Born in Tbilisi. Writer, teacher, leader and activist.
Attends the local Nersisian school and the Kevorkian college of Echmiadzin. Studies at the Universities of Moscow, Lozane and Sorbonne.
Teaches in the schools of Gaghzuan, Akoulis, Shoushi, Alexantrpole and Beirut. He was the editor of Horizon paper in Tbilisi. Member of the ARF bureau. Leader of reserve Volunteer Group, with the fighting forces leaves for the battlefront, enters Van, Tbilisi. Member of independent Armenian Legislature, Minister of lighting. Director of land disbursement and usage in Sharoor.
With Aghpalian's efforts, in 1920, Armenian Republic's first state University is opened in Alexantrpole. In 1920 commands the operations to control the Bolshevik revolts in Gars.
After the Sovietization of Armenia he is imprisoned. Gets free during the February revolts, moves to Tavriz, Iran.
One of the founders of the Hamazkayin club and the Jemaran (college) in Beirut. Author of many volumes of books about literal science. ARF ideological speaker.
Dies in Beirut.