Ganganatha Jha Campus of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan formerly known as Ganganath Jha Research Institute (from ) and Ganganatha Jha. Ganganath Jha Campus Formerly Shri Ganganath Jha Research Institute situated at Allahabad was taken over by the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan on Ist April. From Wikipedia: Ganganath Jha. Sir Gaṅgānāth Jhā was a scholar of Sanskrit, Indian Philosophy and Buddhist Philosophy. He was also a paṇḍit of.

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He was first taught using the Persian script then, when his family moved to Benares when he was aged seven, he learned Sanskrit. Inhe returned to his relatives in Darbhanga and was admitted to an English medium school. Inafter completing his school education, gznganath returned to Benares for further studies and was admitted to the Government Sanskrit College there.


At the age of 24, he was appointed a librarian of the Darbhanga state by its Maharaja. Inhe was appointed a Professor of Sanskrit at Muir College in Allahabadwhich he left in to become the first Indian principal of the Government Sanskrit College in Benares. He was vice-chancellor of University of Allahabad Prayag University during — Inafter his death, his five sons established the Ganganath Jha Research Institute in Allahabad.

The institute publishes books and journals on oriental studies, as well as producing a journal. Sir Ganganatha Jha b.

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