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K. M. Chatterjea and his Times

1920

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The first is to put in a compendious form the social and political history of that period ; the secoRd is to show the extent of the progress the country has since made and the third is to show whether there has been a development or retrogression in the character in our countrymen and in the idea of the State. [...] IN the confusion of races and ideas the people are apt to overlook the paramount problem of heredity whiCh vitally affects the !ife of a race as well as the career of the individuals composing the race. [...] In the life-time of Ram.[ 8 Mohun Roy at a momentous period of his life when he resembled great Ajax in fighting the superstitious fancies of the dgenerate Hindus and like Roland with the sword Durandal was making a breach in the rock of the false and contmacious arguments of the missionaries and after the manner of his great progenitor Sandilya was laying down the charter of fredom o [...] by the beneficent wind to ancient Greece and Rome—scarcely had the last rites been performed than the maligmmt spiri-t of jeaousy and family feud—the bane of the decadent Easterns----caught his brother Rama Pershad in its grip and caused the disruption of the family ; the times were changed ; the Stuarts usurped the throne. [...] It engulfs in the greatest distress and misery the Hindus and the Mahommedans whose foolish parents under the colour of zeal for promoting the happiness of their children leave what they possess in life to the children jointly and become after death the cause of the dissolution wretchedness and poverty of the family.

Title Pages Author/Editor
Frontmatter i-xi Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter I 1-23 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter II 23-33 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter III 34-52 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter IV 53-62 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter V 63-75 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter VI 76-105 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter VII 105-132 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter VIII 133-140 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter IX 141-145 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter X 146-152 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter XI 152-158 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter XII 158-163 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter XIII 163-170 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter XIV 171-180 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter XV 181-184 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter XVI 185-191 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter XVII 191-195 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter XVIII 195-201 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter XIX 201-206 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter XX 206-212 Nolini Chaterjee

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Chapter XXI 213-213 Nolini Chaterjee

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“Sincerity Better than Grace.” 214-218 Nolini Chaterjee

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Prelude i-v Nolini Chaterjee

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Patanjali’s Prescription vi-xiii Nolini Chaterjee

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The Boer War and its Moral xiv-xix Nolini Chaterjee

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Prelude xx-xxi Nolini Chaterjee

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Kapila or Antidote Against War and Anarchy xxii-xxxiv Nolini Chaterjee

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Index i-vii Nolini Chaterjee

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Pages
286
SARF Document ID
sarf.146412

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