Amar Jiban Yatra Vol-1 by Rahul Sankrityayan ebook PDF.
Book – Amar Jiban Yatra Volume – 1,
Total No. of Volumes – 5,
Author – Rahul Sankrityayan,
Main Book in Hindi – मेरी जीवन यात्रा,
Translated in Bengali,
Format – PDF,
Compiled by Prafulla Kumar Chakraborty, Ina Sengupta, Saikat Rakshit and Satish Misra.
Rahul Sankrityayan has written 5 volumes of the biography novel Amar Jiban Yatra (मेरी जीवन यात्रा). He is still a shining star in the history of India’s independence. One of the world’s greatest thinkers of the twentieth century was the great scholar Rahul Sankrityayan.
Why is he one of the best thinkers in the world?
Such a multi-colored enlightened life is a rare example in the history of the world with such a vast personality of knowledge and action. He willingly accepted all the hardships and spent his whole life traveling abroad like a flying bird. He has made unremitting efforts to enjoy and appreciate the beauty of this earth in order to know and recognize the society, civilization, soil and people. He has been embroiled in a vicious attempt to usurp the world’s knowledge. Again, the constant flow of his writing continued unabated until his last breath.
Why is Kedarnath Pandey named Rahul Sankrityayan?
The real name of Rahul Sankrityayan is Kedarnath Pandey. He was born on 9 April 1893 in an obscure village of Pandaha in Azamgarh district of Uttar Pradesh. He has been brought up in his grandfather’s house since childhood. Pandha was his grandfather’s house. He was endowed with infinite memory from his childhood. He could remember what he heard and could speak fluently later.
That is why he is known as Shrutidhar to everyone. He has written 5 volumes of the book My Life. “I wasted 12 months studying for four months,” he said in his book Life. He studied in Nizamabad Middle School. He had outstanding rights in mathematics. Laghu Kaumudi was the first lesson of his studies. He recited the Vedas. At one time his reputation as a Vedic reader spread around.
However, he did not stop here, later he became a huge devotee of Shiva. He had memorized many chapters and glorious hymns of Rudrasthadhyaya as he had an outstanding memory. He also became respectful of Tantric mantras. Within a few days he became addicted to chanting Durga mantras and one day fainted. It took him two days to regain consciousness.
He started studying Sanskrit in Kashi in 1911. He was admitted to the seventh grade to learn English. The following year, in 1912, he became the successor of Mohant of Parsa Math in Chapra district and became a monk. At that time, his new name was Ramudar Das. Kedarnath became a Buddhist monk in Sri Lanka in 1929. With Rahul Ramudar, ‘Ramudar Sanskritization’ took place across his tribe. Later, Ramudar migrated under the name of Rahul Sankrityayan. He migrated to India from Sri Lanka on January 30, 1930. At that time he wrote the book Buddhacharya.
A five-volume PDF file of his precious biography novel ‘Amar Jiban Yatra vol-1’ is given on this page. All readers, researchers and students can collect this book in PDF file from this web page and read it online.