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Kulapati K. M. Munshi founded Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan in 1938 with the blessings of Mahatma Gandhi. The Bhavan was established around the time when freedom was not in doubt; the question was how soon. With freedom round the corner, people were concerned about the New India that would emerge soon. Munshiji not only dreamed of a resurgent India he also felt the need to work towards it. This resulted in the founding of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. The Bhavan has its roots firmly embedded in the Indian soil but its spreading branches reach out to encompass the best of the modern world in the fields of science, technology, economics and management. The Bhavan is a unique institution where Sanskrit classes are found side-by-side with engineering colleges; Gita classes function along with the institute of management; traditional teaching of fine arts as well as the teaching of modern science, arts and commerce is found in its schools and colleges. The Bhavan reaches out to the world through its value-based publications members over 1800 under the banner, Bhavan's Book University. This includes the publication of its fortnightly journal, Bhavan's Journal, and other periodicals.

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