Research Area (Online Doctorate): Indian Religions (Hinduism)

Professional Doctorate in Global Ethics, Religions, and International Business: Global Ethics, Islam, Christianity, Indian Religions, Buddhism, Chinese Religions, Orthodoxy, Other Religions. Thesis

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Subjects of the Research Area “Indian Religions: Hinduism, Jainism, Zoroastrianism, Sikhism” (6 ECTS) of the Online Doctorate

  1. Hinduism
  2. Jainism
  3. Zoroastrianism
  4. Sikhism
  5. Hindu Economic Area

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The module “Indian Religions: Ethics and Business” of the Professional Doctorate in Global Ethics, Religions, and International Business consists of four sub-modules:

1- Hinduism: Ethics and Business

Hinduism Ethics and Business (Doctorate)

  1. Hinduism
  2. Sacred texts. Bhagavad-Gita
  3. Path of Yoga. Four paths to God
  4. The main traditions of Hinduism (Sampradaya)
    1. Vaishnavism
    2. Shaivism
    3. Shaktism
    4. Smartism
  5. Ethical Principles of Hinduism: Ahimsa (Non-Violence), Tolerance, Detachment
  6. Spiritual Leaders of Hinduism: Sri Ramakrishna and Mahatma Gandhi
  7. Hinduism and Business
  8. Hindu Business People
    1. Kiran Mazumdar
    2. Shri Mukesh Ambani
    3. Senapathy Gopalakrishnan
    4. S P Hinduja
    5. Kumar Mangalam Birla

Download the module syllabus: “Indian Religions” (PDF)

2 - Jainism: Ethics and Business

Jainism and Business (Doctorate, Master)

  1. Jainism
  2. Philosophy of Jainism
  3. Twelve votes. Five pillars of Jainism
  4. Ethics of Jainism
  5. Non-Violence (Ahimsa)
  6. Any living organism deserves respect
  7. Jainism and Business
  8. Jain Businessman:
    1. Sahu Jain
    2. Bhavarlal Hiralal Jain
    3. Gautam Adani
    4. Ajit Gulabchand

3 - Zoroastrianism: Ethics and Business

Zoroastrianism and Business (Doctorate)

  1. Zoroastrianism. Zarathustra
  2.  Zoroastrianism Ethics
  3. Good thoughts, words, and deeds
  4. Non-Violence
  5. Respect for animals and environment
  6. Parsees in the World
  7. Zoroastrianism and Business
  8. Zoroastrian Businessman:
    1. Adi Godrej
    2. Cyrus S. Poonawalla
    3. Wadia Family
    4. Tata Group

4 - Sikhism: Ethics and Business.

Sikhism Business

  1. Sikhism
  2. Ethical Principles of Sikhs
  3. Moral rectitude and honesty
  4. Five Articles of Faith
  5. Sikhism and Business
  6. Sikhs Businessman

5- Economic Area of the Hindu Civilisation

  1. Indian Religions and the economic area of Hindu Civilisation
  2. India as the Central State of Hindu Civilisation
  3. Countries of the influence area of the Hindu Civilisation: Bhutan, Mauritius, and Nepal
  4. Economic integration of Hindu Civilisation
  5. Interactions of Hindu Civilisation with other civilisations
  6. Diaspora of Hindu Civilisation

Download the syllabus “Economic Area of Hindu Civilisation” (PDF)

Samples of the Online Professional Doctorate in Global Ethics, Religions, and International Business:

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