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Ganganatha Jha Campus of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan formerly known as Ganganath Jha Research Institute (from 1943-1971) and Ganganatha Jha Kendriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth (from 1971-2002 under the Ministry of HRD, Government of India) was founded on November 17, 1943 with a view to perpetuate the name and works of M. M. Dr. Sir Ganganatha Jha (b.1871 & d.1941), a renowned International figure of Orientology and Indology. From the very beginning, a number of Indologists and erudite scholars of eminence like Pandit Madanmohan Malviya , Mm. Dr. Gopinatha Kaviraj, Dr. Ishwari Prasad, Mm. Dr. Umesh Mishra, Pt. Kshetresh Chandra Chattopadhyaya and others have been closely associated with this Research Institute. The institute is well known for its co-ordination of valuable Research Projects, collection of old Sanskrit manuscripts / rare books and their Publication . The manuscript-Library started with the rare collection of M.M. Dr. Sir Ganganatha Jha and then onwards many new collections have been acquired. At present, the Manuscript-Library contains more than 57975 paper-based as well as palm-leaf-based manuscripts on varied subjects and multiple scripts dating back to 13th to 15th Century A.D , and the library contains more than 52605 books .


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Central Sanskrit University
Ganganath Jha Campus
Azad Park
Prayagraj-211 002 (U.P.) Ph.0532-2460957

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