•  15
    Ethical challenge to businesses: The deeper meaning (review)
    with V. Sudhir
    Journal of Business Ethics 30 (2). 2001.
    Today, ethics has become an important dimension for businesses. Broadly, there are two lines of thought on this issue. The first one suggests that ethical issues have to be resolved through development of appropriate ethical standards at personal or organizational level. The second one emphasizes the process of developing ethical standards rather than the standards themselves. This paper argues that the latter line of thought, when taken forward, implies that ethical dimension is essentially cha…Read more
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    Leadership—A Comparative Study of Indian Ethos and Western Concepts
    Journal of Human Values 4 (2): 155-165. 1998.
    Of late, there has been a deep interest in the subject of cultures and group behaviours with large numbers of nations engaging in international trade and other kinds of interactions. While a large body of knowledge in this area is available about other nations, it is only recently that interest in the study of Indian ethos has received attention. This paper is one such attempt to identify the distinctive features of leadership in the Indian ethos and contrast it with the delineation of leadershi…Read more
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    Rolling resistance moment of microspheres on surfaces: contact measurements
    with W. Ding, A. J. Howard, and C. Cetinkaya
    Philosophical Magazine 87 (36): 5685-5696. 2007.
  •  9
    Rolling resistance moment of microspheres on surfaces
    with Cetin Cetinkaya *
    Philosophical Magazine 85 (13): 1347-1357. 2005.
  •  5
    Impact of HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and HIV/Malarial Coinfection in Pregnant Women in Zambia and Zimbabwe
    with Camille A. Clare and Lisa Weingrad
    Ethics in Biology, Engineering and Medicine: An International Journal 5 (3): 193-205. 2014.
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    Corporate Perspectives On The Vedic Meditative Practice Upasana
    with P. Rao
    International Journal of Transpersonal Studies 25 (1): 77-82. 2006.
    A business corporation capable of evolving, termed a learning corporation, has a conscious quality. It is the systemic version of a rigid structure-preserving corporation that would be expected eventually to run into problems and end up as a failure. The conscious corporation analogy can be used to simulate the sequence of processes that occur during Upasana, a Vedic technique of meditation. In this essay, it will be argued that the Vedic view of consciousness is parallel to the postulate that s…Read more
  • A Critical Study of the Hinayana Stupa at Chandavaram
    In G. Kamalakar & M. Veerender (eds.), Buddhism: Art, Architecture, Literature & Philosophy, Sharada Pub. House. pp. 1--297. 2005.
  • Sri Yogavāsishtam Mahārāmāyaṇam (edited book)
    Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. 2001.
    Pt. 1. Book of nirvāṇa -- pt. 2. Book of nirvāṇa.