A Nineteenth-century writer and religious physique, he’s known for such literary functions as The Epic of Saint Sabbas and Objections of Nikanor Grujic. He released an autobiography in 1907. He analyzed in the Serbian Orthodox Seminary. His delivery name was Milutin Grujic; he used the name Nikanor after acquiring his monastic vows. He was created in Lippo to Agripina Kosic and Reverend Prokopije Grujic and experienced a sibling, Dragutin, who also joined the priesthood. He, like George Cosbuc, was an Eastern Western poet and writer.