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संस्कृतविद्वतपरिचायिका: Inventory of Sanskrit Scholars

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Item Code: NZJ991
Author: राधा वल्लभ त्रिपाठी (Radha Vallabha Tripathi)
Publisher: Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, Janakpuri
Language: Sanskrit Only
Edition: 2012
ISBN: 978938611852
Pages: 364
Cover: Hardcover
Other Details 9.5 inch X 6.5 inch
Weight 800 gm
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About The Book

Inventory of Sanskrit Scholars includes the details of about 5000 Sanskrit seholars, It presents the name of scholars, qualification, date of birth, place of birth, positions, teachers and disciples (Guru-Shishya-Parampara), numbers and titles of published books and research papers, addresses, awards and honors etc. and also provides a brief resume of their significant contributions to Sanskrit. The Sanskrit scholars mentioned in this Inventory are mostly those who were born between 1850 to 1990 A.D. Though the Inventory is not complete in itself, yet it is believed that it will be helpful to readers, researches and those who are willing to know the contributions of scholars to Sanskrit studies spanning over last 150 years. The Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan has decided to launch a wikipedia of Sanskrit scholars and is hopeful of getting the co-operation of Scholars, in this regard.

 

Preface

It is immensely gratifying that the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi is publishing the 'Inventory of Sanskrit Scholars' on the occasion of Fifteenth World Sanskrit Conference. The Sansthan under its various schemes also intends to collect the Bio-data of Sanskrit Scholars and to make them available on its website. The preparation of the Software for this purpose is in its final stage. The website will give an access to know the Sanskrit scholars of the entire world and the works done by them. The present Inventory includes the details of about 5000 Sanskrit scholars. Initially, the preparation of Inventory was taken up at the Bhopal Campus of the Sansthan. Since 2009 the Bhopal Campus has been doing this work in collaboration with its Main Campus, The Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi.

This Inventory on the basis of details made available by scholars in response to the Sansthan's format presents briefly the data as under - the name of scholars, qualification, date of birth, place of birth, positions, teachers and disciples (Guru- Shishya-Parampara), numbers and titles of published books and research papers, addresses, awards and honors, foreign visits etc. and gives also a resume of their significant contributions to Sanskrit. The Sanskrit scholars mentioned in this Inventory are mostly those who were born between 1850 to 1990 A.D.

The application form for entries in the Inventory of Sanskrit Scholars is available in the Sansthan's website. A large number of Sanskrit Scholars responded. The Bio-data of several Sanskrit scholars were also collected by personal contact, through internet, correspondence, books, conferences etc. It was however, not possible '0 include Bio-Data of each and every scholar due to paucity of time. The Sansthan has decided to launch a 'Wikipedia of Sanskrit Scholars' and is hopeful of getting the co-operation of Scholars, in this regard.

The Sansthan expresses its gratitude to the scholars who have offered their direct and indirect co-operation in preparing the Inventory. Prof. Balkrishna Sharma, from Ujjayini, Dr. Narayan Dash from Kolkata (W.B.), Dr. Bhai Vasant Bhatt from Gujarat, Dr. Pradeep Kumar Pandey from Varanasi and Dr. Sugyana Kumar Mohanty form Orissa have particularly helped us in getting the data. We also acknowledge the valuable assistance provided by Dr. Ajay Kumar Mishra, Lalit Kishore Sharma and Avinash Pandey who collected the Bio-Data of Scholars participating in conference held at different places in India. We are thankful to Shri Anil Sharma who designs the format of the Inventory and Shri Subhash Chandra Jain of New Bharatiya Book Co-operation, New Delhi who took great pains in publishing it in a very short time.

Though the Inventory is not complete in itself, yet it is believed that it will be helpful to readers, researches and those who are willing to know the contributions of scholars to Sanskrit studies spanning over last 150 years.

 

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