Featured: M. H. Krishna Page 5 of 5
41)Krishna, M. H.: ‘The Vidyashankara Temple, Sringeri’
42)Krishna, M. H.: ‘Burials in Mysore State’
43)Krishna, M. H.: ‘The Brahmagiri Site’
44)Krishna, M. H.: ‘The Mahamastabisheka of Gommateshwara at Shravanabelagola’
45)Krishna, M. H.: ‘The History of Sri Vijayanarayana temple at Belur
He married in early 1924, Rajamma, who sadly passed away after giving birth to a boy and a girl. Krishna remarried in 1933 - Smt. Jayamma. The couple had four children. He was a devout follower of the Ramakrishna Mission. He shared a keen interest in and was adept at the art of Wrestling. In fact, he was coordinator of Maharaja College Gym for nearly a decade. A strict vegetarian, he was known for his simplicity and humility. He was remembered by his peers and students as “Panche-Professor”! He would 14 – 16 hours a day, literally burning the midnight oil.
Dr M. H. Krishna had been suffering from elevated blood pressure and diabetes for quite some time. He finally succumbed to a heart attack on 23 of December, 1947 at Mysore.
19 August, 1892
23 December, 1947
University of Mysore
History, Archaeology, Indology, Numismatics, Epigraphy
Maharaja College, Mysore
Dept. of Archaeology, Mysore State.
'Epigraphia Carnatica' (ed.)
Discovery of Halmidi Inscription
Discovery of city of Isila
Several Travel Guides
Discovery of Shivaji's father's tomb