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Editorial & Selected Commentaries________________1-20
भारत-जापान संबंध: अतीत, वर्तमान और भविष्य (डॉ० तोमियो मिज़ोकामी)__21-37
कहावतों का जाति विमर्श (डॉ० सत्यप्रिय पांडेय)_____________________38-54
कृष्णदत्त पालीवाल के आलोचना-वृत्त में निर्मल वर्मा (डॉ० राम प्रकाश द्विवेदी ) 55-66
राजा है तो सीताफल से डरेगा ही ! (साहिल कैरो)_____________________67-77
Syncretic Traditions and Peaceful Co-existence in India: A Case Study of Sufism
(Dr. Rajender K Pandey)________________________________78-91
बदलाव की बयार और भूमंडलीकरण (डॉ० प्रदीप कुमार सिंह )______________92-98
गणिका विमर्श (डॉ० सत्यप्रिय पांडेय )______________________________99-107
अखाड़ा (डॉ० चित्रा सिंह )______________________________________108-117
हिंदी का उपेक्षित साहित्यकार ठाकुर जगमोहन सिंह (प्रो० रमेश अनुपम)______118-125
Editorial to the First Issue
This first issue of Globalculturz
is before you. Scholars from India and abroad have contributed their ideas on varied and vast topics of knowledge and academic enquiry. It was a learning and building process for all of us. The layout, colors, designing and technical accessibility, all aspects were discussed. Sometimes it took several days to complete the things. Some of the issues are still pending and need further discussion. The improvement is a continuous process and the next few issues will be more elegant and more attractive. Though simplicity in presentation, language and technique is our core motto.
Periodicity and language of publication matters a lot for a journal. There is always a scarcity of quality research content and a good piece of creative work in every language. Keeping in view, the editors decided to publish it tri-annual which may be switched to quartery mode, a very common one, in future. It has been observed that short-pieces of writing on social media platform give more satisfaction and instant popularity and some serious scholars, too, prefer to opt for that. So, just the three issues of the Journal will be published in April, August and December every year. However, the updation and formatting of the articles will continue for the next one month to accomodate the late comers. Technically speaking the completed issue of April, August and December will be ready by the end of months of May, September and January respectively and will be available for the readers in perfect form. Ideas are not confined to any language or a particular group of society. They can flourish in any corner. Due to the constrain of human resource, we have limited the publication in three languages viz. Hindi, English and Japanese. It is obvious that for Japanese language, Tokyo Center team will be more helpful than any one us, here in India. The same is true vice-versa.
ISSN is another issue for which the editorial team will do its best. The idea is to move the ISSN applications in both countries-Japan as well as in India for the benefit of scholars. But, in any case we’ll not deprive the ideas to get expressed.
We are trying, We are experimenting. We are moving ahead. Your valuable suggestion are precious to us. Do write to us.
May 31, 2020