Madan Mohan Malaviya

Madan Mohan Malaviya

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Author: Sitaram Chaturvedi
Publisher: Publications Division
Year: 1996
Language: English
Pages: 173
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8123004869


Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya, the patriot, educationist, statesman, orator, journalist and social reformer, was born at Prayag (Allahabad) on 25 December, 1861. His forefathers hailed from the Malawa region of Central India. They migrated to what is now called Uttar Pradesh as early as the year 1419.

Family circumstances did not permit Pandit Brajnath to provide higher education to his children. But Madan Mohan was an exception. He received his early education form his father and grandfather who were themselves great scholars and distinguished teachers. His memory was so sharp that he was able to memorise any number of Sanskrit couplets and songs that he heard.

After his basic education at home, the child Madan Mohan was admitted to the free Shrimadakshara Pathashala (which was afterwards renamed as Shri Dharmananopadesha Pathashala). But the institution was better known as the Haradeva Guruki Pathashala, after the name of its founder Principal Shri Haradevaji.


Family of Scholars
Early Education
As Student and Teacher
A Stalwart Journalist
A Powerful Advocate
A Magnanimous Hindu Leader
In the Cause of Hindi
The Banaras Hindu University
In Service of the Motherland
Fighter for Country’s Freedom
A Fearless Legislator
The Chief Scout
Support for Swadeshi
Family Life
The Mahamana