Conference Themes

Conference theme! "Interfaith religious diplomacy in Indus Valley Civilization:

Interpretations from History, Art, Architecture, and Heritage" is a captivating topic that brings together various fields of study. The conference aims to explore how the Indus Valley Civilization, known for its rich history, art, architecture, and heritage, played a role in fostering interfaith religious diplomacy. Throughout history, the Indus Valley Civilization has been recognized for its cultural diversity and exchange of ideas.

By examining the historical context, artistic expression, architectural marvels, and heritage of this civilization, we can gain valuable insights into how interfaith dialogue and diplomacy were practiced in ancient times. It also combines the exploration of interfaith, dialogue and diplomacy with the fascinating realm of tourism. By incorporating tourism into the conference theme, we investigate into how the Indus Valley Civilization's religious diplomacy influenced and continues to influence tourism in the region. The rich history, art, architecture, and heritage of this ancient civilization have captured the interest of travelers and tourists from around the world. By examining the intersections between religion, diplomacy, and tourism, we can explore how the Indus Valley Civilization's religious sites and cultural landmarks have become important destinations for spiritual seekers, history enthusiasts, and curious travelers.

This conference offers a unique opportunity for scholars, researchers, and enthusiasts to come together and delve into the intricate connections between religion, diplomacy, and the Indus Valley Civilization. By exploring this topic, we can gain a deeper understanding of how religious interactions shaped societies and fostered peaceful coexistence in the ancient world. This conference will for sure provide a platform for engaging discussions, thought-provoking presentations, and the exploration of new ideas. It's an exciting opportunity to learn, connect, and contribute to the collective knowledge surrounding religious diplomacy in the context of the Indus Valley Civilization.

SUB-THEMES (not limited to)

  • Religious Pluralism in the Indus Valley Civilization.
  • Exploring the Indus Valley Civilization.
  • Cultural and Religious Practices in the Indus Valley Civilization
  • Religious Tolerance and Coexistence in the Indus Valley Civilization.
  • Sacred Spaces and Rituals.
  • Indus Valley Art and Design.
  • The Legacy of the Indus Valley Civilization.
  • The Indus Script.
  • The Role of Religious Symbols and Iconography in the Indus Valley Civilization.
  • The Role of Indus Valley Civilization in Ancient Trade and Commerce.
  • Human Rights Violation.
  • Religious, Cultural Tourism & Hospitality
  • Ethics and Values in Indus Valley Religions
  • Architecture and Urban Planning of the Indus Valley Civilization.
  • Politics of Religion.
  • Application of Historical Practices in Current Scenario
  • Decolonization of History & Culture

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Deadline: 15th March, 2024
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