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Pandit Kaviraj Nara Nath Acharya (Nepali:पण्डित कविराज नरनाथ आचार्य) (1906–1988) was the author of the Authentic (True) Biography of Bhanubhakta Acharya (1814–1868), first published in 1960. The second edition of the book was published in 1979. He elaborated Bhanubhakta's works by publishing many of the poet's work for the first time and threw some new lights in the poet's life. He had published the historical facsimile of Bhanubhakta's letters for the first time. He was a grand nephew of Bhanubhakta Acharya. He was a Pandit (Sanskrit Scholar) and a Kaviraj (Ayurvedic physician) by profession.

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  • Pandit Kaviraj Nara Nath Acharya (Nepali:पण्डित कविराज नरनाथ आचार्य) (1906–1988) was the author of the Authentic (True) Biography of Bhanubhakta Acharya (1814–1868), first published in 1960. The second edition of the book was published in 1979. He elaborated Bhanubhakta's works by publishing many of the poet's work for the first time and threw some new lights in the poet's life. He had published the historical facsimile of Bhanubhakta's letters for the first time. He was a grand nephew of Bhanubhakta Acharya. He was a Pandit (Sanskrit Scholar) and a Kaviraj (Ayurvedic physician) by profession.
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  • Pandit Kaviraj Nara Nath Acharya (Nepali:पण्डित कविराज नरनाथ आचार्य) (1906–1988) was the author of the Authentic (True) Biography of Bhanubhakta Acharya (1814–1868), first published in 1960. The second edition of the book was published in 1979. He elaborated Bhanubhakta's works by publishing many of the poet's work for the first time and threw some new lights in the poet's life. He had published the historical facsimile of Bhanubhakta's letters for the first time. He was a grand nephew of Bhanubhakta Acharya. He was a Pandit (Sanskrit Scholar) and a Kaviraj (Ayurvedic physician) by profession.
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