| सत्यमोहन जोशी|
| Nepali, Nepal Bhasa|
Durbar High School
Satyamohan Joshi (born 1920; Nepali: सत्यमोहन जोशी) is a Nepali writer and scholar. Joshi is famous for his research on the history and culture of Nepal. He is now working as the chancellor of Nepal Bhasa Academy.
Satyamohan was born in 1920 to Shankar Raj and Rajkumari Joshi, in Lalitpur district of Nepal. Having learnt his alphabets at home, he later enrolled at Durbar High School in Kathmandu. He completed his bachelor's degree at Trichandra College. Joshi became the first director of the Archaeological and Cultural Department in 1959, and immediately established the Rastriya Naachghar – National Theatre in Kathmandu, Archeological Garden in Patan, Archeological Museum in Taulihawa and the National Painting Museum in Bhaktapur. After King Mahendra's coup in 1960, Joshi flew to China where he began to teach Nepali at the Peking Broadcasting Institute. During his stay in China, he carried out research on Arniko, a sculptor of the Malla dynasty who migrated to China in early 1260 AD. He set up the Araniko White Dagoba Gallery in Kirtipur, Kathmandu, using historical artifacts related to Arniko. He has more than 60 publications in various fields. His notable publications are Haamro Lok Sanskriti(Madan Puraskar in 1956); Nepali Rastriya Mudra (Madan Puraskar of 1960); KARNALIKO LOK SASKRITI (a research collection); CHARUMATI, SUN KESHARI, MAHIPA: LAKHE, BAGH BHAIRAB (dramas)Haamro Lok Sanskriti
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