Biography of Indra Vidyavachapati

Biography of Indra Vidyavachapati
Biography of Indra Vidyavachapati
Shri Indra Vidyavachaspati was born on November 9, 1889 in Jalandhar city of India during the Renaissance or Renaissance era. The literary life of Panditji starts from 1910. In those days Gurukul used to get a letter from the title titled Right. He further enhanced the interest of his journalism through the letter ‘Shadharm Pracharak’. Indraji used to write such tacit remarks in a righteous propagandist, who, after reading Ganeshankar student, a journalist like Guruji was present to meet Indrajji.

Pundit Indraji made a major contribution to his accretion to serving Hindi-journalism for a total of 32 years. Dr. Rajendra Prasad said, “I was happy to know that the services of ‘Veer Arjun’, run by Pandit Indraji, are well-known. ‘
Rajarshi Purushottam Das Tandon, Maithilisaran Gupta etc. gave blessings to Indraji as the country’s refresher journalist. At that time there were only two people in the field of Hindi journalism which could gain popularity, first Pandit Indra Vidyavachchpati and second Ganeshankar Vidyarthi. Indraji passed away on August 23, 1960 at the age of 71. Pandit is the chief of the works of Indra Vidyavachaspati – the biography of the Napoleon Bonaparte (the life character), the role of Upanishads (philosophy and Indian culture), the historical persuasion of Sanskrit literature, the original mantra (politics) of nationalism, the criminal who (novel) , The eyes of Shahlalam (novel), Zamindar (novel), History of India’s independence struggle and history of Arya Samaj (
Indra played an important role in the field of education and literature creation. His most important contribution in the field of education is the operation and guidance of Gurukul Kangri. While acting as the Chancellor of this University, he did commendable and successful work to give recognition to Gurukul’s graduates from the Central and State Governments. By arranging the teaching of technical subjects through Hindi medium in Gurukul, they have invaluable service of Hindi.

Works of Indra Vidyavachapati

These were the sophisticated scholars of history. Therefore, their history-related compositions are considered to be very authentic and high-grade. ‘The rise and the end of the British Empire in India’, ‘The decay of the Mughal empire and its causes’, ‘The history of Marathas’ are their well-known works.
In the religious and cultural activities, the history of ‘Aryasamaj’, ‘the role of Upanishads’ and ‘the flow of culture’ is remarkable. The ‘Shah Alam’s eyes’ representative is a historical novel, then ‘The biography of Napoleon Bonaparte’, ‘Life of Maharishi Dayanand’ is a remarkable life-book.
Indra ji had complete control over the language. Their style has smooth flow. There is a wonderful ability to portray the subject matter. His works are the pride of Hindi.

Politics and journalism of Indra Vidyavachapati

Indra ji started taking interest in public works from the very beginning. By joining the Congress organization, he made Delhi his own field. In 1920-1921, he was counted among the leading Congressmen of Delhi. Due to the atmosphere of Gurukul they were influenced by ‘Arya Samaj’. Later, ‘Hindu Mahasabha’ was also influenced by him. As a journalist, he edited Delhi’s ‘Vijay’ and ‘Pradhabharm Pracharak’. He got the most fame as editor of ‘Veer Arjun’. He remained editor for 25 years in this letter. Due to an editorial of ‘Vijay’, the foreign government had arrested him. At the time of ‘Salt Satyagraha’ he was sentenced to jail.

Compositions of Indra Vidyavachapati

Indra Vidyavashchidi also composed many books. Some of his works are:
The rise and end of the British Empire in India
Decay of the Mughal empire and its causes
History of Marathas
Role of Upanishads
History of Arya Samaj
Swarajya and Character Creation

Indra Vidyavachapati Differences from Gandhi ji

Indra ji believed that the place of truth and non-violence in the personal life was paramount, but they were not in favor of accepting non-violence as a belief in politics. Therefore, because of differences with Gandhiji, he broke the alliance with Congress in 1941.

Death of Indra Vidyavachapati

In 1960 AD, Indra Vidyavachapati died.