About the Journal

Focus and Scope

Haimprabha is published by Nepal Sanskrit University, Janata Campus, RMC, Bijauri Dang as an annual mouthpiece with the aim for enhancing academic capability including creative, critical and analytical articles. It also intends to make the research work up-to-date using high level of knowledge and to continuously develop and promote in the field of language, literature and folk literature. It publishes original articles written in Nepali, Sanskrit and English languages including various subject areas, such as:

  1. Arts (Sanskrit, Nepali, English, Political Science, Economics, History, and Mathematics etc.)
  2. Education (Sanskrit, Nepali, English, Social, Mathematics)
  3. Ayurveda and
  4. Science

Frequency of publication

Haimprabha is published annually.

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

Peer-Review Policy

Haimaprabha is double blind peer reviewed journal in which both the reviewer and author identities are concealed by editorial board, throughout the review process.

First of all there is call for articles (Abstract, Introduction and Conclusion). The submitted summary of articles is screened by the editors in the first part of review process. The editors can reject the articles if they don’t meet the criteria. If accepted, One month is provided for writers for full/detail article. After the collection of full/detail articles, introduction of the writer and acknowledgement part is omitted from the article and it is coded and send to relevant experts for review (15 days is provided for review). Two reviewers are involved to review a paper. Once it is reviewed by experts, it is sent back to writers along with the attached recommendations and suggestions of the anonymous reviewers

Sources of Support

Haimaprabha is supported by institutional funds.


Haimaprabha is published by Nepal Sanskrit University, Janata Campus, RMC, Bijauri Dang, Nepal.