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Bhavanath Jha
Nhavanath Jha

 

Father's Name

Late Pt. Amarnath Jha, a prominent traditional Sanskrit scholar

Mother's Name

 Yogeshwari Devi

Birth Place

Village- Hatarh Rupouli,  Block- Jhanjharpur, Thana- Jhanjharpur (Bhairab Sthan) District -    Madhubani

Date of Birth

23 /09/1968

Educational qualification :

M.A. (Sanskrit), Sahityacharya

Teaching

Lecturer in Sanskrit Sahitya, from 1999 at Ajit Kumar Mehta Sanskrit Shikshan Sansthan, Ladora, Kalyanpur, Samastipur affiliated to Rastriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi.

Other Assignment

Publication and Research Officer, Mahavir Mandir, Patna,

Editor "Dharmayan"

Publication

Sanskrit
Yaksha-samagamam of M.M. Parameshwar Jha (Edited) year of publication 1996.
Bhruna Panchashika (Sanskrit Kavya)- Published in ‘Dharmayan’ and republished from Mahavir Mandir, Patna
Shri Durgasaptashati (Edited), Mahavir Mandir Publication 2005 and 2006
Ramarchanpaddhati of Ramanandacharya (Translated in Hindi), Mahavir Mandir Publication, 2004
Rudrarchan Paddhati (translated in Hindi), Mahavir Mandir Publication, 2004
Agastya-Samhita (edited from manuscript and translated into Hindi with rich preface), Mahavir Mandir Publication, 2009
Buddha-charita Translation into Sanskrit verse of the originally doomed portion of the Buddhacharitam, great epic by Ashvaghosh.
Vaishnava-matabja-bhaskara- Word to word translation, of the original, into Hindi (published with the book स्वामी रामानन्द एवं उनका वैष्णव-मताब्ज-भास्कर, written by Acharya Kishore Kunal and published by Mahavir Mandir Prakashan, Patna
Pushpamala A manual of flowers and leaves suggested in Hindu rituals
Nahnidatta Panchavimshatika edited with commentary by Ruchipati
Maithili
Many Maithili Stories and articles published in verious collection

Transcription Work

16 manuscripts from K. S. D. Sanskrit University Library have been transcribed on contact basis (Tirhuta to Devnagari)

Special knowledge

Manuscriptology ( Devanagari, Maithili and Bengali scripts).

Maithili Epigraphy

Editing

Computing,             

Contacts:

Mob:
+91 9430676240

 

E-mail
bhavanathjha@gmail.com

Pandit Shri Bhavanath Jha

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