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Mukunda Sharan Upadhyaya (Nepali: मुकुन्द शरण उपाध्याय) is a Nepali Poet and Linguist. He was born in Hemja, Near Pokhara on April 17, 1940 AD.


He is best known for his book Prakrit Pokhara (प्राकृत पोखरा) which won Madan Puraskar on 1964 AD (2021 BS). He is the author of numerous Nepali & Sanskrit books and has made important contribution to Nepali & Sanskrit language, therefore a recognized literary figure by both Nepal & India Government.

The story "Jhagada Ko Okhati" by the author is renowned and has been incorporated into the school curriculum of Bangladesh in a translated version.

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Early life

Upadhyaya was born on 17 April 1940 in Pokhara, the son of Pandit Dasharath Upadhyaya and Keshar Kumari Upadhyaya. Upadhyaya attended Shri Nimbarka Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya Vrindavan, India. He graduated with a Masters of Arts from Tribhuvan University.


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