3 edition of Bengal, Past & Present: Journal of the Calcutta Historical Society. found in the catalog.
1907 by The Society .
Written in English
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From a photograph by Messrs. Bourne and Shepherd, Calcutta. The monument here shown is a replica in white marble of the brick-built monument which Holwell erected to mark the common grave of his fellow-sufferers in the Black Hole prison.
The replica, erected by Lord Curzon inand by him presented to the city as a personal gift, is slightly taller than the original, to be in keeping with. Ghiretta House was at Gourhati, (French spelled it Ghiretti,) a little south of Chandernagor The ruins of the Ghiretti house,the lavish Palace of the French Governor was photographed by ger and published in Bengal Past & Present, Journal of Calcutta Historical Socity.
Get this from a library. Bengal, past & present: journal of the Calcutta Historical Society. [Calcutta Historical Society.;]. Past and Present has a long history of publishing books and collections of essays reflective of the broad themes and ethos of the journal itself.
Transcending chronological and geographical boundaries, the purpose of the series is to publish high-quality, cutting-edge work that has an appeal outside the specialist area of the author. Political History. While the Nawabs of Bengal nominally remained subjects of the Mughal Emperors, from Bengal was practically independent.
Their territory covered the Mughal provinces of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa; the capital was Murshidabad. Past & Present: Journal of the Calcutta Historical Society. IA Journal of the Asiatic. A. Khan, The Transition in Bengal, 12, noted that Robert Clive, founder of the so-called ‘double government’, was one of the most forthright British critics of the duplicity and degeneracy of Indian Muslims.
W.K. Firminger, Historical Introduction to the Bengal Portion of the Fifth Report (, repr. Calcutta, ), xciv, by: 9. Missionaries in Colonial History. UoM Custom Book Centre, Bengal (India) Indigo of the Indigo Commission, Publication Bureau, University of North Bengal, Bengal: Past and Present.
The Society, Print. Betteridge, Alan. Deep Roots, Living Branches: A History of Baptists in the English Western Midlands. Firminger, W. K., ‘Selections from the Note Books of Justice John Hyde’, Bengal Past and Present, 3 (), pp.
27– Firminger, W. (ed.), ‘Historical Introduction to the Bengal Portion of the Fifth Report’, The Fifth Report from the Select Committee of the House of Commons on the Affairs of the East India Company, 28 July, Author: Robert Travers.
Bengal Hurkaru began as a weekly paper, moving to daily publication on Ap Bengal Hurkaru: Issues from,World Digital Library, a project of the U.S.
Library of Congress. Bengal, Past and Present, Journal of the Calcutta Historical Society. It first provides a sociological interpretation of the origin and development of Islam in Bengal using historical and literary works on Bengal.
The main contribution is based on two sample surveys conducted by Mrs. Banu in 20 villages of Bangladesh and in three areas in the metropolitan Dhaka city. The Calcutta Historical Society was a learned society of Indian history founded in It published a journal Bengal, Past & Present, of which Walter K.
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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, e. The Asiatic Society was founded by civil servant Sir William Jones on 15 January in a meeting presided over by Robert Chambers, Justice of the Supreme Court of Judicature at Fort William at the Fort William in Calcutta, then capital of the British Raj, to enhance and further the cause of Oriental research.
At the time of its foundation, this Society was named as "Asiatick Society".Location: 1 Park Street, Kolkata –West Bengal. ―Policy Making and Planning for Women‘s Development in India ( to )‖ Bengal Past and Present, Journal of Calcutta Historical Society, Vol.
Yearp.p. 1 to 24 9. ―Dvaravati Vishnu of Thailand and Its cultural paradigms‖ in Kalakalpa, IGNCA Journal of Arts, Vol. 1. The website should contain full transcriptions of the entries in the book.
The British Library shelfmark is OIR Bengal Past and Present: Bengal Past and Present (Calcutta Historical Society, -) A quarterly journal devoted to the historical research of places and British personalities who lived or worked in Bengal. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal36 (): 1–73; 42 (): – Thompson, W.
Final Report on the Survey and Settlement Operations in the District of Noakhali, – Calcutta: Bengal Secretariat Book Depot, Bengal Past and Present 70 (): 23– Qanungo, Suniti Bhushan. “Chittagong during the Afghan Rule, –”. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Banglad no.
2 (): 54– Rahim, Muhammad Abdur. “Chittagong under the Pathan Rule in Bengal”. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Ben no. 1 (): 21– Walter Kelly Firminger (28 September - ) was archdeacon of Calcutta and a historian of India who was the first editor of Bengal, Past & Present, the journal of Calcutta Historical Society.
He was a fellow of the Royal Geographical : Walter Kelly Firminger, 28 SeptemberEdmonton, Middlesex. Calcutta Exhibition, official Hand Book and Guide – Narendra Nath Laha – Subarnabanik, Katha O Kirthi.
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1. BOOK ON INDIA HOUSE - LONDON. 2. Cole, Henry Hardy, The Architecture of Ancient Delhi: Especially the buildings around the Kutb Minar, (The Arundel Society, London, ) 3. H.M. Elliot and John Dowson, History of India as told by its own Historians, vols.I-VIII (London, ) Bibliographical index to the historians of Muhammedan India, Inside the church, William Twining's memorial, with its easily recognisable Asclepian motif, is one of the many that contribute to its sense of the past.
Dr. Twining, a medical veteran of the Peninsular War and Waterloo, came to Calcutta in as surgeon to Commander-in-Chief Sir Edward Paget, and joined the Bengal Medical Department a year.