• Das, V. (1999A). Theodicy: Examining negative and positive occurrences in Humans, J.E. Ifie Ed., Africa: Our times and culture, 1(1& 2), 245-251. Ibadan: Oputoru Books.
  • Das, V. (1999B). Some Vedic anecdotes and aphorisms relevant to women education  in Nigeria, Journal of classical and related studies, 4(1), 12-29.
  • Das, V. (2000B). Transmuting bestial culture: Lawmakers and character development, Oladipo, O. & Olorunyomi, S., Eds., Current Viewpoint: A review of culture and society, 2(1&2), 57-60, Ibadan: Hope Publication.
  • Das, V. (2000C). Sex: Its political, economic and social implications, Journal of multidisciplinary studies, 4(2), 60-69.
  • Das, V. (2000E). Intricacies of charity and implications of usurping a brahmana’s   property: Lesson from Nrga, Journal of classical and related studies, 5(1).
  • Das, V. & Ifie, J.E. (2000). Karma: An exploration of parallels in Ogbia and Hare Krishna teachings, Journal of multidisciplinary studies, 5(2), 37-44.
  • Das, V. (2001A). Democracy and raw capitalism, J.E. Ifie, (Ed.) Africa: Our times and culture, 2(1), 23-32. Ibadan: Oputoru Books.
  • Das, V. ( 2001B). Universal basic education and self-realization: Towards intellectual transformation, J.E. Ifie, Ed. Africa: Our times and culture, 2(1). Ibadan: Oputoru Books.
  • Das, V. (2001C). Vedantic views on cultural transformation: A stimulus for socio-political stability, Journal of  multidisciplinary studies, 6(1), 21-29.
  • Das, V. (2001I). Kleptomaniacs and Nigeria’s political destiny, Journal of curriculum and instruction, 10(5), 37-40.
  • Das, V. (2001L). Organismic and sociological factors affecting societal norms: Lessons from an oriental culture, Teachers’ mandate on education for human and societal development in Nigeria, 23-33. Ibadan: University of Ibadan.
  • Das, V. (2002A). Vedantic views on religious transmogrification: A stimulus for national unity, Arts and social sciences forum journal, 5(5), 1-19.
  • Das, V. (2002D). Presidency and requital epistemology: Lessons from an oriental culture, Journal of multidisciplinary studies, 11(1), 1-6.
  • Das, V. (2002E). Varnasrama manifesto for national integration and cohesion, Journal of multidisciplinary studies, 11(2), 28-41.
  • Das, V. (2002F). Life without sex: An exploration of merits in celibacy,  Journal of multidisciplinary studies, 12(2)
  • Das, V. (2002G). The Jos Carnage and democracy, Recall: A chronicle of Nigerian events, 3(1). Ibadan: Hope Publications.
  • Das, V. (2003A) Lawmakers and corruption: Sonic therapeutic approach, Journal of curriculum and instruction, 11(2), 88-92.
  • Das, V. (2003B). Endogenous and exogenous factors affecting probity in governance, Journal of research and production, 3(2), 45-52.
  • Das, V. (2003D). The challenge of the curriculum paradigm implicit in Vaisnava  education in curbing HIV/AIDS pandemic in Nigeria, Journal of research and production, 3(4), 23-34.
  • Das, V. (2003E). Education and self-reliance: Varnasrama approach, Knowledge Review, 7(3), 32-38.
  • Das, V. (2003F). Raw-capitalism and anti-material bankruptcy: Issues in Nigeria’s democratic future, Multidisciplinary journal of research development, 1(2), 74-80.
  • Das, V. (2004). Factors Affecting the African Child’s Right to Inquire.  Presented at the 1st Global Conference on Philosophy with Children: Transdisciplinary Perspectives, Mansfield College, Oxford, United Kingdom. Retrieved from
  • Das, V. (2005). Traditional practices affecting the emancipation and empowerment of women in Nigeria, Consequentiality: Human, all too human, Dena Hurst (Editor), 1(1), 227-242, Tallahassee: Expanding Human Consciousness.
  • Das, V. (2006). Resolving religious crisis for sustainable democracy in Nigeria, Presented at the Center for Studies on New Religions (CESNUR) 2006 International Conference, San Diego, California. Retrieved from
  • Das, V. (2008). The role of the Hare Krishnas In Mitigating the Social Menace of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria. Presented at the Center for Studies on New Religions (CESNUR) 2008 International Conference, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom. Retrieved from
  • Das, V. (2009). Synergic thinking approach to spirituality oriented organizational leadership, Integrating Spirituality and Organizational Leadership, Sunita Singh-Gupta (Editor) 1(3), 649-665. Delhi: MacMillan Publishers India Ltd.