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Dr. Ramakant Shukla
Dr. Ramakant Shukla Born on 24.12.1940 at Khurja (U.P.) Dr. Ramakant Shukla learnt Sanskrit from his parents in his very childhood at home. Thereafter, he studied Sahitya Acharya traditionally and obtained the degree of M.A. (Hindi) with Gold Medal & M.A. (Sanskrit) in 1st Division from Agra University. He also got Ph.D. degree from there in the year 1967. He taught Sanskrit, Pali, Prakrit & Apabhramsha to M.A. (Hindi) students from 1962 to 2005 at Modi Nagar and Delhi. He chaired Classical Sanskrit, Modern Sanskrit Literature, Prakrit & Jainism and Indian Aesthatics & Poetics Sections of All India Oriental Conference. He attended World Sanskrit Conference in the country and abroad.
His works Bhati Me Bharat-am is famous among the publication edited several Sanskrit books. His Sanskrit poems have been broadcast & telecast from Radio & T.V. since 1963 till-date. He is honored with Kalidasa Samman, Sanskrit Sahitya Seva Samman & Sanskrit Rashtrakavi title by various institutions. He is Founder Chief Editor of ‘Arvacheena-Sanskritam’, the quarterly journal of ‘Deva-vani Parishad, Delhi’.
Presently he is working as Shastra Chudamani Vidwan at Rashtriya Sanskrit Sanskrit Sansthan, Head Quarters, New Delhi. Dr. Shukla is President Awardee Sanskrit Scholar in 2009.