INSTITUTE AT A GLANCE

Making the sentence ‘Granth Prabhu’s Deity’ motto, the Vrindavan Research Institute has done a wide range of work on the historical, cultural and literary aspects of Braj culture over the last five decades, where On the one hand, it has paved the way for research scholars, while on the other hand, for the tourists coming to Brij, many parties who have been interviewed with Braj culture have made it easy for the convenience of the scholars.

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Main Gate

Museum

Museum

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Garden

Hathras Daramsala

Old institute (Srinarayan & Dharamshala)

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Museum

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Manuscript library

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Office

publication

Publishing department

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Publishing store

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Reference library

For the preservation of Braj culture and the literary wealth existing here, Vrindavan Research Institute in Vrindavan, Rasasthali of Shri Radhakrishna was established by Dr Ramdas Gupta on 24th November 1968 on the occasion of Bihar Panchami on Sunday, on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha in the month of Margashirsha, 2025. The Institute was inaugurated by the founder, Dr. Ramdas Gupta & the then Union Minister and scholar of Indian cultural philosophy, Dr. Karan Singh, at the Srinarayan Dharamshala, Loi Bazar, Vriandavan. Dr. Ramdas was a professor of Hindi at the Gupta School of Indian and African Studies University, London and was also a good poet. Initially, Dr. Ramdas Gupta gave impetus to this institution through his determination and limited resources.

Due to the sacred purpose and dedication, the institution gained fame and over the years. It started receiving grants from the Culture Departments of the Government of India and the Government of Uttar Pradesh. During the period in 1985, the Institute was transferred in its new building at the present site in Ramanerti. The institute, which is exempted under Section 80-G of the Income Tax Act, is also receiving the support of the benevolent noblemen.

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Reprography

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Seminar hall

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inside INSTITUTE
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Publication store

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Protection department

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Museum office

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