Interactions on 3rd October, 2013, organized by Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. 2013: 196-216. ISBN: 978-604-73-1885-8.
  10. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2013. “Schism in Early Buddhist Samgha and Role of Devadutta as Depicted in the Pāli Tīpiṭakas”. In Chinese Buddhism Encyclopedia which is available on:http://www.chinabuddhismencyclopedia.com/en/index.php/Schism_in_Early_Buddhist_Sangha_and_Role_of_Devadatta_as_Depicted_in_the_Pali_Tipitaka_by_Dr._Arvind_Kumar_Singh
  11. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2013. “Economics of Wealth Management as Depicted in Pāli Buddhist Literature”, in the Sri Lankan International Journal of Buddhist Studies, (ed.) Suvimalee, Bhikkhuni, Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka International Buddhist Academy: 2013. 74-87.
  12. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2012. “Buddhist Ethics: A Way to Counter Environmental Crisis in the Age of Globalization” in the International Journal of Buddhist Studies named ‘Sangayana’, Vol. I, ed. Singh, Surjeet Kumar, Pali Language & Literature Research Council, Kushinagar, UP: 5-14. ISSN 2319-6343
  13. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2011. “Buddhist Sects in Ancient India: An Examination of Their Origins” in Proceedings of the Conference on the theme ‘Buddhist Canon(s) and Early Mahayana Buddhism’ organized under the banner of Asian Buddhist Forum by National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, Fo Guang University, National Chengchi University, Taiwan in support of ICCR, India and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, R.O.C., Taiwan from December 8-13, 2011: 96-110.
  14. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2011. “Devadatta and Buddhism: A Re-Examination” in Chung Hwa Journal of Buddhist Studies, Taiwan, ROC. (Under Publication).
  15. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2011. “Buddhist Perspective on Equality”, in the Sri Lankan International Journal of Buddhist Studies, Vol. I, (ed.) Suvimalee, Bhikkhuni, Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka International Buddhist Academy: 137-164. ISSN 2012-8878
  16. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2011. “Buddhist Concerns and its Solution to Economic Crisis” in Ṅāṇapabhā: (Ven. Pategama Gnanarama Felicitation Volume), ed. Thero, Rangama Chandawimala, Singapore: Buddhist College of Singapore (Ṅāṇapabhā Felicitation Committee of Ti-Sarana Buddhist Association, Singapore): 195-204. ISBN: 978-981-07-0459-9.
  17. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2011. Buddhism and Deep Ecology: An Appraisal. In the proceedings of an International Buddhist Conference on the United Nations Day of Vesak on the theme “Buddhist Virtues in Socio Economic Development” UNDV Conference Volume published by ICUNDV & Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Bangkok, Thailand, held from May 12-14, 2011: 413-427. ISBN : 978-974-364-960-8
  18. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2010. Global Concern to Climate Change: A Buddhist Response. In the proceedings of an International Buddhist Conference on the United Nations Day of Vesak on the theme “Global Recovery: A Buddhist Perspective” UNDV Conference Volume published by ICUNDV & Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Bangkok, Thailand, held from May 23-25, 2010: 14-26. ISBN 978-974-364-892-2
  19. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2009. “The Concept of Devine in Buddhist Tradition”. Half Yearly Journal of Commission for Inter Religious Dialogue named ‘Fellowship’, July, 2010. (Accepted for Publication).
  20. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2010. “Dissent in Early Buddhism with Special Reference to Devadatta”, in the ‘The Ocean of Buddhist Wisdom’ Volume V, ed. Sharma, S. P. and Labh, Baidyanath. Delhi: New Bhartiya Book Corporation.
  21. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2010. “The First Buddhist Council as Depicted in Different Accounts” in the ‘Buddhist Studies’ Volume XXXVII, ed. Bhikshu, Satyapala. Delhi: University of Delhi. 132-149. ISSN 0970-9754
  22. Singh, Arvind Kumar. trans. 2010. “Glorious History of the Department”. In the ‘Buddhist Studies’ Volume XXXVII, ed. Bhikshu, Satyapala. iii-ix. Delhi: University of Delhi. ISSN 0970-9754
  23. Singh, Arvind Kumar. trans. 2010. “Call for Papers for National Conference on Buddhist Councils (Sangiti-): Perspectives and Prospects” in the ‘Buddhist Studies’ Volume XXXVII, ed. Bhikshu, Satyapala. x-xii. Delhi: University of Delhi. ISSN 0970-9754
  24. Singh, Arvind Kumar. trans. 2010. “Report on the National Seminar on Buddhist Councils (Sangiti): Perspectives and Prospects” in the ‘Buddhist Studies’ Volume XXXVII, ed. Bhikshu, Satyapala. xiii-xviii. Delhi: University of Delhi. ISSN 0970-9754
  25. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2009. “Environmental Concern and Asoka’s Dhamma Policy: Its Relevance in the Modern World” in the ‘The Ocean of Buddhist Wisdom’ Volume IV, ed. Sharma, S. P. and Labh, Baidyanath. Delhi: New Bhartiya Book Corporation. 382-394. ISBN: 81-8315-119-1 & 978-8315-119-1
  26. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2009. “Buddhist Ethics: An Overview” In the ‘Buddhist Studies’ Volume XXXVI, ed. Bhikshu, Satyapala. Delhi: Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi. 157-171. ISSN 0970-9754
  27. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2009. “Buddhist Festivals”. Half Yearly Journal of Commission for Inter Religious Dialogue named ‘Fellowship’, Vol. 17 No. 1. 4-6. January, 2009.
  28. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2008. “Samghabheda at the time of the Buddha”. In the ‘Buddhist Studies’ Vol. XXXV, ed. Bhikshu, Satyapala. November, 2008. Delhi: Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi. 78-91. ISSN 0970-9754
  29. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2008. ‘Relevance of Buddhism in Attaining World Peace’ In the “War Conflict and Healings: A Buddhist Perspectives”, ed. That, Le Manh and Tu, Thich Nhat.  Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Vietnam Buddhist University (The Religion Publisher). 53-62.
  30. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2008. “Schism in Samgha during the time of the Buddha”. In the ‘Gyanayani’ Vol. IV, No. 4, Lucknow (India). 359-374. UPHIN/2003/13336.
  31. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2008. “Guru Padmasambhava and Introduction of Buddhism in Sikkim’. In the Buddhist Studies, Vol. XXXIV, ed. Bhikshu, Satyapala. Delhi: Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi. 55-69. ISSN 0970-9754
  32. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2007. A paper titled “Tracing the Signs of Buddhism in Modern Punjab”. In the ‘Buddhist Studies’ Vol. XXXIII, ed. Bhikshu, Satyapala. Delhi: Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi. 59-66. ISSN 0970-9754
  33. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2007. “Buddhist Attitude towards Euthanasia in Early Buddhism”. In the ‘Buddhist Studies’ Vol. XXXII, Ed. Bhikshu, Satyapala. Delhi: Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi. 163-182. ISSN 0970-9754
  34. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2007. “The Dhammapada and its Eternal Message”. In the Buddhist Studies. Vol. XXXI, Ed. Bhikshu, Satyapala. Delhi: Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi. 140-147. ISSN 0970-9754
  35. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2007. ‘Relevance of Buddhism in Attaining World Peace’. In the Samskriti Sandhan, Vol. XX, No. 2, July-December, 2007. ed. Yadav, Jhinkoo. Varanasi: National Research Institute of Human Culture: 238-245. ISSN: 0974-1526.
  36. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2007. A write up titled “The Dhammapada”. In the ‘Fellowship’, Vol. 15, No. 2. 14 & 17, New Delhi: Commission for Inter Religious Dialogue.
  37. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2006. “Abortion and Buddhism”. In the Buddhist Studies, Vol. XXX, ed. Bhikshu, Satyapala. Delhi: Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi. 138-147. ISSN 0970-9754
  38. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2006. “Origin and Development of Maitreya Buddha Cult in Buddhism” In the Buddhist Studies, Vol. XXXIX. ed. Bhikshu, Satyapala. Delhi: Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi. 90-97. ISSN 0970-9754
  39. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2006. “The Concept of Reality in Buddhist Philosophy”. In the Buddhist Studies, Vol. XXVIII, ed. Bhikshu, Satyapala. Delhi: Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi. 181-189. ISSN 0970-9754
  40. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2002. “Animals in Buddhism”. In the ‘Signification in Language and Culture’ ed. Gill, H. S., Shimla (Himachal Pradesh): Indian Institute of Advance Study. p. 437-443. ISBN: 81-7986-015-9.
  41. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2000. “Buddhism and Natural World: An Analysis and Reflection”. In the ‘Buddhist Studies’ Vol. XXI, ed. Bhikshu, Satyapala. Delhi: Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi: 89-98. ISSN 0970-9754
  42. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2000. “The Naga in Early Indian Buddhism”. In the ‘Sambodhi’ ed. Mahathera, Rashtrapala. 56-61. Bodh Gaya: Mahabodhi Society of Bodh Gaya. 


Conference Proceedings

PAPERS PRESENTED/ATTENDED/SESSION CHAIRED/CO-CHAIRED AT VARIOUS CONFERENCES / SEMINARS: 

  1. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. Paper presented entitled Socially Engaged Buddhism and Environmental protection: A Re-Examination in Modern Context in an online webinar organized by Indian Society for Buddhist Studies and hosted by Nava Nalanda Mahavihara, Nalanda on October 1, 2021.
  2. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. Paper presented entitled Cultural Links between India and Vietnam with special focus on Cham Culture in an online webinar on the theme Buddhist Philosophy: A General View organized by Swami Vivekanand Culture Centre and Embassy of India in Hanoi, Vietnam on September 28, 2021.
  3. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. Paper presented in an online webinar entitled Buddhist Studies in India and Gautam Buddha University as Guest of Honour cum Resource person organized by Nguyen Thieu Dhamma English Club, Binh Dinh School of Buddhist Studies, Vietnam on September 19, 2021.
  4. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. Paper presented as a Resource Person entitled Buddhist Perspectives on Drug Addiction: Nature and Significance at an International Webinar organized to celebrate VESAK 2021 by The Nalanda Centre of Buddhist Studies, Sao Paolo, Brazil on May 29, 2021.
  5. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. Paper entitled Buddhist Response to Global Educational Crisis: Nature and Significance presented under the sub theme Buddhism and Higher Education in an online webinar namely Lumbini International Buddhist Conference 2021 on the theme ‘Post Covid-19 Pandemic: Knowledge, Ethics and Collective Responsibility’ organized Lumbini Buddhist University, Lumbini, Nepal on May 27-28, 2021.
  6. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. Delivered a lecture on Buddhism for Sustainable Environment on April 22, 2021 in an International Webinar organized by Subharti University.
  7. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. Paper presented as a Resource Person on the theme Contribution of Ambedkar in Uplifting the Morals of Dalits in India in One Day  National Webinar on Contribution of Dr. Ambedkar in Nation Building held on April 14, 2021 organized by Samrat Ashok Shubharti School of Buddhit Studies, SVS University, Meerut.
  8. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. Paper presented as a Resource Person on the theme A Re-Examination of Devadatta’s Character as Depicted in the Buddhist Scriptures in 2021 DIRI Buddhist Academy Zoominar Series held from April 12-30, 2021 organized by Dhammachai International Research Institute, New Zealand on April 17, 2021.
  9. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. Paper titled Buddhist Perspectives on Life: From Discourse to Practice for Better World presented at Three-Day Online International Conference on Culture, Tradition and Belief System: from discourse to practice organized by Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies (CIHCS), An Autonomous Body of the Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India, Dahung, West Kameng District, Arunachal Pradesh from March 24-26, 2021.
  10. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. Chaired a technical session at Three-Day Online International Conference on Culture, Tradition and Belief System: from discourse to practice organized by Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies (CIHCS), An Autonomous Body of the Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India, Dahung, West Kameng District, Arunachal Pradesh from March 24-26, 2021.
  11. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. Paper titled Ethical Aspects of A?oka’s Dhamma Policy & Peaceful and Harmonious Society presented at Three days International Seminar on “Universal Message of the Buddha on Peace and Harmony” (?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?????? ????? ?? ??????? ??????) organized by International Buddhist Research Centre (??????????????? ????? ??? ???????), Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh from March 20-22, 2021.
  12. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2021. Paper titled Beliefs and Practices among Youth as an outcome of the Impact of Buddhist Philosophy presented at Three-day International Conference on Buddhist Philosophy and Its Role In Inculcating Values Among Youth held from February 17 -19, 2021 organized by Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (RGNIYD), Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India, Pennalur, Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu, India in Association with Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India on February 18, 2021.
  13. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2020. Paper titled P?li, Buddhist Studies and NEP-2020: Perspectives and Prospects presented at 7th International Online Conference on the theme “Pali and Buddhism” jointly organized by International Pali Institute, Sarnath and Mahabodhi Society of India, Sarnath from November 1, 2020.
  14. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2020. As Resource Person presented the paper entitled Gautam Buddha University: Road Map for Centre of Excellence in Buddhist Studies at an International Webinar organized by Department of Political Science and International Relations, GBU on the theme ‘National Education Policy 2020:  Road Map and Future Implementation for Gautam Buddha University’ held from October 31 – November 1, 2020.
  15. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2020. Paper entitled Covid-19 Pandemic and Buddhism: A Hope to Bring New Paradigm for World presented at an International Webinar on the theme ‘New Paradigm in the Covid-19 Pandemic Based on Buddhism’ organized by Graduate School, Mahamukut Buddhist University, Thailand in collaboration with Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi held November 1, 2020.
  16. Singh, Arvind Kumar, July 2020: Paper titled Buddhism: A Tool to Lead a Happy Life presented at an International Webinar on “Global Well-Being and the Tenets of Ancient Indian Traditions with Reference to Buddhism” organized by School of Buddhist Studies and Civilization, Gautam Buddha University in association with Vietnam Buddhist University, Vietnam, Dhammadoot Chekinda University, Yangon, Myanmar and SVCC, Colombo, Sri Lanka from July 9-11, 2020.
  17. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2020. Paper entitled Buddhist Healing Practices and Pandemic presented at International Webinar organized by Dharma Chakra Vihara, International Institute of Origin of Buddhist Studies and Research, Sarnath, Varanasi, UP held from June 27-28, 2020.
  18. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2020. Paper entitled Epidemic and Buddhism: An Overview Amidst Covid-19 Pandemic presented as Resource Person at a Webinar organized by Department of Chinese and Tibetan Languages, Panjab University, Chnadigarh on May 29, 2020.
  19. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2019. Co-chaired the first Academic Session of an International Conference on the theme “Heritage as Soft Power” organized by Centre for Heritage Studies, University of Kelaniya, Kelaniya, Sri Lanka on December 26, 2019.
  20. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2019. Paper titled Buddhist Heritage and Cultural Diplomacy: A Buddhist Path to Cultural Diplomacy presented at an International Conference on the theme “Heritage as Soft Power” organized by Centre for Heritage Studies, University of Kelaniya, Kelaniya, Sri Lanka from December 26-27, 2019.
  21. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2019. Paper titled The Cult of Buddhist Relics: Genesis and Significance of Veneration presented at 6th International Conference on the theme “Pali and Buddhism” jointly organized by International Pali Institute, Sarnath and Mahabodhi Society of India, Sarnath from November 10-11, 2019.
  22. Singh, Arvind Kumar, May 2019. Paper entitled Buddhist Approach to Global Education in Ethics: A Way to Create A Peaceful Global Order presented at 16th UNDV 2019 International conference on the theme Buddhist Approach to Global Leadership and Shared Responsibilities for Sustainable Development at Hanoi, Vietnam, May 12-14, 2019
  23. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2019. Paper entitled The Garudhamma as Rules and Bhikkhuni Sangha: An Observation from Buddhist Perspectives, presented at 2nd Global Conference on Buddhism and Women’s Liberation, held at Buddha Gaya, Bihar organized by Mahabodhi Society of India, Bodh Gaya on January 30-31, 2019.
  24. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2019. Paper entitled Buddhist Contributions to Modern Society: An Overview, presented at an International Conference under Bodh Mahotsav organized by Department of Tourism, Government of Bihar in association with Bodh Gaya Temple Management Committee at Bodh Gaya on January 12, 2019.
  25. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2018. Paper titled The Buddha and Buddhism: An Ideal System of Education presented at 5th International Conference on the theme “Pali and Buddhism” jointly organized by International Pali Institute, Sarnath and Mahabodhi Society of India, Sarnath from November 20-21, 2018.
  26. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2018. Paper entitled The Sarnath: The Cradle of Buddhist Heritage presented at an International Conference on the theme ‘Buddhism in Southeast Asia’ organized by ICCR, Indian Embassy of India to Kingdom of Cambodia, and Phrea Sihanoukraja Buddhist University, Phnom Penh, Cambodia from September 3-8, 2018.
  27. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2018 (May). Paper titled Empowering Youth Through Buddhist Education was presented at 15th United Nations Day of Vesak Celebration Conference on the theme “Buddhist Contribution for Human Development” under the panel on ‘Empowering Youth Through Buddhist Education’ organized by Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Ayuthhaya at Ayuthyaya and Bangkok Thailand from May 25-27, 2018.
  28. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2018 (April). Paper titled Buddhism in Golden Triangle of Russia: A Historical Study of Advent and Growth of Buddhism in Russia presented at 3rd International Conference of Indologists organized by Indian Council for Cultural Relatuions, MEA, Govt of India in association with Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia from April 26-28, 2018.
  29. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2017. Paper titled The Bhikkhuni Ordination and Controversy: An Analytical Study presented at 4th International Conference on the theme “Pali and Buddhism” organized by Mahabodhi Society of India, Sarnath from October 30-31, 2017.
  30. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2017. Paper entitled “Schism in Early Buddhist Sa?gha and Role of Devadatta as Depicted in the P?li Tipi?aka”. Presented the paper in an International Conference on the theme “Buddhism: Traditions, Ideologies and Dissent” at Gautam Buddha University, Greater Noida held from September 7-9, 2017.
  31. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2016. Paper entitled “Brahma Vih?ra: A Buddhist Spiritual Way of Living” presented at an International Conference on the theme ‘Buddhist Spiritual Living: An Analysis of the Brahma Vihara as Theory, Practice and Application’ organized by International Theravada Buddhist Missionary University, Yangon, Myanmar from December 20-21, 2016.
  32. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2016. Paper entitled “Buddhist Perspective to Political Strife & Peace Building in the Global World” presented at 4th Dharma-Dhamma International conference on the theme ‘Dharma and Polity’ organized by Sanchi University of Buddhist-Indic Studies, Sanchi, Ministry of Culture, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh and India Foundation, New Delhi from October 19-21, 2016.
  33. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2016. Paper entitled “Buddhist Ethics: An Approach to attain World Peace” presented in The World Buddhist Peace Conference on the theme “Peace and Wisdom” organized by Sitagu International Buddhist Academy, Sagaing, Mandalay, Myanmar from January 22-24, 2016.
  34. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2015. Paper entitled “Origin and Development of Cham Culture of Vietnam: A Historical Study” presented in an international conference on Buddhism in Mekong Region: Its History and Development, organized by the Vietnam Buddhist Research Institute in collaboration with the HO Chi Minh University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam from November 13-14, 2015.
  35. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2015. Paper entitled “Buddhist Religious Perspective on Welfare of Humankind in the Light of Human Rights” presented at 3rd International Dharma-Dhamma Conference on the theme ‘Harmony of Religions: Welfare of Humankind’ organized by Sanchi University of Buddhist-Indic Studies in association with Indian Foundation, New Delhi and Department of Culture, Government of Madhya Pradesh held from October 24-26, 2015 at Brilliant Convention Centre, Indore, Madhya Pradesh.
  36. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2015. Paper entitled “Relevance of Buddhist Doctrines to the Solution of Religiously Motivated Violence (Terrorism)” presented at an International Buddhist Conference on the United Nations Day of Vesak 2015 on the theme “Buddhism and World Crisis” UNDV Conference Volume published by ICUNDV & Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Bangkok, Thailand, held from May 27-31, 2015.
  37. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2015. “Brahma Vihara and Humanism: A Buddhist Perspective” in the proceedings of International Conference on Religious Tolerance and Harmony held from April 22-23, 2015 at Buddhist and Pali University of Sri Lanka, eds. Ven. Dr. Panahaduwe Yasassi Thero & Ven. Dr. Witharandeniya Chandasiri Thero, Sri Lanka, 2015.
  38. Singh, Arvind Kumar & Kumar, Chandan, 2015. Paper entitled “Bioethical Issues and Stem Cell Research: Based on P?li Literature” presented in National Seminar on the theme ‘Pali Language and Literature: Modern Perspective’ organized by Department of Pali, Nava Nalanda Mahavihar, Deemed to be University, Nalanda, Bihar from March 18-20, 2015.
  39. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2015. Paper titled Buddhist Education: Focus on Traditional Methodology for Modern Relevance presented in “The 8th ICSSR-NRCT Joint Seminar on Comparative Perspective on Religion and Social Change: Buddhism in Everyday Life in India and Thailand” at Hotel Ambassador Ajanta, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India from January 19-21, 2015.
  40. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2014. Paper titled An Overview on Evolution of Buddhist Education System presented at 14th Annual Conference of Indian Society for Buddhist Studies held from October 10-12, 2014 at Iswar Saran Degree College, Allahabad, UP.
  41. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2014. Paper titled Buddhist Perspective on Animals as Depicted in the Dhammapada presented at National Conference on the theme “Pali: Retrospect & Prospects” organized by Mahabodhi Society of India, Sarnath from September 16-17, 2014.
  42. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2014. Paper titled World Peace and Conflict Resolution: A Solution from Buddhist Point of View presented at 11th United Nations Day of Vesak Celebrations and Conference in Vietnam 2014 on the theme Buddhist Perspective towards achieving the UN Millennium Goals organized by the National Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (NVBS) in Ninh Binh Province, Vietnam from May 7-11, 2014.
  43. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2014. An Introductory Outline of Ancient Heritage Centers of Cham Art in Viet Nam”. Paper presented in an International Conference on the theme ‘The Cham Art Heritage of Vietnam: Ecological, Cultural and Art Historical Traditions’ organized by Indira Gandhi Centre of Arts, New Delhi, India from April 25-26, 2014.
  44. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2014. Economics of Wealth Management as Depicted in Buddhist Pali Literature: An Examination. Paper presented in a National Conference on Pali and Indian Culture held from March 22-23, 2014 at School of Sanskrit Studies, Jawahar Lal Nehru University, New Delhi.
  45. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2014. Buddhist Tradition and Problems of Global Warming: Relevance and Response. Paper presented in 2nd International Conference on Dharma-Dhamma: Nature, Source and Relevance of Dharma-Dhamma Traditions organized by Centre for Study of Religion & Society (CSRS), India Foundation, New Delhi at Sanchi University of Buddhist-Indic Studies, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh from February 28 to March 02, 2014.
  46. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2014. “Status and Position of Women at the Time of the Buddha”. Paper presented at an International Conference on the theme ‘Bhikkhuni Sangha and Its Importance in Buddhism’ organized by Centre of Buddhist Studies, Viswa-Bharti, Shantiniketan, West Bengal scheduled from February 7-9, 2014.
  47. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2013. The Cham Culture of Vietnam: Tracing the Indian Routes. Paper presented at 2nd International Conference on Indian Imprints on Vietnam-Southeast Asia Interactions on 3rd October, 2013, organized by Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
  48. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2013. Conflict Resolution and Peaceful Society: A Buddhist View. Paper presented at three day International Symposium on “Buddhist Heritage of Odisha: Situating Odisha in Global Perspective” organized by Department of Tourism and Culture in association with Utkal University of Culture from February 1-3, 2013.
  49. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2012. Buddhist Social Ethics: A Way to Counter Social Evils. Paper presented at an Annual Conference of Indian Society for Buddhist Studies held from November 2-4, 2012 at Doon University, Dehradun, Uttaranchal.
  50. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2012. Preservation of Buddhist Tradition at Bodhagaya through Royal Patronage (Dana). Presented the paper in an International Conference at Gautam Buddha University, Greater Noida held from September 7-9, 2012.
  51. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2011. “Buddhist Sects in Ancient India: An Examination of Their Origins” in Proceedings of the Conference on the theme ‘Buddhist Canon(s) and Early Mahayana Buddhism’ organized under the banner of Asian Buddhist Forum by National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, Fo Guang University, National Chengchi University, Taiwan in support of ICCR, India and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, R.O.C., Taiwan from December 8-13, 2011.

52.  Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2010. The Cham Culture of Vietnam: Rediscovering the Lost Civilization. Paper presented at the Buddhist Linkages in South and South East Asia: Prospects and Perspectives, jointly organized by the Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi, and Indian Council for Cultural Relation. Delhi, October 7-9, 2011.

  1. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2011. Buddhist Attitude towards Wealth. Paper presented at an Annual Conference of Indian Society for Buddhist Studies in North Eastern Region held from September 16-18, 2011 at Chintan Bhawan, Gangtok, Sikkim.
  2. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2011. Buddhism and deep Ecology: An Appraisal. Paper presented at an International Buddhist Conference on the United Nations Day of Vesak on the theme “Buddhist Virtues in Socio Economic Development” at Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Main Campus, Wang Noi, Ayutthaya and United Nations Conference Centre, Bangkok, Thailand, held from May 12-14, 2011.
  3. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2011. Re-discovering the Lost Glory of Nalanda: An Indian Renaissance. Presented at National Seminar on “Heritage of Nalanda: Icons and Symbols; Thoughts and Literature” organized by Nav Nalanda Mahavihar, Nalanda, Bihar held from February 11-13, 2011.
  4. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2010. Buddhist Ethics and Environmental Protection: An Analysis and Reflection in the Age of Globalization. Paper accepted for presentation in World Buddhist Conference to be jointly organized by the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) and the Nembutsushu Sect of Buddhism, Japan, during the Sixth Buddhist Summit to commemorate the 1000 year Anniversary of Hanoi capital of Vietnam from November 20-25, 2010 at National Convention Center, Hanoi, under the patronage of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha’s Supreme Patriarch Council and the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. Postponed.
  5. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2010. Global Concern to Climate Change: A Buddhist Response. Paper accepted for presentation at an International Buddhist Conference on the United Nations Day of Vesak on the theme “Global Recovery: A Buddhist Perspective” at Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Main Campus, Wang Noi, Ayutthaya and United Nations Conference Centre, Bangkok, Thailand, held from May 23-25, 2010.

58.  Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2010. Presented a paper entitled “Buddhist Economics and Economic Crisis: A Study” at the International Seminar on Buddhism and Globalization, jointly organized by the Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi, and Indian Council for Cultural Relation. Delhi, 17-19 February 2010.

  1. Singh, Arvind Kumar. Attended an International Conference on Buddhism in East Asia: Traditions, Changes and Challenges, organized by Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi at Convention Centre, University of Delhi from February 12-13, 2010.
  2. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2010. Buddhist Morality. Paper presented at the 4th IASR National Conference on Morality and Religion: Exploring Their Relationship, organized by Indian Association for the Study of Religions (IASR) in association with Department of Philosophy, University of Delhi at Department of Philosophy, University of Delhi from January 29-30, 2010.
  3. Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2009. Paper presented “Environmental Concern and A›oka’s Dhamma Policy: Its Relevance in the Modern World” at an International Buddhist Conference on the United Nations Day of Vesak on the theme “Buddhist Approach to Global Crisis” held at Bangkok, Thailand at the Buddhamonthon Auditorium, Buddhamonthon, Nakhon Pathom, Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Main Campus, Wang Noi, Ayutthaya and United Nations Conference Centre, Bangkok, Thailand, held from May 3 -7, 2009.

62.  Singh, Arvind Kumar. 2009. Paper presented entitled “Devadatta and Buddhism: A Re-Examination” at International Seminar on “Universal Message of Buddhism with special reference to Påli Literature” organized by Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan (Deemed University), New Delhi at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi from September 22-24, 2009.

  1. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2009. Paper presented on “Dissent in Early Buddhism with Special Reference to Devadatta”, at 9th Annual Conference of Indian Society for Buddhist Studies, held at University of Kashmir, Srinagar from October 5-7, 2009. (Accepted for Publication)
  2. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2009. Presented a paper title “Humanism and Buddhism: A Comparative Study in Modern Context” at an International Conference on ‘Relevance of Buddhism in Human Welfare, Peace and Happiness’ held from May 9-10, 2009 organized by Buddhist Study Centre, Dau Dayal Mahila (P.G.) College, Firozabad, UP in collaboration with UGC.
  3. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2009. Participated the international panel discussion on “What the Panditas and Yogis Brought to Tibet” comprised of renowned scholars; Gene E. Smith, Former Director of American Library of Congress, Stephen Goodman of CIIS, John Dunne of Emory University and Jake Dalton of University of Carlifornia, Berkeley hosted by The Khyentse Foundation and Siddhartha’s Intent India at IIC Annexe, New Delhi on March 13, 2009.
  4. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2009. Participated in a Seminar organized to celebrate World Women’s Day on the theme “Women as the First Teacher” organized by URI, North India Zone at Harijan Sevak Sangh on 8th March 2009.
  5. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2009. Participated in a National Seminar on the theme “21st Century India and Challenges of Terrorism” organized by Respect India, Delhi at Conference Centre, North Campus, University of Delhi on 7th March 2009.
  6. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2009. Attended a special Lecture by Geshe Dorji Damdul, religious Translator of His Holiness the Dalai Lama on the topic “Ontological nature of the reality and its relevance to the Buddha Nature” conducted by Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi on March 5, 2009.
  7. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2009. Presented a paper titled “Concept of Peace in Buddhism: In present World Scenario” on March 4, 2009 in an International Conference on “Buddhism as Peace-Maker in Post Modern SAARC” held at India International Centre, Main Auditorium, Max Muller Marg, New Delhi held from March 4-5, 2009.
  8. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2009. Attended a special Lecture by Geshe Dorji Damdul, religious Translator of His Holiness the Dalai Lama on the topic “Introduction to the four classification of  Tantra in Tibetan Buddhism” conducted by Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi on March 3, 2009.
  9. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2009. Presented a paper entitled ‘Background to the Origin of Early Buddhist Sects’ at the National Seminar on “Origin and Development of Buddhist Sects: Their Cultural Identity and Cross Cultural Perspectives” organized by Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi from February 6-7, 2009.
  10. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2009. Attended the international panel discussion on “What the Panditas and Yogis Brought to Tibet” comprised of renowned scholars; Gene E. Smith, Former Director of American Library of Congress, Stephen Goodman of CIIS, John Dunne of Emory University and Jake Dalton of University of Carlifornia, Berkeley hosted by The Khyentse Foundation and Siddhartha’s Intent India at IIC Annexes, New Delhi on March 13, 2009.
  11. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2009. Attended a special Lecture by Geshe Dorji Damdul, religious Translator of His Holiness the Dalai Lama on the topic “Introduction to the four classification of  Tantra in Tibetan Buddhism” conducted by Deptt of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi on March 3, 2009.
  12. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2008. Presented a paper entitled ‘Relevance of Buddhism in Attaining World Peace’ presented at an International Conference to celebrate United Nations Day of Vesak Workshop 1 theme “War Conflict and Healings: A Buddhist Perspectives” of United Nation Vesak Day Celebration 2008 held at Hanoi, Vietnam from May 13-17, 2008.
  13. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2008. Participated in a seminar on the theme “The Wisdom of Lotus Sutra: A Teaching for All Ages” cum exhibition on “The Lotus Sutra: A Message of Peace and Harmonious Co-existence” at Lecture Hall, IGNCA, New Delhi sponsored by Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), New Delhi, St. Petersburg Branch of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Bharat Soka Gokkai, New Delhi, held from April 17-23, 2008.
  14. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2009. Attended a special Lecture by Geshe Dorji Damdul, religious Translator of His Holiness the Dalai Lama on the topic “Ontological nature of the reality and its relevance to the Buddha Nature” conducted by Deptt of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi on March 5, 2009.
  15. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2008. A Paper entitle “Gugu Padma Sambhava Evam Sikkim Mein Baudh Dharma Ka Prachar aur Prasar” at a National Conference on the topic “Bharat Desh Aur Bhot Desh Ke Dharmika Evam Sanskritik Sambandhon Mein Acharya Padmasambhava Ka Aitehasika Yogdan” at Rewalsar, Mandi, Himachal Pradesh from February 12-15, 2008.
  16. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2008. Presented paper entitled “First Buddhist Council as Depicted in Different Sources” at an International Conference on the Theme ‘Sangiti (Buddhist Councils): Perspectives and Prospects’ held at Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi, Delhi from February 8-10, 2008.
  17. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2007. Presented a paper on “An Overview of Buddhist Literature” in a National Seminar on “Life and Teachings of the Buddha” organized by Institute of Sanskrit & Indological Studies, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra on 24th October, 2007.
  18. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2007. Presented paper entitled ‘Buddhist Attitude Towards Euthanasia in Early Buddhism’ at Centre of Buddhist Studies, under Department of Religious Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala (Punjab) which took place from 31st March - 1st April, 2007 February to 28th February 2007.
  19. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2006. Presented paper entitled ‘The Concept of Reality in Buddhist Philosophy’ at World Interim Philosophy Congress held at Delhi University from 15th December to 20th December 2006.
  20. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2006. Presented paper entitled ‘Abortion and Buddhism’ at 43rd Session of All India Oriental Conference held at Jammu University, Jammu from 12-14 October 2006.
  21. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2006. Presented a paper titled ‘Jalandhar: A Seat of Buddhism in Modern Punjab’ at Centre of Buddhist Studies, under Department of Religious Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala (Punjab) which took place from 27th February to 28th February 2006.
  22. Singh, Arvind Kumar, 2001. Presented a paper entitle "Non - Harming Towards Animals in Buddhism" at International Symposium on "Signification in Buddhist and French Traditions" at Indian Institute of Advance Study, Shimla (Himachal Pradesh) which was held from 25th Sept' 2001 to 30th Sept' 2001.