Narayan Jagannath Vaidya

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Narayan Jagannath Vaidya was the first deputy inspector of Sindh (currently in Pakistan). At the time, it was part of the Bombay Presidency. He was the brother of Lakshman Jagannath Vaidya. He belonged to the CKP community of Maharashtra.The Narayan Jagannath High School in Pakistan is named after him.[1][2][3][4]

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  1. ^ Professor Dr.Mrudula Verma; Professor Dr.Sarjerao Bhamare; Professor Shripad Nandedkar; Dr.Mokashi (RK Taleja College) (2015). Sanshodhak. Historian V.K.Rajwade Research center(mandal), Dhule, India. p. 1-14. quote on page 1; Not much information is available about the early life of Narayan Jagannatha Vaidya. Narayan Jagannatha Vaidya belonged to the Chandraseniya Kayastha Prabhu(CKP) community of Maharashtra. His brother was the Diwan of Baroda state
  2. ^ The Bombay University Calendar, Volume 2. University of Bombay. 1925. p. 582. Paper for the foundation of a Scholarship to be called " The Dewan Bahadur Lakshman Jagannath Vaidya Scholarship " and to be awarded to a Candidate of the Kayastha Prabhu community who passes the Matriculation Examination with the highest number..
  3. ^ The Bombay University Calendar, Volume 1. p. 490. LAKSHMAN. JAGANNATH. VAIDYA. SCHOLARSHIP. The Secretary to the Kayastha Prabhu Educational Fund, Baroda, in a letter dated 2nd February 1887, offered to the University a sum of Rs. 5,000 in Government 4 per cent. Paper for the foundation of a Scholarship to be called " The Dewan Bahadur Lakshman Jagannath Vaidya Scholarship " and to be awarded to a Candidate of the Kayastha Prabhu community who passes the Matriculation Examination with the highest number
  4. ^ J.D.Ranadive (1978). Shri Narayan Jagannatha Vaidya in Amrut. p. 123-125.