Justice T.K. Tukol

Updated: 23.02.2011


Born: 05.05.1918, Gudur,Hungund Taluka,Bagalkot District,K
Passed away: 18.08.1983, Bangalore, India


Justice T.K. Tukol (May 5, 1918 - August 18, 198

was known for his scholarly work on Jainism, education and judiciary. He was a disciple of Sri Aurobindo and vice-chancellor of the Bangalore University. His contribution to judiciary and books on Jainism (Compendium of Jainism, Sallekhana is not suicide, Jain Achar (Kannada), Yoga, Meditation and Mysticism in Jainism, Translation of Samman Suttam (English) and various publications) are remarkable.

Tukol was born in Gudur village of Hungund Taluka, Bagalkot District. He was a student of Karnatak College, Dharwar and Fergusson College, Pune.


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