From Diffidence to Reliance: Journey of a Colonial Intellectual, 1839-94
One Of The Most Outstanding Consequences Of The British Rule In India Was The Creation Of Native Intelligentsia. Sambhu Chandra Mookerjee Epitomised Such An Intellectual Of The 19Th Century Bengal.
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