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Rammohun Roy a pilgrim"s progress : intellectual strands and premises in Rammohun Roy"s pursuit of reason, God, and common sense in early modern India by Milinda Banerjee

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Published by Centre for Archaeological Studies & Training in Kolkata .
Written in English


  • Rammohun Roy, -- Raja, -- 1772?-1833,
  • Brāhmasamāja (India) -- Biography,
  • Scholars -- India -- Biography,
  • Intellectuals -- India -- Biography,
  • Social reformers -- India -- Biography,
  • India -- Intellectual life -- 18th century

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Articles on the life and work of Raja Rammohun Roy, 1772?-1833, intellectual, scholar, social reformer, and Brāhmasamāja founder from India.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 123-128).

StatementMilinda Banerjee ; with a foreword by Barun De.
LC ClassificationsDS475.2.R18.xA6-.xZ (DSVII)+
The Physical Object
Pagination128 p. :
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23981824M
ISBN 109788190562317
LC Control Number2009305592

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