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About Shyamji Krishna Varma

1857
Shyamaji Krishna Varma was born October 4th, 1857 in Mandvi, a province in Kutch, Gujarat.
1870 to 1873
Had his Primary education in the village school at Mandvi and thereafter completed Secondary education in Bhuj near Mandvi.
1873
Secured admission in Wilson High School, Mumbai where he learnt Sanskrit
1875
Got married to Bhanumati
 
1877
Toured India to propagate the philosophy of Vedas and earned the title of “Pandit” from the pundits of Kashi
1878
Joined professor Monier Williams as his assistant
1879
Joined Balliol College, Oxford as assistant professor in Sanskrit
1881
Represented India at the Berlin Congress of Orientalists and read a paper on "Sanskrit as a Living Language of India"
1882
Passed his degree of B.A. from Balliol College
1883
Became a member of the Royal Asiatic Society
1884
Earned “Barrister-at-Law” from Oxford
1885 to 1895
Returned to India served as Diwan of Ratlam, practised as Lawyer at Ajmer and also became the Diwan of Ajmer. He was also appointed as the council member with Maharaja of Udaipur and later he served as the Diwan of Junagadh State
1897
Decided to support the war of Independence from outside India and left for England
1905
Published the first issue of "The Indian Sociologist" and founded "The Indian Home Rule Society". Officially declared open "India House" at 65, Cromwell Avenue, HighGate as a living accommodation for Indian students in England.
1906
Vir Savarkar arrived at “India House” in London on “Shivaji” fellowship
1907
Madam Cama unfurled the first flag of India at International Socialist Conference in Stuttgart, Germany. Due to increasing pressure from the British Government, Shyamji left Britain and arrived in Paris
1909
Was removed from member's list of Inner Temple and his degree of Barrister was taken back. The British Government sealed India House after Madanlal Dhingra was sentenced to “hang till death”. Publication of ‘The Indian Sociologist” was shifted to Paris
1911
Shyamji shifted to Paris
 
1914
Shifted to Geneva
 
1920
Opened publication of “The Indian Sociologist” after lapse of 6 years
1930
Breathed his last at a hospital in Geneva