History of Development
Acharya Vishva Bandhu Shastri continued the work of Swamis Vishveshvaranand and Nityanand who had published word indices to the four Vedic Samhitas in 1908-1910, leading the Vishveshvaranand Institute from 1924 until his death in 1973.
After the partition of India, the institute moved to its present premises at Sadhu Ashram, Hoshiarpur, Punjab (Republic of India). Most of the c. 6000 Sanskrit manuscripts, formerly located at the Dayanand College of Lahore, were clandestinely brought to Hoshiarpur at the time. Since 1965, the institute has been incorporated in the Panjab University, Chandigarh as the Vishveshvaranand Institute of Sanskrit and Indological Studies (VISIS).
Based on the Vedic Word Concordance, the institute currently compiles a Dictionary of Vedic Interpretation, of which the first volume, running up to the lemma Agni, has been completed.
Read more about this topic: A Vedic Word Concordance
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