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Basic Principles of Dharma, Justice and Democracy

BASIC PRINCIPLES OF DHARMA, JUSTICE AND DEMOCRACY

By- Krishna Ballabha Sharma "Yogiraj", Advocate / Lawyer, Patna High Court, Patna (India)
(Quoted from the Book entitled - "Basic Principles of Dharma, Justice and Democracy")

Our vision for sustainable development of individuals and society presupposes promotion of “Dharma, Justice, Democracy, Peace and Social Harmony” (in their true sense and spirit) in the entire world, as it is “sine qua non” (an indispensable condition) for amicable and sustainable solution of public problems, for all round sustainable development of individuals and society, and for “Social and National Reconstruction for a Better India and Better World”.

Our philosophy of “Dharma and Culture”, “Law and Justice”, and “Democracy” is as follows:

1. CONCEPT OF DHARMA AND CULTURE

As explained in “Atharva Veda” and as interpreted by Lord Krishna in “Mahabharat”, it can be rightly said that –“Satya, Reet, Ugra, Diksha, Tapa, Brahma and Yagnya” – these are the “Seven Pillars of Dharma”, on the basis of which the civilized society of the entire world is maintained, upheld and sustained in order and all round sustainable development and prosperity of individuals, society, state, nation and world community is made possible on this Earth.

In Atharwaveda, the concept of Dharma has been defined as follows:

“Satyam brihad ritam ugram diksha tapo brahma yagnyah prithivim dharayanti.”
--Atharwaveda, 12.1.1

In Mahabharat, Lord Krishna has explained the concept of Dharma as follows:

“Dharanad dharmamityahurdharmo dharayate prajah.
Yatsyad dharan samyuktam sa dharma iti nischayah."
--Mahabharat, Karnaparva, 69.58

Hence it can be rightly said that –“Satya, Reet, Ugra, Diksha, Tapa, Brahma and Yagnya” – these are the “Seven Pillars of Dharma”, on the basis of which the civilized society of the entire world is maintained, upheld and sustained in order and all round sustainable development and prosperity of individuals, society, state, nation and world community is made possible on this Earth.

In other words, “Dharma” is the name of the “Noble Path of Righteousness” and that kind of noble qualities, human virtues, human duties, ideal judicious conduct of human beings and right kind of human behavior, which are helpful in establishment and promotion of peace, prosperity, social harmony and rule of justice in society; which are helpful in prevention, suppression and control of all kinds of crime, extremism and terrorism; which are helpful in protection of life, property, dignity and honor of all individuals; which are helpful in finding out amicable and sustainable solution of all kinds of individual, social, national and international problems; which are helpful in full and free enjoyment of fundamental human rights as well as in full and free enjoyment of life by the people in a disciplined way without violating the rights of others.

The Concept of “Dharma” contemplates abandonment and relinquishment of the “Ten Kinds of Manava Durguna” (Human Vices), namely- 1. Irshya (Grudge), 2. Dwesha (Malice), 3. Krodha (Anger), 4. Lobha (Greed), 5. Moha (Delusion of Mind), 6. Purvagrah (Prejudice), 7. Pakshapat (Bias), 8. Bhaya (Fear), 9.Ghrina (Hatred) and 10. Ahankar (Empty Pride).

The Concept of “Dharma” further contemplates development and possession of at least “Twelve Kinds of Manava Sadguna” (Human Virtues), namely- 1. Dhairya (Patience), 2. Dhriti (Firmness of Body and Mind), 3. Dama (Self- Restraint and Self- Discipline), 4. Daya (Kindness), 5. Kshama (Forgiveness), 6.Prema (Love), 7. Paropkar (Benevolence), 8. Vinamrata (Courtesy), 9. Nirbhikata (Fearlessness), 10. Sahas (Boldness), 11. Adhyavasaya (Perseverance), and 12. Vishva Bandhutva (Friendly Treatment with People of the Entire World).

The Concept of “Dharma” provides “Foundation” for development of all “Cultures” and “Religions” of the entire world, providing different kinds of Places & Methods of God Worship, Rites & Rituals, Symbols, Festivals, Codes of Conduct, Dress Codes etc., which are adaptable and changeable by taking into account “Desha” (Locality), “Kaal” (Time) and “Paatra” (Person). But “Dharma” is always equally applicable to all persons, at all places and at all times.

2. CONCEPT OF LAW AND JUSTICE

The Concept of “Dharma” contains the “Sanction of Law” and its “Rules” are always equally applicable to all alike, whether he / she may be a King / Queen or an ordinary citizen. “Law” is an instrument for establishment, maintenance, enforcement and promotion of “Dharma” in society, for maintenance, upholding and sustenance of order in society, for enforcement of rights, upholding of justice and redressal of wrongs as well as for bringing about all round sustainable development and prosperity of individuals, society, state, nation and world community.

The Concept of “Nyaya” or “Justice” contemplates “Victory of Dharma in all its features”, by giving each and every person what is due to him or her in accordance with the “Rules of Dharma”, for forcible defense of rights and suppression of wrongs, that is called “Real Justice”, which further contemplates immediate suitable punishment to the guilty or offender, suitable compensation to the victim and suitable award or reward to the person working for the “Victory of Dharma in all its features”.

The “Rule of Justice” fixes and determines the exercise of personal rights of individual liberty in the pursuit of individual welfare, happiness, development and prosperity, so as to confine that individual liberty within the limits which are consistent with the general welfare of mankind for all round sustainable development and prosperity of the society, state, nation and world community.

The Concept of “Nyaya” or “Justice” contemplates that, for proper administration of “Justice”, at the time of hearing and at the time of delivery of “Judgment” in each and every case, a “Judge or Judicial Officer” sitting at the “Throne of Justice” must always keep himself / herself free from the “Ten Kinds of Manava Durguna” (Human Vices), namely- 1. Irshya (Grudge), 2. Dwesha (Malice), 3. Krodha (Anger), 4. Lobha (Greed), 5. Moha (Delusion of Mind), 6. Purvagrah (Prejudice), 7. Pakshapat (Bias), 8. Bhaya (Fear), 9.Ghrina (Hatred) and 10. Ahankar (Empty Pride).

3. CONCEPT OF DEMOCRACY

“Democracy” is an English substitute word for its Sanskrit equivalent term “Janatantra”.

“Democracy” is a system of governance under which the greatest, noblest, finest, fittest and the most competent persons are elected or selected by the people to rule over the society (State), for proper administration, control and management of the entire affairs of the society (State), for finding out amicable and sustainable solution of public problems, for establishment, enforcement and promotion of Dharma (Righteousness), for suppression and prevention of Adharma (Unrighteousness), for development of infrastructure facilities for common use by the people of all communities, for all round sustainable development and prosperity of individuals, society and state and for attainment of its certain other objectives for which the society (State) is established and its government is formed.

-- Krishna Ballabha Sharma “Yogiraj”
(Quoted from the book entitled “Basic Principles of Dharma, Justice and Democracy”

AUTHOR'S CURRICULUM VITAE (BRIEF BIOGRAPHY)

1. NAME: Krishna Ballabha Sharma “Yogiraj” (Advocate / Lawyer, Patna High Court, Patna).

2. FATHER’S NAME: Shri Braja Ballabha Sharma “Brajraj” (Retired Officer of Govt. of Bihar).

3. DATE OF BIRTH: 05 .05.1967(5th Day of May, 1967).

4. HEIGHT: 5 ft. 8 inch (172 cm).

5. CASTE: Shakadwipiya Brahman.

6. RELIGION: Hindu (Indian).

7. NATIONALITY: Indian.

8. RESIDENTIAL STATUS: Resident Indian.

9. MARITAL STATUS: Widower (Wife died of Brain Cancer/Brain Tumor on 21st August, 2001).

10. EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION: BA HONS. (Geography), LLB.

11. PROFESSION: Advocate (Lawyer), Patna High Court, Patna (India).

12. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE :

I. Enrolled as Advocate ( Lawyer) vide Bihar State Bar Council Enrollment No.- 317 / 91, dated 05.02.1991.

II. Since the year 1991, regular practicing experience at the Bar with regard to independent case drafting, case argument and case handling at Patna High Court, Patna (India) under its extraordinary writ jurisdiction as well as appellate, revisional and miscellaneous jurisdictions.

III. Dealt with the cases relating to Constitutional Law Matters, Human Rights Matters, Service Law Matters, Labor Law Matters, Administrative Law Matters, Public Interest Litigation Matters, Criminal Law matters, Commercial Dispute Matters, Corporate Law Matters, Matrimonial Dispute Matters, Civil Dispute Matters, Commercial Law Matters, Banking Law Matters, Bank’s Loans Recovery Matters and other Miscellaneous Matters.

IV. Specialization in Constitutional Law (Writ Cases), Criminal Law and Corporate Law.

V. Practical experience of case drafting / case argument / case handling of various kinds of cases of various natures at different Civil and Criminal Courts and Tribunals of various kinds and at various levels in the States of Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa and West Bengal as well as in the Supreme Court of India at New Delhi.

13. KNOWN LANGUAGES: English, Hindi and Magahi.

14. BOOK WRITING: Author of Seven Books in English language and Four Books in Hindi language, namely –

I. Basic Principles of Dharma Justice and Democracy

II. Noble Qualities of Lawyers and Judges

III. Judiciary : Back-bone of Democracy

IV. History Maker (A Collection of Life Inspiring English Poems and Songs)

V. Great Constructive Revolution

VI. A Scientific Analysis of the Concept of Dharma, Religion, Caste, God, Rites and Rituals

VII. Philosophy of Life and Love

VIII. Itihas Rachayita (A Collection of Life Inspiring Hindi Poems and Songs)

IX. Rachanatmak Mahakranti (Hindi)

X. Dharma, Nyaya Evam Janatantra Ke Mool Siddhant (Hindi)

XI. Jeevan Darshan Aur Prem Darshan (Hindi).

15. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES:

I. Founder and National President of an NGO, namely-- “Rashtriya Nava Nirman Parishad” (A purely non-political non-governmental organization, registered in India under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 bearing Registration No.-283 / 1995-96).

II. Founder and Chairman of a Trust namely- “Krishna Foundation” (Registered No. 2385 - IV / 32), which is a purely non-political non-governmental organization dedicated to the service of humanity for establishment, enforcement, protection, encouragement and promotion of “Dharma, Justice, Democracy, Peace and Social Harmony” at all places in the entire world, for finding out amicable and sustainable solution of all kinds of individual, social, national and international problems, for all round sustainable development of individuals, society, state, nation and world community, for “Social and National Reconstruction” for a “Better India and Better World”.

III. Founder and National President of an All India Association of Lawyers, namely- “Dignified Lawyers Association of India”.

IV. Founder and National President of an All India Association of Brahmans, namely- “Dignified Brahman Association of India”.

V. Having organized, convened and participated in a large number of Meetings, Seminars, Symposiums and Conferences on various subjects of social, national and international importance.

VI. Noteworthy achievements in respect of Public Interest Litigation Matters as well as in respect of finding out amicable and sustainable solution of public problems.

16. PERSONAL FEATURES:

I. Pure vegetarian, total abstainer from alcoholic drinks, ambivert, smart, bold, daring, polite, loving and caring young man with noble qualities and multi-dimensional dynamic personality.

II. “Well read, well bred, well groomed, hard working, highly disciplined and highly cultured noble man with a smiling face expressing abundance of self-confidence and positive thinking coupled with multi-dimensional dynamic personality and leadership quality—this is the identity of a Good Lawyer”, which I have tried to establish and prove with my own personality. I have established and proved myself not only as a Good Lawyer but also as a good Jurist, Writer, Poet, Speaker, Orator, Social Scientist, Social Engineer and Social Worker.

III. Regular practice of “Yoga and Pranayam” for maintenance of physical fitness and stamina as well as for development of physical capacities and mental faculties.

IV. Having abandoned and become free from all of the “Ten Kinds of Manava Durguna” (Human Vices), namely- 1. Irshya (grudge), 2. Dwesha (malice), 3. Krodha (anger), 4. Lobha (greed), 5. Moha (delusion of mind), 6. Purwagrah (prejudice), 7. Pakshapat (bias), 8. Bhaya (fear), 9. Ghrina (hatred) and 10. Ahankar (empty pride).

V. Having developed and in possession of the “Twelve Kinds of Manava Sadguna” (Human Virtues), namely- 1. Dhairya (patience), 2. Dhriti (firmness of body and mind, firm determination, firm conviction and iron will), 3. Dama (self- restraint and self- discipline), 4. Daya (kindness), 5. Kshama (forgiveness), 6. Prema (love), 7. Paropakar (benevolence), 8. Vinamrata (courtesy decency in behavior), 9. Nirbhikata (fearlessness), 10. Sahas (courage, boldness), 11. Adhyawasaya (perseverance) and 12. Vishwa Bandhutwa (universal respect, love and affection for the people of all communities, states and countries of the entire world by treating them as one’s own family members, relatives and friends).

VI. Everywhere well known as “A man of principles with a sense of duty”, and also as “A noble man with golden heart and iron hand”.

VII. I do strongly believe that each and every person born on this Earth is in some way or the other greater and better than what I am, and in that way I can learn a lot from each and every person coming into my contact.

17. ORIGIN AND DESCENT:

I. The Founder’s family and ancestors are well known “Shakadwipiya Brahman” with “Pawaiyar Descent” and their Pur is also “Pawaiyar”. In ancient times the Founder’s ancestors were originally residents of Pawai (now a well known place in the district of Aurangabad in the state of Bihar in India), it is why they got the name of their descent as “Pawaiyar”.

II. Since time immemorial, the Founder’s ancestors have been well known physicians (Vaidya) and great medical experts of Ayurveda (Ancient Medical Science) and its Nadi Vigyan (Diagnostic Science) and Ras Chikitsa (scientifically prepared medicines of herbs and minerals through the process of atomization, having immediate and long lasting great and wonderful medicinal effect). They were brought to India from Shakadwip (some scholars determine the location of Shakadwip in Northern Europe and some scholars determine its location in Iran), as brought by “Lord Krishna” for the medical treatment of his son “Samb” suffering from leprosy, and after he was completely cured from leprosy, Lord Krishna himself got them settled in India by entrustment of small kingdom of Pawai to them.

III. By leaving the rest of the family members and relatives at Pawai, later on in 11th Century A.D. the Founder’s ancestors got themselves settled at Mokama (now a well known place in the district of Patna in the state of Bihar in India).

IV. Subsequently, in 17th Century A.D., the Founder’s ancestor Pundit Seth Chand Mishra was given the gift of a Jagir (Large Estate) at the place now known as Mustafapur (located at Cantt. Road, Khagaul near Danapur Railway Station in the district of Patna in the state of Bihar in India), which locality was named after Mustafa Khan (the then Nawab or King of Bihar, Bengal and Orissa), who had given the aforesaid gift of the aforesaid Estate to the Founder’s aforesaid ancestor after successful medical treatment of his seriously ill daughter lying on death bed, when all other physicians and medical experts of India had failed to cure her. She was diagnosed of her illness for her medical treatment by Founder’s aforesaid ancestor Pandit Seth Chand Mishra only by scientific reading of her pulse through a thread tied on her wrist (while she was sitting behind the curtain as being the Princess of Nawab family strictly following purdah system), whereafter she was administered Ayurvedic Medicines of Ras Chikitsa (scientifically prepared medicines of herbs and minerals through the process of atomization, having immediate and long lasting great and wonderful medicinal effect), and then she was completely cured of her illness within a week.

V. In recent past, Founder’s Great Grand Father, namely Late Pundit Hari Narain Sharma alias Hari Narain Mishra, his elder brother Late Pundit Ramavatar Sharma alias Ramavatar Mishra, and his nephew Late Pundit Priya Vrat Sharma (Principal of Patna Ayurvedic College, Patna and Former Director of Post Graduate Institute of Indian Medicine, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi and eminent writer and translator of a large number of world famous books on Ayurveda)) were well known Great Pillars of Ayurveda or Indian Medical Science of national and international fame in Founder’s family.

18. THE GREATEST SOURCE OF INSPIRATION: LATE PUNDIT HARI NARAIN SHARMA

I. Towering multi-dimensional dynamic personality of my own Great Grand Father, namely Late Pundit Hari Narain Sharma alias Hari Narain Mishra and his most idealistic life style, nature, character, behavior, work and achievements in personal and public life has been the greatest source of inspiration for me. He was a Great Social Reformer and Enlightened Spiritual Leader of Nineteenth-Twentieth Century A.D. (1872- 1962 A.D.) and Renowned Leader of “Arya Samaj” (Secretary of Sarvadeshik Arya Pratinidhi Sabha as well as Secretary of Bihar Arya Pratinidhi Sabha) and at the same time he was a veteran freedom fighter, excellent speaker and orator, great nationalist revolutionary leader, renowned physician, medical scientist, eminent educationist, great scholar of the Vedic Studies and translator and interpreter of the Four Vedas.

II. He was very closely associated with the great and noble persons of national and international fame like - Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Lala Lajpat Roy, Pundit Madan Mohan Malviya, Nardeo Shastri, Mangaldeo Shastri, J.B.Kripalani, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Baldeo Sahay etc. He received his higher education at Lahore (now in Pakistan) along with Lala Lajpat Roy, Nardeo Shastri, Mangaldeo Shastri, J.B.Kripalani etc.

III. In opposition to the well known concepts of “Capitalism” and “Communism”, he mooted the idea of “Ideal Socialism” in the form of “Vedic Socialism”. With the help and cooperation from his classmates, associates, colleagues and friends, he laid down foundation of “Ideal Socialism” in the year 1900 through the “Gurukul System of Education” which went a long way in promoting the cause of “Vedic Socialism”.

IV. He was the Founder of a large number of educational institutions, orphanages, widow care homes, medical aid centers etc. in different parts of the country, across the nation.

V. As a young leader of “Arya Samaj”, he played a leading role in establishment of Gurukul Kangari (Gurukul Kangari University) at Haridwar in the year 1900.

VI. Subsequently, in the year 1901 at his native place i.e., Main Cantt. Road, Mustafapur, Khagaul, Patna in the state of Bihar (India), he established a “Gurukul” in the name of “Veda Ratna Vidyalaya” on his personal land. For further expansion of the aforesaid “Gurukul”, he acquired the nearby plots of land by purchasing the same at three to four times higher rate than the prevailing market price or by exchange of plots of land by giving three to four times extra land in exchange to his own co-villagers. Later on, in the year 1915 it was given the form of a full fledged “Gurukul” (Ideal Residential Educational Institution), with its sprawling premises spread over an area of about Four Acres of prime land, with educational facilities up to “Shastri” (Graduation) and “Acharya” (Post Graduation) level. It was affiliated to Calcutta University and it was an ideal residential educational institution and a “Great Center of Vedic Studies” of national and international fame. At this prestigious educational institution, apart from others, hundreds of orphans and extremely poor students, irrespective of caste and religion, were used to be provided free of cost educational facilities up to graduation and post graduation level, along with free fooding, clothing and lodging facilities, strictly on the principle of equality. A matter of great pride indeed it is for this institution that produced scores of the most idealistic teachers, professors, doctors, engineers, orators, social workers and political leaders. This famous “Gurukul” of Mustafapur was later on shifted to Risia and finally to Satar near Deoghar where it has been functioning as “Gurukul Mahavidyalaya Baidyanathdham”. Subsequently, within the aforesaid old premises of the aforesaid Gurukul, he established “Veda Ratna Uchcha Vidyalaya” (Hindi – English Medium High School) and “D.A.V. Madhya Vidyalaya” (Hindi – English Medium Middle School) at Cantt. Road, Mustafapur, Khagaul, Patna in the State of Bihar (India).

VII. In the year 1916, on his own land he established two famous Ayurvedic Hospitals, each of which was housed in double storey puckka buildings constructed by him over an area of about 6,000 sqare feet, one of which was located in front of his ancestral house at “Cantt. Road, Mustafapur, Khagaul, Patna in the State of Bihar (India), in the north of his sprawling garden of mangoes and guavas spread over an area of about one acre of land, the other such Ayurvedic Hospital was located at the township of Punpun, Patna in the State of Bihar (India), where apart from others, thousands of extremely poor and helpless people, irrespective of caste and religion, were used to be provided free of cost medical aid facilities.

VIII. By his towering multi – dimensional dynamic personality, abundance of wide knowledge of various subjects, lots of income from medical profession, leadership qualities, oratory skills, powerful presentation of impressive speeches, and analytical scientific interpretation of the Vedas for the welfare of mankind, he influenced and inspired thousands and thousands of Sanatani Hindus, Mohammedans and Christians to join “Arya Samaj”. Due to his vibrant progressive ideas, he was vehemently opposed and outcasted by his own Brahman Community believing in untouchability, as he was allowing even Mohammedans and Christians to join “Arya Samaj”. But despite opposition, he always worked for, promoted and brought about social and religious reforms by fighting against casteism, communalism, practice of untouchability, child marriage etc.

IX. He was a Great Freedom Fighter associated with the then Garam Dal (Group of Freedom Fighters of Hot Temperament) during the National Struggle for Freedom. On instructions of Bal Gangadhar Tilak, he led Congress Jattha against Haiderabad Nizam against his cruelties, after failure of peaceful methods of protest. He bravely fought against the British Colonial Rule and against the atrocities on common masses. On various occasions he had to go to jail, due to his leading role in the National Struggle for Freedom. He also provided secret shelter to the leading revolutionary leader Chandra Shekhar Azad for over a month at the premises of his aforesaid famous Gurukul at Mustafapur, Khagaul, Patna. He was the Founder of the First Hindi News Paper of Bihar, namely – “Aryavarta”, which was used to be printed at Danapur near Patna, the ownership of which was later on transferred to Darbhanga Maharaja Sir Kameshwar Singh.

X. A large number of his students, disciples and products of the aforesaid “Gurukul” of Mustafapur, including Late Dr. Dukhan Ram (famous ophthalmologist / eye specialist of national and international fame and Former President of Arya Samaj / Bihar Arya Pratinidhi Sabha), Late Dr. Madhusudan Das (famous physician and Former Head of Department of Medicine, Patna Medical College and Hospital, Patna), Late Lakhan Lal Paul (famous social worker and Former President of All India Christian Association), Late Paras Nath (famous engineer), Late Ramakant Pandey (famous social worker and political leader of Buxar), Late Satya Vrat Sharma “Sujan” (former Director of Rajbhasha Vibhag / National Language Department of the Government of Bihar), Late Priya Vrat Sharma (former Principal of Patna Ayurvedic College and Hospital as well as Former Director of the Post Graduate Institute of Indian Medicine, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi and eminent writer and translator of a large number of world famous books on Ayurveda / Indian Medical Science), Late Krishna Ballabha Sahaya (Former Chief Minister of Bihar) etc. became the most idealistic teachers, professors, doctors, engineers, social workers and political leaders under his inspiration and patronizing effect, and they dedicated their life to the service of humanity for betterment of the lives of the people of all communities.

XI. He was everywhere well known as “A man of principles with a sense of duty”.

XII. Some of his activities and achievements are explained in the voluminous book of History entitled- “Comprehensive History of Bihar, Volume-III, Part-II Pages-29, 31, 34 etc.”, published by the “K. P. Jaiswal Research Institute of the Government of Bihar, Patna Museum Premises, Budha Marg, Patna – 800001 (India)”, and also in the preface to the book entitled- “Basic Principles of Dharma, Justice and Democracy”, published by “Krishna Foundation, Cantt. Road, Mustafapur, Khagaul, Patna- 801105 (India)”.

19. SIX GREAT MEN AND SIX GREAT WOMEN AS SOURCES OF INSPIRATION:

I. Late Pundit Veda Vrat Sharma (Grand Father), Former Principal of D.A.V. High School, Calcutta, Eminent Educationist and Journalist of national and international fame associated with English News Papers, namely- “The Hindu” and “The Times of India”. He was everywhere well known as “A man of principles with a sense of duty”; well known for his great achievements in personal and public life.

II. Late Prithvi Raj Kapoor (Grand Father’s Best Friend), eminent cultural activist, film actor and founder of the famous “Prithvi Theaters”; well known for his great achievements in personal and public life.

III. Late Pundit Priya Vrat Sharma (Grand Father’s younger brother / cousin), Forner Principal of Patna Ayurvedic College, Patna and Former Director of the Post Graduate Institute of Indian Medicine, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (U.P.), an eminent authority on Ayurveda and translator and writer of a large number of world famous books on Ayurveda or Indian Medical Science, including - Susruta Samhita - 3 Volumes, Charak Samhita: Text With English Translation - 4 Volumes, Dalhan and His Comments on Drugs, Namaruppajnanam, Chakratta of Chakrapanidatta (Sanskrit Text With English Translation), Susruta Samhita: With Englsh Translation of Text and Dalhana's Commentary Alongwith Critical Notes (In 3 Volumes), Chakradatta: A Treatise on Principles and Practices of Ayurvedic Medicine, Fruits and Vegetables in Ancient India, Indian Medicine in the Classical Age, Pushpayurvedah: Flowers in Health and Disease, Varga Chakra, Essentials of Ayurveda etc.; well known for his great achievements in personal and public life.

IV. Shri Braja Ballabha Sharma “Brajaraj” (Father), a Retired Officer of the Govt. of Bihar, well known for his boldness, courage, simplicity, honesty, dutifulness and discipline and everywhere he is well known as “A man of principles with a sense of duty”.

V. Prof. Dr. Uma Shankar Sharma “Rishi” (Guru Deva i.e. Ideal Teacher and Guide), Former Professor and Head of Sanskrit Department, Patna University, Patna ; an eminent Great Scholar of Sanskrit Language, Literature, Vedic Studies, Philosophy, Phonetics and Linguistics as well as of Prakrit, Pali, Magahi, Bengali, English, German and French languages; Translator and Writer of a large number of famous books in Sanskrit and Hindi languages including - Sarva Darshan Sangrah, Nirukta, Vaidiki Prakriya, Harishchandropakhyan, Rigveda Samhita, Mimansa Darshan, Sanskrit Vyakaran Me Karaktatwanushilan, Snatak Vaidik Vyakaran, Riksuktanikarah, Sanskrit Sahitya Ka Itihas etc.; well known for his most idealistic nature, character, behavior, life style and great achievements in personal and public life.

VI. Shri Swapan Kumar Mishra (Professional Guide, Advocate, Patna High Court), well known noble advocate with noble qualities and idealistic behavior.

VII. Late Smt. Kishori Devi @ Kishori Pathak (Father’s Eldest Sister), a house-wife, well known for her boldness, frankness, dutifulness and idealistic behavior.

VIII. Late Smt. Shakuntala Sharma (Mother), a house-wife, well known for her simplicity, nobility, ideal behavior and dutifulness.

IX. Prof. Dr. Usha Rani Singh (Teacher of Hindi literature), Former Professor of Hindi, Department of Hindi, College of Commerce, Patna; a well known personality in Hindi Literature; well known for her idealistic nature, character and behavior.

X. Late Smt. Jayanti Sharma (Wife, who died of Brain Cancer / Brain Tumor on 21. 08. 2001), well known for her boldness, courage, frankness and simplicity and also for her friendly, loving and caring nature.

XI. Dr. Poonam Sharma (Guru-Putri, younger daughter of Prof. Dr. Uma Shankar Sharma “Rishi”) a Lecturer of Philosophy; a well read, well bred, highly disciplined and highly cultured noble lady of substance.

XII. Ms. Sushmita Mishra (Professional Colleague, an Advocate practicing at Patna High Court, Patna), a well read, well bred, and highly disciplined noble lady of substance, well known for her boldness, courage, frankness and simplicity and also for her friendly, loving and caring nature.

--- from whom I have got GSP 3 i. e. Gyan (Knowledge), Shubhakamana (Well Wishing), Pyar (Love), Prerana (Inspiration) and Protsahan (Appreciation coupled with Encouragement).

20. PERSONAL DESIRE:

I. “Promotion of Dharma, Justice, Democracy, Peace and Social Harmony” (in their true sense and spirit) at all places in the entire world, for solution of all kinds of public problems, for social and national reconstruction for a Better India and Better World.

II. To become a “Living Source of Inspiration” for the people of the present and future coming new generations of the entire world for thousands and thousands of years.

21. PERSONAL INTERESTS & HOBBIES: In leisure hours behaving like “Naughty Krishna” for self-entertainment and to make people laugh. Interested in social work, reading and writing. In leisure hours also going to see films, musical programs, dance and drama.

22. COURT ADDRESS: North Western Table, Main Hall, Advocates Association, Patna High Court, Patna-800001 (India).

23. OFFICE ADDRESS: Flat No.- 1 / 1, Ground Floor, Rajdhani Apartments (Near A.N. College / Pataliputra Pani Tanki), Mahesh Nagar, Patna – 800024 (India).

24. RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Cantt. Road, Mustafapur, Khagaul, Patna — 801105 (India).

25. PHONE / MOBILE NO.: +91 - 9470415140 / 9934771469 / 0612- 2260307 (O) / 06115- 692069 (R )

26. E- MAIL ID: kbsharma1967@hotmail.com

27. WEBSITE: www.krishnafoundation.org.in