|A great Religious Scholar and contemporary Historian Dr. Triloki Nath Ganjoo was awarded Sharda Samman at 3rd World Kashmiri Pandit Conference in Jammu organised by Panun Kashmir. Sharda Samman is awarded by Panun Kashmir to distinguished individuals/institutions as a token of community’s appreciation of their contribution to Kashmiri Pandit cause in exile. |
Profile of Dr. T. N. Ganjoo
Father’s Name: Late Pt. Sh. Shyam Lal Ganjoo.
Date of Birth: Feb 7th 1931
- Hons in Sanskrit.
- Hons in Hindi.
- Diploma in Teaching.
- Bachelor of Education.
- MA Hindi.
- Ph. D (Diachronic Linguistic Study of Kashmiri Language).
Methodical study of Kashmiri Shaivism
Study of Kashmiri Shaivism as per GURUKUL system at auspicious feet of Gurudeva Swami Govind Kaul, the prime disciple of MahaMahesvaracharya Swami Ram, Shaiva (Trika) Ashram, Fateh Kadal, Srinagar, Kashmir, J & K, India.
Summary of Professions
- Reader P. G Hindi Deptt. The University of Kashmir, Srinagar, KMR.
- Professor Teaching of Hindi, SSM P. G. Degree College, Srinagar, KMR
- Professor of Shaarda Script (The Paleography of Ancient Kashmir), NMM, Indira Gandhi Nation Center for Arts, New Delhi. This is the present profession and the nature of job is to decipher the Shaarda Sanskrit Manuscript and their detail cataloguing thereby.
- “The metre-prosody in Ancient Kashmiri Poetry right from Chhumma Verses (9th Century), Mahanaya Verses (10th Century), Apabhramsha early Hermitess Laladyed, Reshi Verses etc.” The project was assigned by P. G. Deptt. of Kashmiri; The University of Kashmir.
- “Phonetic Kashmiri Reader”, the project assigned by P. G. Deptt. of Kashmiri, The University of Kashmir.
- “Monograph”, of over one hundred pages on comparative study of Kashmiri Language, Dard-Shina, The spoken tongue of Drass, Dahanu and Brokppa, The district Ladakh, Kargil, Gures, Telal and extends its linguistic geography upto Gilgit. The investigative technique is fundamentally based on the research conducted for one year which comprised of field research survey of these linguistic areas. The comparative research findings have refuted misleading linguistic finding of Sir George Grierson as recorded in his Linguistic Survey of India Part II. The propounding research is based on comparative Diachronic Linguistics.
- Hermitess Roopa Bhavani’s “Rahasyopdesh”. She is considered the great mystic poetess of Kashmir of 17th century. After coming back from his transcendental Samadhi she used to recite some poetic expression which her devout used to pen down. The researcher worked on it for two years and succeeds to trace out its original Shaarda Manuscript from Late Sh. Vasudeva Pingalyan. The in-depth textual study was executed using modern methodology. The incorrect morpho forms were corrected with the help of consulting various hand written manuscripts. The entire mystic verses were translated and explained in Hindi Commentary.
- “The Cultural Heritage of Ancient Kashmir”, this is a big project and consists near about fifteen chapters. It is almost complete but still needs critical observation. This extensive work retains almost all the aspects pertaining spiritual-culture as well as material-cultural heritage of Ancient Kashmir. The effort is made to represent the geography of Ancient Kashmir on the standing point of countless shrinology of all the directions of Kashmir. This concept is supported by the great Kalhana in his Rajatarangini where he quotes: “In Kashmir, there is not a speck as large as grain of sesame without a Shrine”. (1.38). All the chapters of this gigantic work are completed but still afresh revise is needed before the final execution can be made.
- Researcher is presently working on a Sharda Script manuscript which belongs to the great Hermitess of 14th century of Kashmir Laladyed. The main objective achievement of this manuscript is that it is written in Sharda Script and above all it is first manuscript of its phenomenon nature which retains Sanskrit commentary of each verse of the Hermitess. The valuable and historical importance of this manuscript is that is near about 300 years old and because of this fact the morpho phonetics is archaic and phonologically original. The finding of such a rare Sharda Manuscript is a real achievement.
The researcher has published more than hundred research papers so far among various Indian Research Journals. The topics covered are diverse, a partial list is mentioned here:
- Linguistic Sociology of Ancient Kashmir.
- The Linguistic Sociology of Kashmir and its Origin.
- The Kin-Names and Archaic spoken form of its Origin Language.
- Social Ethos of Kashmiri Society and Applied Linguistic Connotation.
- Naga, The early mountain settlers of Kashmir and traces of their social culture among the Kashmir Bhattas the vanishing ethnic community of Kashmir.
- The religious Anthropological treatment of Kashmir.
- Kashmiri numeral and its Linguistic Origin.
- The Linguistic Derivative of Kashmiri Ordinals.
- The Physical body and Linguistic Nomenclature of its parts and original source of its Applied Language.
- “BILHAN”, the author of Vikramankdeva Charit and 10th century Kashmir.
- “Herat”, the festival of 15 days and its socio-religious traces, which are deeply linked with the five thousand years old Harappa Religious Culture.
- The Kashmiri Shaivism and basic concept of Domesticity.
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