Dr. Buddheswar Sarangi a Sanskrit scholar of national repute was born on may 27, 1968 at Sangogua, Bonaigarh of Odisha state.
He is famous for his literary contributions , best organizing capability and social service. He has written 15 books and edited more than 20 Journals like Vyasashree, Jnanaganga, Bharati,Baisakhi, Golden Jubilee souvenir etc.
He is famous for his creativity writing and conducting research on sa skirt poetics. He credited the most prestigious Badarayan Vyasa President Award inthe year 2006 and received One Lakh cash prize from the President of India. Research scholars of different universities are conducting PhD on his creative writing. One has got PhD from R.S.S Tirupati. Number of scholars have submitted the M. phil thesis on Martyavaikuntha Mah
ISSN : 2320-2025
(A peer reviewed referred journal of indology)
Editor in chief Dr. Buddheswar Sarangi
Associate Professor in Sanskrit Literature
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Publisher : Maharshi Vyasadeva National Research Institute
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Village + P.O. : Vedavyas, Rourkela-4, Dist. : Sundargarh, Odisha
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Date of Publication :
1st January and 1st July of every year.
Sanskrit, English & Hindi
About us :
Maharshi Vyasadeva National Research Institute
Vedavyas, Rourkela-4, Odisha, Pin- 769004
Vyasayanam is a non profitableTrust established on 20-09-2004 at
Vedavyas and registered under the trust act at Rourkela for cultural
and educational development of Indian heritage. It is also planned to
preserve and promote the Indian culture, Vedic Philosophy and
culture through various programmes.
The Registration No. Is 1635-IV-477/04
Four sections were established for this purpose.
1.Jnadeep Yojana- For the development of Vedic literature and
Modern sanskrit through research sections.
2.Jnajyoti Yojana- To provide financial support for sanskrit learners
and publication of old valuable manuscripts, journals and
3.Vyas Nivas Yojana- To provide shelter to old persons.
4.Vyas Harit Yojana- To promote greenary through plantation and