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Pandit Gopinath Kavira Ji. Maha Mahopadhya Pandit Gopinath Kaviraj had devoted himself to the pursuit kabiraj spiritual studies and gopinat under the guidance of his guru, Yogiraj Paramahansa Swami Vishudhanandaji of Varanasi. Gopinath Kaviraj on whom the title of Mahamahopadhyaya was conferred by the British Government inis regarded as an authority on Indological studies.
An insatiable thirst for knowledge coupled with an open and analytical mind led him to search for something new in the ancient Sanskrit texts and various commentaries on them. He wrote with a rare insight whether it was on Tantra, Philosophy, Religion or culture. His biographic in content, have the flavour of real literature.
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Pandit Gopinath Kaviraj, who has become a legendary figure in the field of Indological studies, was born in a Bengali Brahmin family on 7th September, in gkpinath District of Dhaka, in Bangla Desh. Being a posthumous child, after having passed through many vicissitudes he passed his B.
The final phase of his education started at Varanasi in under the loving care and guidance of Dr.
At the instance of Dr. Venis he was soon appointed Librarian of the famous Saraswati Bhavan Library and whole-heartedly started his career of research.
From now on for the next years he remained uninterruptedly and deeply engrossed in dissemination of knowledge till he left his body on 12th June in the holy city of Varanasi itself. He delved deep into the so far unexplored wealth of learning and got published about seventy-two books which opened for all a new horizon in the field of Indological studies and research. He discovered in most of his studies completely new meanings and shed new light not only on different branches of philosophy, but also on Ancient Indian History, Epigraphy, Kashmir Shaivism, Buddhism, Jainism, Christian mysticism and Sufism as well, which are considered to be the invaluable guide to academic and spiritual research for generations to come.
For 23 years he ogpinath the Sanskrit College, Varanasi first as Librarian and subsequently as Principal, till he voluntarily retired in in order to devote himself fully in his life-long pursuit of spiritual studies and intense sadhana under the guidance of his Guru, the great Yogi Visuddhanandaji of Varanasi.
Many an Indian university honoured itself by bestowing upon the great personality various degrees and certificates of honour. Gifted through divine grace with a prodigious memory and rare prajna, Pt.
Gopinath Kaviraj became a name to conjure with. He was indeed a rare combination not only gopiath uncommon erudition but also of singular Yogi experience.
Stamp Information as presented by Govt. Mahamahopadhyaya Pandit Gopinath Kaviraj, a stalwart in the field of Indological studies, was born on 7th September, at Dhamrai, in the Dhaka District, now in Bangladesh.
Appointed Librarian of the famous Saraswati Bhavan Library at the same college, he devoted himself wholeheartedly to research. He edited and got published 72 books in the Saraswati Bhavan Text and study Series, opening a new horizon in the field of Indological studies and research.
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He had mastered various branches of Indian and Western Philosophy and had a profound knowledge of and insight into Christian mysticism and Sufism as well. For 23 years he served the Government Sanskrit College, Varanasi first as Librarian and later as Principal, till he voluntarily retired in He devoted himself subsequently to the pursuit of spiritual studies and meditation under the guidance of his guru, Yogi Paramahansa Swami Vishudhanandaji of Varanasi.
He was a rare combination not only of uncommon erudition but also of singular Yogic experience. Universal salvation is, according to him, the ultimate goal towards which the entire creation has been moving. He died on 12th June, at Varanasi. Mahamahopadhya Pandit Gopinath Kaviraj Ji He delved deep into the so far unexplored wealth of learning and got published about seventy-two books which opened for all a new horizon in the field of Indological studies and research.