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Suniti Devi and the Social Reform Movenment of 19th Century Bengal

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Author: Ushasi Banerjee Independent Scholar Department of History University of Calcutta College Square,Kolkata,West Bengal,India Email: ushasi2000@gmail.com Abstract:: Keshab Chandra Sen, an eminent personality of 19th century Bengal, played an instrumental role in the social reform movement. But the marriage of his minor daughter, Suniti Devi to the Maharaja of...

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Running through the Ages: Postal Service in Colonial India and the ‘Runners’, an Intimate Engagement

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Author: Chiranjib Das Research Scholar Department of History Visva-Bharati Santiniketan,Birbhum,West Bengal Email: daschiru81@gmail.com Abstract:: From the very beginning of the Post Office of India or, better to say from its inception there was the term; ‘runner’ deeply associated with the sector of service. In India, one might have examples of sending letters from...

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