Shriman Narayan

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Shriman Narayan
Governor of Gujarat
In office
26 December 1967 – 16 March 1973
Personal details
Born 1912
Nationality Indian
Residence Gujarat, India

Shriman Narayan (1912 - 1978[1]) was ex-governor of the Indian state of Gujarat.[2] He was a great supporter of the philosophies of Mahatma Gandhi.

Shriman Narayan Agarwal was also an author and wrote books on Gandhian economic concepts. His book 'The Gandhian Plan for Economic Development of India[3]' was published in 1944 and was also endorsed by M. K. Gandhi.

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  1. ^ "Governors of Gujarat". worldstatesmen. 
  2. ^ "Shriman Narayan". Rajbhavan Gujarat (Govt. of Gujarat). Retrieved 16 May 2012. 
  3. ^ "The Gandhian Plan for Economics Development of India". Edupil Q&A website.