K.M. Munshi was born into the world on 30 December 1887 in the town of Broach in Gujarat, and taught in Vadodara (Baroda), were he dominated in scholastics. One of his instructors at Baroda College was Sri Aurobindo Ghosh who had a significant impact on him. Munshi was additionally incredibly affected by Mahatma Gandhi, Sardar Patel, Bhulabhai Desai, and Mohammed Ali Jinnah.
From 1912 – 13, He partook in the different exercises of the Social Reform related with the Independence of India Home Rule Movement, Bordoli Satyagraha, Salt Satyagraha, Quit India Movement, and so on
After the Independence of India, Munshi was related with the impromptu Flag Committee that chose the banner of India in August 1947, and on the board which drafted the Constitution of India under the chairmanship of B.R. Ambedkar.
Being a productive essayist and a faithful writer, Munshi began a Gujarati month to month called Bhargava. He was joint-proofreader of Young India and in 1954, began the Bhavan’s Journal which is distributed by the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan right up ’til today. Munshi was President of the Sanskrit Viswa Parisad, the Gujarati Sahitya Parishat, and the Hindi Sahitya Sammelan.
Aside from establishing Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Munshi was instrumental in the foundation of Bhavan’s College, Hansraj Morarji Public School, Rajhans Vidyalaya, Rajhans Balvatika and Panchgani Hindu School (1924).
Other than being a government official and instructor, Munshi was additionally a preservationist. He started the Van Mahotsav in 1950, when he was Union Minister of Food and Agriculture, to build zone under woodland cover. From that point forward Van Mahotsav seven days in length celebration of tree ranch is coordinated each year in the period of July the whole way across the country and lakhs of trees are planted.
The establishing of Bhavan depended on the conservation and proliferation of Bharatiya Sanskriti (Indian Culture) and Sanskrit, the mother of dialects, the akshaya patra – the boundless repository.