This paper by Anirudh Naveen is a preliminary attempt at examining the artistic re-awakening that emerged through the artists and philosophers in early twentieth-century Bengal.
One of the manifestations of Assertive Hindu nationalism was Bharat Sevashram Sangha (BSS) – a spiritual brotherhood of Hindu monks and volunteer workers founded in 1917 by Acharya Srimat Swami Pranavananda Maharaj.
This episode was the proposal of United Bengal in 1947. The proposal of territories of East and West Bengal together in Union as a sovereign nation and independent of India
The Bengali Hindu represents the five millennia-old glorious connection of Bengal with the world’s oldest civilization.
Raghava Krishna interviews Ratul Chakraborty, the author of the upcoming new book ‘Sutradhar’.
The town of Nabadwip is located on the western shore of the Hugli-Bhagirathi River, a distributary of the Ganges, approximately 130 kilometres north of Kolkata. From the 15th to the…