Gyan Sagar Hindi Website For Essays

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सुनील बाजपेयी का जन्म 22 फरवरी,  1968  को  उत्तर  प्रदेश  के लखीमपुर-खीरी जिले के ग्राम कल्लुआ मोती में अपने ननिहाल में हुआ। बचपन के प्रारंभिक वर्ष अपने नाना स्व. श्री देवीसहाय मिश्र के सान्निध्य में बिताए। नानाजी से रामचरितमानस,  श्रीमद्भागवत  आदि आध्यात्मिक ग्रंथों को पढ़ने की प्रेरणा मिली। बचपन से ही आध्यात्मिक साहित्य और सत्संग आदि में रुचि रही। उसके बाद की स्कूली शिक्षा लखनऊ में हुई। वर्ष 1988 में आई.आई.टी. कानपुर से बी.टेक. और 1990 में आई.आई.टी. दिल्ली से एम.टेक. की डिग्रियाँ अर्जित कीं। कुछ समय भारतीय रेलवे में नौकरी करने के बाद 1991 में भारतीय राजस्व सेवा (आई.आर.एस.)  ज्वॉइन  की।  संप्रति आयकर विभाग में आयकर आयुक्त के पद पर कार्यरत हैं। साहित्य पढ़ने में रुचि आरंभ से ही रही। बाद में साहित्य सृजन के प्रति भी रुझान पैदा हुआ। प्रस्तुत पुस्तक के माध्यम से भगवान् श्रीकृष्ण के अमर संदेश को सरल भाषा द्वारा पद्य रूप में प्रस्तुत किया है।

 

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Acharya Shri 108 Gyansagar Ji Maharaj

Image of digambar acharya (head of the monastic order)

ReligionJainism
SectDigambara
Personal
BornBhooramal Chhabda
1891
Died(1973-06-01)1 June 1973
Nasirabad, Ajmer, Rajasthan
Parents
  • Chaturbhuj (father)
  • Ghritbhari Devi (mother)
Religious career
PredecessorAcharya Shivsagar
SuccessorAcharyaVidyasagar
Ascetics initiatedAcharyaVidyasagar
Initiation as Muni1959
Khaniya ji, Jaipur
by Acharya Shivsagar
Initiation as KshullakGyanbhushan
by Acharya Veersagar

Acharya Jnansagar or Gyansagar (Hindi: आचार्य ज्ञानसागर) was a Digambara Jain Acharya of 20th century who composed many Sanskrit epics. He initiated AcharyaVidyasagar in 1968 as a monk and 1972 as an Acharya.[1]

Biography[edit]

He was born in 1891 as Bhooramal Chhabra (Hindi: भूरामल छाबड़ा). His father was named Chaturbhuj Chhabra and mother Ghritbhari Devi. He was second of five brothers (Chhaganlal being the eldest and Gangaprasad, Gaurilal and Devdatt being the younger brothers).

After completing primary studies in his village, he further studied Sanskrit and swadwad in Banaras at the famous Syadvad Mahavidyalaya founded by Ganeshprasad Varni. He was initiated a kshullak (Junior monk) by Acharya Veersagar who belonged to the lineage of Acharya Shantisagar. He was then named kshullak Gyanbhusan. He remained a kshullak for 2 years and 2 more years as Ailak before becoming a Muni (Full monk).

He was initiated a monk by Acharya Shivsagar who also belonged to the lineage of Acharya Shantisagar, in Khaniya ji, Jaipur in 1959. He was further elevated to the Acharya status in 1968 at Naseerabad, Rajasthan.

He died on June 1, 1973 in Naseerabad.[2][3]

Works[edit]

As an expert in Sanskrit, he had been a great composer in Sanskrit. At least 30 researchers have studied his works and were honored doctoral degrees. At least 300 scholars have presented research papers on his work.
His works includes 4 Sanskrit epics and 3 more Jain Granthas and that too in the time when the Sanskrit composition was almost obsolete. These creations have always surprised the modern Sanskrit scholars.[4]

Stamp[edit]

An official Government of India stamp in his memory was issues by minister Sachin Pilot on September 10, 2013 at Kishangarh Rajasthan.[5][6] He thus became the first Digambar Jain Acharya to have a stamp released in his memory.

Tradition[edit]

He belongs to the tradition established by Acharya Shantisagar:

  1. Acharya Shantisagar
  2. Acharya Virsagar
  3. Acharya Shivsagar
  4. Acharya Gyansagar
  5. Acharya Vidyasagar (present leader)

References[edit]

  1. ^इस संत के जीवत रहते स्टूडेंट कर रहे हैं इन पर PHD, जानें क्या है इनकी खूबी Dainik Bhaskar, Oct 17, 2016
  2. ^http://www.vidyasagar.net/acharyashri/gurujan1.htm
  3. ^आचार्य ज्ञानसागर महाराज का समाधि दिवस मनाया Bhaskar News Network, Jun 06, 2016
  4. ^http://in.jagran.yahoo.com/news/local/jharkhand/4_8_4511099_1.html
  5. ^Postage stamp on Acharya Gyansagar released, Press Trust of India, Ajmer, September 10, 2013
  6. ^प्रथम दिगम्बर जैन संत जिन पर हुआ डाकटिकिट जारी Edited By Rajneesh K Jha on बुधवार, 11 सितंबर 2013

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