|Date of Birth||December 12, 1810|
|Place of Birth||Hungary|
Nikanor Grujic was born on December 12, 1810 in Hungary. He died on Apr 26, 1887 (age 76). His literary works include The Epic of Saint Sabbas and Objections of Nikanor Grujic, both of which were published in the nineteenth century. He was also a religious figure at the time. In 1907, he wrote and published an autobiography.
He attended the Serbian Orthodox Seminary for his education. His birth name was Milutin Grujic, but after assuming his monastic vows he changed it to Nikanor. His birth name was Milutin Grujic. He had a brother named Dragutin who also went on to become a priest, and he was born in Lippo to a mother named Agripina Kosic and a father named Reverend Prokopije Grujic.