বিদ্যাসাগর [সংস্করণ-৩] | Vidyasagar [Ed. 3]

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THE SEA IS DRY From THE STATESMAN dated 30th July, 1881.FOLLOWING closely on the death of Raja Rajendralala Mitra comes the news that another of the foremost men of Bengal has gone over tothe majority. The venerable Pundit Iswar Chandra Vidyasagar, so well known as the leader of the widow marriage movement in Bengal, is dead, and by his death the cause of Indian social reform has lost one of its most ardent advocates. It is how some years since the larned pundit retired into private life to pass his declining years more as a student than a public man, but at one time he was the most active social reformer in Bengal and to the last his influence in that direction was felt and was always sought, His retirement from public life was due, he used to say, to his loss of faith in the moral courage and earnestness of his educated countrymen ; and yet with this sense of discouragement of him he still remained true to his convictions in spite of much ungenerous mis-judgment and at times even persecution, for there have been few of his countrymen who have more earnestly striven to make their example accord with their precepts.*যুগে যুগে বিদ্যাসাগর চরিত-কথা নানাভাবে প্রচারিত হয়েছে। বিহারীলালের “বিদ্যাসাগর” এমন একটি কালজয়ী গ্রদ্ধ হিসাবে পরিচিত। প্রায় ate বছর পরে এটির পুনপ্রচার হল:১৪ মন্মথ দত্ত রোড ) সনৎকুমার গুপ্ত কলকাতা ৩৭ ১



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