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Keshub Chunder Sen was a Brahmo Samaj reformer. He visited Britain for six months in During this trip, Sen toured Britain to deliver sermons and met with a variety of political leaders, including W. E. Gladstone. Sen met Queen Victoria, who later presented him with two books. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : Sen, Keshub Chunder ioned: TZ ble: Keshub Chunder Sen in England. By Keshub Chunder Sen. Abstract. Addresses and sermons delivered by Kesavachandra Sena in England in At head of title: The Brahmo of access: Internet Topics: Brahma-samaj. Author: Keshub Chunder Sen. Keshub Chunder Sen was a Brahmo Samaj reformer. He visited Britain for six months in During this trip, Sen toured Britain to deliver sermons and met with a variety of political leaders, including W. E. Gladstone. Sen met Queen Victoria, who later presented him with two books. On a visit to Bristol. Sen stayed at the house of Mary Carpenter.
Keshab Chunder Sen, Hindu philosopher and social reformer who attempted to incorporate Christian theology within the framework of Hindu thought. Although not of the Brahman class (varna), Sen’s family was prominent in Calcutta (Kolkata), and he was well educated. At age 19 he joined the Brahmo. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Keshub Chunder Sen's lectures in India by Sen, Keshab Chandra, Publication date Topics Brahma-samaj Publisher London Cassell Collection robarts; torontoPages: Author: Keshub Chunder Sen: Publisher: Calcutta: Writers Workshop ; Glastonbury, Conn.: Sole agents in U.S., Indus Inc., Edition/Format: Print book: English. instrumentality mainly Keshub- Chunder Sen and his great Theistic movement in India have been introduced to the literary notice of the English public, has here- been employed, chiefly we imagine for the benefit of the great Hiudoo missionary's native followers, in preparing a tolerably _ complete record of his English visit, and all the more important receptions and addresses by which it was signa.
KESHUB CHUNDER SEN (Keshava Chandra Sena) (–), Indian religious reformer, was born of a high-caste family at Calcutta in He was educated at one of the Calcutta colleges, where he became proficient in English literature and history. Explore books by Keshub Chunder Sen with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Keshub Chandra Sen spoke on England’s Duties to India at London on 24th May The meeting was presided over by Lord Lawrence, Governor-General and Viceroy of India (). Among those on the platform were Pollard Urquhart, MP, J. Howard, MP, nd, former MP, Dr. Underhill and Sir Syed Ahmed. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sen, Keshub Chunder, Keshub Chunder Sen's English visit. London, Strahan, (OCoLC)