Adya Prasad Chaturvedi

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Adya Prasad Chaturvedi ‘Jai Gurudev’ (Template:Lang-hi) was an eminent writer of Hindi literature and a noted homeopath doctor in India.


Adya Prasad was born at Choubakpur, Ambedkar Nagar in Uttar Pradesh. His ancestors were Saryuparin Brahmins and commanded great respect. He completed his medical education from Bombay.

Marriage and Family

Dr Chaturvedi was married to Kalpana Chaturvedi who was daughter of a famous landlord in Jalalpur, Ram Narayan Mishra, also known as ‘Raadhi Mishr’. They together had two sons and two daughters. His eldest son is also a doctor. Former IAS officer Brij Bhushan Chaturvedi is son-in-law of his elder brother and hence related to him.


Dr Chaturvedi practiced medicine at various places like Atraulia, Barabanki, Jalalpur, Lucknow, Pilibhit, Rudauli, etc. Simultaneously he published articles in various newspapers and wrote books and translated the religious texts in Hindi.

Famous Literary Work

He translated many religious books from Sanskrit to Hindi and wrote many Hindi poems.[1]

Some of them are mentioned below:

  • Geeta Satsayi
  • Bikhre Moti


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