Monday, June 8, 2009

Bhupendranath Dutt



Bhupendranath Dutt
Bhupendranath Dutt was born in 1884 in Calcutta. He was brother of Swami Vivekananda (Narendranath ). He was widely read person but could not clear his BA examination. He edited Jugantar for sometime for which he was arrested for sedition and imprisoned for one year on July 24, 1907. He was released in June 1908 but he left India for USA afterwards. He was believed to be a dangerous leader of the revolution in Bengal by the contemporary administration of British Empire in India at Calcutta (Kolkata).




Source: Political Agitators in India, A Confidential Report, Available in Digitized form on Archives.org, contributed by Library, University of Toronto, Digitized for Microsoft Corporation by Internet Archive in 2007, provided by University of Toronto, accessed on June 8, 2009 and link at http://www.archive.org/details/politicalagitato00slsnuoft



Photograph Source: http://www.vivekananda.net/PPlHeKnew/Family/Bhupendranath.html
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