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Bande Mataram (publication)

Bande Mataram
The 29 September 1907 front page of the weekly edition of Bande Mataram
Type Weekly newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Political alignment Nationalist
Language English


The Bande Mataram was an English language newspaper founded in 1905 by Bipin Chandra Pal and later edited by Sri Aurobindo. It was first published on 6 August 1906.

References

  • The Making of India: A Historical Survey, by Ranbir Vohra.2000. M.E. Sharpe.ISBN 0765607115.p 111
  • A History of Indian Literature in English, by Arvind Krishna Mehrotra.2003. C. Hurst & Co. Publishers. ISBN 1-85065-680-0.p 118
  • The Essential Aurobindo, by Robert A. McDermott. 1988. SteinerBooks. ISBN 0-940262-22-3. p43
  • The Hour of God: Selections From His Writings, by Manoj Das.1995 Sahitya Akademi.ISBN 8172018886.p v

External links

  • materials in the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA)Bande Mataram


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