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Jagadguru Rambhadracharya will be honored with the highest Jnanpith award for literature

Chitrakoot, 17 February (HS). There is a wave of happiness in Chitrakoot with the announcement of Jagadguru Rambhadracharya, the world's unique talent, getting the Jnanpith Award.

The Jnanpith Selection Committee has announced this on Saturday (February 17). Rambhadracharya, the founder and head of Tulsi Peeth in Chitrakoot, is a famous spiritual guru, teacher and has written and published 250 books. Jagadguru Rambhadracharya Maharaj is the founder and Chancellor of Divyang State University, Chitrakoot.

RP Mishra said that Gurudev is an invaluable heritage for educationists in almost every educational world today. Apart from this, they also hold a special important place in the religious field in India. He has written about 250 texts, which the Indian society will remember for ages. Among the various projects run by him are literary service, service to disabled people, service to saints, cow service and are a source of inspiration for the devotees.

With the announcement of Bharatiya Jnanpith Award, all the teachers, staff and students including Tulsipeeth Seva Trust and Tulsi Praksha Chakshu Deaf School, Kamta and Jagadguru Rambhadracharya Divyang State University sent their congratulations and best wishes.

On this occasion, Prince Acharya Ramchandra Das, Jagadguru Rambhadracharya Divyang State University Vice Chancellor Prof. Shishir Kumar Pandey, Registrar Madhurend Parvat, Dr. Manoj Pandey, Dr. Vinod Mishra, Dr. Mahendra Upadhyay, SP Mishra, Dr. Jyoti Vaishnav, Dr. Vishesh Dubey, Harishchandra Mishra. Dilip Kumar, Ravi Prakash Shukla, Dr. Rajneesh Singh, Harindra Mohan Mishra, Dr. Pramila Mishra, Dr. Reena Pandey, Dr. Neetu Tiwari, Dr. Pratima Shukla etc. extended their best wishes. Information to this effect was given by PRO in-charge Sudhir Kumar.