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Keshub Chunder Sen - Builders of Modern India ( An Old and Rare Book )

Keshub Chunder Sen - Builders of Modern India ( An Old and Rare Book )

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Item Code: NAU672
Author: Arun Kumar Mukherjee
Publisher: Publications Division, Government of India
Language: English
Edition: 1992
Pages: 100
Cover: PAPERBACK
Other Details: 8.00 X 6.00 inch
Weight 160 gm
About the Book

THE MAIN PURPOSE of this series is to record the chronicle of struggles and achievements of eminent men and women of India, who have spearheaded our freedom movement and national renaissance. Designed in the form of biographies, these handy volumes, written by knowledgeable people, outline a brief account of the life and contribution of the eminent leaders of this country. These volumes are meant to be constant source of inspiration for the present generation as well as for posterity. These are not intended either to be comprehensive study or to replace the more elaborate biographies.

Except in a few cases, such authoritative biographies have not been available. Besides, it has not been possible to publish them in a chronological order as the work of writing these volumes are entrusted to a cross-section of people. This Division aims to bring out biographies of all the eminent national personalities within a short period. Widest possible coverage of the great men and women of India under this series is the objective.

Preface

KESHAB CHANDRA SEN alias Keshub Chunder Sen (1838-1884) is known all over the world as one of the greatest religious leaders of the nineteenth century. He was also a national hero and a maker of modern India. In his obituary notice Max Mueller wrote, "India has lost her greatest son". A small attempt has been made in the following pages to portray Keshub Chunder Sen as one of the makers of modern India.

This volume on Keshub Chunder Sen in the series "Builders of Modern India’, has been written at the request of the Publications Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcast- ing, Government of India, and I am grateful to them. I would also like to put on record my sense of gratitude to late Satikumar Chatterji (1900-1984), Secretary, Navavidhan Publication Committee, Calcutta, who readily supplied all the books and journals.

**Contents and Sample Pages**






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