An Article should
be: a) On subjects within the brief of the
e-journal Asvattha (i.e. on any theme
fitting into any one of the areas of Culture
or Philosophy or Theology); b) A minimum 15
pages, single space, font 12; c) Language:
English or German.
There is also a Panorama
section to the e-journal Asvattha. A
short description of any theme of your choice
which may foster the development of the human
culture/spirituality and which may have a
popular appeal can be published in the
Panorama section of the journal. Languages:
English or German, or Malayalam. For the terms
and conditions of the Malayalam Panorama
section of the journal please refer
The authorís photo
may be published along with the article if a
passport size photo is sent as an attachment
to the article.
Each article has
to be sent exclusively as an e-mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org with the
title of the article and the author's name.
Please include all your contact details:
postal address, home address, phone number,
and e-mail address. You can also mention your
qualifications, affiliations (but this is
optional). An abstract of 100-300 words of
your article will be helpful (but this is also
Each article must
be in Microsoft Word format, with endnotes and
pictures relevant to the articles (optional)
articles in other journals may be sent
provided the author owns the copyright.
article will be published on the date (day,
month and year) decided by the Editor.
There will be a
reply about the reception of the article by a
reply email, but there will not be any reply
about the publication of the article. The
status of an article can be verified by
A rejected article will be e-mailed back to
the author on the date decided by the Editor
in the same e-mail through which the article
has been received.
expressed by the authors may not necessarily
be those of the Editor/Publisher of e-journal
As the e-journal
is non-profit-making and the access to the
e-journal is free of charge, the e-journal
is not in a position to pay remuneration to
the author of the article. And so authors
retain copyright of their article.
If for some
exceptional cases remuneration is made for any
article, the copyright of that particular
article will be with the author, but the
EJournal Asvattha has the right
to publish the article again by any medium.