A portrait of Acharya
|Born||1814 (1871 B.S.)|
Chundi Ramgha, Ghasikuwa, Tanahun District, Nepal
|Died||1868 (aged 53–54) (1925 B.S.)|
Setighat, Tanahun District
|Occupation||Poet, Translator, Writer|
Bhanubhakta Acharya was a poet, translator and writer in Nepali Literature. He is given the title of Adikavi in Nepali Literature, which means The First-ever Poet. The great epic Ramayana was translated by him for the first time from Sanskrit to Khas language.
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Statue of Bhanubhakta Acharya at darjeeling
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- Ācārya, Naranātha; Śivarāja Ācārya; Sāmbkslo thiyoarāja Ācārya & Jayaraj Acharya (1979). Ādikavi Bhānubhakta Ācāryako saccā jı̄vanacarittra. Tanuṅa: Naranātha Ācārya. OCLC 10023122.
- Adikabi Bhanubhakta Acharya. Kathmandu: Boss Nepal. Retrieved 2019-02-22. Invalid
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