Samacara candrika (1877/1878)

Samacara candrika (1877/1878)

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Abstract

This newspaper of conservative Hindu opinion was descended from its predecessor Sambad Kaumudi. After a row between Babanicaran and other members of Kaumudi on religious issues, Babanicaran established a printing press of his own at Kalutola and started Candrika as a weekly from 5 March 1822. The antagonism between Kaumudi and Candrika lasted for a long time. Candrika, however, increased its circulation rapidly and turned to a bi-weekly from 1829 and finally into a daily. This news paper continued for a long period and recorded and criticised the most important steps on social reform in Bengal.

Document type: Periodical
Date: 1877
Language: Bengali
Version: Secondary publication
Date Deposited: 17 May 2011
Faculties / Institutes: Research Organisations / Academies > Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta
DDC-classification: General serials and their indexes
Controlled Subjects: Bengali, Gesellschaft, Politik, Geschichte 1877-1878, Zeitschrift
Uncontrolled Keywords: Bengali , Gesellschaft , Politik , Geschichte 1877-1878 , Zeitschrift, Bengali , Society , Politics , History 1877-1878
Subject (classification): Sociology
Politics
Countries/Regions: India
Series: Journals - Bengali and Assamese > Samacara candrika
Volume: 1877/78