Chidananda Murthy obtained his Bachelor of Arts (honours) degree in 1953 from Mysore University. He obtained his Master of Arts degree in Kannada Literature in 1957, also from Mysore University. During his postgraduate studies he produced his influential essay Pampa kavi mattu maulya prasara. In Mysore University, he came under the influence of Kannada literary figures like Kuvempu, PuTeeNa and Raghavachar. Another literary stalward TeeNamShri guided Murthy in doctoral research on Kannada inscriptions. His doctoral thesis was titled A cultural study of Kannada inscriptions. He obtained his PhD degree from Bangalore University in 1964.
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