Everything about Sanskrit: A Centre of Excellence in Southeast Asia
English  Thai
16th World Sanskrit
Conference 2015, Bangkok


Dr U-tain Wongsathit , after taking B.A. degree in Philosophy (2001) at Mahachularajvidyalaya, Buddhist University, and then M.A. in Oriental Languages (2003) at Silpakorn University spent four and half years in India, studying Sanskrit and doing research for Ph.D. degre. He serves as a Lecturer in the Department of Oriental Languages, Silpakorn University since 2003. His field is Paleography and Epigraphy in India and Southeast Asia, focusing on the inscriptions of Thailand and Cambodia. His specialization covers the vast fields of Buddhism, Philosophy, Indian Culture, Sanskrit –Pali – Khmer and Thai Languages. Please follow his academic writings and interviews at http://su-th.academia.edu/TainGree