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Release of ASM Journal Volume 91

We are happy to share with you that on 25th November 2023, on the occasion of the Foundation Day of the Asiatic, the Society has released Volume 91 of the ASM Journal. It has come to the Society's notice that some unscrupulous elements are collecting money for publishing papers in the Society's Journal and offering bogus certificates. The Asiatic Society does not collect money for publishing in its journal, nor does it guarantee publication, and neither does it issue any certificate. Authors must verify with the Society before submitting any papers, and papers will be published only after rigorous peer review and editing. The Society does not take responsibility for any payments made to third parties claiming to represent the Society, or for their papers appearing in a cloned/spam journal. Ours is a print-only journal. 


Sarmaya Talks
Sarmaya Arts Foundation is excited to host its series, Sarmaya Talks at the Durbar Hall, The Asiatic Society of Mumbai on Friday, 17th May 2024 from 6 p.m. onwards.
Sarmaya Talks is a space for conversations where we invite scholars, authors, and experts to speak on a topic of their choice, introducing our audience to a wide range of subjects from art, culture, and history. We have hosted a diverse range of speakers including Ira Mukhoty, Rudrangshu Mukherjee, Rana Safvi, Girish Shahane, Madhavi Menon, Bijoy Jain, V Sriram, Manu Pillai, Devdutt Pattanaik, and Javed Akhtar.

Our session for the evening is:
A Journey in Search of Unity by Moin Mir
17th May 2024 (Friday)

6 p.m. onwards
Durbar Hall
The Asiatic Society of Mumbai

About the Speaker:
Moin Mir is a writer of non-fiction and fiction. His first non-fiction book, Surat: Fall of a Port. Rise of a Prince, was published in 2017. His novel, The Lost Fragrance of Infinity, featured in The Times of India’s top five reads of 2021 and William Dalrymple described Mir as “…a prodigious talent, the new Amin Maalouf”. In his latest non-fiction book, The Monastery of Solitude, Mir travels in the footsteps of the third-century philosopher, Plotinus, who left Rome in 242 CE with a desire to read the Upanishads in ancient India. In this contemporary journey in the footsteps of the philosopher, Mir marries his personal experiences, philosophy, and poetry to present a compassionate world view to the reader.
The event is free for all with limited seating. To register, please click here.





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