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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Acharya Shridhar Prasad Baluni: Great Sanskrit Scholar of Garhwal

History of Sanskrit Literature Development in Garhwal Series
History of Sanskrit Literature Development in Garhwal part-1

                        Internet Presentation- Bhishma Kukreti

    Acharya Shridhar Baluni is famous for creating Sanskrit Epic, Stotram Kavya (Prayer Poetry) and Life Sketches.
            Acharya Shridhar Baluni was born in village Bagi, Patti Ajmer, Pauri Garhwal on 12th January 1941. His grandfather Baijram Baluni and father Shrikrishna Baluni were famous Karmkandi Brahmin and famous astrologers. His mother‘s name was Dhanwanti Devi .His wife Arpana Devi is granddaughter of great Sanskrit Scholar Sada Nanad Dabral and daughter of Vidya Datt Dabral of Timli, Dabralsyun, Pauri Garhwal.
  Acharya Shridhar Baluni published following Sanskrit Literature –
1-Epic Dashmesh Charitam with Hindi translation
2- Badreesh Stotram
3-Kedarnath Stotram
4- Gururam Rai Charitamritam
Acharya Shridhar Baluni published articles in various magazines too.
  Acharya Shridhar Baluni got primary education from Bagi . He got his Uttar Madhyama degree from Adarsh Sanskrit Pathshala’, Timli, Dabralsyun, Pauri Garhwal. He passed Shastri and Acharya degree from Sampurna Nand Sanskrit University, Banaras.
 Acharya Shridhar Baluni taught first in Timli Sanskrit Viadyalay from 1957-58, Then Acharya Shridhar Baluni taught in Janta Inter College, Khirsu, Pauri Garhwal from 1963-1966. Acharya Shridhar Baluni then shifted to Delhi. Acharya Shridhar Baluni taught there as lecturer from 1966-1990. Acharya Shridhar Baluni retired as Principal.
Acharya Shridhar Baluni is also a social workers and is connected to Delhi Sanskrit Academy, Akhil Bhartiy Sanskrit Sammelan and Sanatan Dharm Sabha Delhi.



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Presented by Bhishma Kukreti 28/4/2105
History of Sanskrit Literature Development in Garhwal to be continued in next part

                        Main Sources
1-Dr Prem Datt Chamoli, Garhwal Ki Sanskrit Sahitya ko Den, Dehradun, India
2- Dr. Shiv Prasad Dabral, Uttarakhand ka Itihas (12 Khand), Dogadda, Garhwal, India
3- Dr Bhakt Darshan, Garhwal ki Divangat Vibhutiyan
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Sanskrit Literature Development by Scholars from Garhwal; Contribution of Sanskrit Literature Development by Scholars from Pauri Garhwal; Contribution of Sanskrit Literature Development by Scholars from Chamoli Garhwal;  Sanskrit Literature Development by Scholars from Rudraprayag Garhwal; Sanskrit Literature Development by Scholars from Tehri Garhwal; Sanskrit Literature Development by Scholars from Uttarkashi Garhwal; Sanskrit Literature Development by Scholars from Dehradun Garhwal;