Dr. Gulab Kothari is a celebrated journalist, sensitive writer, poet, thinker, exponent of Vedvijnana and a researcher. All his writings aim at transforming the individual and society and creating social excellence. His eminently known treatise Manas, which runs in thirteen volumes and has been translated into eleven Indian languages as well as into English, fathoms the infinite depths of human psyche, the pathos of man’s isolation and provides us deep insights into human nature.
He did his PhD in newspaper management from IOU, The Netherlands, in 1995. Continuing his quest for knowledge, Dr Kothari did his DLitt from the same university in 2002. Impressed by the quality of research evinced in his PhD thesis (1995), Universidad Central de Nicaragua and Universidad Azteca Mexico also awarded the PhD degree to him in 2012 under IOU’s dual degree programme.
He has been honoured with Bharatiya Jnanpith Moortidevi award for his masterpiece: Main hi Radha Main hi Krishna. He is also chairman of Vedic Peeth (Institute of VedVigyan Studies and Research, Jaipur).
He is the Editor-in-Chief of Rajasthan Patrika, a national Hindi daily.