Vedanta Wisdom Journal

Contribute to the Vedanta Wisdom Journal

Greetings to all spiritual seekers and enthusiasts of Vedanta!

We are delighted to announce the launch of the Vedanta Wisdom Journal, a platform dedicated to spreading the timeless teachings of Vedanta and exploring their relevance in contemporary times. As the world faces unprecedented challenges, it is crucial to delve into fundamental questions about the human experience, seek inner peace, and discover the path to a meaningful life. The Vedanta Wisdom Journal will address these inquiries by presenting the wisdom of Vedanta in a context that resonates with modern seekers. It will also share the Vedantic teaching and lifestyle emphasized by Swami A. Parthasarathy.

Our target audience consists of well-educated young professionals across various fields, who possess a scientific and logical bent of mind. If you have an interest in or a basic understanding of spirituality and are eager to explore the teachings of Vedanta, this journal is for you.

The Vedanta Wisdom Journal will serve the following objectives:

  • Introduce Vedanta to our readers by providing a thorough understanding of its core principles and its potential to enhance one’s life.
  • Demonstrate the relevance and applicability of Vedanta in the modern world. Examine real-life scenarios and contemporary challenges to illustrate how Vedanta can provide profound insights and practical solutions.
  • Serve as an authentic and credible source for Vedantic teachings. Our content will be curated and reviewed by a team of experts, ensuring accuracy and reliability.
  • Share real life evidence to support the teachings of Vedanta.
  • Showcase ongoing research on Vedantic topics, including scholarly research from institutions within and outside India.

We invite all of you to contribute articles to the Vedanta Wisdom Journal

You do not have to be an expert to contribute. Feel free to share aspects of your own spiritual journey and insights that you believe will be meaningful to our readers.

How to submit your manuscript?

  1. The language of publication is English, and the preferred language of submission is English. 
  2. Articles should generally contain between 500 and 2500 words (including all notes and references).
  3. The article should be uploaded as follows: 
    • The ‘Main Document’, and begin with the Title.
    •  A 150-word abstract OR brief on your article which will tell us what your article is all about.  Please add three to seven keywords. 
    • A brief biographical note (max. 100 words) should be included in a separate document and uploaded, named as the ‘Biographical Note’.
  4. The Title of your article should clearly identify the subject of your article. This is an important strategy to increase the chance of articles coming up in Google searches and therefore improving the likelihood of your article being read and cited.
  5. Minimize the use of acronyms and avoid using your own inventions, or those known only to a specialist audience. It is best to only use acronyms which are familiar to the general public.
  6. The number and length of footnotes should be strictly limited. They should be numbered serially and included at the end of the text prior to the references section. 
  7. Images should be as clear and as high a resolution as possible.
  8. Insert page numbers into your manuscript.
  9. If your article has been previously published or self – published or submitted as a thesis, please let us know with details of the year/name of journal or magazine or website or university. 
  10. Send the articles to this email id:  in Word Format or as a Word Document using Calibri Font size 12

The principal focus of the submission must be Vedanta (including its teachings as well as the associated spiritual journey). Emphasis should be placed on its applicability in today’s context.

Articles should be easy to read and understand. We encourage the use of visual representations, such as cartoons or diagrams, to support the content.

We welcome articles based on research (statistical, anecdotal or literary/scriptural). A balanced blend of empirical evidence and traditional wisdom will enrich the understanding of Vedanta.

We also encourage articles pertaining to other spiritual schools as long as they serve to provide a point of comparison with Vedanta, and thus foster a deeper understanding of Vedantic thought.

Articles should be a minimum of 500 words but no more than 2500 words typed in Calibri font size 12.

If you are passionate about Vedanta and its ability to transform lives, we invite you to be a part of this transformative journey. Submit your articles to the Vedanta Wisdom Journal and contribute to the dissemination of Vedantic wisdom among the modern spiritual seekers.

The deadline for article submission is 15 July 2023.

The articles can be mailed to

Please reply to this email if you have any questions or need further clarification.

Note: The Vedanta Wisdom Journal will be managed by an editorial team which includes subject matter experts in Vedanta. They will review each article and serve as the final decision maker on its suitability for publication. In addition, the editorial team will provide valuable feedback and suggestions. Where possible, they will work with the author to improve the submission or adapt it to meet the requirements for publication.

Dr Janki Santoke


Vedanta Wisdom Journal