मगध विश्वविद्यालय (Magadh University)

मगध विश्वविद्यालय को बिहार का सबसे बड़ा विश्वविद्यालय होने का सम्मान प्राप्त है, इसके 19 घटक और लगभग 39 संबद्ध कॉलेज, 1 इंजीनियरिंग कॉलेज, 2 लॉ कॉलेज और 2 डेंटल कॉलेज गया, नवादा, जहानाबाद, अरवल जिलों में फैले हुए हैं। और औरंगाबाद। ज्ञान का यह शांत केंद्र बोध-गया के आसपास भूमि के विशाल क्षेत्र में स्थित है, जो भगवान बुद्ध के ज्ञानोदय का पवित्र स्थान है। यह फलों और फूलों के पेड़ों और पौधों की प्राकृतिक सुंदरता के साथ चमकता है, विश्वविद्यालय परिसर की भूमि की चांदी की चादर से जड़ी उद्यान और उद्यान। प्रकृति यहां बड़ी इमारतों, स्टेडियम, पक्की और कंक्रीट की सड़कों, और जमीन के नंगे टुकड़ों के साथ बिल्कुल विपरीत है जो कार्यालयों को चलाने के लिए आवश्यक हैं, विभिन्न स्नातकोत्तर विभागों में शैक्षणिक गतिविधियों को सक्रिय करने के लिए, खेल और खेल की सुविधा के लिए सुचारू आवाजाही में मदद करने के लिए, कर्मचारियों और मेहमानों को आवास प्रदान करने के लिए और परिसर में बुनियादी ढांचे के वांछनीय आगे बढ़ाने के लिए हाथ उधार देना। मगध विश्वविद्यालय की स्थापना 1 मार्च, 1962 को मगध क्षेत्र के बुद्धिजीवियों और शिक्षाविदों की हार्दिक इच्छाओं और प्रयासों के परिणामस्वरूप हुई थी और इसकी नींव भी मगध के लोगों के लंबे समय से पोषित सपने को हकीकत में बदलने की प्रतिध्वनि थी।

Hello friends I am Magadha University. Riding on the ever-moving vehicle of Kalachakra, I am feeling “Raso Vaisah” in my Yasha physique, which is being recited by the explosion of Hiranyagarbha, from the sound of Pranava sounded in Adirag Bhairav ​​to the updated Pragya Prabha. The first hymn of the Rigveda, the first book of the world literature, the composition of the first hymn “Agnimeele Purohitam“, the vibrations of the Madhushrava verses; Atri, Chyavana, Bhrigu, Kashyapa, Kapila, Lomash, Durvasa, Shringi, Prabhriti, Arsha. Past of Traditions and Originating Traditions of the Past; Yuga. Bodh, of Present Reality and Yugbodh of Present Reality; I have inherited the future of the golden aura and the golden aura of the future. At this meeting point, the saints of Siddhashram get the feeling of ‘Ritambhara Prajna’. That place is called the navel center of the earth. That is Vajrasana.

Yes, the same Bodhi tree of Vajrasana and Uruvela is the starting point of the spiritual practitioners‘ penance and Tathagata’s modesty-samadhi-wisdom-compassion. The Ashtadhyayi of Maharishi Panini and the creation of Maharishi Patanjali become the land. He creates the spiritual brilliance of austerity in Dharmaranya. The aroma of Sujata’s kheer; The Gyanshikha of Chanakya, Banabhatta and Aryabhatta and the origin of human love of Makhdoom Sahib and Pir Mansoor is the same. Rajarshis like Satyendranarayan Sinha, Devarshis like Shatanand Giri and Brahmarshis like Surya Prakash Narayan Puri, when the Rashi Bhoot form of the penance of a Brahmarshi gets into the rhythm of music in the soul, the same person takes the pledge to establish a Gurukul by becoming a Tarana. I am the use of this resolution.

The silence of music and the music of silence began to vibrate in my conscience. As a newborn baby, I was born on March 01, 1962. Moments of contemplation inspired me as to why the leaders of my naming ceremony named me “Magadha University“. From Nirukta, Nighantu, and Shabdkalpadrum to Samhita, Upanishad, Brahmana, Aranyaka, Education, Kalpa, Grammar, Chhand, Jyotish, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Darshan, Jain Agama, Tripitaka, Bible, Quran, Hadith, Guru Granth with Sahab in the pages of Vachaspatyam On a peep,

Meaning of Magadh University

it was known from the etymological method that ‘Mag‘ means way, path, path and sun. And ‘Dha’ is the epithet of Brahma, Kubera, goodness, goodness. ‘Dha’ means wealth. Thus ‘Magadha$ach’ or ‘Mag$dha$ak’ led to my linguistic creation.
In Dasakumarcharitam, Dandi said ‘Magdheshu Pushpapuri Naam Nagari‘ and Kalidasa declared in Raghuvansham – “Agadha Sattvo Magadhah Pratishtha“. ‘Dha’ also has a meaning to show. That is, the one who does the work of showing the path is ‘Magadha‘. Again another curiosity started sprouting – which way? route to where? path for whom? Annex Chatushty woke up again shaking and questioned the subject, purpose, relationship and officer. Administratively, the capital of Magadha was Girivraja (Rajgriha) where after Tathagata’s Mahaparinirvana, five hundred arhats headed by his chief disciple Mahakashyapa wrote the Buddha Vammaya (Tripitaka-Vinaya Pitaka, Sutta Pitaka and Dhamma Pitaka) in Pali language, which The first Buddhist council is called. Later, after being transferred from Rajgriha, Pataliputra became the capital from a diplomatic point of view. But in the 6th century BC, due to being the knowledge land of Vajrasana Tathagata, located south of Gaya city, Uruvela became popular by the name of ‘Bodh Gaya‘. Under whose shade Tathagata’s conscience was transformed, it got the name of Bodhi tree.
The ‘Keekat‘ (city of the Vratyas) of prehistoric times, the land of the non-Aryans; ‘Brahmaganga’ of the Vedic period; ‘Brahmapuri’ of the Ramayana period; ‘Magadha’ and ‘Gayapuri’ of the Mahabharata period; ‘Amravati’ and ‘Devanagari’ of Shrimad Bhagwat; ‘Alamgirpur’ of the Mughal era, Bihar district of the Sultan’s period and ‘Indar Gaya‘ and ‘Sahabganj’ of the British Sultanate on October 3,
In 1865 Gaya became the district which remained the center of the administrative headquarters but from educational and spiritual point of view
Bodh-Gaya retained its identity.
Taking a peek into its historical background, Gurukul, Guru Ashram, Siddhashram, Shramana, Buddhist Vihara, Math, Maktab, Madrasa, School, University (Takshashiksha, Nalanda, Udantpuri and Tiladhak), Gurupinda etc.
My first generation as the University of Calcutta (Calcutta) in 1857; Patna University in 1912 The second generation of the university started in 1952 as the Bihar University in the third generation womb. of Shukdev Like, after a long time, I appeared in the visible world. Construction of the cradle for me, the then Education Minister and former Chief Minister of Bihar Satyendra Narayan Sinha. Mahant Shatanand Giri of Bodh Gaya Math and Budhauli
Mahant Dr. Surya Prakash Narayan Puri provided the sports land with a spontaneous spirit. Wonder where the Mahabharata The pride of one character is – “Suchyagrana na dasyami bina Yudden Keshav!” (O Keshav! I cannot give even a needle’s point of land without war) While 300 acres (Bodhgaya) and 230 acres (Budhauli) land for my residence. Not only this, Gopal Krishna Mahajan became the fourth Ritvik of Saraswat Sadhana, who filled my knowledge-base by providing 16000 books and 500 rare manuscripts of his Mannulal library. In this context it is important to note That Mannulal library was inaugurated by Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya in Murarpur locality of Gaya on 11th February, It was done on the eve of 1911.

Today, the background of my birth chart and its creation is emerging on my mind. I remember that on 15th November, 1861, there was a need to start higher education in the state.

The first official notification took place. Under this, on January 9, 1863, the district school of Patna was upgraded as Patna Collegiate. McKrindle became its first principal and only 5 students had enrolled in the first session. The state took its first step in higher education by starting graduate education in 1865-66. However, in those days Bihar, Bengal and Orissa were all one province. Bihar came into existence as an independent state in 1912 and Orissa in 1936. Tejnarayan Jubilee College was established in Bhagalpur in 1867 which was later converted as TVMNVB College. and in sequence in 1889 jvmnvm College, Patna ; Arvmdivm and Dvmjvm College, Munger in 1897; Langat Singh (Jivambivmbivm) College in 1899,
Muzaffarpur; The Law College, Patna came into existence in 1909. All these educational institutions are from Calcutta University were operated.

In 1912, Patna was cut from Bengal along with Bihar province and Oriss University was formed. Nevertheless, for five years the examinations continued to be conducted from the University of Calcutta. In 1917, Patna Science College was established on 1st October and at the same time, Patna University was given full autonomy.

Mr. Jeevm Jeevm Jenning became the first Vice Chancellor of Patna University. Along with this, Nalanda College, Bihar Sharif in 1920 and Ranchi College, Ranchi in 1926 got recognition up to Inter level. Again on March 1, 1936, the Patna University Act was amended and in 1938-39, Chandradhari Mithila College, Darbhanga and Rajendra College, Chapra; Patna Women’s College was established in 1940 and HVMDV Jain College, Arrah in 1942. In 1944, the then Principal H.M.R.B. Batheja, underlining the academic quality of Patna College, called it the “Oxford of Bihar“.

Gaya College, Gaya was established on February 8, 1944, which was inaugurated by the lotus work of Sachchidanand Sinha, the father of the Constituent Assembly. Simultaneously, on 02 June 1944, SV Sinha College, Aurangabad was established. In those days, there were only 14 colleges for students and 02 women’s colleges in the state.

Bihar University Muzaffarpur was established on 2 January 1952, Bhagalpur and Ranchi University was established in 1960 and Magadh University was established on 1 March 1962. I was overjoyed. The first Vice-Chancellor of our Gurukul was Professor Kali Kinkar Dutt, the eminent historian of Patna University, for the study and teaching in Murarpur, Gaya.

The credit of being the first Registrar Keshav Prasad Sinha and the first incorporated college goes to Gaya College, which I adopted on April 16, 1962 and adopted it. A few days later, in April, HMDV Jain College, Arrah was adopted. Naturally I used to be a little depressed as I didn’t have my own building. Initially, postgraduate studies started being conducted in History, English, Economics, Mathematics, Hindi and Philosophy.

Now came the day of Samavartan ceremony. A grand stage was constructed in the South Sports Complex of Gaya College under the direction of Vice Chancellor Dr. Kali Kinkar Dutt, Registrar Professor Keshav Prasad Sinha and Principal of Gaya College, Professor Rameshwar Prasad. The first Samavartan ceremony was held on 19th January, 1963, in which Chief Justice of Supreme Court BVMPV Singh was the chief guest and Governor of Bihar State Mr. Ananthasayanam Iyengar, the Chancellor of the Universities presided.

The following year, on 20 August 1964, the then President Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan laid the foundation stone of the University Headquarters in Bodh Gaya courtyard, which is also to the credit of Education Minister Satyendra Narayan Sinha. And over a period of time, post-graduate studies in other subjects were started and at the same time, Samvartan celebrations were held on the stage of Gaya College till they went to their new building. The last Samavartan ceremony was held on this platform on 15th December, 1967 in which the Vice Chancellor of Vishwa Bharati Shantiniketan Kalidas Bhattacharya was the chief guest and Nityanand Kanungo, Governor cum. The Chancellor, Bihar presided. I moved to the present campus of Bodh Gaya on 15th December 1969 during the tenure of the then Vice Chancellor Professor Vishwamohan Kumar Sinha. The construction of the administrative building and library was not completed in those days. Therefore, the chamber of the head of the Department of Botany used to be the Vice-Chancellor’s office and in front of it the Mannulal Central Library on the upper floor of the Department of Mathematics. Senior advocate Ramavallabh Prasad Singh, treasurer and Dr. Vijay Kumar Singh, used to be a member of the senior council and council. Shiv Prakash Lal became the Finance Officer and Awadhesh Kumar Singh became the Controller of Examinations. New departments, new buildings, new hostels, health centers, guest houses were built and my happiness knew no bounds. But after marking the territory of Shahabad district, my long courtyard was shortened with the establishment of Patliputra University on 22nd October, 1992 along with Veer Kunwar Singh University and Patna Nalanda district colleges on 18th March, 2024. Patliputra University was established. I stared silently with open eyes. In 1962 itself, the University’s motto ‘Amritam Tu Vidya’ was adopted and ‘Monogram’ was made. In 1994, “Magadh University Gurukul ki Pride” was adopted as the song and in 2010 the golden colored “Kul.Dhwaj” was adopted. After the arrival of the new courtyard, the number of departments did increase, but the volume kept on shrinking. Presently there are 19 affiliated, one subsidized minority, 40 affiliated and 44 teacher training colleges.

There are 40 subsidized minorities, 40 affiliated and 44 teacher training colleges. There are about 12 self-financed departments, which have been reconstituted ‘Central Board of Management’ to operate in a commercial and socially useful manner. For proper operation, regular meetings of the affiliation committee, academic council, examination committee, finance committee, council and council and appropriate decisions regulate the academic, financial and administrative quality. There is no such center of higher education in North India where such number of foreign students are studying. My students are making my name proud in medicine, administration, management, politics, business, engineering, social service. The students of NVMSIV and NVMSV have been rewarded many times at the hands of the President for their participation and efficient performance in the Republic Day parade. He has also participated abroad. In 1981, for the first time, the All India History Session was held in my courtyard. I have got the credit of organizing the first cultural festival ‘Tarang’ (2008) in the state of Bihar in which the then President Hon’ble Pratibha Devi Singh Patil has lit up my holy premises with her presence. 64th All India English Teachers Conference was organized by the Department of English in my own campus in its 80 years history under the aegis of Association for English Studies of India on 6-8 February, 2024. I got the credit for organizing its first in the state. This time the cultural festival of 2024 ‘Tarang’ is proposed to be organized in the month of November-December. My students have also contributed immensely in sports and performing arts. My Student Dom Ehtesham Hasnain, Former Vice Chancellor, Central
University, Hyderabad; Dr. Rabindra Nath Srivastava, Acharya of English and Ancient Indian and Asian Studies
K Acharya Dom Sachchidananda Sahai has been awarded the Padma Shri award. Every year the teachers of my Gurukul country and abroad
I present my research paper and get rewarded.
I want to put an end to my development journey with the words of the Upanishads-