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Subject: Akshay Chandra Sarkar, Hindu Mahila Vidyalaya, Jagadananda Roy, Sitanath Tattwabhushan, Bratachari movement
Collection: 1861 Births, 1907 Deaths, Bengali People, Bengali Writers, Converts to Roman Catholicism from Hinduism, Founders of Roman Catholic Religious Communities, Indian Christian Theologians, Indian Civil Rights Activists, Indian Independence Activists, Indian People Who Died in Prison Custody, Indian Religious Leaders, Indian Roman Catholics, Indian Theologians, People Associated with Santiniketan, People Associated with the Bengal Renaissance, Prisoners Who Died in Indian Detention, Religious Conversion in India, Scottish Church College, Calcutta Alumni, University of Calcutta Alumni, Vidyasagar College Alumni
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Brahmabandhav Upadhyay

Brahmabandhav Upadhyay (born Bhavani Charan Banerjee) (1 February 1861 – 27 October 1907) was an Indian freedom fighter, journalist, theologian, and mystic.


He was born in Khanyan, a small village in the district

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