ABOUT THE COLLEGE

Sidheshwari Laxminath Sanskrit College, Gajahara, a with finance affiliated unit of KSDS University, Darbhanga, was established in 26 January 1967 by Late Dr. Shri Krishna Mishra, Former H.O.D of English Dept. of LNMU, Darbhanga, First President of G.B. and the son of late Mahamahopadhyaya Jaydev Mishra with the donation of his widow sister Sidheshwari Devi and the local public. Late Krishnakant Mishra and Late Devkrishna Mishra played vital roles to manage the landed property for the establishment of the college. After 1984, the college was effected by negative different factors. In the meantime, Late Dr. Jaykant Mishra, Former Prof. and H.O.D of English Dept. of Allahabad University came to manage this college like Lord Krishna. He devoted himself to this college. He had many difficult struggles. He devoted his rest life pension and declared donor in 1996. The college got permanent affiliation and development. In this period, Dr. Dayakant Jha, principal, did vital role with him like Arjun. Society will always remain grateful to him. Now, the college is a unique centre of tradition Sanskrit Literature, Vyakaran, Jyotish and Dharmashastra. Now college is accredited by NAAC with 1.95 CGPA since Sept. 2014.

It is situated beside the Indo-Nepal Border in the rural area, 35 km far from the district headquarter Madhubani, 5 km from Khutauna Railway Station. It has a big campus with a built up area 7500 sq. ft. in remote rural and backward area of Bihar. It has several buildings like administrative, library, computer cell, modern Jyotish laboratory, canteen, teaching block, cycle shed, electricification and purified drinking water, along with a separate girls’ hostel.