Section 1:   Trade and Cultural exchanges

  • The textile exchange between Japan and India During the 16th and 19th Centuries : From the viewpoint of techniques and design of traded textile by Dutch merchants
  • Cultural Exchanges between Japan and Mughal India in the 17th Century
  • Indigenisation of Traditional Performing Arts in Japan : Transformation of Indian Elements in Gagaku
  • Katsuta Shōkin: A Japanese Painter at the Government School of Art, Calcutta, 1905–1907
  • Ruptures and Continuity in Pan-Asianism : New Insights into India-Japan Artistic Exchanges in the first half of the Twentieth Century
  • Indigo and Its Impact on East Asian Textile
  • Sari-Kimono and the Making of a Transnational Craftscape

Section 2: Social and community interactions

  • What does Devi do? Uncovering Women’s Worlds in Japan’s Sindhi Merchant Diaspora
  • Co-learning between Japan and South Asia: Through Jimotogaku Community Mapping Method
  • Voices from the Margins: Community Knowledge as an ‘Alliance of Hope’

Section 3: Discovering each other

  • In search of a non-Western education model: Syed Ross Masood of Hyderabad turns to Japan 
  • An Uncommon View of Meiji Japan: Through the Eyes of Two Bengali Youths
  • A historical study of Tenjiku(天竺) Recognition in Japan

Section 4: Sharing concerns and technology 

  • Japanese shipping and India since the late 19th century
  • India-Japan historical linkages in the field of railway technology: Transition from individual development to cooperative innovation
  • A comparison between the current and 60-year-old conditions of sultanate heritage in Delhi:Digital archive, Institute for Advanced Studies of Asia, the University of Tokyo
  • Early Scientific Investigations on Earthquakes in India: Influence of Japanese Seismologists on the development of Earthquake resilient construction in Northeast India