Tattwabodhini Sabha and the Bengal renaissance
On the role of the Tattwabodhini Sabha (a religiophilosophical organization of the Brahmo Samaj, Hindu reform movement) and its organ Tattwabodhini patrika in the 19th century Bengali.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Tattwabodhini Sava and Tattwabodhini
1765 Saka1777 Saka 18431855 1530
1778 Saka1786 Saka 18561864
5 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
accept according activities Akshay Kumar associated attain become belief BENGAL RENAISSANCE Brahman Brahmo Samaj Chandra conception conscious contemporaries created creation customs depend desire Devendranath divine duties endeavours enforced widowhood enlightened established eternal evil existence external objects external world faith freedom happiness Hindu College Hindu Society Hinduism human mind human soul Ibid ideals ideas India infallible Infinite influence intellect intuition Iswar Chandra Vidyasagar Kaliyuga knowledge Kulins laws marriage mental faculties moral sense nation nature necessary opinion orthodox Paramatman passions perform person pointed polygamy powers practice prayers prevalent principles Rajnarain Ramgopal Ghosh Rammohun realise reason regarded religion religious revealed rites Saka Sanskrit satisfy Sava scepticism scriptures sensations shastras shastric social reform sought spiritual progress superstitions Tattwabodhini Patrika theism theological thought tion true truth universe Upanishads usages Vedanta Vedas vernacular Vidyasagar welfare western widow widow-marriage women worship yearning Young Bengal Yuga