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Haṭhapradīpikā

Śākta Traditions Haṭhapradīpikā Project description Danish title:  Haṭhapradīpikā – Haṭhayogaens hovedværk, Forlaget Univers (2018). The first full translation of the

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Online Tantra Course

OCHS Academic Director creates online Tantra Course OCHS Academic Director, Prof. Gavin Flood, author of The Tantric Body, a standard text

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Study Hindu Studies at the OCHS as an Oxford University student or as a Visiting Student.

Explore the depth of scholarship and gain access to cutting edge research.

During Oxford University term time we host lectures and talks both in person and online. We also have a wide selection of recorded lectures and seminars online for you to enjoy at your convenience, including our popular Friends Talks.

During Oxford University term time we host lectures and talks both in person and online. We also have a wide selection of recorded lectures and seminars online for you to enjoy at your convenience, including our popular Friends Talks.

We offer 32 online courses on everything from Sanskrit, and Yoga Philosophy, to the Goddess, the Mahabharata, the Gita, and the Puranas. 

Browse the selection and enrol here.

Take a look at our Annual Reports and learn more about our activities. You can read about out teaching, research projects, fellows publications, development activities, library, bursary awards, continuing education and much more. 

Take a look at our Annual Reports and learn more about our activities. You can read about out teaching, research projects, fellows publications, development activities, library, bursary awards, continuing education and much more. 

Discover the OCHS

The Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies (OCHS) is an academy for the study of Hindu cultures, societies, philosophies, religions, and languages, in all periods and in all parts of the world, maintaining the highest standards of academic integrity, originality, and excellence.

We are a non-political and non-sectarian organisation and welcome staff, students, and visitors of all backgrounds. The OCHS is a place where all ideas are open for dispassionate discussion and examination.

We are dedicated to preserving India and Nepal’s cultural heritage and promoting a better understanding of it through a comprehensive programme of education, publishing, and research. 

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