May 15, 2016

A workshop was organised on Ojhaji's Maharshikulavaibhavam, a comprehensive work on the meaning and concept of the term, rishi. In his inaugural address, Prof Baldev Raj Sharma (Delhi University) said rishi was the primary source of Indian knowledge tradition. The rishis presented the matter as they perceived. The main points of discussion were: the use of the term rishi in Sanskrit poetry, reference to rishi in the puranas, in the nirukta, one of the six Vedangas, and rishi-tatva in Maharshikulavaibhavam.

January 17, 2015

Ojhaji's book, Brahmasidhanta, formed the basis of a workshop in Delhi, The first meeting was organised in collaboration with the Indian Archaeological Society. In his address, Prof. Shudhanand Pathak said Ojhaji in his book has explained terms and concepts as given in the Brahmasutra. The workshop saw discussion on the philosophical nature of relationships; the nature of maya, atma, karma and bala, among others.

April 22-23, 2014

Kadambini is an important work of Ojhaji. The term 'Kadambini' means cloud. The book describes the science of rain or monsoon.

The workshop was organised on the book in partnership with Delhi University. The main points of the discussion were: cloud formation, timing of rain, causes of monsoon, formation of clouds, description of annual monsoon and wind related to monsoon. Prof. Ramesh Bharadvaj chaired the meeting. During the discussion, speakers referred to the reading of five signs to predict monsoon in Kadambini—jyotish, loka (world), alekh (map), kshetramiti (geometry) and bhuvankosh (geography).

December 20-24, 2011

The third workshop on Sharirikavijnana was organised in collaboration with Benares Hindu University at Varanasi. The discussion focused on the nature of avyaya, nirvishesh, prajapati, agni, soma, jeeva and ishvar.

December 16-22, 2010

The next workshop on this subject was organised in assosiation with Sardar Patel University, Anand, Gujarat. A renowned teacher from Varanasi, Acharya Narendra Nath Pandey gave a detailed description of the contents of Ojhaji's volumes and their meanings. The main points of discussion were—the nature of akasha (sky) as an alternative form of Brahma, worldly nature of purusha (man) and nature of parameshvara (supreme being), moksha and akshara 

December 10-16, 2009

Sharirikavijnana-bhashya is considered an important work of Vedic thought or Veda sutra. In the tradition of other commentators like Shankaracharya, Ojhaji has explained in these two volumes Vedic terms and concepts which help in understanding the true meaning of the Vedas. On these issues, a workshop was organised at Jaipur in collaboration with Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Rajasthan Sanskrit University. Several experts from Delhi, Rajasthan, Varanasi and Gujarat attended the meeting.